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Adherence to singing training vs. physical training in COPD rehabilitation. / Kaasgaard, Mette; Rasmussen, Daniel Bech; Hjerrild Andreasson, Karen; Løkke, Anders; Vuust, Peter; Hilberg, Ole; Bodtger, Uffe.

2021. Abstract from ERS International Congress 2021, .

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Kaasgaard, M, Rasmussen, DB, Hjerrild Andreasson, K, Løkke, A, Vuust, P, Hilberg, O & Bodtger, U 2021, 'Adherence to singing training vs. physical training in COPD rehabilitation', ERS International Congress 2021, 04/09/2021 - 08/09/2021.

APA

Kaasgaard, M., Rasmussen, D. B., Hjerrild Andreasson, K., Løkke, A., Vuust, P., Hilberg, O., & Bodtger, U. (2021). Adherence to singing training vs. physical training in COPD rehabilitation. Abstract from ERS International Congress 2021, .

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Kaasgaard M, Rasmussen DB, Hjerrild Andreasson K, Løkke A, Vuust P, Hilberg O, Bodtger U. 2021. Adherence to singing training vs. physical training in COPD rehabilitation. Abstract from ERS International Congress 2021, .

MLA

Kaasgaard, Mette et al. Adherence to singing training vs. physical training in COPD rehabilitation. ERS International Congress 2021, 04 Sep 2021, Conference abstract for conference, 2021.

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Kaasgaard M, Rasmussen DB, Hjerrild Andreasson K, Løkke A, Vuust P, Hilberg O et al. Adherence to singing training vs. physical training in COPD rehabilitation. 2021. Abstract from ERS International Congress 2021, .

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Kaasgaard, Mette ; Rasmussen, Daniel Bech ; Hjerrild Andreasson, Karen ; Løkke, Anders ; Vuust, Peter ; Hilberg, Ole ; Bodtger, Uffe. / Adherence to singing training vs. physical training in COPD rehabilitation. Abstract from ERS International Congress 2021, .

Bibtex

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title = "Adherence to singing training vs. physical training in COPD rehabilitation",
abstract = "Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is a cornerstone in COPD care, however, maintaining high adherence rates is challenging. In a multicenter, randomized, controlled trial (RCT), we demonstrated that singing training (ST) was as effective as standard physical training (PT) in PR in improving Six-Minute Walk Test (6MWT) and superior concerning quality of life. There is no knowledge about impact of adherence on change in 6MWT and St George{\textquoteright}s Respiratory Questionnaire (SGRQ), or factors related to adherence. Thus, we performed Post hoc analyses of the RCT (effects of ST compared to PT in a 10 weeks{\textquoteright} PR programme in COPD). We did multivariable logistic regression analyses of 1) relationship between adherence (low: 0-49%; medium: 50-74%; high: 75-100%) and achieving clinically significant improvement of 6MWT (30 meters) and SGRQ score (4 units) from baseline to post-PR, and 2) factors related to medium or high adherence. We adjusted the regression models for training modality (ST or PT), baseline characteristics, COPD severity, and expectations towards singing. We included 270 patients in the RCT and found the proportions of patients with high adherence were similar between groups (ST: 60.7%; PT: 56.8%, p=0.90). Medium adherence and high adherence carried higher odds for improving 6MWT (medium: OR 5.6 [95%CI 1.4-22.4], p=0.02; high: OR 10.5 [3.0-36.6], p<0.001) and SGRQ (medium: OR 8.3 [2.1-32.7], p=0.003; high: OR 17.0 [4.9-58.3], p<0.001) (reference: low adherence) in the full sample. No single factor was related to adherence. We found positive dose-response relationships between adherence and improvements of 6MWT and SGRQ, and equal adherence in patients receiving singing training or physical training as part of PR. ",
author = "Mette Kaasgaard and Rasmussen, {Daniel Bech} and {Hjerrild Andreasson}, Karen and Anders L{\o}kke and Peter Vuust and Ole Hilberg and Uffe Bodtger",
year = "2021",
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note = "ERS International Congress 2021 ; Conference date: 04-09-2021 Through 08-09-2021",

