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Fabre, Claudine (1968-....).

Overview
Works: 9 works in 12 publications in 1 language and 16 library holdings
Roles: Thesis advisor, Collector, Other, Opponent
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Most widely held works by Claudine Fabre
Gymmémoire : guide pour l'animation seniors by Janick Massé-Biron( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Etudes des réponses et stratégies ventilatoires en fonction de la modalité d'exercice chez des enfants prépubères sains et des enfants prépubères atteints de mucoviscidose by Benoît Borel( Book )

2 editions published in 2009 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Exercise flow/volume loops allow one to study the ventilatory response of a subject and could bring information on the origin and the severity of mechanical ventilatory constraints potentially observed during exercise. Few studies have focused on the effect of an exercise on the adaptation of ventilatory response in prepubescent children with exercise flow/volume loop methodology. However, the characteristics of the children's pulmonary system could induce a specific adaptation of ventilatory response during exercise in prepubescent children in comparison with the adult. Moreover, the exposition to a chronic respiratory disease like cystic fibrosis could accentuate the specificity of ventilatory response during exercise in prepubescent children. The first aim of this work was to study the adaptation of the ventilatory response during an incremental exercise in healthy children and children with cystic fibrosis. Our results have confirmed the existence of a specific ventilatory response in prepubescent children and the occurrence of mechanical ventilatory constraints during incremental exercise. Cystic fibrosis seems to have no effect on the adaptation of the ventilatory response during incremental exercise. However, incremental exercise was not representative of the physical activity frequently performed by children. The second aim of this work was to determine the effect of the exercise modality: continuous vs. intermittent, on the adaptation of the ventilatory response. Firstly, a search of correspondences between continuous and intermittent exercise intensities was performed in order to propose exercise intensities which induce similar cardio-respiratory responses between the two exercise modalities. Secondly, our results have shown the existence of mechanical ventilatory constraints for both exercise modalities, whatever the exercise intensity. However, the occurrence of mechanical ventilatory constraints does not induce respiratory muscles fatigue. Moreover, the exercise modality seems to have no effect on the severity of the mechanical ventilatory constraints. Finally, as for incremental exercise, mild chronic respiratory disease does not influence the adaptation of the ventilatory response during continuous and intermittent exercises. Children with cystic fibrosis showed similar ventilation regulation whatever the exercise modality, which is predominantly made possible by an increase of breathing frequency
Réponses cardiorespiratoires et contraintes ventilatoires des sujets âgés : entraînés vs sédentaires au cours de différents exercices de type triangulaire by Fabien Deruelle( Book )

2 editions published in 2004 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

With the years, cardiorespiratory responses at rest and at exercise face the deleterious effects of ageing. However, continuous physical activity can be proven to slow down the decline of certain physiological mechanisms of the organism. In order to ensure constant motivation, it is important to avoid monotony in exercise. What is more, an intensity of training that is adapted to everyone's own capacities can strengthen the wanted effects on the cardiorespiratory functions . In this way, a complete ergometer like rowing satisfies the physiological demands of healthy elderly. At the same intensity as cycling, the practice of rowing allows for the diversification of the physical exercise while respecting the individualization of the training. This personalized intensity could be calculated by a progressive incremental exercise test of 3-min step duration for the trained elderly, and of 1-min step duration, for the untrained. After evaluation of the training intensity, regular practice of a physical activity can acount for the slackening of the declining, due to ageing, pulmonary function. Practiced in an assiduous and regular way, during several years, aerobic training allows female subjects to bear more easily long-duration exercise at moderate intensity, while the peer men are physiologically more able to perform a more intensive aerobic exercise
Exercice physique, marqueurs antioxydants et peroxydation lipidique : effets de l'âge et du niveau d'aptitude physique by Mohamed Amine Bouzid( Book )

2 editions published in 2014 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

