Effect of Low-Load Blood Flow Restriction Training on Knee Strength and Pain in Knee Injury Patients
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OrthoEvidence. Effect of Low-Load Blood Flow Restriction Training on Knee Strength and Pain in Knee Injury Patients. ACE Report. 2021;34(1):2. Available from: https://myorthoevidence.com/AceReport/Report/13565
Effects of Blood Flow Restriction Training on Muscle Strength and Pain in Patients With Knee Injuries: A Meta-AnalysisAm J Phys Med Rehabil. 2021 Apr 1;100(4): 337-344.
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Nine studies containing a total of 369 patients with knee injury were included in this meta-analysis comparing low load blood flow restriction (BFR) training (n=179) to low load non-BFR resistance training (n=94) and high load non-BFR resistance training (n=96). The pooled outcomes of interest included knee muscle strength and pain scores. Meta-analysis results revealed significantly favourable po...
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