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Validity Reliability of 3 Meter Backward Walk Test in Stroke Patients

2020-01-22 12:12:56 | BioPortfolio

Summary

The 3 m walk-back test is used to assess neuromuscular control, proprioception, protective reflexes, fall risk, and balance. In a study of healthy elderly adults, a 3-m walk-back test showed better diagnostic accuracy compared to the most commonly used measurement methods for falls in the past year. Reliability is extremely important, especially for research and clinical applications. In order to assess the risk of falling, measurement methods need to be reliable and change accurately over time. 3 m walk back test was found to be reliable in healthy elderly individuals. However, there are no studies investigating the validity and reliability of this test in stroke patients.

Description

Balance; within the limits of the stability of the center of gravity can be controlled on the surface. Balance can be affected due to muscle weakness after stroke, abnormal muscle tone, loss of deep sensation and disturbances in vestibular mechanisms. Among all sensorimotor results of stroke, it is stated that the balance of postural control has the greatest effect on daily living activities and gait. Accurate assessment of balance in stroke patients is important in identifying appropriate aids for mobility, choosing an effective treatment program, determining safe and unsafe activities, and setting rehabilitation goals. The most common risk factor for falls is one of the most important risk factors for stroke. Therefore, reliable and accurate measurement of dynamic gait balance is an important issue in stroke patients.The 3 m walk-back test is used to assess neuromuscular control, proprioception, protective reflexes, fall risk, and balance. In a study of healthy elderly adults, a 3-m walk-back test showed better diagnostic accuracy compared to the most commonly used measurement methods for falls in the past year. Reliability is extremely important, especially for research and clinical applications. In order to assess the risk of falling, measurement methods need to be reliable and change accurately over time. 3 m walk back test was found to be reliable in healthy elderly individuals. However, there are no studies investigating the validity and reliability of this test in stroke patients.

Study Design

Conditions

Stroke Syndrome

Intervention

stroke patinets

Location

Ayşe Abit Kocaman
Kırıkkale
Turkey
7110

Status

Recruiting

Source

Kırıkkale University

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2020-01-22T12:12:56-0500

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