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dc.contributor.advisorCamargo Lemos, Diana Marina 
dc.contributor.advisorMeneses Echávez, José Francisco 
dc.creatorAguirre Aguirre, Clara Liliana 
dc.date.accessioned2020-01-13T15:58:19Z
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dc.date.created2019-12-11
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/20695
dc.descriptionAntecedentes: Beneficios de la actividad física y el ejercicio físico se han documentado, sobre la salud de la mujer antes y durante el embarazo, sin embargo, la evidencia en el período postparto es escasa. Objetivo: Establecer los beneficios de la actividad física sobre el fitness físico de la madre y en neurodesarrollo del niño durante el primer año postparto. Métodos: Se realizó una revisión sistemática siguiendo la metodología PRISMA en tres bases de datos: MEDLINE, Scopus y CINALH entre octubre del 2018 y abril 2019, identificando publicaciones desde 1994 que incluyeron ensayos clínicos aleatorizados en humanos, en inglés, español y portugués, cuya intervención fue actividad física o ejercicio acompañados o no de dieta; las variables de salida principales fueron el fitness físico de la madre y el neurodesarrollo del niño. Se evaluó la calidad metodológica de los estudios y la completitud en el reporte de las intervenciones con ejercicio. Resultados: De los 5224 títulos no duplicados inicialmente, se seleccionaron 10 ensayos clínicos aleatorizados. Las intervenciones estuvieron centradas principalmente en ejercicio aeróbico (caminata) de intensidad moderada, sin prescripción y no supervisado. Se encontró una asociación positiva entre el ejercicio físico o actividad física durante el postparto con las variables de salida. Conclusión: Estos hallazgos sugieren que la práctica de actividad física en el período postparto se asocia positivamente con el fitness físico, la disminución de la depresión y mejor calidad de vida en las mujeres; no hay evidencia suficiente que sugiera una asociación con el neurodesarrollo de su descendencia.
dc.description.abstractBackground: Multiple benefits of Physical Activity (AF) and Physical Exercise (EF) have been documented, on the health of women before and during pregnancy, however, evidence in the postpartum period is scarce. Objective: To establish the benefits of physical activity on physical fitness of the mother and in the childs neurodevelopment during the first postpartum year. Methods: A systematic review was carried out through the application of PRISMA methodology in three databases: MEDLINE, Scopus and CINALH between October 2018 and April 2019, identifying the publications since 1994 that included Randomized Clinical Trials (RCTs) in humans, in English, Spanish and Portuguese, whose intervention was physical activity or exercise accompanied or not by diet; Physical fitness of mother and the neurodevelopment of the child were defined as the main outcome variables. The methodological quality of studies and completeness in report of the interventions with exercise were evaluated. Results: Of the 5224 titles not initially duplicated, 10 RCTs were selected. Both the interventions with postpartum exercise and the outcomes were diverse. The interventions were mainly focused on aerobic exercise (walking) of moderate intensity, without prescription and unsupervised, mostly mediated by counseling. In general, a positive association was found between the practice of EF or AF during postpartum with the output variables.Conclusion: These findings suggest that PA in the postpartum period has a positive association with physical fitness, decreased depression and a better quality of life in postpartum women; there is not enough evidence to suggest an association with the neurodevelopment of their offspring.
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dc.sourceinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
dc.subjectPeriodo posparto
dc.subjectEjercicio
dc.subjectAptitud física
dc.subjectNeurodesarrollo
dc.subjectRevisión
dc.subjectEnsayo clínico controlado aleatorio
dc.subject.ddcCiencias médicas, Medicina 
dc.subject.lembMedicina
dc.subject.lembActividad física
dc.titleEfecto de la actividad física durante el primer año postparto sobre el fitness físico de la madre y el neurodesarrollo del niño : Revisión sistemática
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dc.publisherUniversidad del Rosario
dc.creator.degreeMagíster en Administración en Salud
dc.publisher.programMaestría en Actividad Física y Salud
dc.publisher.departmentEscuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud
dc.title.alternativeEfecto de la actividad física durante el primer año postparto sobre el fitness físico de la madre y el neurodesarrollo del niñ
dc.subject.keywordPostpartum period
dc.subject.keywordExercise
dc.subject.keywordPhysical fitness
dc.subject.keywordNeurodevelopment
dc.subject.keywordReview
dc.subject.keywordRandomized controlled trial
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