Clinical Trial

Exercise for Hematopoietic Cell Transplant Survivors

Study Description

Improving Self-Efficacy, Resolving Inflammaging Allo HSCT Survivors in Personal Training

This protocol is a pilot study of a personalized and supervised 10-week strength training program to improve self-efficacy and resolve biomarkers of inflammaging in a cohort of allogeneic hematopoietic transplant (HCT) long-term survivors versus healthy controls.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

10 Weeks of Strength Trailing

Week 1 (pre training session): self efficacy survey; 5-point frailty assessment*; diet survey; metabolic assessment; Functional status and body composition; blood and stool sample Week 5: self efficacy survey; Functional status and body composition Week 10: self efficacy survey; 5-point frailty assessment*; diet survey; metabolic assessment; Functional status and body composition; blood and stool samples

Group Nutrition Discussion: week 1, week 5 and week 10

Week 1 (pre training session): self efficacy survey; 5-point frailty assessment*; diet survey; metabolic assessment; Functional status and body composition; blood and stool sample Week 5: self efficacy survey; Functional status and body composition Week 10: self efficacy survey; 5-point frailty assessment*; diet survey; metabolic assessment; Functional status and body composition; blood and stool samples

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Improving Self-Efficacy and Resolving Inflammaging in Allogeneic Hematopoietic Cell Transplant Survivors Through Personalized Strength Programming: A Pilot Study

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03609203

ParticipAid ID

eXD65e