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Effect of early supervised progressive resistance training compared to unsupervised home-based exercise after fast-track total hip replacement applied to patients with preoperative functional limitations: A single-blinded randomised controlled trial

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Effect of early supervised progressive resistance training compared to unsupervised home-based exercise after fast-track total hip replacement applied to patients with preoperative functional limitations : A single-blinded randomised controlled trial. / Mikkelsen, L R; Mechlenburg, I; Søballe, K; Jørgensen, L B; Mikkelsen, S; Bandholm, Thomas Quaade; Petersen, A K.

I: Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, Bind 22, Nr. 12, 12.2014, s. 2051-8.

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Mikkelsen, LR, Mechlenburg, I, Søballe, K, Jørgensen, LB, Mikkelsen, S, Bandholm, TQ & Petersen, AK 2014, 'Effect of early supervised progressive resistance training compared to unsupervised home-based exercise after fast-track total hip replacement applied to patients with preoperative functional limitations: A single-blinded randomised controlled trial', Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, bind 22, nr. 12, s. 2051-8. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joca.2014.09.025

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Mikkelsen, L. R., Mechlenburg, I., Søballe, K., Jørgensen, L. B., Mikkelsen, S., Bandholm, T. Q., & Petersen, A. K. (2014). Effect of early supervised progressive resistance training compared to unsupervised home-based exercise after fast-track total hip replacement applied to patients with preoperative functional limitations: A single-blinded randomised controlled trial. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 22(12), 2051-8. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joca.2014.09.025

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Mikkelsen LR, Mechlenburg I, Søballe K, Jørgensen LB, Mikkelsen S, Bandholm TQ o.a. Effect of early supervised progressive resistance training compared to unsupervised home-based exercise after fast-track total hip replacement applied to patients with preoperative functional limitations: A single-blinded randomised controlled trial. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage. 2014 dec;22(12):2051-8. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joca.2014.09.025

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Mikkelsen, L R ; Mechlenburg, I ; Søballe, K ; Jørgensen, L B ; Mikkelsen, S ; Bandholm, Thomas Quaade ; Petersen, A K. / Effect of early supervised progressive resistance training compared to unsupervised home-based exercise after fast-track total hip replacement applied to patients with preoperative functional limitations : A single-blinded randomised controlled trial. I: Osteoarthritis and Cartilage. 2014 ; Bind 22, Nr. 12. s. 2051-8.

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title = "Effect of early supervised progressive resistance training compared to unsupervised home-based exercise after fast-track total hip replacement applied to patients with preoperative functional limitations: A single-blinded randomised controlled trial",
abstract = "OBJECTIVE: To examine if 2 weekly sessions of supervised progressive resistance training (PRT) in combination with 5 weekly sessions of unsupervised home-based exercise is more effective than 7 weekly sessions of unsupervised home-based exercise in improving leg-extension power of the operated leg 10 weeks after total hip replacement (THR) in patients with lower pre-operative function.METHOD: A total of 73 patients scheduled for THR were randomised (1:1) to intervention group (IG, home based exercise 5 days/week and PRT 2 days/week) or control group (CG, home based exercise 7 days/week). The primary endpoint was change in leg extension power at 10 week follow up. Secondary outcomes were isometric hip muscle strength, sit-to-stand test, stair climb test, 20 m walking speed and patient-reported outcome (HOOS).RESULTS: Sixty-two completed the trial (85%). Leg extension power increased from baseline to the 10 week follow up in both groups; mean [95% CI] IG: 0.29 [0.13; 0.45] and CG: 0.26 [0.10; 0.42] W/kg, with no between-group difference (primary outcome) (P = 0.79). Maximal walking speed (P = 0.008) and stair climb performance (P = 0.04) improved more in the IG compared to CG, no other between-group differences existed.CONCLUSIONS: In this trial, supervised PRT twice a week in addition to 5 weekly sessions of unsupervised exercise for 10 weeks was not superior to 7 weekly sessions of unsupervised home-based exercise for 10 weeks in improving the primary outcome, leg-extension power of the operated leg, at the primary endpoint 10 weeks after surgery in THR patients with lower pre-operative function.TRIAL REGISTRATION: NCT01214954.",
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TY - JOUR

