Year 2019, Volume 4 , Issue 3, Pages 108 - 114 2019-12-31

Kişiselleştirilmiş fiziksel aktivite danışmanlığı verilen hastalarda pedometrenin kan basıncına etkisi
The effect of pedometer on blood pressure in patients with personalized physical activity counselling

Yusuf Haydar ERTEKİN [1]


Giriş: Modern, elektronik ve trend bir yöntem olarak pedometre kullanımının fiziksel aktiviteye ve dolayısıyla kan basıncına etkisi çalışmamızın araştırma konusudur.

Yöntem: Kontrol, yürüyüş (PAC) ve pedometre (PAC-PED) gruplarına katılımcılar random atanarak kişiselleştirilmiş fiziksel aktivite reçete edildi. PAC grubuna yaptıkları egzersizleri verdiğimiz kartlara not ederek, PAC-PED grubuna ise pedometreyle egzersizleri takip etmelerini istedik. Kontrol grubu ise takibe alınmadı.

Bulgular: Kontrol grubuna 14, PAC grubuna 7, PAC-PED grubuna 7 hasta random atandı. Tüm katılımcıların yaş ortalaması 51,2 ± 14,5, cinsiyete göre kadınların oranı %82,1, erkeklerin %17,9 saptandı. Katılımcıların kan basıncı ortalaması sistolik ve diyastolik için sırasıyla 118,4 ± 19,4 ve 72,3 ± 13,7, IPAQ puanı ortalama 900,6 ± 852,6 saptandı. Katılımcılar ortalama 2,1 ± 1,3 (0,65 – 6,33) ay takip edildi. Grupların önceki ve sonraki kendi kan basıncı değerleri arasında fark olmadı. Ancak PAC-PED grubu ile kontrol grubu arasında kan basıncı ortalama farkları arasındaki (ortalama kan basıncı değişimi) değerleri arasında anlamlı fark saptandı.

Sonuç:  Kişiselleştirilmiş fiziksel aktivite verilen hastalarda kan basıncı düşüş olmamaktadır. Ancak takip kartı yerine pedometre kullanılmaması hiçbir takip metodu kullanılmamasına karşı kan basıncı değerleri üzerine olumlu etkisi olabilmektedir.

Anahtar Kelimeler: fiziksel aktivite, pedometre, kan basıncı

Introduction: The modern, electronic and trending method of studying the effect of the use of a pedometer on physical activity and hence the effect of body fat rate is a research topic.

Methods: Participants were randomly assigned to control, walking (PAC) and pedometer (PAC-PED) groups, and personalized physical activity was prescribed. We wanted to note the practices we had on the PAC group for the exercises and follow the exercises on the PAC-PED group with the pedometer. The control group was not followed.

Results: 52 patients in the control group, patients in the PAC group and patients in the PAC-PED group were randomly assigned. The mean age of all participants was 51.2 ± 14.5, the proportion of women by sex was 82.1%, and that of men was 17.9%. The mean blood pressures in systolic and diastolic values of the participants was 118.4 ± 19.4 and 72.3 ± 13.7, respectively. mean IPAQ score was 900.6 ± 852.6. Participants were followed as mean of 2.1 ± 1.3 (0.65 – 6.33) months. There was no difference between the groups as previous and next blood pressure values. However, there was a significant difference between the PAC-PED group and the control group in terms of mean blood pressure differences.

Conclusion: There is no decrease in blood pressure in patients given individualized physical activity. However, the use of a pedometer instead of a follow-up card may have a positive effect on blood pressure values despite no monitoring method being used.

Keywords: physical activity, pedometer, blood pressure

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Primary Language en
Subjects General and Internal Medicine
Published Date Dec 2019
Journal Section Original Research
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-2016-9159
Author: Yusuf Haydar ERTEKİN (Primary Author)
Institution: Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Canakkale
Country: Turkey


Supporting Institution Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart Üniversitesi Bilimsel Araştırma Projeleri Koordinasyon Birimi
Project Number TTU-2016-578
Thanks Arş Gör. Dr. Sinem Bilgen'e, datanın edinimine olan katkısı için teşekkür ederim.
Dates

Application Date : October 29, 2019
Acceptance Date : December 25, 2019
Publication Date : December 31, 2019

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APA Erteki̇n, Y . (2019). The effect of pedometer on blood pressure in patients with personalized physical activity counselling . Family Practice and Palliative Care , 4 (3) , 108-114 . DOI: 10.22391/fppc.639672
MLA Erteki̇n, Y . "The effect of pedometer on blood pressure in patients with personalized physical activity counselling" . Family Practice and Palliative Care 4 (2019 ): 108-114 <http://www.fppc.com.tr/en/pub/issue/50274/639672>
Chicago Erteki̇n, Y . "The effect of pedometer on blood pressure in patients with personalized physical activity counselling". Family Practice and Palliative Care 4 (2019 ): 108-114
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ISNAD Erteki̇n, Yusuf Haydar . "The effect of pedometer on blood pressure in patients with personalized physical activity counselling". Family Practice and Palliative Care 4 / 3 (December 2020): 108-114 . https://doi.org/10.22391/fppc.639672
AMA Erteki̇n Y . The effect of pedometer on blood pressure in patients with personalized physical activity counselling. Fam Pract Palliat Care. 2019; 4(3): 108-114.
Vancouver Erteki̇n Y . The effect of pedometer on blood pressure in patients with personalized physical activity counselling. Family Practice and Palliative Care. 2019; 4(3): 108-114.