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Abstract

WUTZKE, Maria Luiza Serradourada et al. Evaluation of nociception induced by whole-body vibration remobilization in Wistar rats. BrJP [online]. 2020, vol.3, n.2, pp.94-98.  Epub June 08, 2020. ISSN 2595-3192.  https://doi.org/10.5935/2595-0118.20200030.

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES:

The vibrating platform can attenuate the deleterious effects of immobilization related to muscle atrophy. However, there is still a gap regarding the effect of this modality on hyperalgesia related to immobilization. The objective of this study was to analyze the effect of remobilization with whole-body vibration on the nociception of Wistar rats.

METHODS:

Sixteen rats were randomly distributed into two groups: the FRG group - immobilization and free remobilization and the VPRG - immobilization and remobilization with the vibrating platform. For remobilization with the vibrating platform, the frequency of 60Hz for 10 minutes, five days a week for two weeks was used. The nociception was evaluated on the right paw by a digital analgesiometer, before and at the end of the immobilization, and after two weeks of remobilization.

RESULTS:

There were differences between evaluations but not between groups, indicating that immobilization reduced the nociceptive threshold and free remobilization, and the remobilization associated with vibration improved the nociceptive threshold compared to the post-immobilization moment. However, they were not able to return to the initial parameters.

CONCLUSION:

Joint immobilization reduced the nociceptive threshold; however, two weeks of whole-body vibration remobilization were not able to revert the threshold in the immobilized groups.

Keywords : Hyperalgesia; Immobilization; Vibration.

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