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Ultra-som terapêutico contínuo térmico em modelo experimental de ciatalgia
Ciena, Adriano Polican;Oliveira, Jaques Jean Junqueira;Cunha, Núbia Broetto;Bertolini, Gladson Ricardo Flor;
Fisioterapia e Pesquisa , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-29502009000200014
Abstract: therapeutic ultrasound is a physical therapy resource for relieving sciatic pain. the aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness of continuous therapeutic ultrasound in two different power densities (0,5 w/cm2 and 1 w/cm2), on reducing pain in rats submitted to a sciatica experimental model. twenty rats were used, divided into 3 groups: g1 (n=6) submitted to sciatica and placebo treatment; g2 (n=7) submitted to sciatica and treated with 0.5 w/cm2 ultrasound; and g3 (n=7), submitted to sciatica and treated with 1 w/cm2 ultrasound. sciatica was provoked by surgical nerve compression on the right posterior limb of all animals. treatment on the surgical procedure region consisted in ten daily 5-minute sessions, starting on the 3rd postoperative day. pain was inferred by the time of paw elevation (tpe) during gait, measured before the surgery and on five further moments. results showed tpe increase in all groups after surgery; but in both groups actually treated with ultrasound a significant tep decrease was noticed, practically reaching initial values, the decrease being more precocious and intense in g2. continuous ultrasound such as was delivered was hence effective in reducing sciatic pain.
Compara??o do ultrassom pulsado e contínuo no reparo tendíneo de ratos
Bertolini, Gladson Ricardo Flor;Silva, Taciane Stein da;Ciena, Adriano Polican;Artifon, Elisangela Lourdes;
Fisioterapia e Pesquisa , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-29502012000300009
Abstract: in tendon injuries treatment, the use of ultrasound appears as a therapeutic option, despite the lack of their clinical effects. the aim was to evaluate two therapeutic ultrasound protocols, continuous or pulsed, on the pain and swelling after tendinous trauma. twenty-one wistar rats were subjected to traumatic injury in the tendon and divided in three groups: sham (gs), continuous ultrasound (guc), and pulsed ultrasound (gup). the injury occurred on right achilles tendon lateral aspect, with energy of 0.40 j. the pain was assessed by the functional disability test and edema by latero-lateral diameter. the evaluations were performed before the injury; after 1 hour of the lesion induction; after the 1st treatment; 2, 8 and 24 hours after injury; and after the 5th day. the treatment was made for 5 consecutive days, with transductor of 1 mhz, for 3 minutes on the trauma site, with a dose of 0.4 w/cm2 sata. the results of functional disability for gs showed increased nociception. for guc, there was increased when comparing evaluation 1 (ev1) with evaluations 2 (ev2), 3 (ev3) and 4 (ev4); comparing ev2 to evaluations 5 (av5) and 6 (av6), there was decreased values. to gup there was increased when comparing ev1 with ev2 and ev3, but when comparing ev2 with the following, there was a significant decrease starting from ev4. edema, treatment groups produced an initial increase with a reduction in recent evaluations. the therapeutic ultrasound produced pain and edema reduction in rats with tendon trauma, and early in the pulsed.
Neural mobilization and static stretching in an experimental sciatica model: an experimental study
Bertolini, Gladson R. F.;Silva, Taciane S.;Trindade, Danilo L.;Ciena, Adriano P.;Carvalho, Alberito R.;
Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-35552009005000062
Abstract: objective: to verify the effectiveness of neural mobilization and static stretching in reducing pain in rats submitted to experimental sciatica. methods: the rats (n=23) were divided into three groups: sham (sg/n=8), without intervention; stretching (stcg/n=8), treated with static stretching; and neural mobilization (nmg/n=7), treated with neural mobilization. the animals underwent an experimental model of sciatica by compression of the right ischiatic nerve with catgut suture thread. there were five consecutive sessions of treatment that began on the third day after lesion. the pain caused by the sciatica was evaluated by a functional incapacitation test that measured paw elevation time (pet), and values over 10s were indicative of pain. pet was measured at the following moments: before the lesion (m1), immediately before (m2) and after the first session (m3), immediately after the last session (m4) and 24h after the last session (m5). anova was applied with repeated measures and unrepeated measures for intra- and inter-group comparison, respectively. results: in the sg, post-lesion pets were greater than m1 (p<0.001), suggesting persistence of pain. in the stcg, post-lesion pets were greater than m1 (p<0.001), but lower when comparing m3 vs. m4 (p<0.05) and m3 vs. m5 (p<0.01) suggesting the effectiveness of the treatment. in nmg, m2, m3 (p<0.001) and m4 (p<0.05) were greater in relation to m1, but not m5, showing that this treatment reestablished the normal pet values. conclusion: both forms of therapy were effective in reducing pain, with neural mobilization being the more effective of the two.
