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ISRN ObesityVolume 2013 2013, Article ID 796454, 5 pages

Clinical Study

Post Graduation Program of Physiotherapy of Federal University of São Carlos UFSCar, Rod. Washington Luís, km 235, São Carlos, SP, Brazil

Meridional Hospital, Av. São Joao Batista, n 200, Cariacica, ES, Brazil

Post Graduation Program of Physiotherapy of Methodist University of Piracicaba UNIMEP, Rod. do Açúcar, km 156, Piracicaba, SP, Brazil

Post Graduation Program of Physiotherapy of Nove de Julho University UNINOVE, Av. Dr. Adolpho Pinto, n 109, Barra Funda, São Paulo, SP, Brazil

Received 27 December 2012; Accepted 14 January 2013

Academic Editors: P. Chase, J. J. Gleysteen, and M. Hannon-Fletcher

Copyright © 2013 Marcela Cangussu Barbalho-Moulim et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract

Introduction. Obesity is a condition that causes damage to the respiratory function. However, studies have demonstrated that weight loss due to bariatric surgery has resulted in a huge improvement on some lung volumes, but controversy still persists regarding the behavior of the respiratory muscle strength and IRV inspiratory reserve volume. Objective. To evaluate the effect of weight loss, after 1 year of the Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery RYGB, on the lung volumes and the respiratory muscle strength in obese women. Methods. 24 obese women candidates were recruited for RYGB. Lung volumes spirometry and respiratory muscle strength were evaluated in preoperative period and one year after surgery. Results. There was a significant increase in some lung volumes. However, when examining the components of the VC vital capacity separately, an increase in ERV expiratory reserve volume and reduction of IRV were observed. Moreover, a statistically significant reduction in the values of respiratory muscle strength was recorded: MIP maximal inspiratory pressure and MEP maximal expiratory pressure. Conclusion. Weight loss induced by bariatric surgery provides an increase in some lung volumes of obese women, but reduction in IRV. Additionally, there was also a reduction in the respiratory muscle strength.





Author: Marcela Cangussu Barbalho-Moulim, Gustavo Peixoto Soares Miguel, Eli Maria Pazzianotto Forti, Flávio do Amaral Campos, Fabian

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