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UJI LATIH JALAN 6 MENIT

OLEH: Yunita Fatmawati


DASAR PERUBAHAN FISIOLOGI PADA UJI LATIH

• Exercise menyebabkan :
Meningkatkan metabolisme

Meningkatkan pemakaian O2

Meningkatkan curah jantung

Dan meningkatkan ventilasi alveolar


• Bila persediaan O2 selama proses aerobik berkurang
 proses anaerobik  asam laktat  gejala
kelelahan.

• Bila suplai O2 & kebutuhan O2 di jantung tidak


seimbangperubahan metabolisme sel otot jantung/
iskemia miokard
Dengan kata lain uji latih ini dipergunakan untuk
menentukan :

Diagnosa fungsi

Prognosa

Dan aplikasi terapi


MACAM-MACAM METODA UJI LATIH UNTUK
MENGETAHUI TINGKAT KEBUGARAN

Uji latih naik turun bangku (Hardvard Test)


Uji latih jalan 6 menit (Cooper Test)
Uji latih lari 12 menit
Uji lari 2,4 Km
Uji latih sepeda statis Monark
Uji latih sepeda statis (symtomp limited test) EN-Cycle
Uji latih sepeda statis (Vo2 max) EN-Cycle
Uji latih Treadmill (Bruce)
UJI LATIH JALAN 6 MENIT
 Uji ini lebih menggambarkan ADL, merupakan uji
jalan fungsional yang paling banyak dipilih untuk
tujuan klinis/ penelitian

Persiapan alat:
1.Tensi meter
2.Stetoskop
3.Stop watch
4.Tempat yang sudah ditandai jaraknya
Persiapan pasien:
1. Dilaksanakan paling sedikit 2 jam sesudah makan
2. Cukup istirahat pada malam hari
3. Memakai pakaian olahraga
4. Tidak gelisah, tidak kurang tidur
5. Tidak melakukan olahraga berat kurang dari 12
jam sebelum test
PELAKSANAAN UJI LATIH:
1. Di ukur tekanan darah, denyut nadi, pernafasan & skala
subyektifnya
2. Pasien berdiri ditempat yang sudah ditandai
3. Pasien mulai berjalan & bersamaan itu stop watch dihidupkan
4. Pasien berjalan secepatnya/ semampunya dan bila tidak kuat
boleh istirahat
5. Setelah selesai 6 menit dihitung jaraknya & diukur tekanan
darah, denyut nadi, pernafasan & skala subyektifnya
6. Hitung VO2 maks dengan rumus.
RUMUS:

VO2 maks = (0,06x jarak (m))- (0,104x umur) +(0,052 x BB (kg) + 2,90

= ……..ml/Kg/menit

1 Mets = 3,5 ml/KgBB/menit


TERIMA KASIH
CONTOH METABOLIK EQUIVALENT (Mets) LEVEL
128 Bartels

Table 3
Sample Metabolic Equivalent (MET) Levels
128 Energy costs Energy costs Bartels

Table 3
of activities of daily living METs of avocational activities METs
Sitting at rest I Sample Metabolic Equivalent Backpacking (45 pounds) 6-11
Levels
Dressing (MET) 2-3 Baseball (competitive) 5-b
Energy costs Energy costs
Eating I-2 Baseball (noncompetitive) 4-5
Hygere (sitting) of activities of daily living 1-2 METs of avocational
Basketball activities
(competitive) METs 7-12
Hygene (standing) Sitting at rest I 2-3 Backpacking (45 pounds)
Basketball 6-11
(noncompetitive) 3-9
Sexual intercourse Dressing 3-5 2-3 Baseball (competitive)
Card playing 5-b 1-2
Eating I-2 Baseball (noncompetitive) 4-5
Showering Hygere (sitting)
4-5 1-2 Cycling, 5 mph
Basketball (competitive) 7-12
2-3
Hygene (standing)
Tub bathing 2-3 2-3 Basketball
Cycling,(noncompetitive)
8 mph 3-9 4-5
Sexual intercourse 3-5 Card playing 1-2
Walking, 1 mph Showering I-2 4-5 Cycling,
Cycling, 5 mph 10 mph 2-3 5-6
Walking, 2 mph Tub bathing
2-3 2-3 Cycling, 8 mph 12 mph
Cycling, 4-5 7-8
Walking, 1 mph
Walking, 3 mph 3-3.5I-2 Cycling, 10 mph
Cycling, 13 mph 5-6
8-9
Walking, 2 mph 2-3 Cycling, 12 mph 7-8
Walking, 3.5 mph Walking, 3 mph 3.5-43-3.5 Karate
Cycling, 13 mph 8-9 8-12
Walking, 4 mph Walking, 3.5 mph 5-6 3.5-4 Running 12 minutes/mile 8-12
Karate 8-9
Climbing up stairs Walking, 4 mph A-7 5-6 Running 12 minutes/mile
Running 11 minutes/mile8-9 9-10
Climbing up stairs A-7 Running 11 minutes/mile 9-10
v~Bed-making 2-6
v~Bed-making 2-6
Running
Running 9 minutes/mile 10-11
9 minutes/mile 10-11
Carrying 18 pounds upstairs 7-8 Skiing crosscountry, 3 mph 6-7
Carrying 18 pounds upstairs
Carrying suitcase 7-8 6-7 Skiing
Skiing crosscountry,
crosscountry* 5 mph
3 mph
9-10 6-7
Carrying suitcase Housework (general) 6-7 3-4 Skiing
Skiing crosscountry* 5 mph
downhill 5-9 9-10
Housework (general) Mowing lawn (push power 3-43-5 Skiing
Skiing water downhill 5-7 5-9
mower)
Mowing lawn (push power
Ironing mower) 3-5 2-1 Skiing(backstroke)
Swimming water 7-8 5-7
Snow shoveling C>-7 Swimming (breaststroke) 8-9
Ironing 2-1 Swimming
Swimming (crawl) (backstroke) 9-10 7-8
Snow shoveling C>-7 Swimming (breaststroke)1-2
Television 8-9
Swimming
Tennis (singles) (crawl) 4-9 9-10
Television Continued 1-2
Tennis (singles) 4-9
Continued
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Table 3 (Continued)

Sample Metabolic Equivalent (MET) Levels


Energy cosrs
of vocational activities METs
Assembly line work 3-5
Carpentry (light) 4-S
Carry 20-4i pounds 4-5
Carry 4S-6r1 pounds 5-6
Cam 65-SS pounds 7-8
Chopping wood 7-8
Desk work 1.5-2
Digging ditches 7-8
Handyman 5-b
Janitorial (light) 2-3
Lift 100 pounds 7-10
Painting 4-5
Sawing hardwood 6-8
Sawing softwood 5-6
Sawing (power) 3-4
Shoveling 10 pounds, 10 per minute 6-7
Shoveling 14 pounds. 10 per minute 7-9
Shoveling 16 pounds. 10 per minute 9-12
Tools (heavy) 5-6
Typing 1.5-2
Wood splitting 6-7
Adapted from Dafoe, WA. Table of Energy
Requirements for Activities of Daily Living, Household
Tasks, Recreational Activities, and Vocational Activities.
In: Pashkow FJ, Dafoe WA, eds. Clinical Cardiac
Rehabilitation: A Cardiologist's Guide. Baltimore, MD:

Wiiliams and' rlkins; 1993: 359-376.