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Tourniquets Type Combat Application Tourniquet: Proximal or Distal Location, Simple or Staggered on Upper and Lower Limb

A tourniquet is used to stop abundant bleeding when simple compression is not effective. The investigators will study the vascular suffering of the tourniquets according to their location on the limb: limb (arm / thigh) or distal (forearm / leg). Vascular suffering will be evaluated by the loss of the radial doppler flux for the tourniquets placed on the upper limb and in the tibial anterior to the lower limb by the loss of the pulse oximetry pulse and the collection of the sig...

Exoneuromusculoskeleton for Upper Limb Rehabilitation After Stroke

A new clothing robotic arm was developed for multi-joint coordinated upper limb rehabilitation after stroke. Patients after stroke will be recruited to evaluate the rehabilitation effectiveness of the device assisted upper limb rehabilitation. Both patients with chronic stroke and subacute stroke will be investigated.

The Effect of Application of Proximal and Distal Upper Rehabilitation Robot With Stroke Patients

Comparison of the effect of upper limb rehabilitation on the application of proximal upper rehabilitation robot and distal upper rehabilitation robot with stroke patients

Task-oriented Upper Limb Training in MS

An adequate upper limb function is crucial to independently perform Activities of Daily Living (ADL). Persons with neurological diseases often experience upper limb dysfunction. Upper limb function in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is highly prevalent, increasing with overall disability level, while the detrimental impact on ADL is higher than in stroke, given that symptoms often occur bilaterally. In contrast to stroke, it is unknown whether similar rehabilitation principles and effe...

Upper Limb Botulinum Toxin Injection Combined With Self Rehabilitation

To show that the addition of a self-rehabilitation program to standard treatment, involving repeated BTI and usual physiotherapy, improves impairment and activity limitation of the paretic upper limb more than the control treatment (BTI + usual physiotherapy), in a randomised controlled study of patients with spastic hemiparesis following stroke.

Goal-oriented Intervention in Parkinson's Disease

Upper-limb disorders in patients with Parkinson's disease include decreased speed and amplitude of movements, difficulty in sequential tasks, and disrupted execution of fine manipulative hand activities.The aim of the study was to evaluate the effects of home-based goal-oriented upper limb intervention in patients with Parkinson's disease.

Upper Limb Loss Perturbation Response

Recent investigations have suggested that persons with upper limb loss experience a high prevalence of falls with a quarter of reported falls resulting from a trip. Moreover, studies indicate that missing part of an arm may negatively impact balance and that use of a prosthesis exacerbates this problem. While the investigators are beginning to understand the effects of upper limb loss on balance, the understanding of how Veterans with upper limb loss respond to walking disturba...

Socially Assistive Robot in Upper-Limb Neurorehabilitation

30 one year post stroke patients with upper limb paresis will be recruited to this study. The study is an RCT consists of three groups of intervention: 1. social robot, 2. computer, 3. self training. the intervention consists of 15 therapy sessions of reach-to-grasp games of the affected upper limb.

Effects of Kinesio Taping for Upper Limb Function of Stroke Patients

Patients with stroke in the brain, due to central nervous system damage, lack of correct action patterns, limited joint movement of upper limbs, affecting the patient's performance. The Kinesio taping effect is to facilitate the muscle activity of upper limb. This program is intended to provide a treatment for patients with chronic stroke, and to observe their upper limb movements before and after using the Kinesio taping.

Bilateral Upper Limb Amputation Observatory

In France, there is currently no data to directly estimate the number of bilateral upper limb amputations, their characteristics and therapeutic care. By extrapolation from the Regional Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR) Nancy in 2005, the number of new cases of amputated patients with prosthetic fitting of the upper limb was estimated at 355. Epidemiological data from the 2009-2010 Annual Report of the LIMBLESS STATISTICS database (collection of quantitat...

Upper Limb Mirror Therapy With TENS to Improve Upper Limb Functions in Patients With Sub-acute Stroke

This study compare the effectiveness of 2 rehabilitation programmes that use (1) MT with TENS, (2) sham-MT with TENS, respectively, in addition to standardized upper limb training (TOT), in improving upper limb motor functions, activities of daily living, community integration and quality of life in patients with sub-acute stroke.

Pulmonary and Upper Limb Functions in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Although it is known that the functions of pulmonary and upper limb is affected in late stage of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) negatively, the investigators do not have clear information about its early stage. The aim of this study was to investigate the differences in pulmonary and upper limb functions between children with DMD in early stage and healthy peers.

Active Smart Wearable Orthosis for Enhanched Rehabilitation THErapy

The purpose of this study is to investigate the usability of a new upper limb robot assisted therapy device in stroke patients.

