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Patient-filled scales minimize the burden of data collection for clinicians in a clinical setting. Therefore, Leg activity measure, a new self-report measure of active and passive function in the leg, has been developed. Leg activity measure consists of three parts. The first part includes passive functions, the second part includes active functions, and the third part includes the assessment of quality of life. It is a valid and reliable test in adult neurological patients with lower extremity spasticity. It can be used in the evaluation of the active and passive functions of the results of the clinicians' interventions by making the cultural adaptation of the Turkish language and examining its validity and reliability. We think that it will be important to determine the limitations in activity, participation and daily living activities and to evaluate their reflections.


Clinical Trial Description

Spasticity is a common symptom resulting from stroke, brain trauma, and degenerative brain diseases. Spasticity, known as rate-dependent resistance to passive movement, prevents many activities of daily living. Lower extremity spasticity, on the other hand, hinders joint movements and complicates mobility, transfer and passive activities of caregivers. Goals for the treatment of spasticity often focus on active function improvements in walking, standing, and moving from different sitting positions. However, improvements in passive function tasks and symptom management are often equally important to patients. Active function is the use of the limb to directly perform a task. Passive fonskyion is care of the affected extremity, usually performed by the person himself, but may require assistance from another person. There is a need for instruments with demonstrable measurement properties that can reflect a clinically significant change in practice. Outcomes developed for treatments such as botulinum toxin and physical interventions for spasticity aimed at improving any aspect of functional performance (active and passive function) should ideally reflect real-life function as opposed to simply observed tasks in the clinical setting. Leg activity measure filled by the patient consists of three parts. The first part includes passive functions, the second part includes active functions, and the third part includes the assessment of quality of life. It is a valid and reliable test in adult neurological patients with lower extremity spasticity. It can be used in the evaluation of the active and passive functions of the results of the clinicians' interventions by making the cultural adaptation of the Turkish language and examining its validity and reliability. ;


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NCT number NCT05182411
Study type Observational [Patient Registry]
Source Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University
Contact Zekiye Ipek KATIRCI KIRMACI
Phone +90 544 261 82 85
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase
Start date January 15, 2022
Completion date August 15, 2022

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