Functional Connectivity In Relation To Proprioception and Sensorimotor Recovery in Stroke Patients (Feasibility Study)

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Phase N/A Results N/A

Update History

2 Mar '18
The eligibility criteria were updated.
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Inclusion Criteria: Inclusion criteria for healthy subjects are: - medically stable; - 18 - 99 years of age; - able to hear the instructions given during the study Inclusion criteria for stroke patients are: - at least 6 months post-stroke; - medically stable; - 18 - 99 years of age; - subcortical or cortical infarct confirmed with MRI; - Mini-mental State Exam > 24/30 (Folstein et al., 1975); - able to hear the instructions given during the study; - able to comprehend the instructions given during the study; - able to commit time to participate in a 6-12-weeks rehabilitation program Exclusion Criteria: - having ever experienced a stroke or another brain injury or illness related to the brain that has lasting effects or effects experienced at the moment of recruitment; - severe sensory impairments such that different movements of the finger, hand or wrist are not reliably felt; - contractures in tested arm that hinder persons from keeping the outstretched arm in a relaxed position; - interfering comorbidities (e.g. fracture, cancer, peripheral neuropathy); - exhibit contra-indications to enter the magnetic field of the 3T (pacemakers, metal parts in the body etc); - pregnant or nursing mother; - adults lacking capacity to consent
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Inclusion Criteria: - Inclusion criteria for healthy subjects are: - medically stable; - 18 - 99 years of age; - able to hear the instructions given during the study Inclusion criteria for stroke patients are: - at least 6 months post-stroke; - medically stable; - 18 - 99 years of age; - subcortical or cortical infarct confirmed with MRI; - Mini-mental State Exam > 24/30 (Folstein et al., 1975); - able to hear the instructions given during the study; - able to comprehend the instructions given during the study; - able to commit time to participate in a 6-12-weeks rehabilitation program Exclusion Criteria: - • having ever experienced a stroke or another brain injury or illness related to the brain that has lasting effects or effects experienced at the moment of recruitment; - severe sensory impairments such that different movements of the finger, hand or wrist are not reliably felt; - contractures in tested arm that hinder persons from keeping the outstretched arm in a relaxed position; - interfering comorbidities (e.g. fracture, cancer, peripheral neuropathy); - exhibit contra-indications to enter the magnetic field of the 3T (pacemakers, metal parts in the body etc); - pregnant or nursing mother; - adults lacking capacity to consent
28 Feb '18
The Summary of Purpose was updated.
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The purpose now is to: 1. identify brain connections related to proprioception to have a better understanding of differences between people with stroke and healthy persons 2. evaluate how these brain connections will change in people with stroke when they are engaged in 6-week cognitive multisensory rehabilitation.
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The purpose now is to: 1. identify brain connections related to proprioception to have a better understanding of differences between people with stroke and healthy persons 2. evaluate how these brain connections will change in people with stroke when they are engaged in a 6-week neurocognitive therapeutic program.
19 Apr '17
The gender criteria for eligibility was updated to "All."
A location was updated in Minneapolsi.
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The overall status was updated to "Recruiting" at University of Minnesota Medical Center.
15 Jun '16
A location was updated in Minneapolsi.
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The overall status was updated to "Recruiting" at University of Minnesota Medical Center.
30 Oct '15
The eligibility criteria were updated.
New
Inclusion Criteria: - Inclusion criteria for healthy subjects are: - medically stable; - 18 - 99 years of age; - able to hear the instructions given during the study Inclusion criteria for stroke patients are: - at least 6 months post-stroke; - medically stable; - 18 - 99 years of age; - subcortical or cortical infarct confirmed with MRI; - Mini-mental State Exam > 24/30 (Folstein et al., 1975); - able to hear the instructions given during the study; - able to comprehend the instructions given during the study; - able to commit time to participate in a 6-12-weeks rehabilitation program Exclusion Criteria: - • having ever experienced a stroke or another brain injury or illness related to the brain that has lasting effects or effects experienced at the moment of recruitment; - severe sensory impairments such that different movements of the finger, hand or wrist are not reliably felt; - contractures in tested arm that hinder persons from keeping the outstretched arm in a relaxed position; - interfering comorbidities (e.g. fracture, cancer, peripheral neuropathy); - exhibit contra-indications to enter the magnetic field of the 3T (pacemakers, metal parts in the body etc); - pregnant or nursing mother; - adults lacking capacity to consent
Old
Inclusion Criteria: - Inclusion criteria for healthy subjects are: - medically stable; - 18 - 99 years of age; - able to hear the instructions given during the study Inclusion criteria for stroke patients are: - at least 6 months post-stroke; - medically stable; - 18 - 99 years of age; - subcortical or cortical infarct confirmed with MRI; - Mini-mental State Exam > 24/30 (Folstein et al., 1975); - able to hear the instructions given during the study; - able to comprehend the instructions given during the study; - able to commit time to participate in a 6-12-weeks rehabilitation program Exclusion Criteria: - • having ever experienced a stroke or another brain injury or illness related to the brain that has lasting effects or effects experienced at the moment of recruitment; - severe sensory impairments such that different movements of the finger, hand or wrist are not reliably felt; - contractures in tested arm that hinder persons from keeping the outstretched arm in a relaxed position; - interfering comorbidities (e.g. fracture, cancer, peripheral neuropathy); - exhibit contra-indications to enter the magnetic field of the 3T (pacemakers, metal parts in the body etc); - pregnant or nursing mother; - adults lacking capacity to consent