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81. Dopamine Transporter Density Profiles in Patients With Periodic Limb Movements

Dopamine Transporter Density Profiles in Patients With Periodic Limb Movements Dopamine Transporter Density Profiles in Patients With Periodic Limb Movements - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more (...) . Dopamine Transporter Density Profiles in Patients With Periodic Limb Movements (DOPATRANSPLM) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT01365364 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : June 3, 2011 Last Update Posted : June 3, 2011 Sponsor: Federal University of São Paulo Collaborators

2011 Clinical Trials

82. Effects of combination of whey protein intake and rehabilitation on muscle strength and daily movements in patients with hip fracture in the early postoperative period. (PubMed)

Effects of combination of whey protein intake and rehabilitation on muscle strength and daily movements in patients with hip fracture in the early postoperative period. Elderly patients can be at risk of protein catabolism and malnutrition in the early postoperative period. Whey protein includes most essential amino acids and stimulates the synthesis of muscle protein. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of resistance training in combination with whey protein intake (...) intake and rehabilitation for two weeks in the early postoperative period has a beneficial effect on knee extension strength in both lower limbs and BI (transfer, walking and toilet use) scores in patients with hip fracture.Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd and European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism. All rights reserved.

2015 Clinical nutrition (Edinburgh, Scotland)

83. EFNS guidelines on management of restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movement disorder in sleep.

EFNS guidelines on management of restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movement disorder in sleep. Guidelines and Measures | Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality HHS.gov Search ahrq.gov Search ahrq.gov Menu Topics A - Z Healthcare Delivery Latest available findings on quality of and access to health care Searchable database of AHRQ Grants, Working Papers & HHS Recovery Act Projects AHRQ Projects funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Trust Fund You are here Guidelines

2008 European Federation of Neurological Societies

84. Lower limb joint motion during a cross cutting movement differs in individuals with and without chronic ankle instability. (PubMed)

Lower limb joint motion during a cross cutting movement differs in individuals with and without chronic ankle instability. To compare the kinematics of lower limb joints between individuals with and without chronic ankle instability (CAI) during cross-turn and -cutting movements.Cross-sectional study.Motion analysis laboratory.Twelve subjects with CAI and twelve healthy controls.Hip flexion, adduction, and internal rotation, knee flexion, and ankle dorsiflexion and inversion angles were (...) calculated in the 200 ms before initial ground contact and from initial ground contact to toe-off (stance phase) in a cross-turn movement during gait and a cross-cutting movement from a forward jump, and compared across the two groups.In the cross-cutting movement, the CAI group exhibited greater hip and knee flexion than the control group during the stance phase, and more hip abduction during the period before initial contact and the stance phase. In the cross-turn movement the joint kinematics were

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2014 Physical therapy in sport : official journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine

85. The effects of a modified spinal mobilisation with leg movement (SMWLM) technique on sympathetic outflow to the lower limbs. (PubMed)

The effects of a modified spinal mobilisation with leg movement (SMWLM) technique on sympathetic outflow to the lower limbs. Physiotherapy management of lumbar disorders, based on Mulligan's mobilization techniques, is a treatment of choice by many physiotherapists, however, there is only limited evidence of any neurophysiological effects and much of this has focused on the cervical spine and upper limbs. This study aims to extend the knowledge base underpinning the use of a modified Mulligan's (...) spinal mobilisation with leg movement technique (SMWLM) by exploring its effects on the peripheral sympathetic nervous system (SNS) of the lower limbs. Using a single blind, placebo controlled, independent groups study design, 45 normal naive healthy males were randomly assigned to one of three experimental groups (control, placebo or treatment; SMWLM). SNS activity was determined by recording skin conductance (SC) obtained from lower limb electrodes connected to a BioPac unit. Validation

2014 Manual therapy

86. Best Practice Guidelines for Mental Health Disorders in the Perinatal Period

Best Practice Guidelines for Mental Health Disorders in the Perinatal Period Best Practice Guidelines for Mental Health Disorders in the Perinatal Period BC Reproductive Mental Health Program & Perinatal Services BC March 2014BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS IN THE PERINATAL PERIOD (2014) is a manual for healthcare clinicians who care for women during their reproductive years. This guidance describes best practices for the care of women with depression, anxiety disorders (...) , bipolar disorder and psychotic disorders, including postpartum psychosis, in the perinatal period (conception through to one year postpartum). PRODUCED BY BC Reproductive Mental Health Program, part of BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services and Perinatal Services BC. Both are agencies of the Provincial Health Services Authority in BC. In partnership with the BC Ministry of Health, Healthy Development and Women’s Health: Population and Public Health. PROJECT LEAD & MAJOR AUTHOR Janet Williams BSN

