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Correlation of functional independence measure scale and fatigue severity scale in hemiplegic patients

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Dr. Sonyabapu Shewale Dr. Shyam D Ganvir
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Physical Sciences and Engineering
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Background: Stroke is one of the most dominant causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide and poses a major global healthcare challenge. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), stroke can be defined as: “Rapidly developing clinical signs of focal (or global) disturbance of cerebral function, lasting more than 24 hours or leading to death with no apparent cause other than that of vascular origin”(1) Every day activity are basic physical activity necessary to live such as walking , personal care and transfer .individuals carrying hemiplegia or hemiparesis may present several disability that make difficulty in every day activity therefore it was necessary a complementary evaluation to verify and quantify these activities and to follow up functional status of these patients(2) Aims: To study the Correlation of functional independence measure scale and fatigue severity scale in hemiplegic patients Objectives 1. To find out the fatigue severity in hemiplegic patients. 2. To find out the functional independence measure in hemiplegic patients. 3. To find out correlation between fatigue severity and functional independence measure in hemiplegic patient. Procedure: The ethical clearance was obtained from IEC of PDVVPF’s COPT for study. After ethical clearance, all subjects were informed regarding the procedure of fulfilling the questioner, written consent was obtained from participants, procedure will be explained and questionnaire will be filled by participants. Data analysis: All the data was analyzed using the statistical SPSS 10.0 for window means and standard deviations were calculated and correlation respectively .were analyzed using Pearson’s correlation test Result: not significant Thus Pearson correlation test shows statistically not co-relate between functional independence scale and fatigue severity scale Conclusion: Result of the present study suggest that functional independence measure scale and fatigue severity scale are statistically not co-related.

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