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The Effect of The Virtual Reality Rehabilitation System on Activities of daily living, cognitive function, self-esteem in Stroke
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The Effect of The Virtual Reality Rehabilitation System on Activities of daily living, cognitive function, self-esteem in Stroke
Kim, Young-Geun;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to verify the clinical usefulness of the virtual reality rehabilitation system which Academic-Industrial cooperation develop through clinical experiment for recovering the functional abilities in stroke. For this purpose, 24 Stroke(hemorrhage13, infarction11)participated in a clinical experiment. They were randomly assigned to the virtual reality rehabilitation system group(n=13) and conventional rehabilitation training(Activities of daily living, cognition training, motor control) group(n=11). All participant were evaluated with three standardized assessment tools(Functional Independent Measure; FIM, Mini-Mental State Examination for Korean; MMSE-K, Self-esteem scale) before and after the planned intervention sessions. All participant were intensively carried out for 8weeks, 3times a week. The results were as follows. The experimental group showed significant improvements for Activities of daily living, basic cognitive abilities and self-esteem related with life satisfaction after the interventions(p<.05). There were no significant differences between two groups for all assessment tool after interventions. Because of this experimental results, the virtual reality rehabilitation system showed the clinical utility for recovering the function in stroke. Further studies are needed to verify the clinical usefulness on the improvement of various functions in brain injury and dementia.
 Keywords
Virtual reality rehabilitation system;Clinical usefulness;Activities of daily living;Cognitive function;Self-esteem;Stroke;
 Language
Korean
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