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The Study of an Improvement of Clinical Competency through Evidence Based Learning
Lee, Dongyup ;
Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine, volume 2, issue 2, 2014, Pages 1~12
DOI : 10.15268/ksim.2014.2.2.001
Purpose : The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect that the academic achievement of the students about the evidence based learning investigates the learning utility value about and the request. Method : The agreement of college students explaining the purpose of research for 12 weeks against 17 students and investigate through a questionnaire. The level of academic achievement according to the sex and claim showed a characteristic with a percentage. An utility investigate the descriptive epidemiologic characteristic about the class of the evidence based learning. Result : The most of college students the level of academic achievement and requests the expected grade of the students about the evidence based learning wanted the 'high' grade of 9 persons, 'middle' grade of 8 persons in the part and the expectation for the class taken so much was high(p<.05). There was the significant different in the utility aspect in the need of the evidence based learning, homework solution, learning synergy effect improvement, and reference search ability improvement(p<.05). Conclusion : These finding revealed that the evidence based learning the satisfaction with class raises the improvement and utility value, and provided the need and the has to develop the educational model which the college students contentment raises an improvement after this opportunity for the new recognition.
The Effects of Computer - based Attention Program on Cognition and Executive Function in Elderly with Vascular Dementia
Lee, Hyojeong ; Hwang, Kyoungok ;
Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine, volume 2, issue 2, 2014, Pages 13~20
DOI : 10.15268/ksim.2014.2.2.013
Purpose : The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of cognition and executive function by computer - based attention program in vascular dementia. Method : The subjects of this study, old man diagnosed with vascular dementia, 12 patients were picked up, who were agreed with this research and were having hospital care for 4 weeks at nursing care centers. Computer-based attention program was applied to vascular dementia. Cognitive function measured by a K-MMSE and executive function measured by ACL. The SPSS Ver. 18.0 statistical program was used for data processing. The significance level for statistical inspection was set as 0.05. Result : In comparison of cognitive function was not significantly correlated in the pre and post test and executive function was significantly correlated in the pre and post test. Conclusion : Therefore, the computer-based attention program is useful to improve the cognitive and executive function in elderly with vascular dementia.
Study on Attitude of College Students and Physical Therapists towards Seniors with Dementia
Lee, Minsoo ; Kim, Myungchul ; Kim, Seungkyun ;
Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine, volume 2, issue 2, 2014, Pages 21~29
DOI : 10.15268/ksim.2014.2.2.021
Purpose : This study is aimed at offering basic data for fostering the flexible attitude of physical therapy students towards seniors with dementia and the clinical ability to deal with such patients without fear after employment. Method : We investigated 181 physical therapists and 225 university students by using questionnaires from August 12 to September 19 2013. The questionnaire that used in this study was consisted by question about general characteristics, knowledge of dementia, attitude of dementia. The following result was obtained by using SPSS 19.0. Result : Attitude scores for dementia, Physical therapist was 41.66. Physical Therapy student was 40.34. Non-student Department of Health was 39.22. Non-Department of Health student was affected by acquisition of dementia information and living with the elderly. Physical Therapy student had significant influence depending on the household monthly income. Non-Department of Health student had significant influence depending on student age. Physical therapist had significant influence in accordance with dementia information. Conclusion : The study has revealed that the following factors of the therapists influence their attitudes towards dementia: their age; educational level; whether or not they have a family member with dementia; whether or not they have obtained information on dementia. Based on the finding, it is necessary to foster the flexible attitude of students towards seniors with dementia and provide education on effective clinical approaches upon physical therapy.
The Changes of Balance Ability after Therapeutic Intervention for Muscle Strengthening of Cervical
Park, Jonghang ; Kim, Yoonhwan ; Choi, Wonjye ; Seo, Taehwa ; Song, Hyunseung ;
Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine, volume 2, issue 2, 2014, Pages 31~40
DOI : 10.15268/ksim.2014.2.2.031
Purpose : To evaluate the effect of cervical strengthening exercise on balance ability in healthy adults. Method : The subjects consisted of forty healthy people. The subjects were divided into two group. The control group(n=14) received no exercise and/or stimulation. The cervical strengthening exercise group(n=14) performed therapeutic intervention using cervical exercise for strengthening of cervical spine muscle. The exercise group were accomplished during 6 weeks(2~3set, 5times/week). All tests were completed before and after experiment. The static balance ability was measured by normal standing when subjects open and close their eyes on GOOD BALANCE SYSTEM, respectively. For each case, the experimental data were obtained in 3 items: mean X speed, mean Y speed and velocity moment. Result : The results of this study were as follows; 1. In the exercise group, the statistically significant difference were shown on X speed and Y speed in the case of normal standing when subjects open and close their eyes and X speed, Y speed and velocity moment in the case of normal standing when subjects close their eyes(p<0.05). 2. In control group, the statistically significant difference were not shown on all posture(p>0.05). 3. There were a statistically significant difference in the X speed and Y speed in the case of normal standing when subjects open their eyes between control group and the exercise group(p<0.05). There were a statistically significant difference in the X speed, Y speed and velocity moment in the case of normal standing when subjects close their eyes between control group and exercise group(p<0.05). Conclusion : The above results revealed that therapeutic intervention for muscle strengthening of cervical there were positive changes to balance ability.
