2009
DOI: 10.1590/s1806-37132009000200007
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Abstract: This geometric model, applied in children and adapted to the supine position, was effective in profiling changes in the thoracoabdominal silhouette during the IVMs, and the selected subdivisions were useful for the identification of areas contributing the most and the least to CW composition.

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“…Ricieri (11) reports that the use of photogrammetry for the analysis of respiratory movement allows to establish evidence of the volume-movement relationship and this information may be used to infer respiratory mechanical behaviors of relevant clinical utility for respiratory physical therapy, which can be observed in this study. Although this study presents a 2D model, results demonstrate that the methodology was effective to monitor neonatal respiratory kinematics during the application of a respiratory physical therapy technique.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 90%
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“…Ricieri (11) reports that the use of photogrammetry for the analysis of respiratory movement allows to establish evidence of the volume-movement relationship and this information may be used to infer respiratory mechanical behaviors of relevant clinical utility for respiratory physical therapy, which can be observed in this study. Although this study presents a 2D model, results demonstrate that the methodology was effective to monitor neonatal respiratory kinematics during the application of a respiratory physical therapy technique.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 90%
“…Its use allows the geometric delimitation of thoracoabdominal compartments from the extension of the thoracic wall and its thoracic and abdominal subcompartments (6,10,11). As an ascending technique, it has two ways of evaluation, photogrammetry and videogrammetry, that evaluate kinematics of body movements by a set of photos and video acquisition, respectively, and it may be used in two-dimensional (2D) or three-dimensional (3D) evaluation (12,13).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Often, this respiratory discomfort is evaluated through the number of respiratory incursions and the quality of thoracic expandability, the lower the thoracoabdominal mobility and the greater the respiratory rate, the worse the clinical condition of the newborn 5,7 . However, in clinical practice, noninvasive methods capable of quantifying respiratory evolution are preferable and also more reliable when compared to the subjective evaluation of the quality of thoracic expandability [8][9][10] . Considering that cesarean delivery can be a difficult factor in the respiratory evolution of newborns and that thoracoabdominal mobility is directly related to the clinical condition of the newborn, the present study aims to evaluate the impact of the type of delivery on the thoracic and abdominal mobility in newborns (NBs).…”
Section: Introduction Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The use of photogrammetry for the analysis of respiratory movement allows establishing evidence related to thoracic and abdominal kinetics, this information can be used to infer respiratory mechanical behavior even in patients who do not voluntarily control respiration, as in newborns [8][9][10][11][12] . However, some limitations should be considered.…”
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“…The use of biophotogrammetry has been recommended for postural evaluation due to the relative simplicity of the technique, low cost and for being able to quantify postural alterations which are difficult to measure by inspection 18,19 . Photogrammetry is a tool used as a support during the physical examination to quantify postural changes [12][13][14][15][16][17] , changes in static balance 20,21 and analysis of respiratory mechanics 22,23 . With methodological improvements, this technique was rapidly spread and several health professionals nowadays have been using this technique to quantify of the changes in the visible external body structures 24 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%