Objective By observing the effect of swimming on the rat model of the chronic sciatic nerve compression,to investigate whether the moderate active exercise was beneficial to the recovery of the compressed nerve's function and the optimal time of it;
Conclusion (1) The moderate active exercise at the early nerve chronic compression could delay the pathological process of the compressed nerve, but at the meta-anaphase exercise should not be carried out.
METHODS:Totally 150 cases of LIDP were randomly divided into two groups. Eighty patients in the early rehabilitative group received early rehabilitation exercises postoperatively and other 70 cases in the normal control group received traditional non active exercise according to their abilities.
RESULTS:During active exercise,the movement of healthy thumb only activated contralateral primary motor area(M1),while the movement of rehabilitated thumb led to activations in the bilateral M1,contralateral premotor area(PMA),supplementary motor area(SMA),cerebellum,and basal ganglia;
Analysis of the necessity of treating Prolapse of lumber intervertebral disc by active movement treatment
Methods68 patients with prolapse of lumbar intervertebral disc were divided into the group of active movement treatment (31 cases) and the control group (37 cases). One year later, the recurrence rate and F wave motor nerve conduction velocity of two groups were compared.
ResultsThere is a lower recurrence rate ( P<0.05) and a faster F wave motor nerve conduction velocity ( P<0.01) in the group of active movement treatment compared with the control group. F wave motor nerve conduction velocity of the group of active movement treatment is also faster than that of 1 year ago ( P<0.001).
Discriminative Analysis manifested that the discriminative coincident rate of eclampsia, breath break, eyeball gaze and active movement decrease to prognosticating cerebral paralysis was 91.3% , which of specific neural reflection at six-month-old was 97.9% .
Methods In order to observe the active motion capacity of fallopian tube and identify the obstruction type,iodinated 99m Tc plasma albumin was injected into uterine cavity in 80 patients with oviducal infertility.
Indirect wrist MR arthrography: the effects of passive motion versus active exercise
Purpose.In the wrist, to determine whether passive motion or active exercise yields a better indirect MR arthrographic effect following intravenous gadolinium administration.
Standard physical therapy consisted of local heat, ultrasound for the lumbar region, and an active exercise program, given for ten sessions in all.
A randomized clinical trial and subgroup analysis to compare flexion-distraction with active exercise for chronic low back pain
Overall, flexion-distraction provided more pain relief than active exercise; however, these results varied based on stratification of patients with and without radiculopathy and with and without recurrent symptoms.
Prior to and 4 weeks after treatment, positions of the upper and lower ankle joint at rest and the corresponding end positions of passive and active movement were determined.
Hypothesized significant differences in active movement, and morbid or aggressive responses were not found.
Fugetaxis: active movement of leukocytes away from a chemokinetic agent
Chemotaxis or active movement of leukocytes toward a stimulus has been shown to occur in response to chemokinetic agents including members of the recently identified superfamily of proteins called chemokines.
It is inferred that facilitation of reflex transmission by impulses in the FRA evoked by the active movement may be a general principle.
This was followed by active motion, slowly progressive strength training, and slowly progressive weight-bearing.
Superior results with continuous passive motion compared to active motion after periosteal transplantation
The first 38 consecutive patients (group A) were postoperatively treated with continuous passive motion (CPM), and the next 19 consecutive patients (group B) were treated with active motion for the first 5 days postoperatively.
In both groups, the initial regimens were followed by active motion, slowly progressive strength training, and slowly progressive weight bearing.
The clinical results using active motion postoperatively are not acceptable, especially not in patients with chondromalacia of the patella.