A Comparison of the Appearance in Implant Success according to Membrane Type during GBR(Guided Bone Regeneration)
Lee, Sunmi ; Kim, Jiyoung ;
Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine, volume 2, issue 2, 2014, Pages 41~47
DOI : 10.15268/ksim.2014.2.2.041
Purpose : The aim was to compare the implant success rate according to membrane type through a clinical case of patients, who used bio-resorbable membrane and non-resorbable membrane. Methods : A survey was conducted targeting patients with the use of bio-resorbable membrane and non-resorbable membrane who visited H dental clinic in Busan for implant surgery and bone graft for 1 year from May 2010 to May 2011. A chart was made and surveyed for 100 people with non-resorbable membrane and for 75 people with bio-resorbable membrane. Results were compared. Results : 1. As for the measurement value of Periotest M
, the value of -8~0 was measured with 92% in case of surgery by using non-resorbable membrane. The value of +1~+9 was measured with 8.0%. In case of surgery by using bio-resorbable membrane, Peiotest M(R) was measured with 78.7% as for the value of -8~0 and 16(21.3%) as for the value of +1~+9. In light of this, a case of using non-resorbable membrane was indicated to be higher(p=0.021) in success rate than a case of using bio-resorbable membrane. 2. As a result of periodontal conditions, namely, bleeding(p=0.914), swelling(p=0.500), inflammation(p=0.074), pain(p=0.571), and itch appearance(p=0.475) according to membrane type, all were insignificant. Conclusions : A case of using non-resorbable membrane is considered to be likely to be more effective than using bio-resorbable membrane during GBR(Guided Bone Regeneration) with the use of membrane in implant surgery.
Literature Review of Exercise Therapy Effects in Patients with Breast Cancer
Kim, Inseop ;
Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine, volume 2, issue 2, 2014, Pages 49~58
DOI : 10.15268/ksim.2014.2.2.049
Purpose : This study was to evaluate the effectiveness of exercise therapies for breast cancer patients through review analysis of the rehabilitation they had usually received to increase the quality of their lives. Exercise therapy for breast cancer patients has proven to be highly effective, so it is strongly recommended. Method : Focusing on breast cancer-related journal articles published since 1990, an analysis using the Spolit and Medline search engines was undertaken of breast krebs, tumors, cancer, sportaktivitaet, and exercise in patients with breast cancer. Exercise for breast cancer patients has been considered to have positive effects on fatigue, muscle weakness, and the range of motion of upper extremities, as well as on depression. Breast cancer patients have to be divided according to their identifying clinical characteristics, and then have to be prescribed a suitable exercise program. In accordance with previous articles, a varied exercise program was organized in terms of frequency, duration, and intensity. The frequency was more than three times per week. Its duration was about 30 minutes per session. Result : The intensity of exercise was moderate. The types of exercises included recommended strengthening exercises, as well as various aerobic exercises. Based on previous data, a new exercise method for breast cancer patients was introduced in this study. Conclusion : Above all, exercise programs should be planned according to the different characteristics of breast cancer patients, in order to reduce physical impairments and psychological problems.
Influence of Image Training on Static and Dynamic Balance for College Students
Nam, Hyoungchun ; Lim, Kyungil ; Kim, Suhyeon ; Kim, Seoji ; Kim, Jiseon ; Ryu, Youngwoo ; Park, Inae ; Lee, Subin ; Jin, Hanbin ; Moon, Junseok ; Jang, Sehoon ;
Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine, volume 2, issue 2, 2014, Pages 59~65
DOI : 10.15268/ksim.2014.2.2.059
Purpose : This study was to investigate the influence of imagery balance for healthy normal people in their twenties. Method : The study has taken a place in Kyung-buk college in Yung-jusi in Kyungbuk with a group of 21 healthy peoples. The study used measurement of good balance. we measured balance for data of each static and dynamic. Training period, a total of 2 weeks. Except Saturday and Sunday, the study did weekdays. Fist, 2-minute relaxation. Second, 6-minute imagine training. Third, 2-minute relaxation. Total 10-minute training was conducted per training. Result : In study, the subjects were compared date for before the study to date for after the study. The subjects showed a little change in each Balance. But, the improvement of balance was not a big change. Conclusion : Image training kinesthetic image using hearing improved incompletely inspite of being no gap, numerically balance.
