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Article summary:

1. 本研究旨在探讨房颤患者术后“空白期”内的运动恐惧症(kinesiophobia)发生情况及其影响因素。

2. 研究采用了跨部门设计,通过对400名房颤患者进行问卷调查和身体功能评估,发现高比例的患者出现了运动恐惧症,并且年龄、教育程度、家庭月收入、静息心率、EHRA症状分级、运动自我效能和身体功能等因素都会影响患者的运动恐惧症。

3. 临床和护理人员应密切关注房颤患者术后康复期间的心理问题,及时干预以减少患者的运动恐惧症,并提高患者对康复锻炼的遵从性。

Article analysis:

This article explores the factors that influence kinesiophobia (fear of movement) in patients with atrial fibrillation during the post-operative "Blanking Period" after radiofrequency catheter ablation. While the study provides valuable insights into the prevalence and influencing factors of kinesiophobia, it has several limitations.

Firstly, the study only focuses on patients who have undergone radiofrequency catheter ablation, which limits its generalizability to other treatment modalities for atrial fibrillation. Additionally, the cross-sectional design of the study does not allow for causal relationships to be established between the identified factors and kinesiophobia.

Furthermore, while the Fear-Avoidance Model is used to analyze the influencing factors of kinesiophobia, there is no discussion of potential biases or limitations associated with this model. The study also lacks a thorough exploration of potential risks associated with exercise rehabilitation during the post-operative "Blanking Period."

Overall, while this study provides important insights into kinesiophobia in patients with atrial fibrillation, it would benefit from a more comprehensive analysis of potential biases and limitations associated with its methodology and findings.