Effect of early exercise training on length of hospitalization, physical and mental health in burned patients

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"Study looking at early exercise in burn patients"
Age:
7 to 60 years old
Gender:
Any
Healthy Volunteers:
No
Keywords:
burn, burn rehabilitation, exercise
Type:
Other study
Investigator:
Description
This study will look at early in-hospital exercise as an addition to current standard of care (SOC). We are doing this study to compare what happens between a program of movement/exercise (from now on we will call this MP10) during acute care (includes days in the ICU, days in-hospital as inpatient) added to existing usual care or standard of care (SOC) programs to those of the existing SOC alone. We think that MP10 added to SOC will result in more benefits and outcomes than SOC alone. We think that SOC plus MP10 will be better than SOC alone in lowering the number of days in the hospital, number of days in the burn ICU, the number of days on the mechanical ventilator, increasing muscle mass and exercise function, and improving mental health.
This study requires
DEXA scan
Walk test (6 minutes)
Treadmill test
Wear activity monitor
Pyschosocial health questionnaires
Who can participate?
Inclusion Criteria:

1. Male and female subjects ≥7 to 60 years of age

2. >30% TBSA burned, as estimated by the physician in charge

3. No evidence of organ failure


Exclusion Criteria:

1. Tuberculosis

2. Electrical burns

3. Mental retardation or autism or any other mental disorder that makes it impossible to participate in an exercise program

4. Pregnancy
Resources
Schedule
Study duration and period
During hospital stay, and 2-3 weeks after discharge
Recruitment period
From April 13, 2015
Location
UC Davis Burn Center
2315 Stockton Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95817
Contact
Lynda Painting
Research Topic
Conditions:
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Late Effect of Burn
  • Muscle; Fatigue, Heart
  • Burn Rehabilitation

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