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PULSTIM – Etude de l'électrostimulation neuromusculaire comme méthode d'entraînement et de rééducation

L'électostimulation est une méthode d'entraînement très souvent utilisée de par ses différentes applications. Elle est utilisée comme méthode d'entraînement du sportif, comme méthode de récupération, comme méthode de rééducation ou aussi comme méthode d'exploration de la fonction musculaire.

  1. L'électrostimulation comme méthode d'entraînement du sportif. Nous explorons ici ses effets sur différentes populations, les adaptations du système neuromusculaire obtenues...
  2. L'électrostimulation comme méthode de récupération chez le sportif. De par les contractions provoquées par la stimulation électrique notamment sur le membre inférieur, l'électrostimulation peut s'avérer efficace pour récupérer d'efforts intenses par exemple suite à des entraînements ou compétitions. Comment optimiser cette modalité de récupération ?
  3. L'électrostimulation chez des patients. Une attention importante est portée sur le cas de patients en unité de soins intensifs. L'électrostimulation peut en effet être utilisée afin de diagnostiquer des troubles neuromusculaires et son application peut être optimisée afin de les prévenir.
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Quelques travaux publiés par les membres du CEP.

  1. Silva PE, Durigan JLQ, Babault N (2021). Bedside voluntary and evoked forces evaluation in intensive care unit patients, not only force evaluation: a letter to the Editor. Critical Care. 25(1):233. doi: 10.1186/s13054-021-03636-z
  2. Cavalcante JGT, Marqueti R, Corrigna P, de Sousa AMM, Bottaro M, Babault N, Geremia JM, Silbernagel KG, Durigan JLQ (2021) The effects of knee and hip joint angles on patellar tendon loading during quadriceps neuromuscular electrical stimulation. Translational Sports Medicine4(5):587-596 doi: 10.1002/tsm2.260
  3. Damo NLP, Modesto KA, Neto I, Bottaro M, Babault N, Durigan JLQ (in press). Effects of different electrical stimulation currents and phase durations on submaximal and maximum torque efficiency and discomfort: a randomized crossover trial. Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy
  4. Cavalcante JGT, Marqueti R, Baroni BM, Neto I, Silbernagel KG, Bottaro M, Babault N, Durigan JLQ (2021). The effect of quadriceps muscle length on maximum NMES-evoked contraction, quadriceps muscle architecture, and tendon-aponeurosis stiffness. Frontiers in Physiology. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2021.633589
  5. Modesto KAG, de Oliveira PFA, Fonseca HG, Azevedo KP, Guzzoni V, Bottaro MF, Babault N, Durigan JLQ (2020). Russian and Low-Frequency Currents Training Programs Induced Neuromuscular Adaptations in Soccer Players: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation. doi: 10.1123/jsr.2018-0314
  6. Silva PE, Marqueti R, de Carvalho KL, Tavares de Araujo AE, Castro J, da Silva VM, Vieira L, Souza, VC, Dantas LO, Cipriano Junior G, Nóbrega OT, Babault N, Durigan JLQ (2019) Neuromuscular electrical stimulation in critically ill traumatic brain injury patients attenuates muscle atrophy, neurophysiological disorders, and weakness: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of intensive care. 7:59. 10.1186/s40560-019-0417-x
  7. Silva PE, Maldaner V, Vieira L, Livino de Carvalho K, Goes H, Melo P, Babault N, Cipriano Jr G, Durigan JLQ (2018) Neuromuscular electrophysiological disorders and muscle atrophy in mechanically-ventilated traumatic brain injury patients: new insights from a prospective observational study. Journal of Critical Care 44:87-94 DOI: 10.1016/j.jcrc.2017.10.026
  8. Oliveira PFA, Modesto KAG, Bottaro M, Babault N, Durigan JLQ (2018). Training effects of alternated and pulsed currents on the quadriceps muscles of athletes. International Journal of Sports Medicine 39: 535-540doi: 10.1055/a-0601-6742
  9. Oliveira PFA, Durigan JLQ, Modesto KAG, Bottaro M, Babault N (2018). Neuromuscular fatigue after low and medium frequency electrical stimulation in healthy adults. Muscle Nerve 58: 293-299. doi: 10.1002/mus.26143
  10. Silva PE, Babault N,Mazullo JB, de Oliveira TP, Lemos BL, Carvalho VO, Durigan JLQ (2017) Safety and feasibility of a neuromuscular electrical stimulation chronaxie-based protocol in critical ill patients: a prospective observational study. Journal of Critical Care 37:141-148.
  11. Deley G, Denuziller J, Casillas JM, Babault N (2017) One year of training with FES has impressive beneficial effects in a 36-year-old woman with spinal cord injury. The Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine. 40:107-112
  12. Medeiros FV, Bottaro M, Vieira A, Lucas TP, Modesto KA, Bo APL, Cipriano GJ, Babault N, Durigan JLQ (2017) kilohertz and low-frequency electrical stimulation with the same pulse duration have similar efficiency for inducing isometric knee extension torque and discomfort. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 96(6):388-394.
  13. Cometti C, Babault N, Deley G (2016) Effect of constant and doublet frequency electrical stimulation patterns on force production of knee extensor muscles. Plos One 11:e0155429
  14. Deley G, Denuziller J, Babault N (2015) Functional electrical stimulation: cardiorespiratory adaptations and applications for training and paraplegia. Sports Medicine. 45:71-82
  15. Deley G, Babault N, Denuziller J, Taylor AJ (2015) Effects of electrical stimulation pattern on quadriceps isometric force and fatigue in individuals with spinal cord. Muscle and Nerve. 52:260-264
  16. Deley G, Babault N (2014) Could Low-frequency electromyostimulation training be an effective alternative to endurance training? An overview in one adult. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine. 13:444-450
  17. Deley G, Laroche D, Babault N (2014) Effects of electrical stimulation pattern on quadriceps force production and fatigue. Muscleand Nerve. 49:760-763
  18. Babault N, Cometti C, Maffiuletti NA, Deley G (2011) Does electrical stimulation enhance post-exercise performance recovery. European Journal of Applied Physiology 81: 2501-2507.
  19. Deley G, Cometti C, Fatnassi A, Paizis C, Babault N (2011) Effects of combined electromyostimulation and gymnastics training in prepubertal girls. Journal of Strength Conditioning Research 25: 520-526.
  20. Cometti C, Deley G, Babault N (2011)Fatigue time course and effects of between sets recovery strategies during a single isokinetic session on knee extensor muscles. Journal of Sports Science Medicine 10: 624-629.
  21. Billot M, Paizis C, Babault N, Martin A, Cometti G (2010). Effects of Electrostimulation training program on strength and performance of soccer players.Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research24: 1407-1413.
  22. Babault N, Cometti G, Bernardin M, Pousson M, and Chatard JC (2007) Effects of electromyostimulation training on performance of elite rugby players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research21: 431-437
  23. Brocherie F, Babault N, Cometti G, Maffiuletti NA, Chatard JC (2005) Electrostimulation training effects on the physical performance of ice hockey players. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise37: 455-460.