2014 British Columbia Perinatal Health Program

87. Effect of a four-week virtual reality-based training versus conventional therapy on upper limb motor function after stroke: A multicenter parallel group randomized trial. (PubMed)

months after stroke onset were allocated either to an experimental group (virtual reality-based training) or a control group receiving conventional therapy (16x45 minutes within 4 weeks). The virtual reality-based training system replicated patients´ upper limb movements in real-time to manipulate virtual objects. Blinded assessors tested patients twice before, once during, and twice after the intervention up to 2-month follow-up for dexterity (primary outcome: Box and Block Test), bimanual upper (...) Effect of a four-week virtual reality-based training versus conventional therapy on upper limb motor function after stroke: A multicenter parallel group randomized trial. Virtual reality-based training has found increasing use in neurorehabilitation to improve upper limb training and facilitate motor recovery.The aim of this study was to directly compare virtual reality-based training with conventional therapy.In a multi-center, parallel-group randomized controlled trial, patients at least 6

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2018 PLoS ONE

88. Current therapy for the upper limb after stroke: a cross-sectional survey of UK therapists. (PubMed)

and social networks to UK-based therapists.Respondents were occupational or physiotherapists currently working clinically in the UK with people after stroke. Over the 6 week data collection period, 156 respondents opened the survey, and 154 completed it. Respondents comprised 85 physiotherapists and 69 occupational therapists.Respondents reported treating the upper limb a median of three times a week (range: 1 to 7) for a mean of 29 min (SD: 18). Most (n=110) stated this was supplemented (...) deficits after stroke and a detailed template to inform standard therapy interventions in future research. Several evidence-based therapies were reported to be used by respondents (eg, constraint induced movement therapy), but others were not (eg, mental imagery). The findings also highlight that the current reported provision of upper limb therapy is markedly less than what is likely to be effective. This underlines an urgent need to configure and fund services to empower therapists to deliver greater

2019 BMJ open

89. Fu's subcutaneous needling and constraint-induced movement therapy for a patient with chronic stroke: One-year follow-up case report. (PubMed)

A injection.A 35-year-old male experienced arm paresis after an infarction in the right posterior limb of the internal capsule 1 year before the intervention.The BTX type A injection did not work, so the patient received Fu's subcutaneous needling as an alternative therapy before 5 h of constraint-induced movement therapy for 12 weekdays.All outcome measures (Modified Ashworth Scale, Fugl-Meyer Assessment, Action Research Arm Test, and Motor Activity Log) substantially improved over the 1-year period (...) paresis.The patient suffered an infarction in the right posterior limb of the internal capsule 1 year ago, which resulted in hemiparesis in his left (nondominant) hand and arm. The only limitation for constraint-induced movement therapy was insufficient finger extension. The patient was unable to voluntarily extend his interphalangeal or metacarpophalangeal joints beyond the 10 degrees required for constraint-induced movement therapy. However, his muscle tension did not change after the BTX type

2019 Medicine

90. Prevalence of restless legs syndrome in functional movement disorders: a case-control study from the Czech Republic. (PubMed)

and General University Hospital in Prague, Czech Republic.96 consecutive patients with clinically established FMD (80 females, mean age (SD) 45.0 (13) years), and 76 matched controls.The primary outcome measure was prevalence of RLS based on updated International RLS Study Group criteria. Secondary outcome measures included prevalence of periodic limb movements (PLM) using actigraphy; pain, motor and sensory symptoms in lower limbs; organic comorbidities and medication affecting RLS.RLS criteria were (...) Prevalence of restless legs syndrome in functional movement disorders: a case-control study from the Czech Republic. The prevalence of restless legs syndrome (RLS) in functional movement disorders (FMD) is not known. Patients with FMD often present with multiple motor and sensory symptoms. Some of these symptoms might be due to comorbid RLS. Therefore, our objective was to evaluate possible association between FMD and RLS.Case-control study.Movement Disorders Center, 1st Faculty of Medicine

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2019 BMJ open

91. Non-invasive monitoring of stress biomarkers in the newborn period. (PubMed)

Non-invasive monitoring of stress biomarkers in the newborn period. The neonatal period is a highly sensitive time span during which stressful experiences may have an influence on later health outcomes. Medical procedures applied to newborn babies during hospitalization are stressors that trigger a physiological and psychological stress response. Stress response has been traditionally evaluated using scores based on behavioural signs such as facial expressions, limb movements, crying, etc (...) ., which are subjectively interpreted. Only few studies have employed measurable physiological signs to objectively evaluate the stress response to specific interventions. The aim of this review is to inform of recently developed biochemical methods that allow clinicians to evaluate the stress response to medical procedures performed in the neonatal period in biological samples non-invasively obtained. Stress biomarkers are based on the physiological stress response mediated by the hypophysis-pituitary

