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Journal of the Korean Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine 1984;8(2):2.
Frame of Consciousness in Stroke Hemiplegic Patient
Yong Pal Ahn, M.D., Sook Ja Lee, M.D., Seoung Han Yang, M.D. , Kwang Woong Bae, M.E*
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Catholic Medical College, *Seoul Welfare Center for the Handicapped
뇌졸중 편마비 환자의 의식구조
안용팔, 이숙자, 양승한, 배광웅*
가톨릭의과대학 재활의학교실, *서울장애자 종합복지관

During the year 1984, January to August, we studied the frame of consciousness of thirty three stroke hemiplegic patients who had been treated. We compared the consciousness of patients with that of their families by enquete. And the patients were evaluated for age, sex, site of hemiplegia, duration of of onset, with or without religion, and economic state.

In this study, patients and their families showed similar response. Patients were more dependent, which means that patients have a lack of volition in rehabilitation, and showed stability in emotional state.

Also, the consciousness of patients were affected by age and economic state.

Key Words: Stroke, Hemiplegia, Consciousness


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