During aging, oxidative stress occurs characterized by an imbalance between the production reactive oxygen species and antioxidant capacity. It's well recognized that acute exercise induces oxidative stress which response may be affected by aging. Only few studies have focused on the response of oxidative stress parameters to an acute exercise in relation with aging and they were not made in humans. The first aim of this work was to investigate the response of oxidative stress parameters to acute exercise in young and older subjects. Our results showed that aging has no effects on oxidative stress parameters at rest. However, in response to an acute physical exercise, our results showed that aging is characterized by an antioxidant defenses deficiency and an increase in free radical damage markers. On the other hand, regular physical activity is considered as an effective way to reduce free radical attacks and enhance the antioxidant defense. These adaptations to regular physical activity are often related to the level of physical activity and this has been shown in young subjects. The second aim of this work was to study oxidative stress parameters in elderly subjects with different physical activity levels. Our results showed a positive correlation between physical activity level and antioxidant potential. However, physical activity at high level increases free radical damage in older adults. In view of changes in oxidative stress parameters with aging, adaptations of those to regular physical activity could also be affected by aging phenomena. The aim of the third study of this work was to investigate the effects of aging and physical activity level on oxidative stress parameters responses to an acute exercise. To do so, we compared these parameters in two young subjects groups (active and sedentary) and two older adults groups (active and sedentary) before and after an acute exercise. Our results showed that, benefits of regular physical activity on the oxidative parameters stress were more pronounced in younger age groups compared to older groups. On the other hand, the effects of aging on oxidative stress parameters in the active groups were lower than those noted in the sedentary groups
Les bienfaits d'un programme simultané d'activité physique et d'entraînement cognitif sur les performances exécutives et motrices de personnes atteintes de troubles cognitifs légers by Laure Combourieu Donnezan( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

People with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) suffer from a cognitive decline, which engender executive and functional disorders, punishing in their activities of the everyday life. Given these deficits, several programs of physical or cognitive stimulations show encouraging results on cognitive performances of these profiles
"Kinésithérapie La Revue" : histoire d'une revue professionnelle by Michel Gedda( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Les périodiques kinésithérapiques français constituent une richesse patrimoniale pourla profession. Soutiens d'histoire et d'identité, les revues présentent de précieuxtémoignages sociologiques et épistémologiques.Une recherche bibliographique et bibliométrique a permis d'identifier 285 périodiquesimprimés de la profession depuis 1803, parmi lesquels 21 sont encore vivants. Troisgrandes filiations généalogiques ont été repérées : la lignée « FFMKR » (depuis 1927),la lignée « SDK » (depuis 1936) et la lignée « SNMKR » (depuis 1977). La généalogiedes deux revues membres de l'International Society of Physiotherapy Journal Editors,a été reconstituée.L'analyse des contenus de « Kinésithérapie la Revue » révèle une grande diversité quicombine l'information générale, la formation continue et la recherche scientifique, defaçon équitable au sein des spécialités médicales.L'évaluation de la notoriété révèle que « Kinésithérapie la Revue » est la revuefrancophone la plus connue de son domaine. L'évaluation de sa scientificité révèle desniveaux de preuve plutôt bas, mais en augmentation continue. L'indice de factualité estproposé pour valoriser la tridimensionnalité du paradigme de la pratique factuelle.La situation française et l'exposition internationale de la revue la contraignent à unebivalence. Celle-ci interroge sur les nouveaux usages de production et deconsommation des savoirs
Pratique d'une activité physique adaptée ou suivi nutritionnel chez des patients atteints d'insuffisance rénale chronique : effets sur la composition corporelle, la qualité de vie et différents paramètres biologiques by Mélanie Gallot( )

1 edition published in 2019 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

L'insuffisance rénale chronique entraîne de nombreux effets secondaires indésirables sur le métabolisme et la santé dus à la dénutrition et à la sédentarité observées chez ces patients. Quatre-vingt pourcent du financement de cette maladie est dédié à la dialyse ; la greffe apparaît comme le traitement de choix. La prise en charge des patients est donc une problématique majeure tant au niveau médical, qu'humain, éthique et économique. Parmi les différents moyens mis en œuvre, nous nous sommes intéressés à l'aspect nutritionnel et à la pratique d'une activité physique adaptée de patients greffés du rein ou hémodialysés chroniques. Deux études ont été menées durant ma thèse. La première étude s'est intéressée aux effets du suivi nutritionnel chez des patients greffés du rein sous traitement de glucocorticoïdes. Les paramètres étudiés sont la composition corporelle, la qualité de vie et le comportement alimentaire. La deuxième étude s'est intéressée aux effets d'un programme de renforcement musculaire de 3 mois, ainsi qu'au déconditionnement physique 3 mois après la fin du programme chez des patients hémodialysés. Les paramètres étudiés sont la qualité de vie, la composition corporelle, certains paramètres biologiques, le sommeil, le comportement alimentaire et les capacités physiques. Le suivi nutritionnel comme l'activité physique adaptée montrent une amélioration significative ou des tendances à l'amélioration de plusieurs paramètres ce qui permettrait une meilleure prise en charge des patients
Etudes des réponses et stratégies ventilatoires en fonction de la modalité d'exercice chez des enfants prépubères sains et des enfants prépubères atteints de mucoviscidose by Benoît Borel( )

