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The goal os this clinical trial is to develop and validate a gamified, fully immersive, and stroke-specific virtual reality software to improve physical disability and quality of life in patients with stroke. The main questions it aims to answer are: - To assess the effects of a gamified, fully immersive and stroke-specific virtual reality 10-week intervention combined with usual care rehabilitation, compared to usual care rehabilitation alone and in combination with a commercially available VR system, on disability in patients with stroke. - To assess the effects of a gamified, fully immersive and stroke-specific virtual reality intervention combined with usual care rehabilitation, compared to usual care rehabilitation alone and in combination with a commercially available virtual reality system, on quality of life, upper-body motor function, gross manual dexterity, handgrip strength, static and dynamic balance, and cognitive function in patients with stroke


Clinical Trial Description

Stroke is the leading cause of long-term disability and ranks as the second most prevalent cause of mortality worldwide. According to data from the World Health Organization, since 2005, the global probability of a person experiencing a stroke has increased by 50 percent. It is expected that 1 in 4 individuals will face the risk of having a stroke in their lifetime. A stroke can result in significant loss of motor functions, communications abilities, weakness, or hemiparesis, leading to a diminished quality of life. Therefore, improving the rehabilitation process is evidently of paramount significance. Virtual reality has emerged as a novel strategy to improve neurological diseases; however, there is an absence of an immersive software designed specifically for stroke patients within a gamified environment. Therefore, the aim of RESET randomized controlled trial is to evaluate the effect of a gamified, fully immersive, and stroke-specific virtual reality software on disability in stroke patients. ;


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NCT number NCT06132399
Study type Interventional
Source Universidad de Almeria
Contact Alberto Soriano-Maldonado, PhD
Phone 950 01 55 50
Email asoriano@ual.es
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date April 2024
Completion date October 2025

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