Physical Exercise and Grip Strength in Patients Intervened through Bariatric Surgery

Jéssica Pamela Noack Segovia, Antonio Sánchez López, Inmaculada García-García, Raquel Rodríguez-Blanque, Ximena Alejandra León Ríos, María José Aguilar Cordero

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Ejercicio físico y fuerza de agarre en pacientes intervenidos de cirugía bariátrica

Exercício físico e força muscular em pacientes submetidos à cirurgia bariátrica

Objetivo: evaluar un programa de ejercicio físico de intensidad moderada en pacientes operados de cirugía bariátrica y su influencia en la fuerza muscular. Método: ensayo clínico aleatorizado, con un grupo de intervención y un grupo control. Cuarenta y tres pacientes fueron operados de cirugía bariátrica. Al grupo de intervención se le aplicó un programa de actividad física moderada durante seis meses. La fuerza de agarre y la bioimpedancia se midieron en su forma basal, al mes y a los seis meses después de la cirugía. Se realizó un estudio de bivariante para observar los cambios de las variables. Resultados: al realizar la prueba de t de student para muestras independientes en todas las variables (peso, índice de masa corporal, fuerza de agarre, masa magra, masa grasa y metabolismo), el resultado es que no hay diferencias significativas entre el grupo de intervención y el grupo control con p>0,05. Conclusión: un programa de actividad física moderado de seis meses de duración en pacientes intervenidos de cirugía bariátrica no tiene resultados significantes en el desarrollo de la masa muscular evaluada a través de la dinamometría manual y la bioimpedancia.

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Noack-Segovia JPSánchez-López AMGarcía-García IRodríguez-Blanque RLeón-Ríos XAAguilar-Cordero MJ. Physical Exercise and Grip Strength in Patients Intervened through Bariatric Surgery. Aquichan 2019; 19(3): e1936. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5294/aqui.2019.19.3.6

Received: 21/03/2019

Accepted: 17/07/2019


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Cirugía bariátrica; fuerza de la mano; ejercicio; terapia por ejercicio; obesidad; condición física; obesidad mórbida; actividad física; actividad motora; índice de masa corporal

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