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Effect of Early Rehabilitation on Motor Function Recovery in Stroke Patients with Serious Hemiplegia

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DOI: 10.25236/isbsbh.2022.006



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Objective: To analyze the effect of early rehabilitation on the rehabilitation of motor function in patients with serious hemiplegic stroke. Methods: 74 patients with serious hemiplegic stroke hospitalized from July 2019 to July 2021 were randomly divided into two groups. 37 patients in group A received early rehabilitation nursing and 37 patients in group B received routine nursing. Results: After one month of nursing, the motor function score and living ability score of group A were higher, and the neurological function score of group A was lower, which was different from that of group B (P < 0.05). Conclusion: Early rehabilitation nursing can promote the recovery of motor function and promote the living ability and neurological function of stroke patients with serious hemiplegia.


Early rehabilitation, Serious hemiplegia, Stroke, Motor function