Utilizing the CI therapy cooperation table from acute phase to recovery phase for upper limb paralysis in a stroke patient Takumi Horimoto 1 , Kazuhiro Tokuda 2 , Yoshikazu Yasukawa 1 , Takashi Takebayashi 3 1Department of Rehabilitation, Osaka General Hospital 2Department of Rehabilitation, Hanwa Memorial Hospital 3Department of Occupational Therapy, School of Comprehensive Rehabilitation, Osaka Prefecture University Keyword: 脳卒中 , 上肢麻痺 , 連携 , 急性期 , 回復期 , Stroke , Upper limb paralysis , Cooperation , Acute phase , Convalescent pp.223-230
Published Date 2020/4/15
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 A CI therapy cooperation table attached to the stroke regional alliance path was created and initiated. We report on the stroke case of a 70s woman suffering from a hemorrhage of the left putamen that utilized CI therapy from the acute phase to the recovery phase. 21 days a day after the stroke, CI therapy began, and FMA and FIM (exercise/cognition) values were 4 and 13/16, respectively. Then, the hospital was changed as part of the cooperation path. In the recovery phase, CI therapy was introduced 71 days after the stroke, resulting in further improvement in FMA 62, MAL (AOU/QOM) 4.7/4.7, and FIM (exercise/cognition) 83/35. Continuing with the CI therapy cooperation path has a potential for functional recovery and resumption of activities of daily living.

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