HumanInsight Connected APA tools and prostate cancer: Literature review and experience feedback
Prog Urol. 2022 Nov;32(13):880-887. doi: 10.1016/j.purol.2022.09.012.
Adapted physical activity (APA) appears to be essential for supportive care in oncology. It helps to reduce different side effects inherent to treatment and disease (e.g., fatigue, sarcopenia, balance problems) and could have an impact on patients' survival. However, it is not systematically implemented in daily practice and still too few patients reach the recommendations of physical activity. New tools, such as digital and connected ones, are now developed to overcome barriers to the implementation and daily practice of physical activity (e.g., distance between home and hospital). The aim of this article was to provide an overview of different connected tools that offer exercise training and monitoring programmes in prostate cancer.
PMID:36280376 | DOI:10.1016/j.purol.2022.09.012
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