Оценка физической активности у больных хронической обструктивной болезнью легких: рекомендации Европейского респираторного общества


https://doi.org/10.18093/0869-0189-2015-25-3-277-290

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В рекомендациях Европейского респираторного общества (ЕРО) приводятся консенсус экспертов ЕРО и современные представления о физической активности (ФА) больных хронической обструктивной болезнью легких (ХОБЛ). Дано определение ФА; показаны влияние ее снижения на легочную функцию; необходимость госпитализации и летальность у больных ХОБЛ; распространенность низкой ФА и ее корреляции с физическим состоянием больных; подходы к лечению, направленному на улучшение ФА при ХОБЛ; описаны методы оценки ФА при ХОБЛ. Представлены также направления будущих научных исследований: в первую очередь, способность ФА модифицировать течение заболевания; методы улучшения переносимости физических нагрузок и уменьшения одышки на фоне нагрузки.


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