Investigation of the Reliability and Validity of the Movement Imagination Questionnaire - Revised Second in Acute Stroke Patients
|ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT04283760|
Recruitment Status : Recruiting
First Posted : February 25, 2020
Last Update Posted : February 25, 2020
Our study was planned to investigate the reliability validity of the Movement Imagery Questionnaire- RS in acute stroke patients.
For our study, the Turkish version of the Movement Imagery Questionnaire-RS will be established first. Then, the reliability and validity of the questionnaire in acute stroke patients will be examined.
The study included 70 stroke patients hospitalized in the Stroke Unit of the Neurology Department of Hacettepe University Hospitals and individuals between 50-75 years of age who do not have any disease in Ankara.
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|Study Type :||Observational|
|Estimated Enrollment :||70 participants|
|Official Title:||Investigation of the Reliability and Validity of the Movement Imagination Questionnaire - Revised Second in Acute Stroke Patients|
|Actual Study Start Date :||September 11, 2019|
|Estimated Primary Completion Date :||June 2020|
|Estimated Study Completion Date :||June 2020|
Acute Stroke Patients
- Movement Imagination Questionnaire - Revised Second [ Time Frame: about 15 minutes ]Movement Imagination Questionnaire - Revised Second is a questionnaire used to evaluate motor imaging ability. The Movement Imagination Questionnaire has been revised especially for use in patients with motor function loss such as stroke. The questionnaire has 7 activities in total. Although most of these activities are sitting, there are also activities that must be done during standing. Each action is questioned both visually and kinesthetically and is scored based on the ease of visualization in the range of 0-7 points. Higher scores mean a better outcome.
- The Motor Assessment Scale [ Time Frame: about ten minutes ]The Motor Assessment Scale is designed to measure the functional properties of stroke patients. This assessment method evaluates the ability of stroke patients to perform functional tasks. The Motor Assessment Scale consists of eight motor tasks: (1) turning from the supine position, (2) sitting on your back, (3) sitting balance, (4) standing up, (5) walking, (6) upper limb function (7) hand gestures and (8) advanced hand gestures. In addition to these eight engines, the Motor Assessment Scale contains one more item that measures the overall tone. Each item is evaluated on a seven-degree scale from 0 to 6 (optimal motor behavior). The criterion for each degree in the scale corresponds to the description of the activity to be performed. In some cases, the maximum score (6 points) reflects the quality of performance; in others, it corresponds to performance over a period of time.
- Mental Chronometry Test [ Time Frame: about one minute ]Mental chronometry is an objective method used to evaluate motor imagery. It examines the time difference between actually making a movement and imagining the same movement. In general, in healthy individuals, the imagined movement time and movement time are related, but there are studies showing that this time is impaired in stroke patients. In our study, a 10 m walking test will be used to measure mental chronometry. First of all, the patient will be asked to walk 10 m independently and the time will be recorded. He will then be asked to imagine the movement and stop the stopwatch when he begins to imagine and stop himself again when he ends. Time difference and mental chronometry rate will be calculated.
- Trail Making Test [ Time Frame: about five minutes ]Trail Making Test It is used to evaluate individuals' visual scanning speed, managerial functions, visual-motor perception, motor function, planning, organization, abstract thinking and response limitation. The test consists of 2 parts, A and B. In section A, the individual is asked to combine the numbers from 1 to 25 and completion time is recorded. In section B, the individual completes the ordering, corresponding to a number and a letter, respectively, and the completion time is recorded.
- Barthel Index [ Time Frame: about 5 minutes ]Barthel Index evaluates the basic activities of daily life in order to determine at what level individuals can independently determine activities such as nutrition, washing, self-care, dressing, bowel care and bladder care, sitting on the toilet, going from bed to wheelchair, using walking / wheelchair and climbing stairs. It is a 10-item scale. The scale has scoring ranging from 0 to 20 or 0 to 100 depending on the daily life activities.
- Mental Chronometry Ratio [ Time Frame: about one minute ]Real performance time - imagery time/ real performance time
- Trunk Impairment Scale [ Time Frame: about one minute ]Trunk Impairment Scale is a scale that evaluates post-stroke body disorder. The scale, consisting of 7 parameters, also includes perception of vertical posture, trunk rotation muscle strength and reflexes on the affected and unaffected side, and vertical stop and abdominal manual muscle test sub parameters in Tsuji and colleagues' stroke disorder evaluation set. Each parameter is evaluated over 4 points. The total score ranges from a minimum of 0 to a maximum of 21 points. A higher score means better performance. In this study, only the vertical stop subscale of this scale will be used.
Please refer to this study by its ClinicalTrials.gov identifier (NCT number): NCT04283760
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