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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-871189

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Objective:To evaluate the effect of using a walking support band on the gait of stroke survivors.Methods:Sixty stroke survivors were randomly divided into a walking support band group ( n=20), an ankle foot orthosis (AFO) group ( n=20) and a conventional rehabilitation group ( n=20). All three groups received conventional rehabilitation therapy, while the AFO group members were additionally provided with an ankle-foot orthosis and the walking support band group members received training wearing a walking support band. Before and after 4 weeks of treatment, all three groups were evaluated using three-dimensional gait analysis. Results:A total of 57 patients finished the study. After the interventions, the average step speed, frequency and step length of the three groups had all increased significantly, while the average stride width, the percentage of double stance phase, unaffected and affected side stance phase, and the ratio between unaffected and affected side stance phase had all decreased significantly. After the intervention, the average step speed, frequency and length of the AFO and walking support band groups had increased significantly compared with the conventional rehabilitation group, while the average stride width of the AFO group, and the stride width, the percentage of double stance phase and unaffected side stance phase of the walking support band group had decreased significantly. After the treatment, the average percentages of double stance phase and unaffected side stance phase of the walking support band group had decreased significantly more than in the AFO group.Conclusions:A walking support band can significantly improve the abnormal gait of stroke survivors and is superior to an ankle-foot orthosis when combined with conventional rehabilitation therapy.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-614242

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Objective To evaluate the effect of robot-assisted gait training on the walking ability of hemiplegic patients.Methods Sixty hemiplegic patients were randomly divided into a control group and a treatment group,each of 30.Both groups were given traditional rehabilitation and drug therapy.The control group was additionally provided with the traditional gait training,while the treatment group additionally received robot-assisted gait training.The gait training lasted 30 minutes a day,5 days per week.Before and after 8 weeks of training,the time parameters,phase parameters,the joint angles of the lower limbs,and the peak ground reaction forces of both groups were evaluated using a three-dimensional gait analysis system.Results After the intervention,the walking velocity,stride frequency and stride length had increased in the treatment group,while stride width had decreased.Significant improvement was observed in the treatment group in terms of the percentage of swing phase on the paretic side,the percentage of stance phase on the paretic side,the single support time ratio,the percentage of double support phase,the range of motion of the hip and knee joints,and the peak vertical and forward ground reaction force as a percentage of body weight.The improvements were significantly greater than those observed in the control group.Conclusions Compared with traditional walking training,robot-assisted gait training can be more effective in improving the walking ability of hemiplegic patients.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-384013

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Objective To study the complete genome sequence of Hantavirus ZT71 strain gene isolated in Zhejiang province and explore its evolution. nethods The total RNA was prepared from ZT71 virus infected cells and the RT-PCR products were cloned into T vector, sequenced and analyzed. Results The L, M and S segments of the strain ZT71 genome were 6530,3651 and 1753 nucleotides in length with a single open reading frame individually encoding 2151,1133 and 429 amino acids. The sequence analysis of nucleotides showed that the homology of L, M and S segments of strain ZT71 between those of other strains of Seoul virus could reach 95.5%-99.7%, 84.1%-99.6% and 88.7%-99.5%, respectively. The analysis of the deduced amino acids showed the similar result. The source of strain ZT71 could be traced from the analysis of the phylogentic trees of nucleotides and amino acids, and it should belong to Seoul type of Hantavirus which was also verified serologically. Conclusion The nucleotide sequences and deduced amino acid sequences of L, M and S segments of strain ZT71 are similar to that of those of Seoul type of Hantavirus. And Hantaan type virus used to be prevalent primarily in Zhejiang province,and it would be an endemic area of mixed type of Hantavirus since the discoveries of the viruses of Soeul type in recent years.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-399829

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Objective To study the function of emotional capital theory in activating the nursing human resources. Methods We used emotional capital theory together with the use of incentives and humane management of emotional exchange to meet the individual demands of nurses, in order to accumulate good for the intrinsic emotional capital of the hospital. At the same time, attention was paid to detail services and vigorously carried out the moving services to accumulate external emotional capital for the hospital. Results After the implementation of emotional capital management, the satisfaction rate of the nurse improved 3.6% than before, and the satisfaction rate of the patients increased from 94.2% to 98.4%.In addition,the nursing complaints redueed from six down to two, the written recognition received from patients increased from 3 to 8, the quality of the care integrated service score increased from 93.3 points to 97.8 points on average, and the nursing errors reduced from 16 to 8. Condusions Use of emotional capital management theory was conducive to activate the nursing human resources, improve the quality of the nursing service and the efficiency of management.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-679307

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Objective To analyze risk factors of vascular disease in the lower limbs in type 2 diabetes patients.Meth- ods Investigating the lower limb vein of 80 type 2 diabetes patients with Siemens G-50 color Doppler ultrasonograph, and recording their age,sex,course of disease,and blood pressure,at the same time,take some tests as follows: FBG,P2hBG,FIN,C-peptide HbA_1c,Tch,UAE.Results Compared to the control group,blood pressure, FBG,P2hBG,Tch,TG,HbA_1c,Tch,UAE of the type 2 diabetes patients with lower limb vascular disease,are all increased significantly(P

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