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This is a small, pilot randomized clinical trial of administering sildenafil citrate to individuals within 10 days of ischemic stroke who have motor impairment and who are undergoing inpatient rehabilitation compared to placebo. The primary outcome is motor recovery at one and three months.
Muscle alterations and modifications passive biomechanical properties that occur on a spastic muscle contribute to functional disorders involved in spasticity. Botulinum toxin (TB) A is the reference treatment of the focused spasticity, and muscle source structural and biomechanical changes, very little studied in humans, especially since it is not one possibility of easily and reliably paraclinical assessment injections consequences.
In hemiplegic, there is very little data on the impact of neurological deficit on the microarchitecture independent of bone mineral density and composition of the bone marrow. Rare studies have shown the relationship between some micro-architectural parameters and severity of neurological deficit. There is no study in humans on the evolution of the parameters of the microarchitecture assessed by 3D micro-tomography in the early phase of the installation of neurological deficits after stroke, in terms of a bearing bone, tibia, that a non-load bearing bones, radius.
This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of adjuvant electroacupuncture therapy for the post-stroke patients with urinary retention under conventional treatments, compared with sham electroacupuncture.
This is a randomized, crossover design trial that will compare how anodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) versus sham tDCS administered during multiple sessions of scripting therapy affects the acquisition and retention of trained scripts.
This is an extension study to evaluate the long-term safety, tolerability, and efficacy of two dose strengths of dalfampridine-ER twice daily tablets when administered for at least 12 months to subjects with chronic post-ischemic stroke walking deficits who have completed the controlled, double-blind Study DALF-PS-1016.
Stroke is the second cause of death worldwide and represented the first cause of death in Brazil between 2006 and 2010. Most patients survive, and there is a need to develop cost-effective rehabilitation strategies to decrease the burden of disability from stroke. This study addresses this important issue, by combining two different interventions in the early phase post-stroke: robotic therapy associated or not with transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), as adjuvant interventions to conventional physical therapy, for motor upper limb rehabilitation.
This is a prospective, randomized, double-blind, and controlled clinical study to investigate the effects of DLBS1033 in conjunction with standard therapy compared to standard therapy alone in acute ischemic stroke patients.
The purpose of this study is to measure the tissular oxygen saturation in brain by magnetic resonance imaging on subjects and to correlate the results with near infrared spectroscopy measurements.
The objectives of this study are to review the safety and efficacy of Actilyse Vial (hereafter referred to as "Actilyse") in post-marketing use for treatment of acute ischemic stroke, through investigating followings; 1. Unknown adverse events (especially serious adverse events) 2. Frequency (Incidence) and trend of adverse events under the actual practice 3. Factors on the safety profile of Actilyse 4. Factors on the efficacy profile of Actilyse