The purpose of this clinical trial, sponsored by Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, is based on how improvement in inspiratory muscle function might result in beneficial changes in breathing pattern during whole body exercise. The hypothesis is the effect of inspiratory muscle training as an adjunct to a pulmonary rehabilitation program improves the breathing pattern during an
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On March 04, 2014 ClinicalTrials.gov processed data on a new Clinical Trial: “Effects of Inspiratory Muscle Training (IMT) on Dyspnea in COPD During Pulmonary Rehabilitation: Randomized Controlled Trial” Brief Summary of the Clinical Trial “Demonstrate that IMT associated with a conventional pulmonary rehabilitation program allows a significant improvement of dyspnea in subjects with severe or
Four Weeks of Inspiratory Muscle Training Improves Self-Paced Walking Performance in Overweight and Obese Adults: A Randomised Controlled Trial
A new Clinical Study, published in the Journal of Obesity (Volume 2012, Article ID 918202), examined whether a programme of inspiratory muscle training (IMT), using POWERbreathe, improves accumulative distance of self-paced walking in overweight and obese adults. Fifteen overweight and obese adults were randomised into experimental and placebo groups. Lung function, inspiratory muscle performance, 6-minute