A Pilot Study of Robot-assisted Therapy for Post-stroke Forearm and Wrist Rehabilitation Training

Completed

Phase 1 Results

Update History

19 Dec '14
The description was updated.
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The objective of this study is to clinically assess the effectiveness of CR2-Haptic and determine the feasibility of including robotic therapy into the daily rehabilitation program, and investigate the acceptance from patients and therapists. Total of 7 patients will be recruited in this study, all the patients will receive 1.5 hours of standard therapy together with 0.5 hour of robot therapy every day. The robot therapy will be a 30 mins long session for 3 to 5 days per week over a period of six weeks. The study will include forearm pronation-supination and wrist flexion-extension training.
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The objective of this study is to clinically assess the effectiveness of CR2-Haptic and determine the feasibility of including robotic therapy into the daily rehabilitation program, and investigate the acceptance from patients and therapists. Total of 6 patients will be recruited in this study, all the patients will receive 1.5 hours of standard therapy together with 0.5 hour of robot therapy every day. The robot therapy will be a 30 mins long session for 3 to 5 days per week over a period of six weeks. The study will include forearm pronation-supination and wrist flexion-extension training.
A location was updated in Petaling Jaya.
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The overall status was removed for National Stroke Association of Malaysia (NASAM).
14 Nov '14
The description was updated.
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The objective of this study is to clinically assess the effectiveness of CR2-Haptic and determine the feasibility of including robotic therapy into the daily rehabilitation program, and investigate the acceptance from patients and therapists. Total of 6 patients will be recruited in this study, all the patients will receive 1.5 hours of standard therapy together with 0.5 hour of robot therapy every day. The robot therapy will be a 30 mins long session for 3 to 5 days per week over a period of six weeks. The study will include forearm pronation-supination and wrist flexion-extension training.
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The objective of this study is to clinically assess the effectiveness of CR2-Haptic and determine the feasibility of including robotic therapy into the daily rehabilitation program, and investigate the acceptance from patients and therapists. Total of 6 patients will be recruited in this study, 3 patients will be allocated into control group and another 3 patients will be allocated into robot group. Both groups will receive the same dose of training. Control group will received 2 hours of standard therapy training, while robot group will receive 1.5 hours of standard therapy together with 0.5 hour of robot therapy every day. The robot therapy will be a 30 mins long session for 5 days per week over a period of six weeks. The study will include forearm pronation-supination and wrist flexion-extension training.
The eligibility criteria were updated.
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Inclusion Criteria: - Sub-acute and chronic stroke patients - Able to rest comfortable in training set-up - Mini-Mental Status Examination (MMSE) Score (>21) - Motor Assessment Scale (Balance sitting >3) - Modified Ashworth Scale (Wrist < 2) Exclusion Criteria: - Contractures in affected upper extremity which inhibit movements being tested
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Inclusion Criteria: - Sub-acute stroke patients - Able to rest comfortable in training set-up - Mini-Mental Status Examination (MMSE) Score (>21) - Motor Assessment Scale (Balance sitting >3) - Modified Ashworth Scale (Wrist < 2) Exclusion Criteria: - Contractures in affected upper extremity which inhibit movements being tested