David Perez Cruzado

David Perez Cruzado
Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia | UCAM · Grado en Terapia Ocupacional

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Purpose People with intellectual disabilities have lower levels of physical fitness compared with peers without intellectual disability, because of the high levels of sedentary behaviour in this population. This study aims to know the relationship between quality of life and physical fitness in adults with intellectual disability. Design/methodolo...
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Introducción: Los métodos de enseñanza utilizados en terapia ocupacional son numerosos y podrían clasificarse en dos grupos: métodos de enseñanza tradicionales y alternativos. La simulación es un método alternativo que permite el aprendizaje autónomo y el desarrollo de habilidades de pensamiento crítico de los estudiantes durante su participación a...
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Aims: To identify, critically appraise, and summarize instruments to measure dietary knowledge in patients with diabetes mellitus type 1 or 2. Design: Psychometric systematic review. Data sources: A comprehensive search was carried out during March 2020 in the followed databases: Medline, Web of Science, Open Grey, Cochrane Library, COSMIN dat...
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Background: Diabetes is a serious chronic disease associated with a large number of complications and an increased risk of premature death. A dietary evaluation is of utmost importance for health promotion, disease prevention and individual treatment plans in patients with diabetes. Methods: An exhaustive search was carried out in various databa...
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Aquatic therapy is one of the most common treatments for alleviating musculoskeletal pathologies. Its effectiveness has been evaluated with functional tests and questionnaires. Functional tests are used in aquatic therapy; however, in most cases, they are carried out in a non-aquatic environment and, as such, their results may differ from those of...
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Purpose: Interest in measuring the therapeutic alliance has grown in recent years in both the clinical field and the literature. Several instruments can be used to measure the therapeutic alliance in physiotherapy, and choosing the most appropriate one is challenging. The purpose of this systematic review was to (1) identify the instruments that ha...
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Background The relief of suffering is considered one of the main goals to reach at the end of life, and nurses play an essential role in the prevention and relief of suffering. Validated instruments for assessing suffering can be useful, and selection of the most appropriate measure is crucial. To date, no systematic review has been performed that...
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Background/Aim To know the differences in balance of people with intellectual disability with and without obesity. Method 549 people with intellectual disability were evaluated. Participants were categorized as obese or non‐obese according to their body mass index. All participants were evaluated with tests for static and semi‐static balance. Res...
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Background: The use of rehabilitation protocols carried out in water has been progressively increasing due to the favorable physical properties of the water. Electromyography allows one to register muscle activity even under water. Aim: To compare muscle activity between two groups (healthy young adults (HYA) and healthy older adults (HOA)) in t...
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Objective: Several instruments to measure patient satisfaction have been developed to assess satisfaction with physical therapy care. The selection of the most appropriate instrument is very important. The purpose of this study was to identify instruments for assessing satisfaction with physical therapy care and their psychometric properties and t...
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Objective: Chronic musculoskeletal pain disorders (CMPDs) are among the leading causes of disabilities across populations, resulting in high social and financial burden. This persistent pain condition may include the central sensitization (CS) phenomenon, which implies a wide range of symptoms and that may be taken into account in CMPD treatment....
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Background: People with severe mental disorders (SMDs) suffer problems of obesity, a sedentary life, and poor physical condition, mainly due to low levels of physical activity. Self-efficacy (SE) and social support (SS) are important components that influence participation in physical activity. Methods: This study adapted a scale to assess SE an...
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Background: Given the increase in the prevalence of muscular strength problems in people with intellectual and developmental disability and the potentially serious consequences for their day-to-day life, there is a need for comprehensive evaluations of strength. Aims: To design a new index of the muscular strength of people with intellectual and de...
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Background There are different instruments to measure energy expenditure in general population, but we do not know whether these instruments can be used in people with intellectual disability. Methods A sample of 33 participants was invited to wear a triaxial accelerometer during seven consecutive days. Energy expenditure was measured with the Int...
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Background Quality of life of people with severe mental illness may be decrease by the high occurrence of metabolic and cardiovascular diseases. Physical fitness emerges as a modifying factor in this population through physical activity and this modification could influence in the quality of life of this population. The aim of the present study is...
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Aims To identify instruments that could assess the quality of dying and death and their psychometric properties. Toassess the methodological quality of studies on measurement properties. Background A highquality of deathis regarded as a goal at the endoflife and, therefore, anassessment of the endoflife experience is essential. Many instruments ha...
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Background Physical fitness is a crucial variable in people with severe mental illness as these people could be more independent and improve their job opportunities. The present study compared the physical fitness of physically active and inactive people with severe mental illness. Methods Physical fitness was evaluated in sixty-two people with sev...
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Objective: The study aimed to analyze the differences between kinematic parameters in the single-leg stance (SLS) in patients with stroke and in healthy elderly people measured with 2 inertial sensors-1 in the trunk and 1 in the lumbar region. Methods: Two groups of participants were measured: the first group consisted of 5 healthy elderly peopl...
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Several studies have been carried out regarding different interventions in an effort to improve levels of physical activity in people with an intellectual disability (ID). Studies have been carried out regarding physical activity interventions (1), educational interventions (2), and multimodal interventions (3). New technologies are currently being...
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Background/aim: Stroke is a leading cause of disability in developed countries. One of the most widespread techniques in clinical practice is mirror therapy (MT). To determine the effectiveness of MT over other methods of intervention in the recovery of upper limb function in people who have had a stroke. Methods: A systematic review was conduct...
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Background: People with intellectual disability have poor levels of physical activity, quality of life, finess condition and self-efficy and social support when they want to undertake physical activity so it is very important to improve these parameters in this population. Method: A prospective study was conducted. Data were measured before and aft...
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Background: People with intellectual disability have poor levels of physical activity, quality of life, fitness condition and self-efficacy and social support when they want to undertake physical activity so it is very important to improve these parameters in this population.Method: A prospective study was conducted. Data were measured before and a...
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We usually find low levels of fitness condition affect other aspects of living for people with ID like dependency in carrying out activivities of daily living. Therefore we find high levels of dependency in activities of daily living due to poor fitness condition. The aim of the study is to explore the criterion validity of the Barthel index with a...
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Background and purpose: There are no published studies on the parameterisation and reliability of the single-leg stance (SLS) test with inertial sensors in stroke patients. Purpose: to analyse the reliability (intra-observer/inter-observer) and sensitivity of inertial sensors used for the SLS test in stroke patients. Secondary objective: to compar...
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People with intellectual disabilities (ID) have lower levels of physical activity and quality of life and they have a lot of barriers to face when taking part in physical activity. Other problems are the poor adherence to physical activity such people have so this study is designed to improve adherence to physical activity for people with intellect...

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