The Role of Pedometer Based Walking Exercise To Quadriceps Muscle, Quality of Life, Benefit, and Cost in Stable COPD Patient

Jatu Aviani, Suradi Suradi, Ana Rima

Abstract


Background: Quadriceps muscle dysfunction in COPD is caused by systemic or local inflammation, hypoxia, hypercapnia, corticosteroid use, nutritional depletion, anabolic / catabolic hormone imbalances, oxidative stress, genetic susceptibility, and decreased daily activity. Decreased quadriceps muscle strength reduces exercise capacity, physical activity, increased shortness of breath, and decreased quality of life. Walking increases the quadriceps muscle strenght and overcomes deconditioning. The purpose of this study was to analyze effect of pedometer-based exercise on quadriceps muscle strength, quality of life, benefits, and cost of patients with stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Methods: A clinical study with experimental quasi pre-post test control group design using consecutive sampling was performed in patient’s with stable COPD in Dr.Moewardi Hospital from September to November 2018. Subjects were divided into intervention group which were given pedometer based walking exercise for six weeks and control group with standard rehabilitation. Quadriceps muscle strength, SGRQ score, LCADL score, and cost effectiveness were measured before and after exercise.
Results: Twenty seven patients of stable COPD were included in this study. The intervention groups showed increased quadriceps muscle strength (2,58+0,49), decreased SGRQ scores (23,39+6,60), decreased LCDAL scores (-5,69+2,18), and cost effectiveness compared to control group (p<0,005).
Conclusion: Pedometer based walking exercise within six weeks increased quadriceps muscle strength, quality of life, benefit, and cost effectiveness in stable COPD patients.

Keywords


stable COPD, quadriceps muscle strenght, SGRQ, LCDAL, cost

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