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ORIGINAL REPORT
Sex differences in the effects of exercise on cognition post-stroke: Secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial
Shereen Khattab, Janice J. Eng, Teresa Liu-Ambrose, Julie Richardson, Joy MacDermid, Ada Tang
Objective: To determine whether there are differences in exercise-associated changes in cognitive func-tion between males and females living with stroke. Design: Secondary analysis of data from a prospective assessor-blinded randomized controlled trial. Participants: Fifty participants (50–80 years, > 1 year post-stroke, able to walk ≥ 5 m). Methods: Participants were allocated into a ...
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REVIEW ARTICLE
Effectiveness of training with motion-controlled commercial video games for hand and arm function in people with cerebral palsy: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Truls Johansen, Vegard Strøm, Jelena Simic, Per-Ola Rike
Objective: To examine the effect of motion-controlled commercial video games compared with traditional occupational and physiotherapy methods for hand and arm function in persons of all ages with cerebral palsy. Data sources: A systematic literature search was conducted in Medline, EMBASE, CINAHL, Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, OTseeker and PEDro for randomized controlled trials ...
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Beneficial effects of early attention process training after acquired brain injury: A randomized controlled trial
Gabriela Markovic, Marie-Louise Schult, Mattias Elg, Aniko Bartfai
Background: Evaluation of outcome after intensive cognitive rehabilitation early after brain injury is complicated due to the ongoing biological recovery process. Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of Attention Process Training early after acquired brain injury through time-series measurement with statistical process control. Design: Randomized controlled trial. Method: Patients with acquir ...
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ORIGINAL REPORT
Applied cognitive strategy behaviours in people with Parkinson´s disease during daily activities: A cross-sectional study
Ingrid H.W.M. Sturkenboom, Melissa T. Nott, Bastiaan R. Bloem, Christine Chapparo, Esther M. J Steultjens
Objective: To explore the use of applied cognitive strategy behaviours during performance of daily activities in people with Parkinson’s disease. Design: Quantitative cross-sectional design. Methods: A total of 190 persons living at home with non-dementing Parkinson’s disease were videotaped while performing a self-chosen activity in their natural environment. The videotaped performance was ...
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Commentary on: Accuracy of examination of the long head of the biceps tendon in the clinical setting: A systematic review
Shahbaz S. Malik, Robert W Jordan, Adnan Saithna
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Return home after dysvascular major amputation of the lower limb: A multicentre observational study in the Netherlands
Behrouz Fard, Jan H.B. Geertzen, Pieter U. Dijkstra
Objective: To report the rates of persons returning home within one year following dysvascular major amputation of the lower limb in the Netherlands, and to identify factors associated with returning home directly after hospital admission and after discharge to care facilities. Design: Retrospective cohort study. Patients: Dysvascular major amputation of the lower limb, n = 382, mean age 71. ...
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SPECIAL REPORT
Overview of article in early volumes of SJRM
Gunnar Grimby
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REVIEW ARTICLE
Does casting after botulinum toxin injection improve outcomes in adults with limb spasticity? A systematic review
Jordan Farag, Rajiv Reebye, Carl Ganzert, Patricia Mills
Objective: To determine current evidence for casting as an adjunct therapy following botulinum toxin injection for adult limb spasticity. Design: The databases MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL and Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials were searched for English language studies from 1990 to August 2018. Full-text studies using a casting protocol following botulinum toxin injection for adult partic ...
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SPECIAL REPORT
International Classification of Service Organization in Rehabilitation: An updated set of categories (ICSO-R 2.0)
Christoph Gutenbrunner, Boya Nugraha, Francesca Gimigliano, Thorsten Meyer, Carlotte Kiekens
Objective: To develop a revised version of the International Classification of Service Organization in Rehabilitation (ICSO-R). Design: Qualitative study. Subjects: Not applicable Methods: The revision was based on testing the first version of the ICSO-R; 2 discussion rounds invited by the ICSO-R working group of the Standardized Rehabilitation Reporting Subcommittee of the World Health Organ ...
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ORIGINAL REPORT
Evaluation of a technology-assisted enriched environmental activities programme for upper limb function: A randomized controlled trial
Bhasker Amatya, Fary Khan, Imogen Windle, Matthew Lowe, Mary P. Galea
Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness and feasibility of an intensive technology-assisted inpatient enriched environmental programme for upper limb function. Methods: Patients consecutively admitted to the rehabilitation unit randomly allocated to an intervention (enriched environmental programme, n = 46)) or a control group (usual ward activity, n = 46). Assessments were performed at ...
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ORIGINAL REPORT
Sex differences in the effects of exercise on cognition post-stroke: Secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial
Shereen Khattab, Janice J. Eng, Teresa Liu-Ambrose, Julie Richardson, Joy MacDermid, Ada Tang
Objective: To determine whether there are differences in exercise-associated changes in cognitive func-tion between males and females living with stroke. Design: Secondary analysis of data from a prospective assessor-blinded randomized controlled trial. Participants: Fifty participants (50–80 years, > 1 year post-stroke, able to walk ≥ 5 m). Methods: Participants were allocated into a ...
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Proteomics study on biomarkers for heterotopic ossification secondary to traumatic brain injuries
Min Hongwei, Qu Tiebing, Li  Zhiguo, Liu Kemin
Objective: To identify differentially expressed serum proteins that could serve as sensitive biomarkers of heterotopic ossification in patients with traumatic brain injury. Methods: From August 2014 to December 2015, 18 patients with traumatic brain injury were enrolled in the study, and blood samples were collected. Patients with traumatic brain injury were divided based on the presence (n=9 pa ...
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