Culturally adapted pulmonary rehabilitation for adults living with post-tuberculosis lung disease in Kyrgyzstan: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial with blinded outcome measuresCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • Azamat Akylbekov
  • Mark W Orme
  • Amy V Jones
  • Maamed Mademilov
  • Aibermet Muratbekova
  • Shoira Aidaralieva
  • Gulzada Mirzalieva
  • Alena Oleinik
  • Kamila Magdieva
  • Aijan Taalaibekova
  • Aidai Rysbek Kyzy
  • Jones Rupert
  • Andy Barton
  • Ruhme B Miah
  • Adrian Manise
  • Jesse A Matheson
  • Dominic Malcolm
  • Robert C Free
  • Michael C Steiner
  • Talant Sooronbaev
  • Sally J Singh

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Culturally adapted pulmonary rehabilitation for adults living with post-tuberculosis lung disease in Kyrgyzstan: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial with blinded outcome measures. / Akylbekov, Azamat; Orme, Mark W; Jones, Amy V; Mademilov, Maamed; Muratbekova, Aibermet; Aidaralieva, Shoira; Mirzalieva, Gulzada; Oleinik, Alena; Magdieva, Kamila; Taalaibekova, Aijan; Rysbek Kyzy, Aidai; Yusuf, Zainab K; Rupert, Jones; Barton, Andy; Miah, Ruhme B; Manise, Adrian; Matheson, Jesse A; Malcolm, Dominic; Free, Robert C; Steiner, Michael C; Sooronbaev, Talant; Singh, Sally J.

In: BMJ Open, Vol. 12, No. 2, e048664, 21.02.2022.

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Akylbekov, A, Orme, MW, Jones, AV, Mademilov, M, Muratbekova, A, Aidaralieva, S, Mirzalieva, G, Oleinik, A, Magdieva, K, Taalaibekova, A, Rysbek Kyzy, A, Yusuf, ZK, Rupert, J, Barton, A, Miah, RB, Manise, A, Matheson, JA, Malcolm, D, Free, RC, Steiner, MC, Sooronbaev, T & Singh, SJ 2022, 'Culturally adapted pulmonary rehabilitation for adults living with post-tuberculosis lung disease in Kyrgyzstan: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial with blinded outcome measures', BMJ Open, vol. 12, no. 2, e048664. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-048664

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Akylbekov, A., Orme, M. W., Jones, A. V., Mademilov, M., Muratbekova, A., Aidaralieva, S., Mirzalieva, G., Oleinik, A., Magdieva, K., Taalaibekova, A., Rysbek Kyzy, A., Yusuf, Z. K., Rupert, J., Barton, A., Miah, R. B., Manise, A., Matheson, J. A., Malcolm, D., Free, R. C., ... Singh, S. J. (2022). Culturally adapted pulmonary rehabilitation for adults living with post-tuberculosis lung disease in Kyrgyzstan: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial with blinded outcome measures. BMJ Open, 12(2), [e048664]. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-048664

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Akylbekov, Azamat ; Orme, Mark W ; Jones, Amy V ; Mademilov, Maamed ; Muratbekova, Aibermet ; Aidaralieva, Shoira ; Mirzalieva, Gulzada ; Oleinik, Alena ; Magdieva, Kamila ; Taalaibekova, Aijan ; Rysbek Kyzy, Aidai ; Yusuf, Zainab K ; Rupert, Jones ; Barton, Andy ; Miah, Ruhme B ; Manise, Adrian ; Matheson, Jesse A ; Malcolm, Dominic ; Free, Robert C ; Steiner, Michael C ; Sooronbaev, Talant ; Singh, Sally J. / Culturally adapted pulmonary rehabilitation for adults living with post-tuberculosis lung disease in Kyrgyzstan: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial with blinded outcome measures. In: BMJ Open. 2022 ; Vol. 12, No. 2.

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title = "Culturally adapted pulmonary rehabilitation for adults living with post-tuberculosis lung disease in Kyrgyzstan: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial with blinded outcome measures",
abstract = "INTRODUCTION: Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is a programme of individually prescribed physical exercise, education and self-management activities. PR is recommended in international guidelines for managing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other chronic respiratory diseases. PR is still under-recognised in tuberculosis (TB) guidelines and PR is not available in many low and middle-income countries and for people with post-TB lung disease (PTBLD). The main aims of the study are to adapt and define a culturally appropriate PR programme in Kyrgyzstan for people living with PTBLD and to test, in a fully powered randomised controlled trial (RCT), the effectiveness of PR in improving exercise capacity for people living with PTBLD.METHODS AND ANALYSIS: The study will be divided into three stages: stage 1: focus group discussions with patients living with PTBLD and interviews with PR referrers will be conducted to explore initial perceptions and inform the cultural adaptation, structure and content of PR. Stage 2a: a single-blind RCT evaluating the effectiveness of a culturally adapted 6-week PR programme on maximal exercise capacity, assessed by the incremental shuttle walking test, before and after PR. Participants will be additionally followed-up 12 weeks postbaseline. Additional outcomes will include health-related quality of life, respiratory symptoms, psychological well-being and physical function. Stage 2b: participants' experience of PR will be collected through interviews and using a log book and a patient evaluation form. Staff delivering PR will be interviewed to explore their experience of delivering the intervention and refining the delivery for future implementation.ETHICS AND DISSEMINATION: The study was approved 22/07/2019 by Ethics Committee National Center for Cardiology and Internal Medicine (reference number 17) and by University of Leicester ethics committee (reference number 22293). Study results will be disseminated through appropriate peer-reviewed journals, national and international respiratory/physiotherapy conferences, social media, and through patient and public involvement events in Kyrgyzstan and in the UK.TRIAL REGISTRATION NUMBER: ISRCTN11122503.",
keywords = "internal medicine, rehabilitation medicine, respiratory infections, respiratory medicine (see thoracic medicine), thoracic medicine, tuberculosis",
author = "Azamat Akylbekov and Orme, {Mark W} and Jones, {Amy V} and Maamed Mademilov and Aibermet Muratbekova and Shoira Aidaralieva and Gulzada Mirzalieva and Alena Oleinik and Kamila Magdieva and Aijan Taalaibekova and {Rysbek Kyzy}, Aidai and Yusuf, {Zainab K} and Jones Rupert and Andy Barton and Miah, {Ruhme B} and Adrian Manise and Matheson, {Jesse A} and Dominic Malcolm and Free, {Robert C} and Steiner, {Michael C} and Talant Sooronbaev and Singh, {Sally J}",
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T1 - Culturally adapted pulmonary rehabilitation for adults living with post-tuberculosis lung disease in Kyrgyzstan: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial with blinded outcome measures

