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Effect of Early Joint Bearing on Motor Recovery in Hemiplegic Patients with Cerebral Strokes

CHEN Pei-shun▲,HUANG Zhen,CHEN Shu-xian.▲Department of Rehabilitation Medicine,Panyu People's Hospital,Guangzhou 511400,China  
Objectives: Effects of early joint bearing on motor recovery of the hemiplegic extremities in patients with strokes.Methods: One hundred and seventeen patients with strokes were randomly divided into the treatment group(68 cases) and the control group(49 cases).All patients were given routine rehabilitation.Patients in the treatment group were moved early to the tilt table that made the joints of the lower extremities to be compressed.The control group was only given the routine treatment.All the patients were evaluated with Fugl-Meyer motor assessment(FMA),ADL,and Barthel index before and after the treatment.Data were analyzed using u test to analyze difference between the two groups.Results: After two months of treatment,statistically significant differences were found in the scores of FMA(P0.01) and Barthel index(P0.01) between the two groups.Conclusion: Early joint bearing combined with routine rehabilitation is more effective than sole routine rehabilitation.
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