This trial is evaluating whether Inspiratory muscle strength training will improve 1 primary outcome, 1 secondary outcome, and 15 other outcomes in patients with Hypertension. Measurement will happen over the course of 3 months.
This trial requires 102 total participants across 2 different treatment groups
This trial involves 2 different treatments. Inspiratory Muscle Strength Training is the primary treatment being studied. Participants will all receive the same treatment. There is no placebo group. The treatments being tested are not being studied for commercial purposes.
"Signs of respiratory aspiration may be present in children under the age of 5 years. The patient should be instructed on coughing or sneezing in order to make an appropriate swallowing effort to clear the mouth during an apnoeic episode." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"There is a high prevalence of respiratory aspiration in this population, and this population can sustain respiratory aspiration and associated consequences such as chronic pulmonary disease, hospitalizations, and increased morbidity." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Respiratory aspiration occurs when a foreign object lodge within the larynx or pharynx and obstructs airflow. It most commonly occurs following surgery, but it may also occur through laryngomalacia, intubation, or penetrating head injuries. Respiratory aspiration is a major hospital complication following surgical airway procedures. Treatment is based on a multidisciplinary approach, with appropriate physiotherapy." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Respiratory aspiration is a common medical condition, and patients undergoing surgery often require various treatments. Ventilator assisted respiration (VAR), and continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) are common treatments for this disorder. VAR consists of using a machine to help maintain airway patency and oxygenation in patients who are not breathing on their own. VAR has been shown to improve respiratory outcomes when compared with standard ventilation alone. VAR is often utilized in patients with altered mental status, to help reduce the risk of further aspiration and reduce the need for tracheostomy tube placement. VAR is also used for other reasons." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Respiratory aspiration of aspiration of air into the sphincter does not always have to be fatal unless the volume of the aspiration is larger. A low index inspiratory pressure may reduce aspiration. In the future, mechanical devices to prevent aspiration may be used." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Respiratory symptoms that are unexplained for a period of 2 weeks to several months may be diagnosed as aspiration if the suspicion is raised when a person experiences shortness of breath. In the elderly, medical complications of dysphagia such as respiratory failure may occur or be masked." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"There is no average age of people getting respiratory aspiration. Instead, age is most often associated with postoperative respiratory distress which means a person will breathe a lot when they awaken." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The most effective exercises in IM training use a combination of exercises. Exercises for IM training must take into account the muscle mass and composition of the patient. In addition, IM training exercises in the form of progressive resistance training should be developed." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"In this cohort who received treatment at a PFT clinic, inspiratory muscle strength training was used as part of a wider treatment program. It was not used as part of rehabilitation. Inspiratory muscle strength training should be added to rehabilitation protocols if a patient's muscle strength is impaired. No relationship was found between inspiratory muscle strength training and inspiratory lung volumes." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The study of IMI using a variety of approaches has allowed researchers to determine the relative benefits of various training loads. Additionally, there is evidence for the benefits of high-intensity IMI training at the submaximal loads associated with inspiratory muscle weakness in patients after thoracic surgery and with respiratory failure." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"A growing literature exists on the treatment of respiratory aspiration and aspiration pneumonia in critically ill and very frail patients with and without dysphagia. However, few randomized clinical trials have been conducted to test the safety and efficacy of agents administered for this indication. Additional research is needed to determine optimal treatment of aspiration." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Contrary to popular belief, MVC improves at a higher rate than at a quicker rate during IMS. More importantly, IMS is an important consideration with regard to the rate of increase in MVC." - Anonymous Online Contributor