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Combining Stochastic Resonance Vibration With Exergaming for Motor-Cognitive Training in Long-Term Care; A Sham-Control Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial
JournalArticle (Originalarbeit in einer wissenschaftlichen Zeitschrift)
 
ID 4621231
Author(s) de Bruin, Eling D.; Baur, Heiner; Brülhart, Yvonne; Luijckx, Eefje; Hinrichs, Timo; Rogan, Slavko
Author(s) at UniBasel Hinrichs, Timo
Year 2020
Title Combining Stochastic Resonance Vibration With Exergaming for Motor-Cognitive Training in Long-Term Care; A Sham-Control Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial
Journal Frontiers in Medicine
Volume 7
Pages / Article-Number 507155
Keywords aging; executive functions; exergame; frail adults; long term care; motor-cognitive training; physical performance; whole-body vibration
Abstract Purpose:; Physical and mental functions allow classifying older adults as "Go-Go" (independent functioning); "Slow-Go" (in need of care with a slight handicap); and "No-Go" (in need of care with severe functional limitation). The latter group exhibits reduced exercise tolerance. More recently technology-based motor-cognitive types of training services emerged as a possible training service. This study examined the use of technology including stochastic resonance whole-body vibration and Exergame-dance training for motor-cognitive training in care home dwelling adults.; Methods:; Seventeen older adults (10 women, 7 men, age range: 79-98) were randomly assigned to the intervention (IG,; n; = 9) or the sham group (SG,; n; = 8). IG performed five sets of 1-min whole-body vibration with 1-min rest in between, three times a week for the first 4 weeks of the training period with varying frequency. From weeks five to eight the Exergame-dance training was conducted after the vibration sessions. SG performed a stochastic resonance whole-body vibration training with the same terms applied, however, with a fixed frequency of 1 Hz, Noise 1. From weeks five to eight a passive trampoline-programme of 5 min was applied following the vibration sessions. Primary outcome was the Short Physical Performance Battery (SPPB). Secondary outcomes were the Trail Making Test A and B (TMT A & B) and the Falls Efficacy Scale-International (FES-I). Outcomes were measured at baseline, after 4 and 8 weeks of intervention and at follow-up (4 weeks after the intervention). The non-parametric Puri and Sen rank-order test was applied, followed by an ANOVA for repeated measures to analyse main and interaction effects. Mann-Whitney; U; -Test was used to determine differences between the groups.; Results:; The; post-hoc; analysis showed significant effects on the SPPB total score with large effect sizes from baseline to 8 weeks (+72%,; p; = 0.005, η; 2; = 0.423). The TMT part B displayed significant improvements with large effect sizes from baseline to 8 weeks (+17.5%,; p; = 0.002, η; 2; = 0.779) and to follow-up (+21%,; p; = 0.001, η; 2; = 0.827).; Conclusion:; The technology based 8-week training programme consisting of a combination of stochastic resonance whole-body vibration and Exergame-dance training showed beneficial effects on both physical and cognitive performance in older care home dwelling adults.
Publisher Frontiers Media
ISSN/ISBN 2296-858X
URL http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/pmc7734185/
edoc-URL https://edoc.unibas.ch/83499/
Full Text on edoc No
Digital Object Identifier DOI 10.3389/fmed.2020.507155
PubMed ID http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/33330519
ISI-Number WOS:000598135800001
Document type (ISI) Journal Article
 
   

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