A Novel Approach for Brain Stimulation in Severe Stroke

The long-term goal of this project is to develop upper limb rehabilitation interventions that can be utilized for stroke survivors, specifically survivors with more severe limitations in use of their affected upper limb. This study will utilize a novel method of non-invasive brain stimulation in conjunction with upper limb training given for 15 visits over a period of 5 weeks. The study will include the following site visits: - Eligibility Screening and Informed Con...

Manual Lymphatic Drainage in the Superior Member in Women in Post-surgery for Breast Cancer

Evaluate the effect of Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) massage in arterial and venous circulation of the upper limb ipsilateral of women submitted after axillary lymphadenectomy breast cancer.

EMG-controlled Virtual Reality to Improve Upper Extremity Function in Chronic Stroke Patients

This is a single subject design study to investigate the effectiveness of electromyography-controlled virtual reality and serious gaming treatment on upper extremity functionality in patients in the chronic recovery stage after stroke. The treatment consists of 18 sessions, 3 times per week, 2 hours each session. The investigator's hypothesis is that this treatment will improve upper limb functionality in our study population, this outcome will be measured with Fugl-Meyer Upp...

Robotic Rehabilitation of Upper Limb in PD

It has been shown that robot-assisted therapy may be considered an effective and reliable method for the delivery of highly repetitive training useful to boost neuroplasticity. Thus, an early, intensive, repetitive and task oriented training could be an ideal strategy to facilitate relearning of motor function and to improve motor function. The ARMEO-S® is a specific upper limb electromedical device mainly used to reduce spasticity and improve muscle force. To date robotic upp...

Combined Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and Robot-Assisted Upper Arm Training in Subacute Stroke Patients

This study was designed to establish the clinical evidence for effect of Robot-Assisted upper arm training and Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on upper limb function of subacute stroke patients. - Purpose : to elucidate the effect of Robot-Assisted upper arm training and Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on upper limb function of stroke patients compared to conventional occupational therapy - Subjects : total 99 patients with stro...

Anodal tDCS Over the Contralesional Hemisphere With Robotic Arm Training in Subacute Stroke Patients With Severe Upper Limb Hemiparesis

Upper limb recovery is not predicted by the initial severity of paralysis and the parameters reflecting the integrity of the corticospinal tract (e.g. motor evoked potential, fractional anisotropy in diffusion tensor imaging). Although the inhibition of the contralesional hemisphere is known to be beneficial for the upper limb recovery after stroke in previous studies, this is not proven in the severely paralyzed upper limb. And the studies using the noninvasive stimulation in ...

Upper Limb Reeducation Across Life Span

Program Ready2E.A.T. was developed to be tested in the upper limb reeducation on population at risk, such as: - Children with dysfunction - Cognitive impaired elderly - Dementia people

Home Study of an Advanced Upper Limb Prosthesis

The overall study objective is to examine the feasibility, acceptance, and benefits of home use of an advanced upper limb prosthetic device as well as the logistical support requirements utilized during 3 months of home usage. All participating subjects will enroll in Part A of the study which will involve supervised training. Eligible subjects will be invited to participate in Part B, the home use portion of the study.

Low Frequency rTMS With Structured PT Training on Restoring Upper Extremity Function

Stroke is the leading cause of function disability or impairment. Non-promising functional return from upper limb rehabilitation has been reported. With the technology advances, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), which is a form of non-invasive direct brain stimulation, may act as an attenuator in regulating or modulating the cortical excitability in order to facilitate cortical re-organization and enhance behavioral performance. Various therapeutic exercise protocols ha...

Types of Upper Limb and Hand in Patients With Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy (CP) has been defined as "a group of permanent disorders of the development of movement and posture causing activity limitation(s) that are attributed to non-progressive disturbances that occurred in the developing fetal or infant brain". Investigators previously developed two classification systems, one for the upper limb and one for the hand, based on 100 films of patients with cerebral palsy (Bard 2010). Separate classifications were developed following an in...

Effects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Associated to Sensory Therapy for Treatment of Motor Function of Upper Limb of Stroke Patients

The aim of this research will be to investigate in stroke patients whether upper limb motor function can be maximized in response to sensory stimulation by comparing protocols for the application of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) in the cortical region of S1 and Sensory Therapy in the upper limb paretic. Patients will be randomly and randomly allocated into four groups, Group 1 (G1) composed of individuals who will receive the protocol for the application of rTMS in t...

Theta Burst Stimulation to Promote Motor Re-education in Tetraplegia

A repetitive, non-invasive brain stimulation technique referred to as theta burst stimulation can modulate corticomotor excitability and therefore has great rehabilitative potential for individuals with neurologic deficits, including individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI). In particular, intermittent theta burst stimulation (iTBS) can increase corticomotor excitability and may be a useful adjunct to physical rehabilitation to promote motor re-education after upper limb recon...

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