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New entries for the application area muscle and bone

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Research Studies (2020)

Exploring changes in bone mass in individuals with a chronic spinal cord injury.

People experience rapid bone loss shortly after a spinal cord injury (SCI), but the long-term bone changes are yet to be confirmed. This study showed that trabecular bone may have reached a steady state, wherea weiter...

Author: El-Kotob R, Craven BC, Thabane L, Papaioannou A, Adachi JD, Giangregorio LM
Source: Osteoporos Int, 2020; 32(4): 759-767, PMID: 33089353
GID: 5602; Last update: 06.12.2021

Research Studies (2021)

Peripheral quantitative computed tomography (pQCT) measures are associated with prior low trauma fracture in men.

Peripheral quantitative computed tomography (pQCT) assesses bone quantity and quality, complementary to current standard practice, and has potential to improve prediction of fracture risk. This study explored w weiter...

Author: Anderson KB, Tembo MC, Sui SX, Hyde NK, Pasco JA, Kotowicz MA, Holloway-Kew KL
Source: Arch Osteoporos, 2021; 16(1): 178, PMID: 34825263
GID: 5595; Last update: 30.11.2021

Research Studies (2021)

Divergent effects of sex and calcium/vitamin D supplementation on serum magnesium and markers of bone structure and function during initial military training.

Maintaining magnesium status may be important for military recruits, a population that experiences high rates of stress fracture during initial military training (IMT). The objectives of this secondary analysis weiter...

Author: Hennigar SR, Kelley AM, Nakayama AT, Anderson BJ, McClung JP, Gaffney-Stomberg E
Source: Br J Nutr, 2021; (): 1-23, PMID: 34814952
GID: 5596; Last update: 30.11.2021

Research Studies (2021)

Effects of two 24-week multimodal exercise programs on reaction time, mobility, and dual-task performance in community-dwelling older adults at risk of falling: a randomized controlled trial.

BACKGROUND: Falls in older adults are considered a major public health problem. Declines in cognitive and physical functions, as measured by parameters including reaction time, mobility, and dual-task performan weiter...

Author: Rosado H, Bravo J, Raimundo A, Carvalho J, Marmeleira J, Pereira C
Source: BMC Public Health, 2021; 21(Suppl 2): 408, PMID: 34758759
GID: 5583; Last update: 16.11.2021
More information: Original Article

Research Studies (2021)

Determinants of muscle power and force as assessed by Jumping Mechanography in rural Indian children

Objectives: To: 1. Assess muscle function (MF) of rural Indian children (6-11y, n=232), using Jumping Mechanography (JM) and hand dynamometer, 2. Investigate gender differences, 3. Identify determinants of MF. weiter...

Author: Kasture S., Padidela R., Rawer R., Ekbote V., Gondhalekar K., Khadilkar V., Khadilkar A.
Source: JMNI, 2021; PMID: 5581.pdf
Keywords: Leonardo
GID: 5581; Last update: 12.11.2021
More information: Original Article

Fundamental Studies (2021)

Reporting Guidelines for Whole-Body Vibration Studies in Humans, Animals and Cell Cultures: A Consensus Statement from an International Group of Experts.

Whole-body vibration (WBV) is an exercise modality or treatment/prophylaxis method in which subjects (humans, animals, or cells) are exposed to mechanical vibrations through a vibrating platform or device. The weiter...

Author: van Heuvelen MJG, Rittweger J, Judex S, Sanudo B, Seixas A, Fuermaier ABM, Tucha O, Nyakas C, Marin PJ, Taiar R, Stark C, Schoenau E, Sa-Caputo DC, Bernardo-Filho M, van der Zee EA
Source: Biology (Basel), 2021; 10(10): , PMID: 34681065
GID: 5572; Last update: 02.11.2021

Research Studies (2021)

Myofibril and Mitochondrial Area Changes in Type I and II Fibers Following 10 Weeks of Resistance Training in Previously Untrained Men.

Resistance training increases muscle fiber hypertrophy, but the morphological adaptations that occur within muscle fibers remain largely unresolved. Fifteen males with minimal training experience (24+/-4years, weiter...

Author: Ruple BA, Godwin JS, Mesquita PHC, Osburn SC, Sexton CL, Smith MA, Ogletree JC, Goodlett MD, Edison JL, Ferrando AA, Fruge AD, Kavazis AN, Young KC, Roberts MD
Source: Front Physiol, 2021; 12(): 728683, PMID: 34630147
GID: 5568; Last update: 18.10.2021

Research Studies (2021)

The effect of whole body vibration on the sprint ability of Korean national bobsled and skeleton athletes.

