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Correlation Between Muscle Strength, Pulmonary Function and Respiratory Muscle in Children with Cerebral Palsy
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Correlation Between Muscle Strength, Pulmonary Function and Respiratory Muscle in Children with Cerebral Palsy
Shin, Seung-Oh; Kim, Nan-Su;
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 Abstract
PURPOSE: This study was conducted to determine correlations between grip and lower limb muscle strength and pulmonary function and respiratory muscle in children with cerebral palsy. METHODS: Subjects were 17 children with cerebral palsy. Inclusion criteria for participation were having GMFCS from I to III grade and ability to independently blow into a spirometer. Pulmonary function and respiratory muscle were measured with a spirometer. All subjects performed maximal expiratory flow maneuvers using a spirometer in order to determine their forced expiratory volume in 1 second (FEV1), forced vital capacity (FVC), peak expiratory flow (PEF) and FEV1/FVC, and maximum inspiratory pressure (MIP) and maximum expiratory pressure (MEP). Muscle strength was measured in terms of grip strength and lower limb muscle strength in terms of knee extension strength with a dynamometer and manual digital muscle tester respectively. Data were analyzed using Person product correlation. RESULTS: Grip strength significantly positively correlated with FVC (r
 Keywords
Cerebral palsy;Grip strength;Pulmonary function;Quadriceps muscle strength;Respiratory muscle;
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Korean
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