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Intérêt du Blood Flow Restriction sur la reprise de course à pied après une reconstruction du LCA : revue de littérature et protocole

Abstract : Muscle strength recovery is one of the main challenges after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Blood flow restriction (BFR) training is considered as an effective and safe training and rehabilitation method. The purpose is to investigate the effectiveness of BFR on return to running after an anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Method: A non-systematic review was conducted across Pubmeb, Pedro and Cochrane databases to identify studies on BFR in patient undergoing anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Results: A total of 7 studies were included. Benefits on strength gain, hypertrophy and pain are observed, but no studies are looking at return to running criteria. We suggest a research protocol interesting on BFR effects on return to running. Discussion: Current literature data show that BFR would improve strength and hypertrophy, but studies are heterogeneous and small in number. Our study is the first which deals with the effects of BFR on return to running, and could provide the first evidence about efficiency of BFR on return to running.
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Florian Jaffredo. Intérêt du Blood Flow Restriction sur la reprise de course à pied après une reconstruction du LCA : revue de littérature et protocole. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03014730⟩

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