Results There were significant differences between the two groups in respect of the time of operation,the bleeding volume during operation and the time of hospitalization(t=5.466,P=0.000;t=4.199,P=0.001;t=2.214,P=0.034),while the difference of the functional evaluation results of extremities was of no significance(χ~2=0.387,P>0.05).
① Postoperative functional evaluation results of patients. In the postoperative 5-year follow-up visit,hip joints of 13 patients(15 hips)were still in situ,pain lessened or disappeared in 11 patients(84.6%,11/13),12 patients(92.3%,12/13)would undergo the procedure again,10 patients(76.9%,10/13)were able to lie on the operated side;
③Functional evaluation indexes: The differences in the hind limb function (grade 0 to 4: grade 0 meant completely paralysis, grade 4 meant normal walking), disappearance and recovery time of cortical somatosensory evoked potential (CSEP) and histopathology among the three groups were compared after 2, 8 and 24 hours and 7 days reperfusion.
AIM:To observe and study the changing characteristics of some physiological and biochemical indexes during the functional evaluation and adjustment of training in the main athletes of Shenzhen bicycle brigade for 11 months.
Functional Evaluation of the Perivascular Innervation of the Skin of the Extremities Using Laser Doppler Flowmetry
Metabolic measurements and functional evaluation showed a reduced mechanical efficiency during exercise.
Functional evaluation of the oropharyngeal tract is crucial for identifying specific swallowing dysfunctions and planning appropriate rehabilitation.
Functional evaluation of poly-(N-ρ-vinylbenzyl-O-β-Dgalactopyranosyl-[1-4]-D-gluconamide)(PVLA) as a liver specific carrier
Patients with evidence of vasculopathy should undergo functional evaluation with dobutamine echocardiography to document ischemic burden.Preventive measures include traditional coronary risk factor modification.