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Association between physical activity and immunogenicity of an inactivated virus vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 in patients with autoimmune rheumatic diseases. (2021)
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GUALANO, B., LEMES, I.R., SILVA, R.P. et al. 2022. Association between physical activity and immunogenicity of an inactivated virus vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 in patients with autoimmune rheumatic diseases. Brain, behavior and immunity [online], 101, pages 49-56. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbi.2021.12.016

Objectives: To investigate whether physical activity is associated with enhanced immunogenicity of a SARS-CoV-2 inactivated vaccine (Coronavac) in patients with autoimmune rheumatic diseases (ARD) (n = 898) and in non-ARD (n = 197) individuals withou... Read More about Association between physical activity and immunogenicity of an inactivated virus vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 in patients with autoimmune rheumatic diseases..

The effect of bio-banding on academy soccer player passing networks: implications of relative pitch size. (2021)
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TOWLSON, C., ABT, G., BARRETT, S., CUMMING, S., HUNTER, F., HAMILTON, A., LOWTHORPE, A., GONCALVES, B., CORSIE, M. and SWINTON, P. 2021. The effect of bio-banding on academy soccer player passing networks: implications of relative pitch size. Plos one [online], 16(12), article e0260867. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0260867

The primary aims of this study were to examine the effects of bio-banding players on passing networks created during 4v4 small-sided games (SSGs), while also examining the interaction of pitch size using passing network analysis compared to a coach-b... Read More about The effect of bio-banding on academy soccer player passing networks: implications of relative pitch size..

Using intervention mapping to develop a decision support system–based smartphone app (selfBACK) to support self-management of nonspecific low back pain: development and usability study. (2021)
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SVENDSEN, M.J., SANDAL, L.F., KJÆR, P., NICHOLL, B.I, COOPER, K., MAIR, F., HARTVIGSEN, J., STOCHKENDAHL, M.J., SØGAARD, K., MORK, P.J. and RASMUSSEN, C. 2022. Using intervention mapping to develop a decision support system–based smartphone app (selfBACK) to support self-management of nonspecific low back pain: development and usability study. Journal of medical internet research [online], 24(1), article e26555. Available from: https://doi.org/10.2196/26555

Background: International guidelines consistently endorse the promotion of self-management for people with low back pain (LBP); however, implementation of these guidelines remains a challenge. Digital health interventions, such as those that can be p... Read More about Using intervention mapping to develop a decision support system–based smartphone app (selfBACK) to support self-management of nonspecific low back pain: development and usability study..

Practical guide to undertaking scoping reviews for pharmacy clinicians, researchers and policymakers. (2021)
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KHALIL, H., MCINERNEY, P., POLLOCK, D., ALEXANDER, L., MUNN, Z., TRICCO, A.C., GODFREY, C.M. and PETERS, M.D.J. 2022. Practical guide to undertaking scoping reviews for pharmacy clinicians, researchers and policymakers. Journal of clinical pharmacy and therapeutics [online], 47(2), pages 129-134. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpt.13558

What is known and Objective: Scoping reviews are a valuable evidence synthesis methodology. They can be used to map the evidence related to any topic to allow examination of practice, methods, policy and where (and how) future research could be under... Read More about Practical guide to undertaking scoping reviews for pharmacy clinicians, researchers and policymakers..

The influence of season phase on multivariate load relationships in professional youth soccer. (2021)
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MAUGHAN, P.C., MACFARLANE, N.G. and SWINTON, P.A. 2022. The influence of season phase on multivariate load relationships in professional youth soccer. Journal of sports sciences [online], 40(3), pages 345-350. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/02640414.2021.1993642

The purpose of this research was to assess relationships between subjective and external measures of training load in professional youth footballers, whilst accounting for the effect of the stage of the season. Data for ratings of perceived exertion... Read More about The influence of season phase on multivariate load relationships in professional youth soccer..

