Confiabilidade do dispositivo PhysioPlay™ para avaliar o tempo de reação de pacientes com câncer

Autores

  • Júlia da Costa Anciães Universidade Federal de Alfenas - UNIFAL-MG
  • Ricardo da Silva Alves Universidade do Vale do Sapucaí
  • Paola de Paula Silva Pereira Universidade do Vale do Sapucaí
  • Eduarda Suellen Figueiredo Silva do Nascimento Universidade Federal de Alfenas - UNIFAL-MG
  • Denise Hollanda Iunes Universidade Federal de Alfenas - UNIFAL-MG
  • Paulo Alexandre Bressan Universidade Federal de Alfenas - UNIFAL-MG
  • Leonardo César Carvalho Universidade Federal de Alfenas - UNIFAL-MG

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2317-0190.v27i4a180347

Palavras-chave:

Neoplasias/Reabilitação, Jogos de Vídeo, Realidade Virtual, Tempo de Reação

Resumo

Objetivo: Determinar a confiabilidade intra-avaliador e inter-avaliador da interação Physioplay-Kinect e do dispositivo Trigno para avaliar o tempo de reação (TR) de voluntários com câncer em tratamento. Métodos: 46 voluntários com câncer em tratamento participaram do estudo e foram distribuídos em três grupos: Grupo de Quimioterapia (GQ), Grupo de Radioterapia (GR), e Grupo de Quimioterapia-Radioterapia (GQR). O TR para todos os voluntários foi avaliado utilizando o dispositivo PhysioPlay™
 e Trigno. Resultados: Na análise intra-avaliador, foram observados excelentes níveis de confiabilidade (Physioplay: ICC> 0,99; Trigno 8: ICC>0,92) em todos os grupos. Na análise inter-avaliador, foram observados excelentes níveis de confiabilidade no GQ (Physioplay: ICC= 0,98; Trigno 8: ICC= 0,98); excelente (Physioplay: ICC= 0,98) e bom (Trigno 8: ICC= 0,44) níveis no GR; bons (Physioplay: ICC= 0,49) e razoáveis (Trigno 8: ICC= 0,29) níveis no GQR. Conclusão: Os dispositivos PhysioPlay™ e Trigno provaram ser confiáveis para avaliar o TR de voluntários com câncer em tratamento.

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2020-12-31

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