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Se describirán libros, artículos, guías e información de interés para profesionales y pacientes.

Postdischarge symptoms and rehabilitation needs in survivors of COVID-19 infection: A cross-sectional evaluation

 J Med Virol. 2021 Feb;93(2):1013-1022. Stephen J Halpin , Claire McIvor , Gemma Whyatt, Anastasia Adams , Olivia Harvey , Lyndsay McLean , Christopher Walshaw , Steven Kemp , Joanna Corrado , Rajinder Singh , Tamsin Collins , Rory J O’Connor, Manoj Sivan Abstract Background: There is currently very limited information on the nature and prevalence of post-COVID-19 symptoms after hospital discharge. Methods: A purposive sample of 100 survivors discharged from a large University hospital ...

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Multidisciplinary, exercise-based oncology rehabilitation programs improve patient outcomes but their effects on healthcare service-level outcomes remain uncertain: a systematic review

Amy MDennett, MitchellSarkies, NoraShields, Casey LPeiris, CylieWilliams, Nicholas FTaylor Journal of Physiotherapy Available online 24 December 2020 Abstract Question What is the effect of multidisciplinary, exercise-based, group oncology rehabilitation programs on healthcare service outcomes and patient-level outcomes, including quality of life and physical and psychosocial function? Design Systematic review with meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. ...

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NEUROLOGIA, REVISTA OFICIAL DE LA SEN

Se ha publicado oficialmente la última edición del informe Journal Citation Reports (JCR)  con el factor de impacto de 2019 de las publicaciones científicas. Neurología, la revista oficial de la SEN que desde 1986 que publica contribuciones científicas en el campo de la Neurología clínica y experimental, ha tenido un ...

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Occupational stress and burnout among physiotherapists: a cross-sectional survey in Cadiz

Human Resources for Health volume 18, Article number: 91 (2020)  Ines Carmona-Barrientos, Francisco J. Gala-León, Mercedes Lupiani-Giménez, Alberto Cruz-Barrientos, David Lucena-Anton, Jose A. Moral-Munoz Background Occupational stress is considered an ongoing epidemic. An inadequate response to a stressful situation can trigger burnout syndrome. In this way, the assistant services (health and teaching) often reach higher levels of burnout. The present ...

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Physical Therapy as the First Point of Care to Treat Low Back Pain: An Instrumental Variables Approach to Estimate Impact on Opioid Prescription, Health Care Utilization, and Costs

Health Serv Res. 2018 Dec; 53(6): 4629–4646. Bianca K.Frogner, Kenneth Harwood, C Holly, A Andrilla, M Schwartz, JM Pines Objective To compare differences in opioid prescription, health care utilization, and costs among patients with low back pain (LBP) who saw a physical therapist (PT) at the first point of care, ...

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Bobath therapy is inferior to task-specific training and not superior to other interventions in improving lower limb activities after stroke: a systematic review

Journal of Physiotherapy Volume 66, Issue 4, October 2020, Pages 225-235 KatharineScrivener; SimoneDorsch; AnnieMcCluskey; KarlSchurr; Petra LGraham; ZhengCao; RobertaShepherd; SarahTyson Abstract Question In adults with stroke, does Bobath therapy improve lower limb activity performance, strength or co-ordination when compared with no intervention or another intervention? Design Systematic review of randomised trials with meta-analyses. Participants Adults after stroke. Intervention ...

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PAPEL DE LOS FISIOTERAPEUTAS FRENTE AL COVID-19

La Confederación Internacional de Fisioterapeutas está elaborando una serie de documentos centrados en la respuesta mundial de la fisioterapia al COVID-19. El último informe publicado ha sido: “El impacto del COVID-19 en los sistemas de salud frágiles y comunidades vulnerables y el papel de los fisioterapeutas en las tareas de ...

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The Short Physical Performance Battery

Journal of Physiotherapy Volume 64, Issue 1, January 2018, Page 61 DanielTreacy; LeanneHassett The Short Physical Performance Battery (SPPB) test is designed to measure functional status and physical performance. It was first described in 1994.1 It is a composite measure assessing walking speed, standing balance, and sit-to-stand performance. It has primarily been used ...

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