뇌졸중 환자에서 특수 재킷을 이용한 앉기 동작의 객관적 평가

Title
뇌졸중 환자에서 특수 재킷을 이용한 앉기 동작의 객관적 평가
Authors
이준호
Keywords
뇌졸중환자에서특수재킷을이용한앉기동작의객관적평가
Issue Date
2011
Publisher
인하대학교
Abstract
Objective: To compare an objective assessment scale for "come-to-sit" in stroke patients with previously established observational assessment scales such as the "performance-based assessment" and the "ability for basic movement scale". Method: A specifically designed jacket was used to determine the objective degree of assistance needed to perform the task. While the patients were sitting up, the investigator evaluated the amount of assistance needed in a full dependent state (A) and with maximal effort (B). Using this weight, we obtained the objective scale, {(A-B)/A} x 100. In addition, the patients were tested in two sitting starting positions: hemi-side lying and sound-side lying. We then compared the objective scale with observational scales. And we also compared our scale with Brunnstrom stages for hand, arm, leg, K-MBI, and K-BBS. Results: From both starting positions, the objective assessment scale showed high correlation with the previously established observational scales (p<0.01). Only the hemi-side lying-to-sit objective scale showed a significant correlation with K-BBS (p<0.05). Using Brunnstrom stages, only the leg stage showed a significant correlation with the objective "come-to-sit" scales (p<0.01). Conclusion: The objective scale was comparable to the established observational assessment scales when used by an expert. The hemi-side lying-to-sit maneuver had a high correlation with the cognitive and balance scales as well as Brunnstrom stage for leg, Specifically, balance and lower extremity function appear to be important factors in the "come-to-sit" activity
Description
Introduction 1 Subject and Method 4 1. Subject 4 2. Method 4 3. Statistical analysis 6 Results 8 Discussion 10 Conclusion 13 References 14
URI
http://dspace.inha.ac.kr/handle/10505/22609
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