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《Oncology Progress》 2018-08
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Influence of comprehensive rehabilitation on limb function of patients after operation for cerebral glioma

PENG Hui;CUI Gaoliang;LI Yuan;Department of Rehabilitation Medicine,the First People's Hospital of Shangqiu;Department of Orthopedics,the Central Hospital of Shangqiu;  
Objective To explore the influence of comprehensive rehabilitation on limb function of patients after operation for cerebral glioma. Method The medical record of 92 patients with cerebral glioma were analyzed retrospectively, and the patients were divided into control group(n=42) and observation group(n=50) according to the rehabilitation training mode. The patients in control group received conventional rehabilitation training, the patients in observation group received comprehensive rehabilitation training. The Fugl-Meyer(FMA) scale, manual muscle testing(MMT) and Barthel index(BI) were used to evaluate limb function, muscle force and activities of daily life, respectively. The KPS was used to evaluate the long-term living quality. Result After rehabilitation training, FMA, MMT and BI of patients in both groups all significantly improved compared with those before rehabilitation training(P0.05), and these three indexes of patients in observation group were significantly higher than those in control group(P0.05). In observation group,the patients' KPS at 6 months and 1 year after rehabilitation training were(61.9±5.8) and(55.0±5.3), which were both significantly higher than those(57.4±7.2 and 41.5±6.6) in control group(P0.01). Conclusion Comprehensive rehabilitation could improve the limb function and quality of life of patients after operation for cerebral glioma.
【CateGory Index】: R49;R739.41
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