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The aim of the study is to investigate the efficacy and safety of digital interactive technology with artificial intelligence and biofeedback Smart glove "SensoRehab" for restoration of in-hand manipulation in patients with ischemic stroke in the early and late recovery periods.

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The study is an open-label observational trial. Brain stroke (BS) is one of the main causes of upper limb (UL) dysfunction and limitations of daily human activity.The fine use of the hand imparement is often combined with speech, cognitive and emotional disturbances, which is due to the anatomical proximity and close functional relationships of the corresponding areas in the cerebral cortex. The objective of the present study will be to evaluate the effectiveness and safety of the digital interactive technology (DIT) with artificial intelligence and biofeedback Smart glove "SensoRehab" (SGSR) for restoration of in-hand manipulation in patients with ischemic stroke in the early and late recovery period.The SGSR technique involves neurosensory training and retraining to improve the fine use of the hand and arm, and the patient's cognitive and emotional state. 30 patients will be include to the study. After a basic assessment of hand motor function and game training, each patient undergoes sessions on the SGSR system. The program for BS patients includes 10 sessions with the SGSR (15-30 minutes once a day for the affected hand, 2 weeks). The clinical outcomes will be obtained at the completion of treatment (2 weeks) and at 1 month after ompletion of the course of rehabilitation. The statistical analysis will follow the intention-to-treat principles. The outcomes of interest are motor function state of the UL, pain intensity, cognitive functions, general physical and emotional status. An integral indicators are the assessment of the patient's quality of life and independence in everyday life activity. ;

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NCT number NCT05214521
Study type Interventional
Source Moscow Scientific and Practical Center of Medical Rehabilitation, Restorative and Sports Medicine
Contact Liudmila V Petrova, PhD
Phone +79163940742
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date January 11, 2021
Completion date December 30, 2023

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