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Differences in muscle activation patterns during sit to stand task among subjects with and without intellectual disability.

Cuesta-Vargas AI, González-Sánchez M - Biomed Res Int (2013)

Bottom Line: The means of the basic features in both groups were 22.13 and 22.83 for age, 66.38 and 67.67 for weight, and 173.38 and 174.33 for height, for the ID (n = 8) and without ID (n = 7) groups, respectively.Each subject performed three sets of five repetitions during which, starting from sitting, they had to get up and sit on the chair.The results showed differences in the pattern of muscle activity between groups during sitting to standing movement.

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Affiliation: School of Clinical Sciences, Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Victoria Park Road, Kelvin Grove, QLD 4059, Australia ; Department of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Malaga, 29071 Málaga, Spain.

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The aim of this study is to analyse the differences in muscle activity between subjects who have intellectual disability and healthy subjects when they make the transition from sitting to standing positions. A cross-sectional study. A group of adults was divided into two subgroups: with and without intellectual disability (ID). The means of the basic features in both groups were 22.13 and 22.83 for age, 66.38 and 67.67 for weight, and 173.38 and 174.33 for height, for the ID (n = 8) and without ID (n = 7) groups, respectively. Each subject performed three sets of five repetitions during which, starting from sitting, they had to get up and sit on the chair. The recording of muscle activity was performed using surface electromyography taking the measures of muscle activity of different muscles of the lower limbs. The results showed differences in the pattern of muscle activity between groups during sitting to standing movement.

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Distribution of muscle activation in ID subjects. 43 cm.
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fig4: Distribution of muscle activation in ID subjects. 43 cm.

Mentions: In addition, Table 2 shows the normalised distribution of the entire STS movement when the seat was at a height of 43 cm. Figures 4 and 5 allow more global results to be seen and indicate how three of the muscles have a stake in the sequence that is far more important than the sum of all of the others. An example of an electromyographic recording can be seen in Figure 6.


Differences in muscle activation patterns during sit to stand task among subjects with and without intellectual disability.

Cuesta-Vargas AI, González-Sánchez M - Biomed Res Int (2013)

Distribution of muscle activation in ID subjects. 43 cm.
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fig4: Distribution of muscle activation in ID subjects. 43 cm.
Mentions: In addition, Table 2 shows the normalised distribution of the entire STS movement when the seat was at a height of 43 cm. Figures 4 and 5 allow more global results to be seen and indicate how three of the muscles have a stake in the sequence that is far more important than the sum of all of the others. An example of an electromyographic recording can be seen in Figure 6.

Bottom Line: The means of the basic features in both groups were 22.13 and 22.83 for age, 66.38 and 67.67 for weight, and 173.38 and 174.33 for height, for the ID (n = 8) and without ID (n = 7) groups, respectively.Each subject performed three sets of five repetitions during which, starting from sitting, they had to get up and sit on the chair.The results showed differences in the pattern of muscle activity between groups during sitting to standing movement.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: School of Clinical Sciences, Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Victoria Park Road, Kelvin Grove, QLD 4059, Australia ; Department of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Malaga, 29071 Málaga, Spain.

ABSTRACT
The aim of this study is to analyse the differences in muscle activity between subjects who have intellectual disability and healthy subjects when they make the transition from sitting to standing positions. A cross-sectional study. A group of adults was divided into two subgroups: with and without intellectual disability (ID). The means of the basic features in both groups were 22.13 and 22.83 for age, 66.38 and 67.67 for weight, and 173.38 and 174.33 for height, for the ID (n = 8) and without ID (n = 7) groups, respectively. Each subject performed three sets of five repetitions during which, starting from sitting, they had to get up and sit on the chair. The recording of muscle activity was performed using surface electromyography taking the measures of muscle activity of different muscles of the lower limbs. The results showed differences in the pattern of muscle activity between groups during sitting to standing movement.

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Related in: MedlinePlus