2019 Seminars in fetal & neonatal medicine

92. Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (mCIMT), Pediatric Modified, plus Bimanual Training (BIT)

a period of intensive bilateral upper extremity therapy following mCIMT/BIT improve long-term outcomes? Evidence-Based Care Guideline for Pediatric Constraint Induced Movement Therapy Guideline 34 Copyright © 2014 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; all rights reserved. Page 8 Yes Start: New patient mCIMT/BIT Referral received Pt not eligible. Consider other therapy options in traditional setting or discharge. Is the pt appropriate for mCIMT/BIT? Is the family able to commit? No 1. Patient (...) are related to quality of movement, not to chronological age ? Administered within a normal play context Administration and Scoring: ? Comprised of 34 items ? Approximately 30-45 minutes to administer the test ? Both impaired and unimpaired upper limbs are assessed and included in the scoring Reliability: ? Internal consistency (Cronbach’s alpha = 0.97) ? Inter-rater reliability (ICC = 0.86-0.96) ? Intra-rater reliability (ICC = 0.97-0.99) ? Test-retest reliability (ICC = 0.95) and (Spearman’s p = (0.85

2014 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

93. Impact of dairy protein during limb immobilization and recovery on muscle size and protein synthesis; a randomized controlled trial. (PubMed)

Impact of dairy protein during limb immobilization and recovery on muscle size and protein synthesis; a randomized controlled trial. Muscle disuse results in the loss of muscular strength and size, due to an imbalance between protein synthesis (MPS) and breakdown (MPB). Protein ingestion stimulates MPS, although it is not established if protein is able to attenuate muscle loss with immobilization (IM) or influence the recovery consisting of ambulatory movement followed by resistance training (...) Twenty grams of daily protein supplementation does not attenuate the loss of muscle size and function induced by 2 wk of muscle disuse or potentiate recovery in middle-age men. Average mitochondrial but not myofibrillar muscle protein synthesis was attenuated during immobilization with no effect of supplementation. Protein supplementation increased myofibrillar protein synthesis during a 2-wk period of ambulatory recovery following disuse but without group differences in phenotype recovery.

2018 Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985)

94. Limb Asymmetry During Recovery from Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. (PubMed)

Limb Asymmetry During Recovery from Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. There is limited literature that follows a population of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction (ACLR) patients through recovery. Our aim was to examine differences in movement and loading patterns across time and between limbs over four visits during 12 months post-ACLR. We hypothesized that kinematic and kinetic data during a stop-jump would have time- and limb-dependent differences through 12 months post (...) and sagittal hip range of motion (ROM) were different between 12 months and each previous visit. Asymmetries were present in peak vGRF, peak knee extension moment and impulse up to 12 months. The loading rate and peak pGRF demonstrated between limb differences up to 6 months; limb stiffness demonstrated differences up to 5 months post-ACLR. PKF was only asymmetric at the 4 month visit. While some variables improved in the 12 months post-ACLR, limb asymmetries in peak knee extension moment, peak vGRF

2018 Journal of Orthopaedic Research

95. NIBS With mCIMT for Motor and Functional Upper Limb Recovery in Stroke Patients.

to the estimates, 12,500 people suffer a new or recurrent ischemic stroke in Chile annually, which shows the magnitude of the problem. Motor impairment of the upper limb (UL) stands out as the principal sequel after a CVA (50% of the patients experience it), and the Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) is the rehabilitation approach that shows more scientific evidence today. Even though patients reach certain recuperation levels through this approach, results are still insufficient since 50-80 (...) for programming and installing the tDCS, who will proceed to set the tDCS either active or simulated. Patients, treating occupational therapists, and the results evaluator will be kept masked to the assignment process. Primary Purpose: Treatment Official Title: Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Combined With Modified Constraint Induced Movement Therapy for Motor and Functional Upper Limb Recovery of Patients With Sub-acute Stroke: Multicenter Randomized Clinical Trial Actual Study Start Date : June 4, 2018

