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Title: ผลของหุ่นยนต์ช่วยฝึกต่อการฟื้นสภาพด้านการเคลื่อนไหวของแขนและมือและความพึงพอใจในการทำกิจวัตรประจำวัน:ศึกษานำร่องในผู้ป่วยโรคหลอดเลือดสมองชาวไทย
Other Titles: Effect of Robot-Assisted Therapy on Recovery of Upper Limb Motor Function and Satisfaction of Activity of Daily Living: A Pilot Study in Thai Stroke Patients
Authors: พีรยา มั่นเขตวิทย์
สมพร สังขรัตน์
พิชญาศินี สุวรรณสมศรี
Keywords: หุ่นยนต์ช่วยฝึก
Issue Date: Aug-2557
Publisher: เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
Abstract: Currently, in Thailand, robot-assisted therapy has been used for facilitating motor recovery and function of upper limb in stroke patients. There have been research studies indicating the promising outcomes of using robot-assisted therapy for improving motor function in foreign contexts. However, there has no research study regarding the use of robot-assisted therapy in Thailand. Therefore, the current research aimed to study the effect of robot-assisted therapy named Armeo®Springon motor recovery of upper limbin 3 Thai stroke patients. It also studied the participants’ satisfaction of training with the Armeo®Springandactivities of daily living. This research employed Single-subject, A-B-A, design. The first phase was the pre-training phase (A: Baseline) which took 2 weeks. The second phase was the Armeo®Spring training phase (B: Intervention) which lasted for 8 weeks. The last phase was the post-training phase(A:baseline)which took 2 weeks.The outcome measures for this study were the Wolf Motor Function Test,theFugl-Meyer Assessment, and the Satisfaction Questionnaire. Data were analyzed using the descriptive statistics. The results of motor recovery showed that all participants had a trend of increasingscoresas assessed by the Fugl-Meyer Assessment, and decreasing time as assessed by the Wolf Motor Function Test. All participants reported the satisfaction after using theArmeo®Spring.The stated the benefit of the Armeo®Springfor improving motor recovery of their upper limbs. They felt less bored, and had more motivation for training. Regarding the satisfaction with the activities of daily living after using Armeo®Springtraining, most of the participantsshowedthe highest levels of satisfaction to do their daily activities.
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