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A Systemic Review and Meta-Analysis on the Effects of FES Intervention for Stroke Patients

  • Korean Journal of Occupational Therapy
  • Abbr : Korean J of Occup Ther
  • 2012, 20(1), pp.111-126
  • Publisher : Korean Society Of Occupational Therapy
  • Research Area : Medicine and Pharmacy > Working Therapeutics

Yoo DooHan 1 Lee Jaeshin 1 Kim Hyeong Min 2 Hong Deok Gi 3

1건양대학교
2영남외국어대학
3신성대학교

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ABSTRACT

Objective : The purpose of this study is to look at a systemic review and meta-analysis on the effects of FES Intervention for stroke patients. Through this comprehensive study, we have to standardize and compare the studies. Methods : Depending on the selection criteria, 23 researches was searched for by EBRSR and Cochrane database. Compliance with the qualitative analysis of research evaluation framework divided along the subject characteristics and study characteristics were coded. And select frequently used tool to measure the average and standard deviation and sample size depending on the topic have conducted a meta-analysis. Results : Selected 23 studies were Pedro score 3 points or more, and randomized trials. The primary outcome measure tools including tools for upper extremity, motor activity log, activity daily of living were used. FES in an effort to maximize the effects of intensive applied for a short period of time, the different ways to attach a high-intensity stimulation, or perform certain tasks with the voluntary and include an active performing showed that maximizes the effectiveness of treatment. In activities of daily living was not a significant effect. The effect of upper extremity function by FES intervention on the meta-analysis showed significant effect, but motor activity log was not. Conclusion : FES has been widely used clinically for stroke patients to maximize the effect had been applied to various interventions. Specifically, the FES is applied with a specific task, depending on the nature of the project showed that the effect of differences. In addition, the use of FES applied to a variety of interventions are needed on national occupational therapy.

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