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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-933949

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Objective:To investigate any effect of combining mirror visual feedback (MVF) training with robot-assisted gait training (RGT) in promoting the recovery of lower limb motor function among stroke survivors.Methods:Sixty stroke survivors were randomly divided into a combined treatment group, an RGT group and a control group, each of 20. In addition to traditional rehabilitation, the RGT group received 30min of RGT 5 days a week for 4 weeks, while the combined treatment group underwent 30min of RGT and also 20min of MVF training with the same frequency and duration. Before and after the treatment, the lower extremities motor functioning and walking ability of all of the patients were assessed using the Fugl-Meyer Assessment for the lower extremities (FMA-LE), the Berg Balance Scale (BBS) and Functional Ambulation Categories (FAC).Results:There were no systematic differences in any of the measurements before the treatment. After the 4 weeks, however, the average FMA-LE, BBS and FAC scores of the combined treatment and RGT groups were significantly better than the control group′s averages, and those of the combined treatment group were significantly superior to the RGT group′s. All of the groups had, however, improved significantly compared with before the treatment.Conclusions:Robot-assisted gait training is more effective in enhancing the motor functioning of the lower extremities and walking ability when it is combined with MVF.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-908114

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Objective:To study effects of balance and motor function of walking stability training guided by mirror neuron theory for stroke patients with hemiplegia.Methods:A total of 67 stroke with hemiplegia from January 2019 to June 2020 in Heze Municipal Hospital were divided into experimental group (34 cases) and control group (33 cases). All patients were given conventional rehabilitation training, the control group was given body weight support treadmill training, the experimental group was given mirror visual feedback therapy combined with body weight support treadmill training. The training time was 8 weeks. The body balance function, body motor function and life quality were evaluated by Fugl-Meyer Balance scale(FM-B), Berg Balance Scale(BBS), Tinetti Gait Analysis(TGA), Functional Ambulation Category scale(FAC), Stroke-Specific Quality of Life scale (SS-QOL) and compared before and after training between the two groups.Results:There was no significant difference in the score (classification) of FM-B, BBS, TGA, SS-QOL, FAC before training between the two groups( P>0.05). The score (classification) of FM-B, BBS, TGA, FAC after training were (11.35±1.32), (47.33±6.20), (9.32±1.12) points and (3.54±0.61)grades in the experimental group and (9.86±1.25), (42.14±6.35), (8.25±1.32) points and (3.15±0.54) grades in the control group. There were statistically significant of differences( t values were 2.768-4.741, P<0.05). The score of energy, activity ability, emotion, self-care ability, thinking, upper limb function and life quality total score of SS-QOL were (10.31±1.43), (21.46±4.45), (17.64±3.36), (17.32±3.15), (16.23±2.21), (159.11±16.34) points in the experimental group and (8.46±1.21), (17.32±3.24), (15.35±3.11), (14.78±2.32), (8.45±1.25), (13.45±1.54), (141.65±17.24) points in the control group. There were statistically significant of differences( t values were 2.893-7.096, P<0.05). Conclusions:Walking stability training based on mirror neuron theory help to restore limb balance and motor function, and improve life quality in stroke patients with Hemiplegia.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-905725

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Mirror visual feedback, as a rehabilitation technique based on the theory of mirror neuron, was first used in the treatment of phantom limb pain, and then was widely used in stroke, peripheral nerve injury and so on. In recent years, it has also been used in the rehabilitation of complex regional pain syndrome type II. Mirror visual feedback could relieve the pain, and improve the motor function and the quality of life of patients, which may be related to the activation of mirror neurons, excitation of motor representative area and visual feedback.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-923621

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@#Mirror image visual feedback, a rehabilitation technique, has been used in the rehabilitation for complex regional pain syndrome type I. Some researches showed that it is effective for pain and motor function, which may relate to exciting the motor cortex and activating the mirror neurons, etc.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-664211

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Mirror visual feedback therapy(MVF),as a new mean of rehabilitation,is applied widely in clinic.This article introduced its effects in improving post-stroke limb motor function,phantom limb pain,cognition and speech,and elaborated the mechanism.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-498803

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It analyzed the definition, mechanism, characteristics of Mirror Visual Feedback and summarized the application of mirror visual feedback in recovering upper limb function after stroke patients at home and abroad, so as to provide evidences for the further research in China.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-936934

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@#Objective To investigate the effects of mirror visual feedback (MVF) and electromyographic biofeedback (EMGBF) on upper extremity function in hemiplegic patients after stroke based on task-oriented training. Methods 90 patients with hempiplegia after stroke were randomly divided into control group (n=30), EMGBF group (n=30) and MVF group (n=30). All patients accepted routine rehabilitation and task-oriented training once a day for 8 weeks. The EMGBF group also accepted EMGBF, and the MVF group accepted MVF in addition. They were assessed with Fugl-Meyer Assessment (FMA) and the Upper Extremity Function Test (UEFT), and their integrated electromyogram (iEMG) of affected upper extremities were recorded before and after treatment. Results All the groups improved in scores of FMA and UEFT, as well as the iEMG after treatment (P<0.05), and ranked as the MVF group, the EMGBF group and the control group from improving more to less (P<0.05). Conclusion Mirror visual feedback combined with electromyographic biofeedback may further promote the recovery of upper limb function in patients with hemiplegia after stroke based on task-oriented training.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-473460

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Objective To investigate the effects of mirror visual feedback (MVF) and electromyographic biofeedback (EMGBF) on up-per extremity function in hemiplegic patients after stroke based on task-oriented training. Methods 90 patients with hempiplegia after stroke were randomly divided into control group (n=30), EMGBF group (n=30) and MVF group (n=30). All patients accepted routine rehabilitation and task-oriented training once a day for 8 weeks. The EMGBF group also accepted EMGBF, and the MVF group accepted MVF in addi-tion. They were assessed with Fugl-Meyer Assessment (FMA) and the Upper Extremity Function Test (UEFT), and their integrated electro-myogram (iEMG) of affected upper extremities were recorded before and after treatment. Results All the groups improved in scores of FMA and UEFT, as well as the iEMG after treatment (P<0.05), and ranked as the MVF group, the EMGBF group and the control group from im-proving more to less (P<0.05). Conclusion Mirror visual feedback combined with electromyographic biofeedback may further promote the recovery of upper limb function in patients with hemiplegia after stroke based on task-oriented training.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-936869

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@#Objective To investigate the effects of mirror visual feedback (MVF) and electromyographic biofeedback (EMGBF) on upper extremity function in hemiplegic patients after stroke based on task-oriented training. Methods 90 patients with hempiplegia after stroke were randomly divided into control group (n=30), EMGBF group (n=30) and MVF group (n=30). All patients accepted routine rehabilitation and task-oriented training once a day for 8 weeks. The EMGBF group also accepted EMGBF, and the MVF group accepted MVF in addition. They were assessed with Fugl-Meyer Assessment (FMA) and the Upper Extremity Function Test (UEFT), and their integrated electromyogram (iEMG) of affected upper extremities were recorded before and after treatment. Results All the groups improved in scores of FMA and UEFT, as well as the iEMG after treatment (P<0.05), and ranked as the MVF group, the EMGBF group and the control group from improving more to less (P<0.05). Conclusion Mirror visual feedback combined with electromyographic biofeedback may further promote the recovery of upper limb function in patients with hemiplegia after stroke based on task-oriented training.

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