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老人片麻痺患者へのHeel Gait Cast療法の試み


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Title: 老人片麻痺患者へのHeel Gait Cast療法の試み
Other Titles: A Study of Heel Gait Cast for aged patients with hemiplegia
Authors: 山本, 秀正 / 田代, 泰信 / 田原, 弘幸 / 穐山, 富太郎 / 坂本, 繁樹 / 井口, 茂 / 中野, 裕之 / 大島, 吉英 / 鶴崎, 俊哉
Authors (alternative): Yamamoto, Hidemasa / Tashiro, Yasunobu / Tahara, Hiroyuki / Akiyama, Tomitaro / Sakamoto, Shigeki / Inokuchi, Shigeru / Nakano, Hiroyuki / Ooshima, Yoshihide / Turusaki, Toshiya
Issue Date: 30-Mar-1991
Citation: 長崎大学医療技術短期大学部紀要 = Bulletin of the School of Allied Medical Sciences, Nagasaki University. 1991, 4, p.47-53
Abstract: 老人片麻痺患者の内反尖足に対してHeel Gait Cast療法を施行し,その効果について検討した. 1.3週間のギプス固定により足関節底屈筋の痙性の軽減が図られた. 2.痙性の軽減にともない,足関節の他動的背屈角度の増大,歩行能力および坂道昇降能力そして,バランス能力などの改善がみられた. 3.本法は老人片麻痺患者の内反尖足に対して有用であると確認できた. 4.今後,症例を増やし,さらに検討していきたい. / We studied the effect of Heel Gait Cast for aged patients of hemiplegia with pes eqinovarus. 1.Reduction of ankle plantar flexors spasticity was acquird by plaster splint for three weeks. 2.Following the reduction of spasticity, some abilities improved ; for example, range of passive ankle dorsiflexion, gait ability, ascent and descent of slope, and balance ability. 3.It was confirmed that this treatment is valuable for aged patients of hemiplegia with pes equinovarus. 4.We are going to make a number of cases in the future. Moreover, we shall go on with this study.
Keywords: 老人 / 内反尖足 / Heel Gait Cast療法 / 痙性 / バランス能力
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/18134
ISSN: 09160841
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 4

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/18134

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