Confiabilidade das mensurações de testes isocinéticos para articulação do tornozelo

  • Natália Mariana Silva Luna Laboratório do Estudo do Movimento, FMUSP
  • Angélica Castilho Alonso Laboratório do Estudo do Movimento, FMUSP
  • Daniele Eliezer Universidade São Judas Tadeu
  • Marília Simões Lopes Quintana Universidade São Judas Tadeu
  • Gabriela Borin Universidade São Judas Tadeu
  • Fernanda Botta Tarallo Universidade São Judas Tadeu https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2932-4450
  • Alexandra Carolina Canônica Universidade São Judas Tadeu
  • Júlia Maria D’Andréa Greve Laboratório do Estudo do Movimento, FMUSP https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1778-0448
Palavras-chave: Tornozelo, Força Muscular, Reprodutibilidade dos Testes

Resumo

O teste isocinético do tornozelo tem uma grande relevância, já que é possível estabelecer protocolos com velocidades e modos de contração semelhantes aos das atividades funcionais e esportivas. Desta forma, são necessários estudos que mostram a confiabilidade desta ferramenta para auxiliarem na prevenção de lesões do tornozelo. Objetivo: Elaborar uma revisão de literatura sobre estudos que abordaram a confiabilidade de testes isocinéticos da articulação do tornozelo. Métodos: A busca na literatura foi realizada nas bases de dados Pubmed, Lilacs, Pedro, Scielo, Scopus e Cochrane com os descritores científicos ankle e isokinetic e reliability. Foram identificados 34 artigos, 4 foram excluídos por não estudarem humanos e 27 foram incluídos (10 referentes à confiabilidade de testes isocinéticos para inversores e eversores do tornozelo e 17 referentes à confiabilidade de testes para flexores-plantares e dorsiflexores). Resultados: A confiabilidade da avaliação isocinética dos flexores-plantares e dorsiflexores tem sido descrita para diferentes dinamômetros, posições, modos e populações. Os valores de coeficientes de correlação intraclasse variam de 0,55-0,98; e a de eversores e inversores, variam de 0,54-0,99, classificados na faixa de satisfatório a excelente. Conclusão: Os protocolos isocinéticos da articulação do tornozelo devem ser elaborados de acordo com a musculatura recrutada e com a população (com presença ou não de patologia). 

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2018-06-30
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