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The Effects of Orofacial Training Video Program using Smart Device on Oral Cavity Structure and Function, Diadochokinetic Rate in Acute Stroke Patients with Dysarthria

스마트 기기를 활용한 구강안면 훈련 영상 프로그램이 마비말장애가 있는 급성 뇌졸중 환자의 구강 구조 및 기능과 조음교대운동속도에 미치는 효과

  • 문종훈 (가천대학교 보건대학원 작업치료학 전공) ;
  • 원영식 (신성대학교 작업치료과)
  • Received : 2016.12.26
  • Accepted : 2017.04.24
  • Published : 2017.04.30

Abstract

The purpose of this study was investigated the effect of orofacial training video program using smart device on oral cavity structure and function, diadochokinetic rate in acute stroke patients with dysarthria. Present study participated in fourteen acute stroke patients with dysarthria. All subjects assigned that randomized each seven patients in experimental and control group. Subjects of two groups received conventional rehabilitation therapy for 4 weeks. Experimental group performed additionally that orofacial training video program using smart device, supervised under caregivers, during 30 min/day. The outcome measures were the oral cavity structure and function of subscale for KOMSE(: Korean Oro-motor Mechanism Screening Examination), AMR(: Alternating Motion Rate), SMR(: Sequential Motion Rate). In results, Both group showed significant improvements after intervention in all assessments(p<.05). In comparison of change between two groups, experimental group showed significant improvements than control group in oral cavity function, /p ə/ and /tə/ of AMR(p<.05). We suggested that orofacial training video program using smart device expected to positive effects the improvements of oral cavity and articulator function in acute stroke patients with dysarthria.

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