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Analysis of cognitive factors affecting stroke patient's activity of daily living performance -Using the computerized neurocognitive function test-

뇌졸중 환자의 일상 활동 수행에 영향을 미치는 인지요인 분석 -전산화 신경인지기능검사 중심으로-

  • Kim, Ji-Youn (Dept. of Occupational Therapy, Woosong University)
  • 김지연 (우송대학교 작업치료학과)
  • Received : 2011.09.07
  • Accepted : 2011.12.13
  • Published : 2011.12.31

Abstract

This research analyzed the cognitive factors affecting stroke patient's activity of daily living performance and suggests the approaches which can contribute to the effective activity of daily living performance in the rehabilitation treatment of stroke patients. In this study, Seoul Computerized NeuroCognitive Function Test (SCNT) and MBI have been performed for 21 patients under extensive rehabilitation treatments, hospitalized in the rehabilitation clinic of A hospital after being diagnosed as a stroke caused by cerebrovascular disorders. To assess the effectiveness of the cognitive factors which affect the stroke patient's activity of daily living performance, activity of daily living performance values were set as dependent variables and 10 cognitive factors were included in the model to carry out analysis of the multiple regression analysis. The results show that stroke patient's activity of daily living performance have statistically significant correlations with divided attention, motor control and selectivir attention. In addition, cognitive factors explained 69.8% of the stroke patient's activity of daily living performance. Consequently, if divided attention and motor control are considered as a focal point of training in the rehabilitation treatment of stroke patients, we can effectively promote the improvement of the activity of daily living performanceroutine activities.

Keywords

Cognitive function factors;Activity of daily living;Stroke

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