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The effects of early physiotherapy on biochemical parameters in major burn patients: A burn center's experience.

Tytuł :
The effects of early physiotherapy on biochemical parameters in major burn patients: A burn center's experience.
Autorzy :
Çınar, Murat Ali
Bayramlar, Kezban
Erkılıç, Ahmet
Güneş, Ali
Yakut, Yavuz
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Temat :
TREATMENT for burns & scalds
BIOCHEMISTRY
THERAPEUTIC use of breathing exercises
BURN care units
C-reactive protein
CLINICAL trials
EXERCISE
FIBRONECTINS
HOSPITAL care
JOINTS (Anatomy)
PHYSICAL therapy
TRANSFERRIN
BURN patients
ALBUMINS
DESCRIPTIVE statistics
EARLY ambulation (Rehabilitation)
Alternatywny tytuł :
Majör yanıklı hastalarda erken dönem fizyoterapinin biyokimyasal parametreler üzerine etkisi: Bir yanık merkezi deneyimi. (Turkish)
Źródło :
Turkish Journal of Trauma & Emergency Surgery / Ulusal Travma ve Acil Cerrahi Dergisi; Sep2019, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p461-466, 6p
Abstract (English) :
BACKGROUND: This study sets out to investigate the effects of early physiotherapy on biochemical parameters in major burn patients. METHODS: Ten women (50%) and 10 men (50%) aged 21-47 years old were included in this study. Participants were divided into two groups: the first group was the treatment group and the second group was the control group. In the treatment group, patients were admitted to the physiotherapy programme from the first day they have been hospitalised, in addition to their routine treatment (e.g. medical, surgery), for four days per week. The physiotherapy programme consisted of parameters, such as early mobilisation and ambulatory training, chest physiotherapy, and both active and passive normal joint movement exercises. The days of treatment were determined as of Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Patients could not be treated on a Monday because that was surgery day. The control group consisted of patients who could not receive physiotherapy due to various reasons. All patients included in this study were evaluated weekly for six weeks after admission to the hospital. Parameters, such as demographic information, characteristics of burn injury, C-reactive protein, fibronectin, transferrin and prealbumin, were evaluated. RESULTS: When the results obtained in this study were considered, there was a significant difference in favour of the treatment group for all biochemical parameters (p<0.05). From the second week, a significant increase was observed in prealbumin values in the treatment group (p<0.05). A significant increase was observed in fibronectin after the fourth week (p<0.05). CONCLUSION: We believe that early physiotherapy should be included in the treatment in major burns. Early physiotherapy may reduce the effects of hypermetabolic response after major burns. There is a need for multi-centered and broader studies. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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