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O (EL) WALKING IMPAIRMENT QUESTIONNAIRE EM INDIVIDUOS COM CLAUDICAÇAO INTERMITENTE

O (EL) WALKING IMPAIRMENT QUESTIONNAIRE EM INDIVIDUOS COM CLAUDICAÇAO INTERMITENTE

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A quantificação da capacidade de locomoção dos (La cuantificación de la capacidad de movilidad de los) pacientes com claudicação intermitente é relevante para as condutas (es relevante para las conductas) terapêuticas a serem realizadas frente a esses pacientes. O Walking Impairment Questionnaire é um instrumento válido, reprodutível e que está relacionado com diferentes indicadores de saúde em (de salud en) pacientes com claudicação intermitente.
menendezritti9_103012.jpg Autor:
Raphael Mendes Ritti-dias
Columnista Experto de SIIC

Institución:
Universidade de Pernambuco (UPE)


Artículos publicados por Raphael Mendes Ritti-dias
Coautores
J Paulo dos Anjos Barbosa* B Remígio Cavalcante** R Marinho Falcão Batista** 
Mestre em Educação Física, Universidade de Pernambuco (UPE), Recife, Brasil*
Graduando em Educação Física, Universidade de Pernambuco (UPE), Recife, Brasil**
Recepción del artículo
22 de Julio, 2012
Aprobación
1 de Octubre, 2012
Primera edición
5 de Noviembre, 2012
Segunda edición, ampliada y corregida
7 de Junio, 2021

Resumen
Introdução: A quantificação da capacidade de locomoção dos pacientes com claudicação intermitente (CI) é relevante visto que pode fornecer subsídios para a as condutas terapêuticas a serem realizadas frente a esses pacientes. Para tanto, o Walking Impairment Questionnaire (WIQ) foi elaborado para quantificar a capacidade funcional em indivíduos com CI. Objetivo: Descrever os principais resultados dos estudos que utilizaram o WIQ em indivíduos com CI. Métodos: Foi realizada uma revisão narrativa da literatura com base nos estudos que utilizaram o WIQ. Resultados: O WIQ já foi traduzido e validado em diferentes idiomas, tais como inglês, holandês, espanhol, português e chinês, contra testes de esteira, de força e questionários de qualidade de vida. Em todos eles foram observadas correlações significantes que variaram de r=0,25 a r=0,86, e bons indicadores de reprodutibilidade que variaram de r=0,78 a r=0,94. Estudos demonstraram que os resultados do WIQ estão relacionados com os indicadores clínicos da doença, da qualidade de vida e da aptidão física. Além disso, os efeitos de programas de treinamento físico também são identificados pelo WIQ. Conclusão: O WIQ é um instrumento válido, reprodutível e que está relacionado com diferentes indicadores de saúde em pacientes com CI.

Palabras clave
doença arterial periférica, claudicação intermitente, limitação de locomoção, revisão


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Abstract
Introduction: The quantification of walking capacity in patients with intermittent claudication (IC) is important since it can provide support for the therapeutic procedures used in these patients. The Walking Impairment Questionnaire (WIQ) was developed to quantify functional capacity in individuals with IC Purpose: To describe the main findings of studies which used WIQ in individuals with IC. Methods: A narrative review of the literature was performed based on the studies that had used WIQ. Results: WIQ has been translated and validated in different languages such as English, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese. WIQ domains have been validated against treadmill testing, strength and quality of life questionnaires. In all of them significant correlations were observed ranging from r = 0.25 to r = 0.86. The results of these studies showed good reliability of the instrument indicators, ranging from r = 0.78 to r = 0.94. The results of WIQ are related to the clinical indicators of disease, quality of life and physical fitness. Moreover, the effects of supervised exercise training are also detected with WIQ Conclusion: WIQ is a valid and reliable instrument that is related to several health indicators in patients with IC.

Key words
peripheral arterial disease, intermittent claudication, mobility limitation, review


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Especialidades
Principal: Cardiología, Medicina Interna
Relacionadas: Atención Primaria, Cirugía, Geriatría, Medicina Deportiva, Medicina Familiar



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