TITLE

Diaphragmatic mobility in healthy subjects during incentive spirometry with a flow-oriented device and with a volume-oriented device

AUTHOR(S)
Yamaguti, Wellington Pereira Dos Santos; Sakamoto, Eliana Takahama; Panazzolo, Danilo; Peixoto, Corina Da Cunha; Cerri, Giovanni Guido; Albuquerque, André Luis Pereira
PUB. DATE
November 2010
SOURCE
Jornal Brasileiro de Pneumologia;nov2010, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p738
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Objective: To compare the diaphragmatic mobility of healthy subjects during incentive spirometry with a volume-oriented device, during incentive spirometry with a flow-oriented device, and during diaphragmatic breathing. To compare men and women in terms of diaphragmatic mobility during these three types of breathing exercises. Methods: We evaluated the pulmonary function and diaphragmatic mobility of 17 adult healthy volunteers (9 women and 8 men). Diaphragmatic mobility was measured via ultrasound during diaphragmatic breathing and during the use of the two types of incentive spirometers. Results: Diaphragmatic mobility was significantly greater during the use of the volume-oriented incentive spirometer than during the use of the flow-oriented incentive spirometer (70.16 ± 12.83 mm vs. 63.66 ± 10.82 mm; p = 0.02). Diaphragmatic breathing led to a greater diaphragmatic mobility than did the use of the flow-oriented incentive spirometer (69.62 ± 11.83 mm vs. 63.66 ± 10.82 mm; p = 0.02). During all three types of breathing exercises, the women showed a higher mobility/FVC ratio than did the men. Conclusions: Incentive spirometry with a volume-oriented device and diaphragmatic breathing promoted greater diaphragmatic mobility than did incentive spirometry with a flow-oriented device. Women performed better on the three types of breathing exercises than did men.
ACCESSION #
70559396

 

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