Effectiveness of Pre-operative Inspiratory Muscle Training on Post-Operative Recovery in patients undergone Abdominal Surgery- A Systematic Review

Authors

  • Dipalee Bhambale UnderGraduate Student
  • Dr. Archana Nagargoje Assistant Professor

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46858/VIMSJPT.4103

Abstract

Background – As there is effect of General Anaesthesia on respiratory muscles which also reduces mucocilliary escalator activity for 72 hours that leads to accumulation of mucus in alveola, and it further leads to atelectasis. To reduce all these complications, strength of respiratory muscle must be good. In this study we are mainly focusing on effect of pre-operative inspiratory muscle training improving the post-operative recovery to prevent complications in patients with abdominal surgery. Aims & Objectives- To study the effectiveness of pre-operative inspiratory muscle training on post-operative recovery in patients undergone abdominal surgery. Subjects and Method- Pre-operative exercises are beneficial for the patients under gone abdominal surgery to avoid post-operative pulmonary complications and get faster recovery. Hence, the purpose of the present systemic review is to provide an overview of the recent literature on the role of effectiveness of pre-operative inspiratory muscle training on post-operative recovery in patients undergone abdominal surgery. Articles published on an online electronic database were included. We included studies that were published in English. This systematic review included seven articles which were Randomised controlled trials, controlled trials, prospective study.   Result – 7 articles were reviewed out of which 6 articles shown the positive response on research question and 1 article did not showed much impact.                                                                                                                                       Conclusion –The studies show that preoperative inspiratory muscle training will improve post-operative recovery.                                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

Author Biographies

Dipalee Bhambale, UnderGraduate Student

UnderGraduate Student, Department of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences Physiotherapy, D.V.V.P.F.’S College of Physiotherapy, Ahmednagar

Dr. Archana Nagargoje , Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor, Department of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences Physiotherapy, D.V.V.P.F.’S College of Physiotherapy, Ahmednagar.

Keywords:

Keywords – Abdominal surgery, inspiratory muscle training, preoperative, post-operative, pulmonary complications.

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2022-08-13

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Bhambale, D., & Nagargoje (PT), D. A. . (2022). Effectiveness of Pre-operative Inspiratory Muscle Training on Post-Operative Recovery in patients undergone Abdominal Surgery- A Systematic Review. VIMS JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL THERAPY, 4(1), 10-18. https://doi.org/10.46858/VIMSJPT.4103

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