1 edition published in 2009 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Exercise flow/volume loops allow one to study the ventilatory response of a subject and could bring information on the origin and the severity of mechanical ventilatory constraints potentially observed during exercise. Few studies have focused on the effect of an exercise on the adaptation of ventilatory response in prepubescent children with exercise flow/volume loop methodology. However, the characteristics of the children's pulmonary system could induce a specific adaptation of ventilatory response during exercise in prepubescent children in comparison with the adult. Moreover, the exposition to a chronic respiratory disease like cystic fibrosis could accentuate the specificity of ventilatory response during exercise in prepubescent children. The first aim of this work was to study the adaptation of the ventilatory response during an incremental exercise in healthy children and children with cystic fibrosis. Our results have confirmed the existence of a specific ventilatory response in prepubescent children and the occurrence of mechanical ventilatory constraints during incremental exercise. Cystic fibrosis seems to have no effect on the adaptation of the ventilatory response during incremental exercise. However, incremental exercise was not representative of the physical activity frequently performed by children. The second aim of this work was to determine the effect of the exercise modality: continuous vs. intermittent, on the adaptation of the ventilatory response. Firstly, a search of correspondences between continuous and intermittent exercise intensities was performed in order to propose exercise intensities which induce similar cardio-respiratory responses between the two exercise modalities. Secondly, our results have shown the existence of mechanical ventilatory constraints for both exercise modalities, whatever the exercise intensity. However, the occurrence of mechanical ventilatory constraints does not induce respiratory muscles fatigue. Moreover, the exercise modality seems to have no effect on the severity of the mechanical ventilatory constraints. Finally, as for incremental exercise, mild chronic respiratory disease does not influence the adaptation of the ventilatory response during continuous and intermittent exercises. Children with cystic fibrosis showed similar ventilation regulation whatever the exercise modality, which is predominantly made possible by an increase of breathing frequency
Faisabilité et bénéfices fonctionnels d'un entraînement en endurance des muscles respiratoires ou à l'exercice, réalisé à domicile avant chirurgie de résection pulmonaire by Hélène Laurent( )

1 edition published in 2020 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Background: Preoperative training in patients eligible for pulmonary resection for non-small cell lung cancer aim primarily to enable patients not operable initially to be operated and to improve their maximum exercise capacity, in order to help them cope with physiological stress secondary to surgery. The adherence, the feasibility, the safety and the effectiveness of these programs carried out over a short period are demonstrated. Indeed, preoperative training increases oxygen consumption at peak of exercise (VO2peak) on average around 3 ml.min-1.kg-1. However, due to the difficulties of accessibility to pulmonary rehabilitation programs and the risk of delaying the surgery, these programs remain insufficiently developed. In this context, these training programs carried out at the patient's home could be an interesting alternative.Aim: We performed two randomised controlled trials that aimed to assess the adherence to a preoperative training program and to measure its effect on lung function, respiratory muscle endurance, maximum exercise capacity, 6-Minute Walking Distance (6MWD), bioimpedancemetry, maximum quadriceps strength, length of hospital stay and postoperative course.Methods: Over a period of 3 weeks and at the patient's home, the Training Group (TG) performed either a preoperative Respiratory Muscle Endurance Training (RMET) (study 1), or a preoperative high intensity intermittent training (study 2), added to standard chest physiotherapy. The Control Group only performed standard chest physiotherapy. The outcomes were adherence, pulmonary function, respiratory muscle endurance, maximum exercise capacity, 6MWD, fat-free mass, maximum quadriceps strength, length of hospital stay, postoperative complications and 90 day-mortality. The evaluations were performed in a similar way before and after the allocated program.Results: The feasibility and the adherence are good for short duration preoperative training programs. We confirm the safety of these programs performed at patients' home. In study 1 at the end of the isocapnic hyperventilation endurance test, we show a significant increase in minute ventilation (+15±16 vs. -2±17 l.min-1, p=0.004) and endurance time (+229±199 vs. -5±371 sec, p=0.001) in TG. In study 2, we note a significant increase in maximum expiratory pressure (+19±23 vs. -6±24%, p=0.014) and peakwork rate (+12±11 vs. 0±10 W, p=0.006) in TG. VO2peak (+1.0±1.1 vs. 0.0±1.5 ml.min-1.kg-1, p=0.061) tends to increase in TG. Equally in study 1, the number of postoperative pulmonary complications (2 vs. 10, p=0.037) decreases significantly in TG.Conclusion: These short duration preoperative training programs should be developed in daily practice, to allow their rapid implementation by experienced professionals. Indeed, these specific training programs could make it possible to overcome the difficulties of accessibility and adherence to the preoperative rehabilitation programs; and to bring significant benefits on maximum exercise capacity before resection surgery for lung cancer and on postoperative course, compared to standard chest physiotherapy
 
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