EFFECTS OF PROGRESSIVE RESISTANCE TRAINING PRIOR TO TOTAL HIP ARTHROPLASTY – ONE YEAR OUTCOME OF A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Published: 21-11-2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/8px7bz5g3b.1
Contributor:
Anders Holsgaard-Larsen

Description

Objective: To investigate one-year postoperative effect of preoperative resistance training (RT) in patients undergoing total hip arthroplasty (THA) on patient-reported outcomes on activity and function and objective outcomes on muscle strength and physical performance. Design: A 3-12 months follow-up of a randomized controlled trial. Patients scheduled for THA were randomized into: RT-group, twice a week for 10 weeks prior to THA, or ‘care as usual’ (CG). Primary endpoint is HOOS-ADL at 12 months follow-up. Secondary outcome measures are; other HOOS subscales, knee- and hip muscle strength plus function (gait, ascending/descending stairs, and sit-to-stand) at 3 and/or 12 months. The present data set contains raw anonymous data for the complete randomized controlled trail for baseline, prior to surgery, 3 months following surgery, 6 months following surgery, 9 months following surgery and 12 months following surgery. ClinicalTrials.gov: NCT01164111

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