T1 - Effect of early supervised progressive resistance training compared to unsupervised home-based exercise after fast-track total hip replacement applied to patients with preoperative functional limitations

T2 - A single-blinded randomised controlled trial

AU - Mikkelsen, L R

AU - Mechlenburg, I

AU - Søballe, K

AU - Jørgensen, L B

AU - Mikkelsen, S

AU - Bandholm, Thomas Quaade

AU - Petersen, A K

N1 - Copyright © 2014 Osteoarthritis Research Society International. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

PY - 2014/12

Y1 - 2014/12

N2 - OBJECTIVE: To examine if 2 weekly sessions of supervised progressive resistance training (PRT) in combination with 5 weekly sessions of unsupervised home-based exercise is more effective than 7 weekly sessions of unsupervised home-based exercise in improving leg-extension power of the operated leg 10 weeks after total hip replacement (THR) in patients with lower pre-operative function.METHOD: A total of 73 patients scheduled for THR were randomised (1:1) to intervention group (IG, home based exercise 5 days/week and PRT 2 days/week) or control group (CG, home based exercise 7 days/week). The primary endpoint was change in leg extension power at 10 week follow up. Secondary outcomes were isometric hip muscle strength, sit-to-stand test, stair climb test, 20 m walking speed and patient-reported outcome (HOOS).RESULTS: Sixty-two completed the trial (85%). Leg extension power increased from baseline to the 10 week follow up in both groups; mean [95% CI] IG: 0.29 [0.13; 0.45] and CG: 0.26 [0.10; 0.42] W/kg, with no between-group difference (primary outcome) (P = 0.79). Maximal walking speed (P = 0.008) and stair climb performance (P = 0.04) improved more in the IG compared to CG, no other between-group differences existed.CONCLUSIONS: In this trial, supervised PRT twice a week in addition to 5 weekly sessions of unsupervised exercise for 10 weeks was not superior to 7 weekly sessions of unsupervised home-based exercise for 10 weeks in improving the primary outcome, leg-extension power of the operated leg, at the primary endpoint 10 weeks after surgery in THR patients with lower pre-operative function.TRIAL REGISTRATION: NCT01214954.

AB - OBJECTIVE: To examine if 2 weekly sessions of supervised progressive resistance training (PRT) in combination with 5 weekly sessions of unsupervised home-based exercise is more effective than 7 weekly sessions of unsupervised home-based exercise in improving leg-extension power of the operated leg 10 weeks after total hip replacement (THR) in patients with lower pre-operative function.METHOD: A total of 73 patients scheduled for THR were randomised (1:1) to intervention group (IG, home based exercise 5 days/week and PRT 2 days/week) or control group (CG, home based exercise 7 days/week). The primary endpoint was change in leg extension power at 10 week follow up. Secondary outcomes were isometric hip muscle strength, sit-to-stand test, stair climb test, 20 m walking speed and patient-reported outcome (HOOS).RESULTS: Sixty-two completed the trial (85%). Leg extension power increased from baseline to the 10 week follow up in both groups; mean [95% CI] IG: 0.29 [0.13; 0.45] and CG: 0.26 [0.10; 0.42] W/kg, with no between-group difference (primary outcome) (P = 0.79). Maximal walking speed (P = 0.008) and stair climb performance (P = 0.04) improved more in the IG compared to CG, no other between-group differences existed.CONCLUSIONS: In this trial, supervised PRT twice a week in addition to 5 weekly sessions of unsupervised exercise for 10 weeks was not superior to 7 weekly sessions of unsupervised home-based exercise for 10 weeks in improving the primary outcome, leg-extension power of the operated leg, at the primary endpoint 10 weeks after surgery in THR patients with lower pre-operative function.TRIAL REGISTRATION: NCT01214954.

U2 - 10.1016/j.joca.2014.09.025

DO - 10.1016/j.joca.2014.09.025

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 25305374

VL - 22

SP - 2051

EP - 2058

JO - Osteoarthritis and Cartilage

JF - Osteoarthritis and Cartilage

SN - 1063-4584

IS - 12

ER -

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