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Korean Journal of Adult Nursing ((구)Journal of Korean Academy of Adult Nursing)


ISSN  1225-4886 (Print)
Published since 1989
Indexed in SCOPUS, CINAHL, KoreaMed, KoMCI

2008 Korean Journal of Adult Nursing ((구)Journal of Korean Academy of Adult Nursing)ALL

Page 239 ~ 250
제목 체감각자극이 뇌졸중 환자의 인지기능과 일상활동 수행능력에 미치는 효과
Title The Effects of Somatosensory Stimulation on Cognitive Function and ADL of Patients after Stroke
저자 김대란, 허혜경
Author Kim Dae-Ran, Hur Hea Kung
주요어 뇌졸증, 체감각자극, 인지기능, 일상활동 수행능력
Keyword Stroke, Somatosensory stimulation, Cognitive function, ADL
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of a 2-week somatosensory stimulation program on cognitive function and ADL of patients with brain damage. Methods: The sample consisted of two groups of patients with stroke: 10 patients with a mean age of 59.0 years who were treated with somatosensory stimulation, and 9 patients with a mean age of 51.78 years, who were not treated with somatosensory intervention. A nonequivalent control group non-synchronized design was used to assess the functional recovery after stroke. Instruments used in this study were MMSE-K for cognitive function and FIM for ADL. Results: The hypothesis 1 that “Patients with stroke who were treated with the somatosensory stimulation program will show higher MMSE-K score than that of the non-treatment group” was supported(Z=-2.390, p=.017). The hypothesis 2 that “Patients with stroke who were treated with the somatosensory stimulation program will show higher FIM score than that of the non-treatment group”, however, was partially supported(social cognition: Z=-2.204, p=.045). Conclusion: Somatosensory stimulation was effective to patients with stroke in improving their cognitive function. These findings suggest that somatosensory input can be adopted to nursing intervention for functional recovery after stroke.
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187~199 A Model Construction for Quality of Life in Single Aged Women Baek Sun Sook, Ryoo Eon Na, Park Kyung Sook
200~208 The Influences of Perceived Stresses on Suicidal Ideation in Older Adults Kim Su Hyun, Choi Yeon-Hee
209~218 The Impact of Different Endotracheal Suction Methods on Respiratory Function: Normal Saline with Chest Vibration vs Normal Saline with Expectorant Mixture Cho Hyo-Im, Lee Young Whee, Ham Ok-Kyung, Lim Ji-Young
219~230 Grounded Theory Approach on the Recovery Process of Myocardial Infarction Patients Shin Su Jin
231~238 Relation of the Depression and Attention Concentration by Smoking Status among Adolescents Byeon Young Soon, Lee Hea Shoon
239~250 The Effects of Somatosensory Stimulation on Cognitive Function and ADL of Patients after Stroke Kim Dae-Ran, Hur Hea Kung
251~268 Development of Education & Training Programs for Senile Long-Term Care Managers (the 2nd. grade) Shin Kyung Rim․Byeon, Young Soon
269~279 Effect of Lumbar Stabilization Exercise on Back Pain, Physical Fitness, Sleep, and Depression in Middle-Aged Women with Chronic Back Pain Song Rhayun, Ahn Sukhee
280~295 Aging and Temporality of Aged in a Clan Cho Myung Ok
296~310 Comparison of Importance and Performance of Nursing Interventions linked to Nursing Diagnoses in Cerebrovascular Disorder Patients Kim Young-Ae, Park Sang-Youn, Lee Eunjoo
311~320 The Effect of Aroma Inhalation Method on the Preoperative Anxiety of Abdominal Surgical Patients Choi In Sun, Lee Myung Sun, Ryoo Eon-Na, Park Kyung Sook
321~330 The Effect of Music Therapy on the Physiological and Psychological Status of Women College Students Based on Their Preference of Music Jeong Hyeon-Cheol
331~340 Factors Related to the Quality of Life of the Elderly Kim Kwuy Bun, Sok Sohyune R.
341~352 Predictors of Quality of Life Following HSCT Recipients Jung Munju, Lee Haejung
353~363 Development and Application of Timeout Protocol on OR Park Jeong Sook, Kim Eun Hee, Lee Hye Ran