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COMPARE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CONSTRAINT INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY AND MOTOR RELEARNING PROGRAMME IN POST STROKE PATIENTS

Created by :
Jerry Maratis ( 0317087705 )
Ahmad Wahidin (20160606007), Kesit Ivanali (0323049402)



SubjectTERAPI
PASIEN SETELAH STROKE
Alt. Subject THERAPY
POST STROKE PATIENT
KeywordCIMT
MRP
Upper Extremity
Stroke

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Compare the effectiveness of Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) and Motor Relearning Program (MRP) on upper extremity and hand functions in post-stroke patients.. Methods: This research is an experimental study design. randomaized control pre test post-Test Design. Sample of convenience of twelve (12) stroke subjects are selected and devided into group I and group II. Group I received CIMT and group II with MRP. Results: test normality with Shapiro Wilk Test obtained normal distribution data while with test homogenity with Levenes test obtained data has variant Homogen. The results of hypothesis testing in treatment group I with the One Sampels T-test obtained pvalue <0.001 in Wolf Motor Function Test (WMFT) CIMT intervention can improve Upper Etremity function. In the treatment group II with the One Sampels T-test, the pvalue was <0.001 at WMFT. So it can be concluded that MRP intervention can improve Upper Extremity function. The independent sample t-test results show a p-value <0.360, which means there is no difference in the functional increase in Upper Extremity Stroke conditions between CIMT and MRP interventions. Conclusion: there was no difference in effectiveness between CIMT and MRP for improving upper extremity function in post stroke patients.

Date Create:18/04/2022
Type:Text
Format:pdf
Language:English
Identifier:UEU-Proceeding-14_0257
Collection ID:14_0257


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2021: Academic Physiotherapy Conference Proceeding

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Fakultas Fisioterapi

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Civitas Akademika Universitas Esa Unggul

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