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To compare and evaluate the effects of Modified Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (mCIMT) & Bilateral Arm Training on upper extremity in chronic stroke patients this study will be conducted

Clinical Trial Description

Stroke is the abrupt loss of neurological function, due to disturbance of the blood flow in the brain. There is variety of crucial sign and symptoms that can occur during stroke include changes in the level of consciousness and impairments of sensation and motor or cognitive function loss. It also includes changes in perceptual and language functions. Worldwide, 55 million people died of stroke in 2002, and approximately 20 percent of these deaths occurred in South Asia. Predicting amounts of deaths from stroke will increase to 63 million in 2015 and 78 million by 2030 with the mass occurring in the poor countries of the world. Rehabilitation plays a major role in minimizing activity limitation and participation restriction or to decrease extent of impairments. Stroke can cause variety of impairments which have greater impact on the patient quality of life. Hemiparesis is the common impairment, in which involvement of upper limb is commonly seen.

mCIMT and BAT techniques both play an important role in the treatment of stroke. In this research, both techniques will be use to evaluate which treatment technique is better for upper extremity chronic stroke patients. Written informed consent will be taken. Each participant will be requested to draw either number one or number two from a box. Number one will be allocated to Group A and number two will be allocated to group B. The A group will receive mCIMT after applying conservative management and Group B will receive BAT for 5 days a week for 8 weeks. ;

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NCT number NCT04556903
Study type Interventional
Source Riphah International University
Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date June 15, 2019
Completion date December 30, 2019

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