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Stroke rehabilitation: long-term rehabilitation after stroke.
Dworzynski K, et al. Clin Med (Lond) 2015. PMID 26430186 Free PMC article.
Many stroke survivors, despite improvements in mortality and morbidity, remain dependent on others for everyday activities. People with stroke need access to effective specialist multidisciplinary rehabilitation services that are organised and integrated within the whole system of health and social care. ...This Clinical Medicine Concise Guideline abstracts key recommendations from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Clinical Guideline 162 on stroke rehabilitation of particular relevance to clinicians in general medicine, to inform their front-line practice and promote liaison and collaboration with the specialist service....
Many stroke survivors, despite improvements in mortality and morbidity, remain dependent on others for everyday activities. People wi …
Canadian stroke best practice recommendations: Stroke rehabilitation practice guidelines, update 2015.
Hebert D, et al. Int J Stroke 2016. PMID 27079654
Each year in Canada 62,000 people experience a stroke. Among stroke survivors, over 6500 individuals access in-patient stroke rehabilitation and stay a median of 30 days (inter-quartile range 19 to 45 days). ...These recommendations have been developed to address both the organization of stroke rehabilitation within a system of care (i.e., Initial Rehabilitation Assessment; Stroke Rehabilitation Units; Stroke Rehabilitation Teams; Delivery; Outpatient and Community-Based Rehabilitation), and specific interventions and management in stroke recovery and direct clinical care (i.e., Upper Extremity Dysfunction; Lower Extremity Dysfunction; Dysphagia and Malnutrition; Visual-Perceptual Deficits; Central Pain; Communication; Life Roles). ...
Each year in Canada 62,000 people experience a stroke. Among stroke survivors, over 6500 individuals access in-patient stro
Moving stroke rehabilitation forward: The need to change research.
Winters C, et al. NeuroRehabilitation 2018 - Review. PMID 30056434
BACKGROUND: Stroke rehabilitation aims to reduce impairments and promote activity and participation among patients. A major challenge for stroke rehabilitation research is to develop interventions that can reduce patients' neurological impairments. ...To move stroke rehabilitation forward, we need more knowledge about underlying mechanisms that drive spontaneous (i.e., reactive) neurobiological recovery after stroke and factors that can be used to optimize its prediction early after stroke onset. ...
BACKGROUND: Stroke rehabilitation aims to reduce impairments and promote activity and participation among patients. A major ch …
Yoga for stroke rehabilitation.
Lawrence M, et al. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2017 - Review. PMID 29220541 Free PMC article.
A recent non-Cochrane systematic review concluded that yoga can be used as self-administered practice in stroke rehabilitation. ...AUTHORS' CONCLUSIONS: Yoga has the potential for being included as part of patient-centred stroke rehabilitation. However, this review has identified insufficient information to confirm or refute the effectiveness or safety of yoga as a stroke rehabilitation treatment. ...
A recent non-Cochrane systematic review concluded that yoga can be used as self-administered practice in stroke rehabilitation
Adding electrical stimulation during standard rehabilitation after stroke to improve motor function. A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Sharififar S, et al. Ann Phys Rehabil Med 2018 - Review. PMID 29958963 Free article.
OBJECTIVE: We aimed to determine the effect on motor function of extremities of adding an electrical sensory modality without motor recruitment before or with routine rehabilitation for hemiparesis after stroke by a comprehensive systematic review and meta-analysis. ...CONCLUSION: Electrical sensory input can contribute to routine rehabilitation to improve early post-stroke lower-extremity impairment and late motor function, with no change in spasticity. ...
OBJECTIVE: We aimed to determine the effect on motor function of extremities of adding an electrical sensory modality without motor recruitm …
Therapeutic effects of sensory input training on motor function rehabilitation after stroke.
Chen X, et al. Medicine (Baltimore) 2018 - Review. PMID 30508935 Free PMC article.
Motor dysfunction is a common and severe complication of stroke that affects the quality of life of these patients. Currently, motor function rehabilitation predominantly focuses on active movement training; nevertheless, the role of sensory input is usually overlooked. ...Recent studies focusing on sensory input-based rehabilitation training for post-stroke dyskinesia have demonstrated that sensory function has significant effects on voluntary functional movements. ...
Motor dysfunction is a common and severe complication of stroke that affects the quality of life of these patients. Currently, motor …
Brain-machine interfaces for rehabilitation in stroke: A review.
López-Larraz E, et al. NeuroRehabilitation 2018 - Review. PMID 30056435
METHODS: We provide an overview of the existing rehabilitation therapies for stroke, the rationale behind the use of BMIs for motor rehabilitation, the current state of the art and the results achieved so far with BMI-based interventions, as well as the future perspectives of neural-machine interfaces. ...Invasive and hybrid approaches are promising and might set the stage for the next generation of stroke rehabilitation therapies....
METHODS: We provide an overview of the existing rehabilitation therapies for stroke, the rationale behind the use of BMIs for …
Agreed definitions and a shared vision for new standards in stroke recovery research: The Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable taskforce.
Bernhardt J, et al. Int J Stroke 2017. PMID 28697708
The first Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable established a game changing set of new standards for stroke recovery research. ...This paper outlines the working definitions established by our group and an agreed vision for accelerating progress in stroke recovery research....
The first Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Roundtable established a game changing set of new standards for stroke rec …
Action observation for upper limb rehabilitation after stroke.
Borges LR, et al. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 30380586 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Action observation (AO) is a physical rehabilitation approach that facilitates the occurrence of neural plasticity through the activation of the mirror-neural system, promoting motor recovery in people with stroke. ...SELECTION CRITERIA: Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of AO, alone or associated with physical practice in adults after stroke. ...
BACKGROUND: Action observation (AO) is a physical rehabilitation approach that facilitates the occurrence of neural plasticity throug …
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