Vi har samlet en liste over relevante artikler publisert i vitenskapelige tidsskrift. Abstraktene kan leses her, med link til kildene. Artiklene er relatert til cerebral parese, funksjonsnedsettelse, aktivitet, stående posisjon, bevegelse, bruk av hjelpemidler etc.
Aim of the study was to compare the effects of static standing (StS) versus dynamic standing (DyS) on passiv range of motion (PROM) and spasticity in the the hip. Twenty non-ambulatory children with CP participated in an exercise intervention study with a crossover design. Thirty minutes of DyS increased PROM and spasticity and four months of DyS increased PROM in the hip.
Åsa B. Tornberg, Katarina Lauruschkus
Raw data of nine studies were pooled including a total of 31 patients observed between 2009 and 2017. A total of 94% used the Innowalk in a home-based or day-care setting. For nearly all individuals (94%), improvements were recorded for: walking or weight-bearing transfer (n = 13), control/strength of the trunk or head (n = 6), joint mobility (n = 14), sleep (n = 4 out of 6/67%), or muscle strength (n = 17), vital functions (n = 16), bowel function (n = 10), attention/orientation (n = 2). PROM of the hip (flexion, abduction, and adduction) significantly (p < 0.001 for multiple comparisons) increased after 1 month (p < 0.05 flexion, adduction) and further after 5 months (p < 0.05 each) in contrast (p < 0.05 each) to a control group with state-of-the-art therapy.
Caroline Schmidt-Lucke, Jana Käferle, Britt-Marie Rydh Berner, Lotta Ahlborg, Hege Marie Hansen, Ulrika Skjellvik Tollefsen, Tonje Thon, Rikke Damkjær Moen, Ana Pekanovic, Åsa B. Tornberg, Katarina Lauruschkus
This prospective, controlled study included 24 children with hCP. All children attended to a standard physiotherapy rehabilitation (PTR) program (three days a week for 12 weeks); those in the study group (n=12) also attended to an Robotic Gait Training (RGT) program three times a week. The evaluations were similar for both groups before treatment. After treatment, walking speed, endurance and peripheral O2 saturation were increased and balance abilities and functional performances improved in the RGT group as compared with the pre-treatment evaluations; these improvements in balance and functional performance were generally preserved after 3 months of treatment. An increase in 6-min walking distance and a partial increase in gross motor functions and functional muscle strength were observed in the control group; however, these abilities were not preserved after the treatment.
Yazıcı M, Livanelioğlu A, Gücüyener K, Tekin L, Sümer E, Yakut Y.
Intensive training was associatedd with enhanced gross motor progress over an average of 2.9 years in children with CP.
Gunfrid V. Størvold, Reidun B. Jahnsen, Kari Anne I. Evensen, Ulla K. Romild, Grete H. Bratberg
People who receive electromechanical-assisted gait training in combination with physiotherapy after stroke are more likely to achieve independent walking than people who receive gait training without these devices. Specifically, people in the first three months after stroke and those who are not able to walk seem to benefit most from this type of intervention.
Jan Mehrholz, Simone Thomas, Cordula Werner, Joachim Kugler, Marcus Pohl, Bernhard Elsner
For children with CP, there is evidence that aerobic exercise may result in a small improvement in gross motor function, though it does not improve gait speed.
Ryan JM., Cassidy EE., Noorduyn SG., O'Connell NE.
How do parents of children with cerebral palsy (CP) experience their child's participation in physical activities and to identify facilitators and barriers for being physically active and reducing sedentary behaviour?
Lauruschkus K., Nordmark E. & Hallström I.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of PAP for children with CP and its effectiveness on participation in physical activity and sedentary behaviour.
Katarina Lauruschkus, Inger Hallström, Lena Westbom, Åsa Tornberg and Eva Nordmark
Weight bearing exercise has a significant effect on improving BMD of the femur in children with CP.
Kim SJ., Kim SN, Yang YN., Lee IS, Koh SE.
Strobl, W.M., Senghaas, P., Schuseil, J. & Kollaschinski, M.
Verschuren, O., Peterson, M.D., Balemans, A.D.J. & Hurvitz, E.A.
We examined estimates of chronic conditions in a population-representative sample of adults with CP.
Mark D.Peterson, Jennifer M.Ruan, Edward A.Huvitx and Elham Mahmoudi
Lauruschkus, K., Nordmark, E. & Hallström, I.
Maltais, D.B., Wiart, L., Fowler, E., Verschuren, O. & Damiano, D. L.
Verschuren, O., Peterson, M.D., Leferink, S. & Darrah, J.
The aim of this study was to describe systematically the best available intervention evidence for children with cerebral palsy.
Novak I., McIntyre S., Morgan C., Campbell L., Dark L., Morton N., Stumbles E., Wilson SA., Goldsmith S.
Standing programs 5 days per week positively affect bone mineral density (60 to 90 min/d); hip stability (60 min/d in 30° to 60° of total bilateral hip abduction); range of motion of hip, knee, and ankle (45 to 60 min/d); and spasticity (30 to 45 min/d).
Paleg, G.S., Smith, B.A. & Glickman, L.B.
The aims of this study were to describe the participation in physical activity of children with cerebral palsy (CP) at school and during leisure time and to identify characteristics associated with physical activity.
Lauruschkus K., Westbom L., Hallström I., Wagner P., Nordmark E.
Dynamic standing demonstrated the potential of moderate-magnitude, low-frequency loading to increase cortical BMD. Further investigations could provide insight into the mechanisms of bone health induced through loading interventions.
Damcott M., Blochlinger S., Foulds R.
Analyse factors associated with fractures in children with cerebral palsy (CP) in different levels of Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS).
Ulrike Uddenfeldt Wort, Eva Nordmark, Philippe Wagner, Henrik Duppe and Lena Westbom.
A pilot randomized controlled trial.
Bryant, E., Pountney, T., Williams, H. & Edelman, N.
Verschuren, O., Darrah, J., Novak, I., Ketelaar, M. & Wiart,L.
Carlon, S.L., Taylor, N.F., Dodd, K.J. & Shields, N.
Lauruschkus, K., Westbom, L., Hallström, I., Wagner, P. & Nordmark, E.
Glickman, L.B., Geigle, P.R. & Paleg, G.S.
Zwier, J.N., Schie, P.E., Becher, J.G., Smits, D., Gorter, J.W. & Dallmeijer, A.J.
Kuenzle, C. & Brunner, R.
Eisenberg, S., Zuk, L., Carmeli, E. & Katz-Leurer, M.
Kecskemethy, H.H., Herman, D., May, R., Paul, K., Bachrach, S.J. & Henderson RC.
Verschuren, O., Ketelaar, M., Takken, T., Helders, P.J.M. & Gorter, J. W.
Herman, D., May, R., Vogel, L., Johnson, J. & Henderson, RC.
Section on Pediatrics Research Summit Proceedings
Fowler, E.G., Kolobe, T.H.A., Damiano, D.L., Thorpe, D.E., Morgan, D.W., Brunstrom, J.E., Coster, W.J., Henderson, R.C., Pitetti, K.H., Rimmer, J.H., Rose, J. & Stevenson, R.D.
Wright, F.V. & Jutai, J.W.
Israeli-Mendlovic, H., Mendlovic, J. & Katz-Leurer, M.
Gudjonsdottir, B. & Stemmons Mercer V.