2018 Clinical Trials

96. Upper Limb Treatment With "Gloreha Aria" in the Hemiplegic Patients

patients will be educated by physiotherapist to perform the movements for wrist, hand and arm in complete autonomy. In Treatment Group, the movements will be performed using Gloreha ARIA. Gloreha Aria is a sensor-based therapy device designed for motor recovery of impaired upper limb. Gloreha Aria is equipped with sensors that can detect any movements in space: the software processes and displays them on the screen. Device: Gloreha Aria Device offers specific programs that help patients to move arm (...) Upper Limb Treatment With "Gloreha Aria" in the Hemiplegic Patients Upper Limb Treatment With "Gloreha Aria" in the Hemiplegic Patients - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Upper Limb Treatment

2018 Clinical Trials

97. Leg Prosthesis With Somatosensory Feedback Reduces Phantom Limb Pain and Increases Functionality (PubMed)

Leg Prosthesis With Somatosensory Feedback Reduces Phantom Limb Pain and Increases Functionality Phantom limb pain (PLP) develops in most patients with lower limb amputation. Changes in the peripheral and central nervous system (CNS) are hypothesized to contribute to PLP. Based on ideas to modify neural reorganization within the CNS, the aim of the study was to test, whether prostheses with somatosensory feedback might help to reduce PLP, and increase the functionality of movement (...) with a prosthesis. We therefore equipped the prostheses of 14 lower leg amputees with a simple to use feedback system that provides electrocutaneous feedback to patients' thigh whenever the foot and toes of the prosthesis touch the ground. Two weeks of training with such a feedback prosthesis reduced PLP, increased the functional use of the prosthesis, and increased patients' satisfaction with prosthesis use. We found a significant overall reduction of PLP during the course of the training period. Most patients

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2018 Frontiers in neurology

98. Training with Hybrid Assistive Limb for walking function after total knee arthroplasty (PubMed)

Training with Hybrid Assistive Limb for walking function after total knee arthroplasty The Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL, CYBERDYNE) is a wearable robot that provides assistance to patients while walking, standing, and performing leg movements based on the intended movement of the wearer. We aimed to assess the effect of HAL training on the walking ability, range of motion (ROM), and muscle strength of patients after total knee arthroplasty (TKA) for osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis (...) , and to compare the functional status after HAL training to the conventional training methods after surgery.Nine patients (10 knees) underwent HAL training (mean age 74.1 ± 5.7 years; height 150.4 ± 6.5 cm; weight 61.2 ± 8.9 kg), whereas 10 patients (11 knees) underwent conventional rehabilitation (mean age 78.4 ± 8.0 years; height 150.5 ± 10.0 cm; weight 59.1 ± 9.8 kg). Patients underwent HAL training during 10 to 12 (average 14.4 min a session) sessions over a 4-week period, 1 week after TKA

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2018 Journal of orthopaedic surgery and research

99. Mirror Therapy With Cutaneous Electrical Sensory Stimulation on Lower Limb Motor Functions in Stroke

lower limb exercises. After 15 minutes of priming with TENS + MT, all subjects will perform 60 minutes of lower limb task-oriented training. Behavioral: MT A customised angle-adjustable frame with a mirror board (60 × 90 cm) will be used. All subjects are instructed to perform hip flexion/abduction, knee flexion/extension and ankle dorsiflexion/plantarflexion on the intact-limb during a 15 minutes period. Device: TENS TENS will be delivered to the common peroneal nerve of the paretic leg (...) disconnected inside. After 15 minutes of priming, all subjects will perform 60 minutes of lower limb task-oriented training. Behavioral: MT A customised angle-adjustable frame with a mirror board (60 × 90 cm) will be used. All subjects are instructed to perform hip flexion/abduction, knee flexion/extension and ankle dorsiflexion/plantarflexion on the intact-limb during a 15 minutes period. Behavioral: Lower-limb task-oriented training The lower-limb task-oriented training comprises 6 exercises, namely

2018 Clinical Trials

100. Predicting Real World Physical Activity and Upper Limb Use After Stroke

provided by the National Library of Medicine related topics: Groups and Cohorts Go to Group/Cohort Intervention/treatment Assessment of real world performance Behavioral: Real world performance of physical activity and arm use Patients will be assessed by using movement sensors and standard clinical assessments Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Daily life assessment of physical activity engagement and upper limb use [ Time Frame: 90 days after stroke onset ] Real world performance (...) , measured with movement sensors (number) Secondary Outcome Measures : National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale [ Time Frame: 3, 10, 28, 90 (expected rehabilitation discharge) and 365 days after stroke onset ] Neurological impairments (0-42 points, lower scores being better) Fugl-Meyer Assessment [ Time Frame: 3, 10, 28, 90 (expected rehabilitation discharge) and 365 days after stroke onset ] Upper limb motor function (0-66 points, higher scores being better) Motricity Index [ Time Frame: 3, 10, 28, 90

2018 Clinical Trials

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