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RIS

TY - ABST

T1 - Adherence to singing training vs. physical training in COPD rehabilitation

AU - Kaasgaard, Mette

AU - Rasmussen, Daniel Bech

AU - Hjerrild Andreasson, Karen

AU - Løkke, Anders

AU - Vuust, Peter

AU - Hilberg, Ole

AU - Bodtger, Uffe

PY - 2021

Y1 - 2021

N2 - Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is a cornerstone in COPD care, however, maintaining high adherence rates is challenging. In a multicenter, randomized, controlled trial (RCT), we demonstrated that singing training (ST) was as effective as standard physical training (PT) in PR in improving Six-Minute Walk Test (6MWT) and superior concerning quality of life. There is no knowledge about impact of adherence on change in 6MWT and St George’s Respiratory Questionnaire (SGRQ), or factors related to adherence. Thus, we performed Post hoc analyses of the RCT (effects of ST compared to PT in a 10 weeks’ PR programme in COPD). We did multivariable logistic regression analyses of 1) relationship between adherence (low: 0-49%; medium: 50-74%; high: 75-100%) and achieving clinically significant improvement of 6MWT (30 meters) and SGRQ score (4 units) from baseline to post-PR, and 2) factors related to medium or high adherence. We adjusted the regression models for training modality (ST or PT), baseline characteristics, COPD severity, and expectations towards singing. We included 270 patients in the RCT and found the proportions of patients with high adherence were similar between groups (ST: 60.7%; PT: 56.8%, p=0.90). Medium adherence and high adherence carried higher odds for improving 6MWT (medium: OR 5.6 [95%CI 1.4-22.4], p=0.02; high: OR 10.5 [3.0-36.6], p<0.001) and SGRQ (medium: OR 8.3 [2.1-32.7], p=0.003; high: OR 17.0 [4.9-58.3], p<0.001) (reference: low adherence) in the full sample. No single factor was related to adherence. We found positive dose-response relationships between adherence and improvements of 6MWT and SGRQ, and equal adherence in patients receiving singing training or physical training as part of PR.

AB - Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is a cornerstone in COPD care, however, maintaining high adherence rates is challenging. In a multicenter, randomized, controlled trial (RCT), we demonstrated that singing training (ST) was as effective as standard physical training (PT) in PR in improving Six-Minute Walk Test (6MWT) and superior concerning quality of life. There is no knowledge about impact of adherence on change in 6MWT and St George’s Respiratory Questionnaire (SGRQ), or factors related to adherence. Thus, we performed Post hoc analyses of the RCT (effects of ST compared to PT in a 10 weeks’ PR programme in COPD). We did multivariable logistic regression analyses of 1) relationship between adherence (low: 0-49%; medium: 50-74%; high: 75-100%) and achieving clinically significant improvement of 6MWT (30 meters) and SGRQ score (4 units) from baseline to post-PR, and 2) factors related to medium or high adherence. We adjusted the regression models for training modality (ST or PT), baseline characteristics, COPD severity, and expectations towards singing. We included 270 patients in the RCT and found the proportions of patients with high adherence were similar between groups (ST: 60.7%; PT: 56.8%, p=0.90). Medium adherence and high adherence carried higher odds for improving 6MWT (medium: OR 5.6 [95%CI 1.4-22.4], p=0.02; high: OR 10.5 [3.0-36.6], p<0.001) and SGRQ (medium: OR 8.3 [2.1-32.7], p=0.003; high: OR 17.0 [4.9-58.3], p<0.001) (reference: low adherence) in the full sample. No single factor was related to adherence. We found positive dose-response relationships between adherence and improvements of 6MWT and SGRQ, and equal adherence in patients receiving singing training or physical training as part of PR.

M3 - Conference abstract for conference

T2 - ERS International Congress 2021

Y2 - 4 September 2021 through 8 September 2021

ER -