Practice guidelines for cardiovascular fitness and strengthening exercise prescription after burn injury

Bernadette Nedelec, Ingrid Parry, Hernish Acharya, Lynne Benavides, Sara Bills, Janelle L. Bucher, Joanne Cheal, Annick Chouinard, Donna Crump, Sarah Duch, Matthew Godleski, Jennifer Guenther, Catherine Knox, Eric Labonte, David Lorello, J. Xavier Lucio, Lori E. Macdonald, Jennifer Kemp-Offenberg, Candice Osborne, Kara PontiusMiranda Yelvington, Ana De Oliveira, Lorie A. Kloda

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The objective of this review was to systematically evaluate the available clinical evidence for the prescription of strength training and cardiovascular endurance exercise programs for pediatric and adult burn survivors so that practice guidelines could be proposed. This review provides evidence-based recommendations specifically for rehabilitation professionals who are responsible for burn survivor rehabilitation. Summary recommendations were made after the literature was retrieved by systematic review, was critically appraised by multiple authors and the level of evidence determined in accordance with the Oxford Centre for Evidence-based Medicine criteria.1 Although gaps in the literature persist and should be addressed in future research projects, currently, strong research evidence supports the prescription of strength training and aerobic conditioning exercise programs for both adult and pediatric burn survivors when in the presence of strength limitations and/or decreased cardiovascular endurance after evaluation.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)e539-e558
JournalJournal of Burn Care and Research
Volume37
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2016

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Resistance Training
Practice Guidelines
Prescriptions
Rehabilitation
Pediatrics
Evidence-Based Medicine
Wounds and Injuries
Exercise
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  • Surgery
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Rehabilitation

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Nedelec, B., Parry, I., Acharya, H., Benavides, L., Bills, S., Bucher, J. L., ... Kloda, L. A. (2016). Practice guidelines for cardiovascular fitness and strengthening exercise prescription after burn injury. Journal of Burn Care and Research, 37(6), e539-e558. https://doi.org/10.1097/BCR.0000000000000282

Practice guidelines for cardiovascular fitness and strengthening exercise prescription after burn injury. / Nedelec, Bernadette; Parry, Ingrid; Acharya, Hernish; Benavides, Lynne; Bills, Sara; Bucher, Janelle L.; Cheal, Joanne; Chouinard, Annick; Crump, Donna; Duch, Sarah; Godleski, Matthew; Guenther, Jennifer; Knox, Catherine; Labonte, Eric; Lorello, David; Lucio, J. Xavier; Macdonald, Lori E.; Kemp-Offenberg, Jennifer; Osborne, Candice; Pontius, Kara; Yelvington, Miranda; De Oliveira, Ana; Kloda, Lorie A.

In: Journal of Burn Care and Research, Vol. 37, No. 6, 01.01.2016, p. e539-e558.

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Nedelec, B, Parry, I, Acharya, H, Benavides, L, Bills, S, Bucher, JL, Cheal, J, Chouinard, A, Crump, D, Duch, S, Godleski, M, Guenther, J, Knox, C, Labonte, E, Lorello, D, Lucio, JX, Macdonald, LE, Kemp-Offenberg, J, Osborne, C, Pontius, K, Yelvington, M, De Oliveira, A & Kloda, LA 2016, 'Practice guidelines for cardiovascular fitness and strengthening exercise prescription after burn injury', Journal of Burn Care and Research, vol. 37, no. 6, pp. e539-e558. https://doi.org/10.1097/BCR.0000000000000282
Nedelec, Bernadette ; Parry, Ingrid ; Acharya, Hernish ; Benavides, Lynne ; Bills, Sara ; Bucher, Janelle L. ; Cheal, Joanne ; Chouinard, Annick ; Crump, Donna ; Duch, Sarah ; Godleski, Matthew ; Guenther, Jennifer ; Knox, Catherine ; Labonte, Eric ; Lorello, David ; Lucio, J. Xavier ; Macdonald, Lori E. ; Kemp-Offenberg, Jennifer ; Osborne, Candice ; Pontius, Kara ; Yelvington, Miranda ; De Oliveira, Ana ; Kloda, Lorie A. / Practice guidelines for cardiovascular fitness and strengthening exercise prescription after burn injury. In: Journal of Burn Care and Research. 2016 ; Vol. 37, No. 6. pp. e539-e558.
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