The Effects of 3 Dimensional Exercises and Klapp's Exercise on Scoliosis
Yang, Hoesong ; Jeong, Chanju ; Yoo, Youngdae ; Bae, Sehyeon ; Park, Jinsu ; Mun, Jihye ; Yang, Seyoul ; Lee, Sol ; Ha, Yura ; Heo, Jeongae ;
Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine, volume 2, issue 2, 2014, Pages 67~78
DOI : 10.15268/ksim.2014.2.2.067
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of 3 dimensional exercises and Klapp's exercise on parameters of scoliosis in subjects with non-structure scoliosis. METHOD: This study was performed on 24 subjects. Twenty-four subjects were divided into two groups; 3 dimensional exercise(n=12), Klapp's exercise(n=12). Both of the group performed the exercise 3 times a week for 5 weeks. The data was analyzed by the Paired t-test for comparing before and after changes of factors in each group and the Independent t-test for comparing the between groups. RESULT: The result are as follows. There was statistically significant difference of before and after arthopometric parameters, trunk flexion, Cobb's angle in 3 dimensional exercise(p<0.05). There was statistically significant difference of before and after acromion high, trunk extension, Cobb's angle in Klapp's exercise(p<0.05). There was no statistically significant difference of between the two group in arthropometric parameters, ROM, Cobb's angle(p>0.05). CONCLUSION: As a result of this study, we found that the 3 dimensional exercise may be effective more than Klapp's exercise.
A Comparison of EEG and Forearms EMG Activity depend on the Type of Smartphone when Inputting Text Messages
Lee, Hyoungsoo ; Go, Gyeongjin ; Kim, Jinwon ; Park, Songyi ; Park, Jiseon ; Park, Jinri ; Seok, Hyer ; Yang, Gureum ; Yang, Sieun ; Yun, Gwangoh ;
Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine, volume 2, issue 2, 2014, Pages 79~88
DOI : 10.15268/ksim.2014.2.2.079
Purpose: This study investigated the relationship between smartphone addiction propensities and compare muscle activity of the forearms and brain wave depend on the type of smartphone when inputting text messages. Method: We used an EMG to measure the change in muscle activity by attaching pads to the four muscles in both forearms of all 16 participants. We simultaneously conducted EEG measurements by observing the changes in alpha and beta waves recorded from electrode attached to both ears and the forehead of the participants. The participants had to input a given text using three different types of smartphones for ten minutes each. Result: The comparison of the EMG when inputting text involved a one way analysis of variance and the results showed that the iPad3 was highest for muscle activity followed by GALAXY Note2 and iPhone4. For EEG measurement, a one way analysis of variance was also used and the results showed iPhone4 was higest followed by GALAXY Note2 and finally iPad3 for EEG stress score. Conclusion: The results are thought to be used as reference data for smart phone users.
Effects of Learning Motivation on the Stress Coping Style and Stress of Test
Jang, Chel ; Lee, Eunhye ; Cheon, Jisu ;
Journal of The Korean Society of Integrative Medicine, volume 2, issue 2, 2014, Pages 89~96
DOI : 10.15268/ksim.2014.2.2.089
Purpose : In this study, we selected three research subjects to attempt to clear learning motivation of college students is what impact the stress coping style and stress test. First, age, gender, the future career after graduation, the presence or absence of part-time job is, its impact on learning motivation. Second, learning motivation is what effect the stress of the test. Third, based on the motivation of learning, how deal pursuing efforts form the social support, the center of the problem-solving approach, seeking to avoid the reaction to stress how different form. Methods : K University occupational therapy and one, two, three grade 100 students (male 22 people, female 78) to target age, sex, and after graduation, part-time status, motivation, stress, stress coping style questionnaire for distribution and was written. Results : First of all, women's social support form graduation course, more robust than pursue blank after the synchronization uncertainty and stress, and graduated from the trading center and avoid the use of career, more form. Second, motivation and stress test, a difference between the notice could not see. Third, the higher the motivation of learning, problem-solving, Action form to the center to use as many as you, but avoid using too much in the center form is addressed. Conclusion : As a result of the study that came out of the course after graduating from ensure that learning motivation is high, the more the uncertainty, the more to cope with stress in the center of the form to avoid form address was used. Because of this, the student careers after graduation, to make sure that can help you to compare efforts over is believed to be necessary.