Agente: Cold Ice

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Ergogenic effects of precooling with cold water immersion and ice ingestion: A meta-analysis.

Choo HC, Nosaka K, Peiffer JJ, Ihsan M, Abbiss CR

This review evaluated the effects of precooling via cold water immersion (CWI) and ingestion of ice slurry/slushy or crushed ice (ICE) on endurance performance measures (e.g. time-to-exhaustion and time trials) and psychophysiological parameters (core [T] and skin [T] temperatures, whole body sweat [WBS] response, heart rate [HR], thermal sensation [TS],...

PMID: 29173092

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Cooling during exercise enhances performances, but the cooled body areas matter: A systematic review with meta-analyses.

Douzi W, Dugué B, Vinches L, Al Sayed C, Hallé S, Bosquet L, Dupuy O

Hyperthermia during exercise induces central and peripheral fatigue and impairs physical performance. To facilitate heat loss and optimize performance, athletes can hasten body cooling prior (pre-cooling) or during (per-cooling) exercise. However, it is unclear whether per-cooling effect is the same on ‘aerobic’ and ‘anaerobic’ types of exercise (duration 76 seconds, respectively,...

PMID: 31340407

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Minimally Invasive Treatment of Chronic Ankle Instability: a Comprehensive Review.

Urits I, Hasegawa M, Orhurhu V, Peck J, Kelly AC, Kaye RJ, Orhurhu MS, Brinkman J, Giacomazzi S, Foster L, Manchikanti L, Kaye AD, Viswanath O

Chronic ankle pain is a prevalent and significant cause of chronic pain. While the definition of chronic ankle pain is heterogeneous and poorly defined in the literature, systematic reviews and meta-analyses have estimated this condition to be a prevalent and debilitating source of chronic pain. The most identifiable and prominent...

PMID: 32020393

Rehabilitation Therapy in Perioperative Pain Management.

Flaherty MJ

Physical agent modalities can be effective in the perioperative period for controlling pain and inflammation. This article presents research-based evidence to support the use of these modalities in pain management and to reduce the use of pain medications, including opioids. The mechanism of action, applications, contraindications, and adverse effects of...

PMID: 31473030

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Short-term cryotherapy did not substantially reduce pain and had unclear effects on physical function and quality of life in people with knee osteoarthritis: a randomised trial.

Dantas LO, Breda CC, da Silva Serrao PRM, Aburquerque-Sendín F, Serafim Jorge AE, Cunha JE, Barbosa GM, Durigan JLQ, Salvini TF

Does short-term cryotherapy improve pain, function and quality of life in people with knee osteoarthritis (OA)? Randomised controlled trial with concealed allocation, blinded assessment of some outcomes, and intention-to-treat analysis. People living in the community with knee OA. The experimental group received cryotherapy, delivered as packs of crushed ice applied...

PMID: 31521551

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What is the evidence for rest, ice, compression, and elevation therapy in the treatment of ankle sprains in adults?

van den Bekerom MP, Struijs PA, Blankevoort L, Welling L, van Dijk CN, Kerkhoffs GM

Ankle sprains are common problems in acute medical care. The variation in treatment observed for the acutely injured lateral ankle ligament complex in the first week after the injury suggests a lack of evidence-based management strategies for this problem. To analyze the effectiveness of applying rest, ice, compression, and elevation...

PMID: 22889660

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An investigation of the use of a numeric pain rating scale with ice application to the neck to determine cold hyperalgesia.

Maxwell S, Sterling M

The presence of cold hyperalgesia is a predictor of poor health outcomes following whiplash injury. An appropriate clinical test to identify cold hyperalgesia may help in gauging the prognosis. A repeated measures, within subjects design was used. Sixty-three participants with chronic Whiplash Associated Disorder (WAD) (grade II and III) underwent...

PMID: 22892206

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Temperature-controlled continuous cold flow device versus traditional icing regimen following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: a prospective randomized comparative trial.

Ruffilli A, Buda R, Castagnini F, Di Nicolantonio D, Evangelisti G, Giannini S, Faldini C

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction requires an intensive rehabilitation program to be completely successful. Cryotherapy has been described to be helpful in reducing post-operative pain and edema. Aim of this prospective randomized study is to compare two homogeneous groups of patients, one receiving traditional icing regimen and the other a...

PMID: 26141535

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The use of thermal imaging to assess the effectiveness of ice massage and cold-water immersion as methods for supporting post-exercise recovery.

Adamczyk JG, Krasowska I, Boguszewski D, Reaburn P

Cold water immersion (CWI) and ice massage (IM) are commonly used treatments to prevent the delay onset of muscle soreness (DOMS); however, little is known on their relative benefits and effectiveness to lower tissue temperature. This study was designed to evaluate the effectiveness of IM and CMI on tissue temperature...

PMID: 27503712

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Multifaceted Comparison of Two Cryotherapy Devices Used After Total Knee Arthroplasty: Cryotherapy Device Comparison.

Schinsky MF, McCune C, Bonomi J

Some form of cryotherapy used after total knee arthroplasty is commonplace. However, various factors determine the specific device deployed. This study aimed to answer the following questions: : A group of 100 patients undergoing primary total knee arthroplasty by a single surgeon were enrolled in an institutional review board-approved, prospective...

PMID: 27648792

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