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Fachartikel (2022)

NEX4EX: Novel Exercise Hardware for Exploration

This paper presents the NEX4EX project Novel Exercise Hardware for Exploration, which aims to design, build and validate a full-body countermeasure platform that enables high intensive resistive and plyometric weiter...

Verfasser: Fau G, Cifuentes AS, Böcker J, Zange J, Mittag U, Rittweger J, Rawer R, Gruber M, Kramer A, Tørholm S, Runge A
Quelle: 16th Symposium on Advanced Space Technologies in Robotics and Automation, ESA-ESTEC, 2022;
Schlagworte: ESA, Space Exploration
GID: 5741; Last update: 19.07.2022
Weitere Informationen: Original Article

Wissenschaftliche Studien (2022)

Six weeks of whole-body vibration improves fine motor accuracy, functional mobility and quality of life in people with multiple sclerosis

People with multiple sclerosis (MS) suffer from sensorimotor deficits with the distal extremities being more severely affected than proximal ones. Whole-body vibration (WBV) training is known to enhance volunta weiter...

Verfasser: Krause A, Lee K, König D, Faist M, Freyler K,Gollhofer A, Ritzmann R
Quelle: PLoS One, 2022; 17(7):e0270698,: , PMID: 35816473
Schlagworte: MS
GID: 5742; Last update: 19.07.2022
Weitere Informationen: Original Article

Wissenschaftliche Studien (2022)

Benefits of Two 24-Week Interactive Cognitive-Motor Programs on Body Composition, Lower-Body Strength, and Processing Speed in Community Dwellings at Risk of Falling: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

This 24-week randomized controlled trial study evaluated the effects of two interactive cognitive-motor programs on body composition, lower-body strength, and processing speed in community dwellings at risk of weiter...

Verfasser: Rosado H, Pereira C, Bravo J, Carvalho J, Raimundo A
Quelle: Int J Environ Res Public Health, 2022; 19(12): , PMID: 35742365
Schlagworte: aging; falls; psychomotor intervention; bone mineral density; cognitive function; muscle strength
GID: 5734; Last update: 28.06.2022

Wissenschaftliche Studien (2022)

Beneficial effects of denosumab on muscle performance in patients with low BMD: a retrospective, propensity score-matched study.

This study examined the effects of denosumab compared to bisphosphonates and vitamin D alone on muscle performance in patients with low BMD. While grip force improved in both the denosumab and bisphosphonate g weiter...

Verfasser: Rupp T, von Vopelius E, Strahl A, Oheim R, Barvencik F, Amling M, Rolvien T
Quelle: Osteoporos Int, 2022; (): , PMID: 35751664
GID: 5735; Last update: 28.06.2022

Wissenschaftliche Publikationen (2022)

A Comparison of the Effects of Stochastic Resonance Therapy, Whole-Body Vibration and Balance Training on Pain Perception and Sensorimotor Function in Patients with Chronic Non-Specific Neck Pain: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial.

BACKGROUND: Neck pain is a prevalent pathological condition and together with low back pain, present as the leading cause of years lived with disability worldwide in 2015 and continue to contribute substantial weiter...

Verfasser: Igbokwe EO, Taube W, Beinert K
Quelle: JMIR Res Protoc, 2022; (): , PMID: 35656706
GID: 5727; Last update: 14.06.2022

Wissenschaftliche Studien (2022)

The effect of Functional Electrical Stimulation-assisted posture-shifting in bone mineral density: case series-pilot study.

STUDY DESIGN: A training intervention study using standing dynamic load-shifting Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) in a group of individuals with complete spinal cord injury (SCI) T2 to T10. OBJECTIVES: weiter...

Verfasser: Armengol M, Zoulias ID, Gibbons RS, McCarthy I, Andrews BJ, Harwin WS, Holderbaum W
Quelle: Spinal Cord Ser Cases, 2022; 8(1): 60, PMID: 35680785
GID: 5730; Last update: 14.06.2022

Wissenschaftliche Studien (2022)

Peak power and body mass as predictors of tibial bone strength in healthy male and female adults.