AU - Akylbekov, Azamat

AU - Orme, Mark W

AU - Jones, Amy V

AU - Mademilov, Maamed

AU - Muratbekova, Aibermet

AU - Aidaralieva, Shoira

AU - Mirzalieva, Gulzada

AU - Oleinik, Alena

AU - Magdieva, Kamila

AU - Taalaibekova, Aijan

AU - Rysbek Kyzy, Aidai

AU - Yusuf, Zainab K

AU - Rupert, Jones

AU - Barton, Andy

AU - Miah, Ruhme B

AU - Manise, Adrian

AU - Matheson, Jesse A

AU - Malcolm, Dominic

AU - Free, Robert C

AU - Steiner, Michael C

AU - Sooronbaev, Talant

AU - Singh, Sally J

N1 - Funding Information: Funding This research was funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) (17/63/20) using UK aid from the UK Government to support global health research. The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the NIHR or the UK Department of Health and Social Care. Publisher Copyright: ©

PY - 2022/2/21

Y1 - 2022/2/21

N2 - INTRODUCTION: Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is a programme of individually prescribed physical exercise, education and self-management activities. PR is recommended in international guidelines for managing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other chronic respiratory diseases. PR is still under-recognised in tuberculosis (TB) guidelines and PR is not available in many low and middle-income countries and for people with post-TB lung disease (PTBLD). The main aims of the study are to adapt and define a culturally appropriate PR programme in Kyrgyzstan for people living with PTBLD and to test, in a fully powered randomised controlled trial (RCT), the effectiveness of PR in improving exercise capacity for people living with PTBLD.METHODS AND ANALYSIS: The study will be divided into three stages: stage 1: focus group discussions with patients living with PTBLD and interviews with PR referrers will be conducted to explore initial perceptions and inform the cultural adaptation, structure and content of PR. Stage 2a: a single-blind RCT evaluating the effectiveness of a culturally adapted 6-week PR programme on maximal exercise capacity, assessed by the incremental shuttle walking test, before and after PR. Participants will be additionally followed-up 12 weeks postbaseline. Additional outcomes will include health-related quality of life, respiratory symptoms, psychological well-being and physical function. Stage 2b: participants' experience of PR will be collected through interviews and using a log book and a patient evaluation form. Staff delivering PR will be interviewed to explore their experience of delivering the intervention and refining the delivery for future implementation.ETHICS AND DISSEMINATION: The study was approved 22/07/2019 by Ethics Committee National Center for Cardiology and Internal Medicine (reference number 17) and by University of Leicester ethics committee (reference number 22293). Study results will be disseminated through appropriate peer-reviewed journals, national and international respiratory/physiotherapy conferences, social media, and through patient and public involvement events in Kyrgyzstan and in the UK.TRIAL REGISTRATION NUMBER: ISRCTN11122503.

AB - INTRODUCTION: Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) is a programme of individually prescribed physical exercise, education and self-management activities. PR is recommended in international guidelines for managing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other chronic respiratory diseases. PR is still under-recognised in tuberculosis (TB) guidelines and PR is not available in many low and middle-income countries and for people with post-TB lung disease (PTBLD). The main aims of the study are to adapt and define a culturally appropriate PR programme in Kyrgyzstan for people living with PTBLD and to test, in a fully powered randomised controlled trial (RCT), the effectiveness of PR in improving exercise capacity for people living with PTBLD.METHODS AND ANALYSIS: The study will be divided into three stages: stage 1: focus group discussions with patients living with PTBLD and interviews with PR referrers will be conducted to explore initial perceptions and inform the cultural adaptation, structure and content of PR. Stage 2a: a single-blind RCT evaluating the effectiveness of a culturally adapted 6-week PR programme on maximal exercise capacity, assessed by the incremental shuttle walking test, before and after PR. Participants will be additionally followed-up 12 weeks postbaseline. Additional outcomes will include health-related quality of life, respiratory symptoms, psychological well-being and physical function. Stage 2b: participants' experience of PR will be collected through interviews and using a log book and a patient evaluation form. Staff delivering PR will be interviewed to explore their experience of delivering the intervention and refining the delivery for future implementation.ETHICS AND DISSEMINATION: The study was approved 22/07/2019 by Ethics Committee National Center for Cardiology and Internal Medicine (reference number 17) and by University of Leicester ethics committee (reference number 22293). Study results will be disseminated through appropriate peer-reviewed journals, national and international respiratory/physiotherapy conferences, social media, and through patient and public involvement events in Kyrgyzstan and in the UK.TRIAL REGISTRATION NUMBER: ISRCTN11122503.

KW - internal medicine

KW - rehabilitation medicine

KW - respiratory infections

KW - respiratory medicine (see thoracic medicine)

KW - thoracic medicine

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