This study aims to find out whether whole body vibration has an effect on the sprint ability to shorten the time of bobsled-skeleton athletes. Seventeen bobsled-skeleton athletes (male = 11, female = 6) were re weiter...

Author: Min SK, Lee K, Lim ST
Source: PLoS One, 2021; 16(10): e0258353, PMID: 34624056
GID: 5557; Last update: 12.10.2021
More information: Original Article

Research Studies (2021)

Effects of Whole-Body Vibration Training on Lower Limb Blood Flow in Children with Myelomeningocele-A Randomized Trial.

The objective of the present study was to determine the effectiveness of a three-week Whole-Body Vibration (WBV) training on the vascular blood flow of the lower limbs in children with myelomeningocele. The se weiter...

Author: Domagalska-Szopa M, Szopa A, Siwiec A, Kwiecien-Czerwieniec I, Schreiber L, Dabek J
Source: J Clin Med, 2021; 10(18): , PMID: 34575386
Keywords: Contractures
GID: 5562; Last update: 12.10.2021
More information: Original Article

Research Studies (2021)

Effects of Six-Week Resistance Training with or without Vibration on Metabolic Markers of Bone Metabolism.

Acute and protracted effects of resistive exercise (RE) and resistive exercise with whole-body vibration (RVE) on metabolic markers of bone metabolism were investigated. Twenty-six men participated in a randomi weiter...

Author: Lau P, Beijer A, Rosenberger A, Schoenau E, Clemen CS, Zange J, Rittweger J
Source: Int J Environ Res Public Health, 2021; 18(18): , PMID: 34574778
GID: 5563; Last update: 12.10.2021
More information: Original Article

Research Studies (2021)

Development of Tibia & Fibula Bone Deficits in Children With Neurofibromatosis Type I - A Longitudinal Case-Control Comparison

Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) is associated with lower bone mass and increased risk of fracture. Children with NF1 display faltering growth from mid-childhood. However, to date tibia bone development in child weiter...

Author: Ireland A, Riddell A, Prentice A, Eelloo J, Zulf Mughal M, Ward KA
Source: Bone, 2021; (): 116183, PMID: 34600162
GID: 5564; Last update: 12.10.2021

Research Studies (2021)

Age-Related Declines in Lower Limb Muscle Function are Similar in Power and Endurance Athletes of Both Sexes: A Longitudinal Study of Master Athletes.

The age-related decline in muscle function, particularly muscle power, is associated with increased risk of important clinical outcomes. Physical activity is an important determinant of muscle function, and di weiter...

Author: Ireland A, Mittag U, Degens H, Felsenberg D, Heinonen A, Koltai E, Korhonen MT, McPhee JS, Mekjavic I, Pisot R, Rawer R, Radak Z, Simunic B, Suominen H, Rittweger J
Source: Calcif Tissue Int, 2021; (): , PMID: 34505170
Keywords: Master Athletes
GID: 5551; Last update: 21.09.2021
More information: Original Article

Research Studies (2021)

Differential effects of ergometer-cycling and Whole-Body-Vibration training on serological BDNF and IGF-1 in the treatment of adolescent depression - is there an impact of BDNF-p.Val66Met variants?

BACKGROUND: Pathogenesis and treatment of adolescent depression may be influenced by growth-factors, including brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1). We investigated, weiter...

Author: Wunram HL, Oberste M, Ziemendorff A, Hamacher S, Kapanci T, Heller R, Blick S, Bloch W, Clajus TC, Schonau E, Bender S, Fricke O
Source: Physiol Behav, 2021; (): 113596, PMID: 34536433
GID: 5548; Last update: 21.09.2021

Research Studies (2021)

Examining effects of habitual physical activity and body composition on bone structure in early post-menopausal women: a pQCT analysis.

After menopause, bones decline in structure and can break more easily. Physical activity can strengthen bones. This study investigated how activity and body composition can impact bone structure in post-menopau weiter...

Author: Flores LE, Nelson S, Waltman N, Kupzyk K, Lappe J, Mack L, Bilek LD
Source: Osteoporos Int, 2021; (): , PMID: 34510230
GID: 5550; Last update: 21.09.2021

Scientific Publications (2021)

Peripheral Quantitative Computed Tomography Derived Muscle Density Is Associated With Physical Performance in Older Adults.

PURPOSE: The assessment of body composition is an integral part in diagnosing sarcopenia. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationships between peripheral quantitative computed tomography (pQCT) weiter...

Author: Martini S, Petermeise S, Henkel M, Weiss S, Schaupp A, Ferrari U, Schmidmaier R, Drey M
Source: Arch Gerontol Geriatr, 2021; 97(): 104512, PMID: 34481136
GID: 5542; Last update: 07.09.2021