Uso do laser, 670 nm, no quadro álgico de ratos submetidos à modelo experimental de ciatalgia
Cunha, Núbia Broetto;Moesch, Juliana;Mallmann, Juliana Schmatz;Ciena, Adriano Policam;Bertolini, Gladson Ricardo Flor;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922008000200006
Abstract: sciatica is caused by the sciatic nerve compression in some point of its course, and its treatment consists of solving the nervous compression cause, either by surgical or conservative treatment. some physiotherapeutic resources act basically in the reduction of the symptoms caused by this disturbance. the aim of this study was to verify the effectiveness of the laser 670 nm, in two different energy densities, in the pain reduction, in rats submitted to a sciatica experimental model. eighteen rats, divided in 3 groups were used: g1 (n=6) submitted to sciatica and simulated treatment (placebo group), g2 (n=6) submitted to sciatica and treated with laser 2 j/cm2, g3 (n=6) submitted to sciatica and irradiated with laser 4 j/cm2. the hamstring nerve of the animals' right hind limb was exposed and compression with catgut thread in 4 points of the nerve was performed. on the 3rd post-operation day, the treatment was begun with laser in the surgical procedure area of the right hind limb for 10 days. the time during which the limb remained on the air was verified through gait in the following periods: previous to the sciatica, before and after treatment. the results have demonstrated that the laser was not effective in the pain reduction; however, with 4 j/cm2 there was positive effect, without complete functionality reestablishment.
Efeitos do laser de baixa potência sobre a dor e edema no trauma tendíneo de ratos
Bertolini, Gladson Ricardo Flor;Silva, Taciane Stein da;Ciena, Adriano Polican;Trindade, Danilo Lopes da;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922008000400008
Abstract: during the injured tendons healing process there is the inflammatory phase, which occurs in the presence, among other signs, of pain and edema. the antiinflammatory drug therapy receives some criticism, with respect to its deleterious effects for the repair, thus gain body the use of physical resources for the process control. the aim of this study was to evaluate the use of low level laser therapy on the pain and edema of the rats calcaneus tendon, subjected to experimental trauma. we used 28 rats wistar, divided into four groups: gc - subjected to traumatic injury and the placebo treatment; g2 - subject to injury and irradiated with laser 2 j/cm2; g4 - subject to injury and irradiated with 4 j/cm2; g8 - submitted to injury and irradiated with 8 j/cm2. the lesion was performed with the fall of a weight on the side of the right calcaneus tendon of each animal, with energy of about 0.40 j. the pain was evaluated by the paw elevation time (pet) for a minute, the animal walking on a metal cylinder with 30 cm in diameter at 3 rpm; the edema evaluation occurred through caliper; moments of the evaluation were: after and before injury, before treatment, 2 hours, 8 hours, 24 hours and 5th injury day. treatment with laser 670 nm, was so punctual and daily. the results showed increases in pet and formation of edema in all groups after the injury, and for the groups treated there were reducing the pain and edema, being observed in the control group only with the edema reduction in the 5th placebo day. we concluded that the treatment with low level laser therapy decreased the pain and edema of the animals with tendon trauma, in a dose-dependent manner.