Extracellular buffering supplements to improve exercise capacity and performance: a comprehensive systematic review and meta-analysis. (2021)
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FARIAS DE OLIVEIRA, L., DOLAN, E., SWINTON, P.A., DURKALEC-MICHALSKI, K., ARTIOLI, G.G., MCNAUGHTON, L.R. and SAUNDERS, B. 2022. Extracellular buffering supplements to improve exercise capacity and performance: a comprehensive systematic review and meta-analysis. Sports medicine [online], 52(3), pages 505-526. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40279-021-01575-x

Extracellular buffering supplements (sodium bicarbonate [SB], sodium citrate [SC], sodium/calcium lactate [SL/CL]) are ergogenic supplements though questions remain about factors which may modify their effect. The aim of this study was to quantify th... Read More about Extracellular buffering supplements to improve exercise capacity and performance: a comprehensive systematic review and meta-analysis..

SMART technologies: the challenges and potential for addressing falls. (2021)
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COOPER, K., ALEXANDER, L. and SWINTON, P. 2021. SMART technologies: the challenges and potential for addressing falls. JBI evidence synthesis [online], 19(10), pages 2476-2477. Available from: https://doi.org/10.11124/JBIES-21-00325

Falls are a significant and rapidly growing public health problem. It is estimated that 37.3 million falls require medical attention and more than 684,000 fall-related deaths occur globally each year.1 Falls occur across the lifespan, but they are a... Read More about SMART technologies: the challenges and potential for addressing falls..

Daily leucine intake is positively associated with lower limb skeletal muscle mass and strength in the elderly. (2021)
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LIXANDRÃO, M.E., LONGOBARDI, I., LEITÃO, A.E., MORAIS, J.V.M., SWINTON, P.A., AIHARA, A.Y., GOES, P.C.K., UGRINOWITSCH, C., CANDOW, D.G., GUALANO, B. and ROSCHEL, H. 2021. Daily leucine intake is positively associated with lower limb skeletal muscle mass and strength in the elderly. Nutrients [online], 13(10), article number 3536. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13103536

Higher daily protein intake, with an emphasis on leucine content, is thought to mitigate age-related anabolic resistance, potentially counteracting age-related morphological and functional declines. The present study investigated potential associatio... Read More about Daily leucine intake is positively associated with lower limb skeletal muscle mass and strength in the elderly..

Muscle strength and muscle mass as predictors of hospital length of stay in patients with moderate to severe COVID‐19: a prospective observational study. (2021)
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GIL, S., FILHO, W.J., SHINJO, S.K., FERRIOLLI, E., BUSSE, A.L., AVELINO-SILVA, T.J., LONGOBARDI, I., DE OLIVEIRA JÚNIOR, G.N., SWINTON, P., GUALANO, B., ROSCHEL, H. and the HCFMUSP COVID-19 Study Group. 2021. Muscle strength and muscle mass as predictors of hospital length of stay in patients with moderate to severe COVID-19: a prospective observational study. Journal of cachexia, sarcopenia and muscle [online], 12(6), pages 1871-1878. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/jcsm.12789

Background: Strength and muscle mass are predictors of relevant clinical outcomes in critically ill patients, but in hospitalized patients with COVID-19, it remains to be determined. In this prospective observational study, we investigated whether mu... Read More about Muscle strength and muscle mass as predictors of hospital length of stay in patients with moderate to severe COVID‐19: a prospective observational study..

Warm-up intensity does not affect the ergogenic effect of sodium bicarbonate in adult men. (2021)
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JONES, R.L., STELLINGWERFF, T., SWINTON, P., ARTIOLI, G.G., SAUNDERS, B. and SALE, C. 2021. Warm-up intensity does not affect the ergogenic effect of sodium bicarbonate in adult men. International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism [online], 31(6), pages 482-489. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1123/ijsnem.2021-0076

This study determined the influence of a high- (HI) versus low-intensity (LI) cycling warm-up on blood acid-base responses and exercise capacity following ingestion of sodium bicarbonate (SB; 0.3 g/kg body mass) or a placebo (PLA; maltodextrin) 3 hr... Read More about Warm-up intensity does not affect the ergogenic effect of sodium bicarbonate in adult men..