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Evaluation Tools for Stroke Rehabilitation


Titre (dcterms:title)

Evaluation Tools for Stroke Rehabilitation

Mot-clé statistique (ontostat:sujet)

fr Analyse de régression
fr Coefficient de corrélation

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Créateur (dcterms:creator)

Smyth, G.K.

Source (dcterms:source)

Australasian Data and Story Library (OzDASL)

Résumé (dcterms:abstract)

This was a pilot study for the experiment described in Recovery of Patients from Stroke. The purpose of the study was to compare four evaluation tools for assessing the recovery of patients who had recently suffered a stroke. The four tools were (1) the Goteburg Assessment Form of Hemiplegia, (2) the Bobath Assessment Form, (3) the Barthel Index and (4) the Kenny Scoring System. The Goteburg Assessment was divided into seven components measuring motor function and balance, some sensation qualities, passive range of motion and occurrence of joint pain. The Bobath from evaluates three areas of motor performance, postural reactions, voluntary movement, and balance and automatic protective reactions. The Barthel index and the Kenny Scoring system evaluate ability to carry out activities of daily living such as dressing, feeding, toileting etc. Twenty subjects were selected from two large public hospitals in Brisbane. All subjects had recently suffered a cerebrovascular accident resulting in hemiplegia lasting at least 24 hours, had not previously been incapacitated from stroke or other disease and were currently receiving occupational therapy.

Date de modification (dcterms:modified)

2018-11-04 15:10:42

Date de disponibilité (dcterms:available)

2018-11-04 09:47:04

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Sujet (dcterms:subject)

en Correlation
en Multiple regression

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Ensemble de données
Data set


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