Pro/Con Debate "Muscle dysfunction, systemic inflammation and rehabilitation: is physical activity beneficial in COPD?" - CON

R. Rabinovich (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Source: Research Seminar 2011 - Physical activity, nutritional status and systemic inflammation in COPD
Number: 12
Disease area: Airway diseases

PDF journal article, handout or slidesSlide presentation

Rating: 5
You must login to grade this presentation.

Share or cite this content

Citations should be made in the following way:
R. Rabinovich (Edinburgh, United Kingdom). Pro/Con Debate "Muscle dysfunction, systemic inflammation and rehabilitation: is physical activity beneficial in COPD?" - CON. Research Seminar 2011 - Physical activity, nutritional status and systemic inflammation in COPD

You must login to share this Presentation/Article on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or by email.

Member's Comments

No comment yet.
You must Login to comment this presentation.


Related content which might interest you:
Pro/Con Debate "Muscle dysfunction, systemic inflammation and rehabilitation: is physical activity beneficial in COPD?" - PRO
Source: Research Seminar 2011 - Physical activity, nutritional status and systemic inflammation in COPD
Year: 2011


Pro/Con Debate "Maintenance of exercise capacity following pulmonary rehabilitation in COPD: is there any relationship with inflammation and nutritional status?" - CON
Source: Research Seminar 2011 - Physical activity, nutritional status and systemic inflammation in COPD
Year: 2011


Pro/Con Debate "Maintenance of exercise capacity following pulmonary rehabilitation in COPD: is there any relationship with inflammation and nutritional status?" - PRO
Source: Research Seminar 2011 - Physical activity, nutritional status and systemic inflammation in COPD
Year: 2011

Muscular disfunction in COPD: Systemic effect or deconditioning?
Source: Annual Congress 2013 –The latest insights in respiratory muscles, neuromuscular disease and comorbidities
Year: 2013

Do pedometers maintain the benefits of pulmonary rehabilitation in COPD patients?
Source: International Congress 2016 – Best abstracts in physical activity and telemedicine
Year: 2016


Muscle dysfunction as a systemic marker of risk for exacerbation of COPD patients: the Spanish "IMAGIM study"
Source: Eur Respir J 2004; 24: Suppl. 48, 2s
Year: 2004

Pulmonary rehabilitation programmes - Are we wasting capacity?
Source: International Congress 2016 – New insights into pulmonary rehabilitation for chronic lung diseases
Year: 2016


LATE-BREAKING ABSTRACT: Eccentric Cycling Exercise: A novel form of rehabilitation for patients with severe COPD?
Source: Annual Congress 2013 –Exercise, physiotherapy techniques and assessment in COPD
Year: 2013


Walk2Bactive: Patients’ perspectives of a physical activity-focused intervention beyond pulmonary rehabilitation in COPD
Source: International Congress 2016 – Measuring physical activity in chronic respiratory disease
Year: 2016


Association of patient-perceived COPD symptoms & activity limitations with comorbidities: The "COPD language" study
Source: Annual Congress 2013 –Quality of life and respiratory symptoms in primary care COPD populations
Year: 2013

Is there any relationship between exercise training’ intensity and muscle dysfunction and/or systemic inflammation in COPD?
Source: Research Seminar 2011 - Physical activity, nutritional status and systemic inflammation in COPD
Year: 2011


Does an exercise test change patients’ perception of their ability to exercise?
Source: International Congress 2015 – Best abstracts in COPD management
Year: 2015


Walking guide for COPD patients: Can be used as a promoter of physical activity?
Source: Annual Congress 2013 –The latest insights in exercise testing and physical inactivity
Year: 2013


Contact time between patients with COPD and coach during an activity telecoaching intervention: Impact on the intervention effect
Source: International Congress 2016 – Best abstracts on innovative outcomes and novel interventions in respiratory physiotherapy
Year: 2016


The effects of walking prescription to promote physical activity in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Source: International Congress 2015 – Rehabilitation, exercise, hospitalisation and COPD
Year: 2015


Late Breaking Abstract - An exercise training program improves endothelial function in COPD patients
Source: International Congress 2017 – The lungs and the heart during exercise
Year: 2017



Smart watch for monitoring physical activity in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Source: International Congress 2016 – Non-inflammatory assessment of airway disorders
Year: 2016

The effectiveness of long term physical therapy in elderly patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Source: International Congress 2016 – Latest insights into pulmonary rehabilitation
Year: 2016


Pulmonary rehabilitation: Is it feasible and beneficial in mild COPD?
Source: International Congress 2016 – Latest insights into pulmonary rehabilitation
Year: 2016


Effects of exercise training (ET) in pulmonary rehabilitation programs on balance status and falls in patients with COPD
Source: International Congress 2016 – Postural balance, respiratory muscles, and comorbidities in chronic respiratory disease
Year: 2016