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to examine whether a non-invasive, muscular fitness field test was a better predictor of bone strength compared to body mass in healthy adults. METHODS: Hierarchical mul weiter...

Verfasser: Denys AT, Bugayong JC, Juhala CC, Ma EJ, Carvalho KE, Kwong SM, Yingling VR
Quelle: J Musculoskelet Neuronal Interact, 2022; 22(2): 154-160, PMID: 35642695
GID: 5722; Last update: 02.06.2022
Weitere Informationen: Original Article

Wissenschaftliche Studien (2022)

Vibration assisted rehabilitation in patients with Pompe disease: A case series.

The results of three cases with infantile-onset Pompe disease participating in a rehabilitation program with home-based vibration training will be presented. In this retrospective observational case study, the weiter...

Verfasser: Jones A, Duran I, Stark C, Spiess K, Semler O, Schoenau E
Quelle: J Musculoskelet Neuronal Interact, 2022; 22(2): 284-291, PMID: 35642707
GID: 5724; Last update: 02.06.2022
Weitere Informationen: Original Article

Wissenschaftliche Studien (2022)

Childhood Type 1 Diabetes is associated with abnormal bone development.

OBJECTIVE: To describe bone mineral density (BMD), bone structure and fracture prevalence in adolescents with type 1 diabetes (T1D) and explore their associations with glycemic control and microvascular complic weiter...

Verfasser: Vora KA, Munns CF, Donaghue KC, Craig ME, Briody J, Benitez-Aguirre P
Quelle: Pediatr Diabetes doi: 10.1111/pedi.13367, 2022; (): , PMID: 35603554
GID: 5720; Last update: 30.05.2022

Fachartikel (2004)

(2004) A practical guide to bone densitometry in children.

Verfasser: National Osteoporosis Society
Quelle: Camerton, Bath, UK, 2004;
GID: 5714; Last update: 24.05.2022

Grundlagenstudien (2022)

pQCT Analysis of Cortical Bone in Rats Exposed to High Levels of Cortisol in-utero.

Unperturbed fetal development is essential for future health of an individual. Previous studies have linked diseases of aging to harmful alterations that happen during fetal development. Given the significant l weiter...

Verfasser: Brown SA
Quelle: FASEB J, 2022; 36 Suppl 1(): , PMID: 35555908
Schlagworte: Abstract only
GID: 5707; Last update: 17.05.2022

Wissenschaftliche Studien (20220)

Extracellular Matrix Content and Remodeling Does Not Differ Between Higher-Responders and Lower-Responders to Resistance Training.

OBJECTIVE: To determine if markers of skeletal muscle extracellular matrix (ECM) content and ECM remodeling are indicators of hypertrophy in previously untrained collage aged males. HYPOTHESES: Higher-respond weiter...

Verfasser: Godwin JS, Ruple B, Sexton C, Smith M, Fruge A, Young K, Mobley C, Roberts M
Quelle: FASEB J, 20220; 36 Suppl 1():
Schlagworte: Abstract only
GID: 5708; Last update: 17.05.2022

Grundlagenstudien (2022)

GPR109A gene deletion ameliorates gonadectomy-induced bone loss in mice.

Sex steroid deficiency plays critical roles in the pathophysiology of bone as the result of uncertain bone remodeling, i.e., increased bone resorption with equivocal bone formation. We have previously shown tha weiter...

Verfasser: Chen JR, Lazarenko OP, Blackburn ML
Quelle: Bone, 2022; 161(): 116422, PMID: 35489706
GID: 5701; Last update: 03.05.2022

Wissenschaftliche Studien (2022)

Sex differences in tibial adaptations to arduous training: An observational cohort study.

Military training increases tibial density and size, but it is unknown if men and women adapt similarly to the same arduous training. Seventy-seven men and 57 women not using hormonal contraceptives completed t weiter...

Verfasser: O"Leary TJ, Izard RM, Tang JCY, Fraser WD, Greeves JP
Quelle: Bone, 2022; 160(): 116426, PMID: 35470123
GID: 5698; Last update: 02.05.2022