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Prospective observational cohort study, with 6 months follow up, to identify clinical, instrumental and genetic predictors of functional recovery in hospitalized patients undergoing intensive rehabilitation after stroke. All patients will be evaluated with a standardized protocol. Functional recovery will be assessed at the discharge and after a period of 6 months.
Task-specific repetitive training, an usual care in occupational therapy practice, and robotic-aided rehabilitation with bilateral practice to improve limb's movement control has been popularised; however the difference in treatment effects between this two therapeutic strategies has been rarely described. The aim of the study was to compare the efficacy of robotic-assisted therapy with bilateral practice (RTBP) and usual care on task and motor performance for chronic stroke patients.
This randomised controlled study will investigate the effectiveness of isokinetic strengthening on the upper extremity functionality and strength in post-stroke hemiplegic patients.
Assess the effect of inspiratory muscle training on lung function, muscle strength and trunk balance in survivors of stroke in the subacute phase of the disease
The investigator assumed that perturbed-event-induced vibrotactile cueing enable more precision arm movement adjustment, sensory function and dexterity improvement in the spastic arm. Thus the specific aim of the study was to develop a vibrotactile therapy system that can provide vibrotactile feedback through the pinch performance of the hand when countering mechanically induced perturbations and also analyzed training effects of the perturbation-based pinch task training system on the sensorimotor performance of the hands for stroke patients.
This comparative efficacy study will be based on a 3-armed controlled trial: bilateral robotic priming combined with bilateral arm training (bilateral RT+BAT), bilateral robotic priming combined with mirror therapy (bilateral RT+MT), and the control intervention (bilateral RT+IOT). The goal of this 4-year project is to provide scientific evidence of the comparative efficacy research of hybrid interventions based on unilateral vs. bilateral approach to upper limb rehabilitation in subacute and chronic stroke.
Trial investigates the benefits and harms of Levodopa /Carbidopa 100/25mg compared to placebo (given in addition to standardized rehabilitation based on the principles of motor learning) and whether there is an association with a patient-relevant enhancement of functional recovery in acute ischemic stroke patients. Study participants will be randomized 1:1.
The aim of this feasibility study is to investigate whether target-oriented treatment planning can be maintained in the rehabilitation of stroke patients using the existing classification (LIMOS) and evidence-based specialist treatment pathways. If the goal-oriented treatment planning cannot be adhered to, reasons for failure should be investigated.
The aim of this study is to evaluate the effects of an assisted rehabilitation treatment through a robotic exoskeleton device on the functional recovery in a group of patients with hemiparesis from lesion of the first motor neuron (post-stroke), compared with a group of patients subjected to a conventional rehabilitation treatment. The patients enrolled in the study are chronic stroke injured with right hemiparesis of moderate to severe degree, by the system injury pyramid, never undergoing rehabilitation treatment with robots.