Perioperative Rehabilitation in Operable Lung Cancer Patients (PROLUCA): A Feasibility Study

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Perioperative Rehabilitation in Operable Lung Cancer Patients (PROLUCA) : A Feasibility Study. / Sommer, Maja S; Trier, Karen; Vibe-Petersen, Jette; Missel, Malene; Christensen, Merete; Larsen, Klaus R.; Langer, Seppo W.; Hendriksen, Carsten; Clementsen, Paul Frost; H. Pedersen, Jesper; Langberg, Henning.

I: Integrative Cancer Therapies, Bind 15, Nr. 4, 2016, s. 455-466.

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Sommer, MS, Trier, K, Vibe-Petersen, J, Missel, M, Christensen, M, Larsen, KR, Langer, SW, Hendriksen, C, Clementsen, PF, H. Pedersen, J & Langberg, H 2016, 'Perioperative Rehabilitation in Operable Lung Cancer Patients (PROLUCA): A Feasibility Study', Integrative Cancer Therapies, bind 15, nr. 4, s. 455-466. https://doi.org/10.1177/1534735416635741

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Sommer, M. S., Trier, K., Vibe-Petersen, J., Missel, M., Christensen, M., Larsen, K. R., ... Langberg, H. (2016). Perioperative Rehabilitation in Operable Lung Cancer Patients (PROLUCA): A Feasibility Study. Integrative Cancer Therapies, 15(4), 455-466. https://doi.org/10.1177/1534735416635741

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Sommer MS, Trier K, Vibe-Petersen J, Missel M, Christensen M, Larsen KR o.a. Perioperative Rehabilitation in Operable Lung Cancer Patients (PROLUCA): A Feasibility Study. Integrative Cancer Therapies. 2016;15(4):455-466. https://doi.org/10.1177/1534735416635741

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Sommer, Maja S ; Trier, Karen ; Vibe-Petersen, Jette ; Missel, Malene ; Christensen, Merete ; Larsen, Klaus R. ; Langer, Seppo W. ; Hendriksen, Carsten ; Clementsen, Paul Frost ; H. Pedersen, Jesper ; Langberg, Henning. / Perioperative Rehabilitation in Operable Lung Cancer Patients (PROLUCA) : A Feasibility Study. I: Integrative Cancer Therapies. 2016 ; Bind 15, Nr. 4. s. 455-466.

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abstract = "Introduction: Surgical resection in patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) may be associated with significant morbidity, functional limitations, and decreased quality of life. Objectives: The safety and feasibility of a preoperative and early postoperative rehabilitation program in patients operated for NSCLC was determined in a nonhospital setting, with focus on high-intensity interval exercise. Methods: Forty patients with biopsy-proven NSCLC stages I to IIIa referred for surgical resection at the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery RT, Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen, were randomly assigned to 1 of 4 groups (3 intervention groups and 1 control group). The preoperative intervention consisted of a home-based exercise program, while the postoperative exercise program comprised a supervised group exercise program involving resistance and high-intensity interval cardiorespiratory exercise 2 hours weekly for 12 weeks combined with individual counseling. The study endpoints were inclusion rate, adherence, and number of adverse events. Results: Forty patients (of 124 screened; 32{\%}) were included and randomized into the 4 groups. The postoperative exercise was completed by 73{\%} of the patients randomized to this intervention. No adverse events were observed, indicating that the early postoperative exercise program is safe. The preoperative home-based exercise program was not feasible due to interfering diagnostic procedures and fast-track surgery that left only 1 to 2 weeks between diagnosis and surgery.Conclusion: The early postoperative exercise program for patients with NSCLC was safe and feasible, but in a fast-track set up, a preoperative home-based exercise program was not feasible for this population.",
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T1 - Perioperative Rehabilitation in Operable Lung Cancer Patients (PROLUCA)

T2 - A Feasibility Study

AU - Sommer, Maja S

AU - Trier, Karen

AU - Vibe-Petersen, Jette

AU - Missel, Malene

AU - Christensen, Merete

AU - Larsen, Klaus R.

AU - Langer, Seppo W.

AU - Hendriksen, Carsten

AU - Clementsen, Paul Frost

AU - H. Pedersen, Jesper

AU - Langberg, Henning

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N2 - Introduction: Surgical resection in patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) may be associated with significant morbidity, functional limitations, and decreased quality of life. Objectives: The safety and feasibility of a preoperative and early postoperative rehabilitation program in patients operated for NSCLC was determined in a nonhospital setting, with focus on high-intensity interval exercise. Methods: Forty patients with biopsy-proven NSCLC stages I to IIIa referred for surgical resection at the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery RT, Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen, were randomly assigned to 1 of 4 groups (3 intervention groups and 1 control group). The preoperative intervention consisted of a home-based exercise program, while the postoperative exercise program comprised a supervised group exercise program involving resistance and high-intensity interval cardiorespiratory exercise 2 hours weekly for 12 weeks combined with individual counseling. The study endpoints were inclusion rate, adherence, and number of adverse events. Results: Forty patients (of 124 screened; 32%) were included and randomized into the 4 groups. The postoperative exercise was completed by 73% of the patients randomized to this intervention. No adverse events were observed, indicating that the early postoperative exercise program is safe. The preoperative home-based exercise program was not feasible due to interfering diagnostic procedures and fast-track surgery that left only 1 to 2 weeks between diagnosis and surgery.Conclusion: The early postoperative exercise program for patients with NSCLC was safe and feasible, but in a fast-track set up, a preoperative home-based exercise program was not feasible for this population.

AB - Introduction: Surgical resection in patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) may be associated with significant morbidity, functional limitations, and decreased quality of life. Objectives: The safety and feasibility of a preoperative and early postoperative rehabilitation program in patients operated for NSCLC was determined in a nonhospital setting, with focus on high-intensity interval exercise. Methods: Forty patients with biopsy-proven NSCLC stages I to IIIa referred for surgical resection at the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery RT, Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen, were randomly assigned to 1 of 4 groups (3 intervention groups and 1 control group). The preoperative intervention consisted of a home-based exercise program, while the postoperative exercise program comprised a supervised group exercise program involving resistance and high-intensity interval cardiorespiratory exercise 2 hours weekly for 12 weeks combined with individual counseling. The study endpoints were inclusion rate, adherence, and number of adverse events. Results: Forty patients (of 124 screened; 32%) were included and randomized into the 4 groups. The postoperative exercise was completed by 73% of the patients randomized to this intervention. No adverse events were observed, indicating that the early postoperative exercise program is safe. The preoperative home-based exercise program was not feasible due to interfering diagnostic procedures and fast-track surgery that left only 1 to 2 weeks between diagnosis and surgery.Conclusion: The early postoperative exercise program for patients with NSCLC was safe and feasible, but in a fast-track set up, a preoperative home-based exercise program was not feasible for this population.

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