Avalia??o do controle postural em adultos jovens através da posturografia dinamica Foam-laser e plataforma de for?a
Loth, Eduardo Alexandre;Albuquerque, Carlos Eduardo;Ciena, Adriano Policam;Rossi, ?ngela Garcia;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922011000300004
Abstract: one of the most important tasks of the human postural control system is to keep the body balanced on the base of support provided by the feet. as a gravity sensor, the vestibular system is one of the most important tools of the nervous system in the control of the posture. when there is a malfunction in this system the individual starts to present a group of symptoms in which the vertigo generally is preponderant. the present study had as objective to correlate the results of the postural control evaluation in young peolple obtained through the dynamic posturography foam-laser (flp) and platform force. for the accomplishment of the study were invited 31 volunteers (19 men and 11 women) that were submitted to the evaluation of the postural control through the dynamic posturography foam-laser and power platform simultaneously. the results reveled that there was strong correlation among the values obteined in the tests of sensorial organization (tos) and area displacement pressure center (pc) at power platform in all tos. in tos iii, v e vi respectively, correlation was observed strong enters the results of the examinations in fpl and power platform, with r = - 0,79, r = 0,70 and r = - 0,80. this study concludes that the flp is a very useful method for evaluation of the balance, and this results show strong correlation with pressure center displacement area
Avalia??o imediata da dor e edema em les?o muscular induzida por formalina e tratada com laser 808 nm
Borato, Emerson;Oliveira, Jaques Jean Junqueira;Ciena, Adriano Polican;Bertolini, Gladson Ricardo Flor;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922008000500009
Abstract: low-level laser therapy induces to cellular bioestimulation and can accelerate wound healing, promote skeletal muscle regeneration, decrease inflammatory response, stimulate neovascularization and decrease pain. the aim of this study was to analyze the effects of three doses of low-level laser therapy (808 nm), in the immediate pain and edema, in rats submitted to experimental injury of the lateral gastrocnemius muscle. twenty four wistar rats, randomly distributed in the following four groups were used: cg - injured and treated with equipment turned off (sham); g20 - injured and treated with 20 j/cm2; g50 - injured and treated with 50 j/cm2; and g100 - injured and treated with 100 j/cm2. for the experimental injury production, 0.1 ml of formalin 5% was introduced in the right lateral gastrocnemius muscle girth. pain was assessed through the paw elevation time (pet), and edema was assessed with a metallic caliper. both evaluations happened before injury, after injury, after treatment, 2, 8 and 24 hours after injury. the results showed significant increase of pet and of the caliper evaluation after injury induction. it has been concluded that the laser irradiation in the used parameters did not produce pain and edema decrease in rats submitted to muscular injury with formalin 5% injection.
Influence of pain intensity on the unidimensional scales responses of pain measurement in an elderly and young adults population Influência da intensidade da dor sobre as respostas nas escalas unidimensionais de mensura o da dor em uma popula o de idosos e de adultos jovens
Adriano Polican Ciena,Rutineia Gatto,Vanessa Cerqueria Pacini,Vivian Viani Pican?o
Semina : Ciências Biológicas e da Saúde , 2008,
Abstract: Pain is defined as an unpleasant sensorial and emotional experience associated to a current or potential damage to the tissue, or described in terms of this damage, as the “5th vital sign”. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of the pain intensity on the responses in unidimensional scales of pain measurement in elderly people and young adults who were admitted to the Hospital Universitário do Oeste do Paraná. The pain was evaluated in both groups, the elderly (GI) and young adults (GII), with a hundred individuals in each group, from April to July 2006, who were selected according to the research inclusion and exclusion criteria. Pain evaluation was carried out through the following scales: the Analogical Visual Scale (AVS), the Numerical Visual Scale (NVS) and the Easy Scale (ES). Results showed a strong level of concordance between the GII-group scales, presenting statistical significance (p<0,05) of the NVS in mild pain classification. It is concluded that the results showed the existence of the influence of pain intensity on the responses of GI-group scales, which did not happen in the GII group. A dor é definida como uma desagradável experiência sensorial e emocional associada a um dano atual ou potencial do tecido, ou descrita em termos deste dano, recebendo a denomina o de ”5o sinal vital”. Objetivou-se, neste estudo, avaliar a influência da intensidade da dor sobre as respostas nas escalas unidimensionais de mensura o de dor em idosos e adultos jovens internados no Hospital Universitário do Oeste do Paraná. Foi avaliada a dor de dois grupos de pacientes, idosos (GI) e adultos jovens (GII), contendo 100 indivíduos cada grupo, do período de abril a julho de 2006, que foram selecionados conforme critérios de inclus o e exclus o da pesquisa. A avalia o da dor foi realizada através das escalas: Escala Visual Analógica (EVA), Escala Visual Numérica (EVN) e Escala de Fáceis (EF). Os resultados apontaram forte nível de concordancia entre as escalas no grupo GII, apresentando significancia estatística (p<0,05) nas três classifica es de dores, porém no grupo GI observou-se fraca concordancia entre as escalas (p<0,05) da EVN na classifica o da dor leve. Conclui-se que os resultados demonstraram a existência de influência da intensidade de dor sobre as respostas das escalas no grupo GI, porém no grupo GII n o se observou influência da intensidade da dor sobre as respostas.
