과제 지향적 순환 훈련이 뇌졸증 환자의 기능 수행에 미치는 영향
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- The aim of this study was to determine effect of a task-oriented circuit training for functional performance after stroke. Subject was 16 outpatients and randomly divided into two group: 8 subjects were experimental group 좨 executed the task-oriented circuit training (3 times/wd) and general physical-occupational therapy(5 times/wk) for 4 weeks. 8 subjects were control group who executed only general physical-occupational therapy(5 times/wk) for 4 weeks. All subject were evaluated about 10m walking test, 6 minutes walking test, physical activity scale for individuals with physical disability(PASIPD). Subject have conducted the measurement variable, 10MW, 6MW, PASIPD, before and after 4 week of exercise, respectively. An independent t-test was used to determine the between the experimental group and the control group after 4 week of exercise. While a paired t-test was used to examine the differences in the experimental group before and after the task-oriented circuit training.
Results are as follow:
1. There was statistically significant increase of 10m walking test of experimental group after 4 weeks of task-oriented circuit training(p2. there was statistically significant increase of 6 min walking test of experimental group after 4 weeks of task-oriented circuit training(p<.05).
3. There was statistically significant increase of PASIPD of experimental group after 4 weeks of task-oriented circuit training4. There were statistically difference of 10MW, PASIPD between experimental group and control group(p<.05)
This study proved that task-oriented circuit training after stroke can improve functional performance. Thus, this study suggest that task-oriented circuit training for functional performance be effective on the stroke rehabilitation.
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