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Volume 8, 20172016 International Conference on Medicine Sciences and Bioengineering (ICMSB2016)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Session I: Medicine|
|Published online||11 January 2017|
The effects of repetitive task training combined with neuromuscular electrical stimulation on extremities for acute cerebral paralysis
1 Department of Nursing, Beihua University, Jilin, 132013, China
2 The Central Hospital of Jilin City, Jilin, 132013, China
a Corresponding author: email@example.com
In order to study the effect of repetitive task training combined with neuromuscular electrical stimulation on lower limb function for severe paralysis patients with acute cerebral apoplexy. Chose 36 cases of severe paralysis in patients with acute cerebral apoplexy and devided into treatment group and control group. 18 cases in each group, the control group was given routine rehabilitation therapy. The treatment group was given repetitive task training on the basis of control group. Including sit - stand and stand training. Evaluate the lower limb motor function by the FMA, the walking function by FAC and the activities of daily living by FIM respectively before and after 2 months of treatment.The results were showed that the scores of FMA and FIM were significantly better than before treatment after 2 months (P < 0.05) , and the the scores of FMA and FIM in treatment group were better than control group (P < 0.01). The scores changed of FMA and FIM in treatment group (Δ FMA and Δ FIM scores) were better than control group (P < 0.01).Walking function was better in treatment group than control group as the grade of FAC in treatment group was more higher. So repetitive task training combined neuromuscular electrical stimulation can more effectively improve the lower limb exercise function, walking function and daily life activity for severe paralysis patients with acute cerebral apoplexy.
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