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Factorial analysis of the Brazilian-Portuguese version of the Work Ability Index, reproducibility and validity of the single item and the short version for online application
Renata Lumena Altruda Pucci, Anderson Martins da Silva, Rosimeire Simprini Padula
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Highlights

  • This is a factor analysis of the Brazilian-Portuguese version of the WAI questionnaire.

  • The various WAI versions, completed online, have adequate measurement properties.

  • The general construct validity of work ability can be evaluated using shorter versions of the WAI.

  • The WAI is a good questionnaire to evaluate the work ability of Brazilian workers.

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Available online 1 March 2024
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Quantity and quality are increasing but there's room for improvement: A scoping review of physical activity intervention trials
Marina B Pinheiro, Ana Helena S Reis, Jennifer N Baldwin, Anne M Moseley, Vishwesh Bapat, Courtney S Chan, Wing S. Kwok, Catherine Sherrington
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Highlights

  • There are 1779 physical activity trials in the physiotherapy evidence database (PEDro).

  • The mean (SD) PEDro score was 5.3 (1.5) points out of 10, reflecting ‘fair to poor’ quality.

  • Journal impact factor is weakly correlated with trial quality (0.21, p < 0.001).

  • We make five recommendations to improve future trial quality.

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Available online 1 March 2024
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Can a clinical assessment predict the functional status progression in patients with femoroacetabular impingement syndrome?
Viviane Bortoluzzi Frasson, Marco Aurélio Vaz, Marco Aurélio Telöken, Paulo David Fortis Gusmão, Marcus Vinicius Crestani, Bruno Manfredini Baroni
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Highlights

  • Knowledge regarding predictive factors is essential in patients with FAIS.

  • iHOT-33, a normal FV and BMI can predict the iHOT-33 delta score.

  • Muscle strength and joint mobility were not prognostic factors.

  • This study helps to align patients’ expectations with their potential outcome.

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Available online 1 March 2024
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Development, reliability, and validity of the mobility assessment scale in hospitalized patients (HMob)
Isis Resende Ramos, Joice Sousa Santos, Maria Cecilia Pires dos Santos, Daruane Ferreira da Silva, Iura Gonzalez Nogueira Alves, Mansueto Gomes Neto, Bruno Prata Martinez
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Highlights

  • The HMob scale showed excellent internal consistency and reliability.

  • The HMOB scale presents concurrent validity with the FSS and FIM scales.

  • The HMOB scale can be used in daily practice to measure mobility in hospital.

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Effectiveness of non-invasive therapies on pain, maximum grip strength, disability, and quality of life for lateral elbow tendinopathy: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Mariana G.M. Campos, Laísa B. Maia, Rodrigo O. Mascarenhas, Bianca M. Lourenço, Nicholas Henschke, Vinicius C. Oliveira
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Highlights

  • Non-invasive therapies are first-line interventions for lateral elbow tendinopathy.

  • Acupuncture and BMV are effective for disability in the short-term.

  • The long-term effects of non-invasive intervention are unknown.

  • Clinicians should be cautious in decision making as the evidence is still unclear.

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Available online 1 March 2024
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Social responsiveness in children with developmental coordination disorder
Amy De Roubaix, Herbert Roeyers, Hilde Van Waelvelde, Lynn Bar-On
Braz J Phys Ther. 2024;28:100591
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Highlights

  • Children with DCD experience social responsiveness difficulties even without ASD.

  • These social responsiveness difficulties are not only a secondary consequence.

  • ASD might be underdiagnosed in children with DCD.

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Prevalence of disabling musculoskeletal pain in children and adolescents in Brazil: A cross-sectional study
Bruna Alves Hatakeyama, Bárbara Isabel Aparecida Camargo, Verônica Souza Santos, Mariana Nascimento Leite, Caique de Melo do Espirito Santo, Steven J. Kamper, Chris G. Maher, Leonardo Oliveira Pena Costa, Tiê P. Yamato
Braz J Phys Ther. 2024;28:100593
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Highlights

  • Almost three in every 10 children and adolescent had disabling musculoskeletal pain.

  • Children and adolescents felt disabling musculoskeletal pain most on back and legs.

  • Parents tend to underestimate the presence of pain in their children.

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The minimal important difference for the Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke Patients in the subacute stage
Hung-Pin Lien, Yun-Jer Shieh, Chih-Ping Chen, Yi-Jing Huang, Inga Wang, Mei-Hsiang Chen, Ching-Lin Hsieh
Braz J Phys Ther. 2024;28:100595
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Highlights

  • The minimal important difference (MID) of the PASS was 3.0 points.

  • The MID helps in interpreting the clinical values of treatment outcomes.

  • The MID is crucial for patient-centered and evidence-based practice

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