Prehabilitation programs for cancer patients: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials (protocol)
Meneses-Echávez1, Jose F.
Loaiza-Betancur, Andrés F.
Echavarría-Rodríguez, Andrés M.
Around twenty million new cases and ten million of deaths were attributed to cancer in 2018. Physical exercise, as main component of prehabilitation programs, has been associated with clinical improvements in aerobic capacity, muscular strength, gait speed, and fewer postoperative complications. This systematic review aims to determine the benefits and harms of prehabilitation programs, mainly composed of physical exercise, compared with standard care for cancer patients.
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