Evaluation of the influence of vestibular system in the young adults balance through dynamic posturografy foam-laser and platform of power Avalia o da influência do sistema vestibular no equilíbrio de adultos jovens através de posturografia dinamica foam-laser e plataforma de for a
Eduardo Alexandre Loth,?ngela Garcia Rossi,Priscila Cristina Cappellesso,Adriano Polican Ciena
Semina : Ciências Biológicas e da Saúde , 2008,
Abstract: One of the most important tasks for the human postural control system is to maintain body balance on a small support base provided by the feet. As a gravity sensor, the vestibular system is one of the most important nervous system tools in posture control . The objective of this work was to study the influence of the vestibular system on the young adults’ balance control through Dynamic Posturografy Foam-laser (FLS). Participated in the study 30 young adults from the UFSM’s physical education undergraduate course, who volunteered to go under postural control evaluation through the FLP and platform of power, simultaneously, during the Sensorial Organization Test (TOS) I and V. Results showed that there was a moderate and strong rate of correlation between TOS I and V values and the area of displacement of the pressure center (CP) registered by the platform of power. They also showed that the FLP is a very useful method for balance evaluation, showing a good correlation with the CP displacement area . Uma das tarefas mais importantes do sistema do controle postural humano é o equilíbrio do corpo sobre a pequena base de apoio fornecida pelos pés. Como um sensor de gravidade, o sistema vestibular é uma das ferramentas mais importantes do sistema nervoso no controle da postura. O presente estudo teve como objetivo estudar a influencia do sistema vestibular no equilíbrio de adultos jovens, por meio da Posturografia Dinamica Foam-laser (FLP). Para a realiza o do estudo, foram convidados 30 voluntários adultos jovens, acadêmicos do curso de educa o física da UFSM, que foram submetidos à avalia o do controle postural através de FLP e plataforma de for a simultaneamente, durante o Teste de Organiza o Sensorial (TOS) I e V. Os resultados revelaram que houve moderado e forte índice de correla o entre os valores obtidos nos TOS I e V e a área de deslocamento do centro de press o (CP) registrada pela plataforma de for a. Conclui-se que a FLP é um método muito útil para avalia o do equilíbrio, e seus resultados demonstraram boa correla o com a área de deslocamento do CP.
Neural mobilization and static stretching in an experimental sciatica model: an experimental study Mobiliza o neural e alongamento estático em um modelo experimental de ciatalgia: estudo experimental
Gladson R. F. Bertolini,Taciane S. Silva,Danilo L. Trindade,Adriano P. Ciena
Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy , 2009,
Abstract: OBJECTIVE: To verify the effectiveness of neural mobilization and static stretching in reducing pain in rats submitted to experimental sciatica. METHODS: The rats (n=23) were divided into three groups: sham (SG/n=8), without intervention; stretching (STCG/n=8), treated with static stretching; and neural mobilization (NMG/n=7), treated with neural mobilization. The animals underwent an experimental model of sciatica by compression of the right ischiatic nerve with catgut suture thread. There were five consecutive sessions of treatment that began on the third day after lesion. The pain caused by the sciatica was evaluated by a functional incapacitation test that measured paw elevation time (PET), and values over 10s were indicative of pain. PET was measured at the following moments: before the lesion (M1), immediately before (M2) and after the first session (M3), immediately after the last session (M4) and 24h after the last session (M5). ANOVA was applied with repeated measures and unrepeated measures for intra- and inter-group comparison, respectively. RESULTS: In the SG, post-lesion PETs were greater than M1 (p<0.001), suggesting persistence of pain. In the STCG, post-lesion PETs were greater than M1 (p<0.001), but lower when comparing M3 vs. M4 (p<0.05) and M3 vs. M5 (p<0.01) suggesting the effectiveness of the treatment. In NMG, M2, M3 (p<0.001) and M4 (p<0.05) were greater in relation to M1, but not M5, showing that this treatment reestablished the normal PET values. CONCLUSION: Both forms of therapy were effective in reducing pain, with neural mobilization being the more effective of the two. OBJETIVO: Verificar a eficácia da mobiliza o neural e do alongamento estático na redu o da dor em ratos submetidos à ciática experimental. MéTODOS: Os ratos (n=23) foram divididos em três grupos: simulacro (GS/n=8), sem interven o; alongamento (GAL/n=8), tratados com alongamento estático; e mobiliza o neural (GMN/n=7), tratados com mobiliza o neural. Submeteram-se os animais a um modelo experimental de ciática, comprimindo o nervo isquiático direito com fio de catgut. Realizaram-se cinco sess es consecutivas de tratamento que se iniciaram no terceiro dia pós-les o. Avaliou-se a dor, provocada pela ciática, pelo teste de incapacidade funcional que mensurava o tempo de eleva o da pata (TEP) do animal, e valores maiores que 10 segundos eram indicativos de dor. O TEP foi mensurado nos momentos: antes da les o (M1), imediatamente antes (M2), após a 1a sess o (M3), imediatamente após a última sess o (M4) e 24 horas após a última sess o (M5). Aplicou-se ANOVA c
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