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Effect of time based selective domain of self rehabilitation on health related quality of life in Parkinson’s disease

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Nemani Rama Thulasi, Vadivelan, K. and 3Sivakumar
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Aim of the study: The aim of the study is to compare the effect of time based selective domain of self-management rehabilitation on health related quality of life in Parkinson’s disease Need for the study: There is no cure for Parkinson’s disease. Medical management is directed at slowing of disease progression and symptomatic treatment. Individuals who develop Parkinson's disease are confronted not only with the physical and psychological issues that impact quality of life. The medical community is increasingly recognizing health related quality of life as a major criterion in evaluation of health interventions, particularly as it relates to Parkinson’s disease, in the content of both motor and non motor symptoms. Research has pointed out that maintaining positive attitude optimism and happiness can lead to longer lives, less disability and increased quality of life. Rehabilitation has an important role in reducing functional limitations while promoting activity participation and independence. In addition complication of Parkinson’s disease can be reduced or prevented while quality of life is promoted. The ideal rehabilitation program considers the patients disease history, course and symptoms, together with impairments, functional limitations and disability. Of equal importance are the patient’s abilities, priorities and resources including family, home and community resources. Study Design: Experimental Study Type: Comparative Sample Size: 18subjects were taken for the study and divided into three groups Namely Group A, Group B, Group C, Group A: control Group (5), Group B: experimental Group 1 (6), Group C: experimental Group 2 (7) Sampling Method: Convenient sampling Study Duration: 6weeks Results: According to table 1 & table 2, difference between three groups in terms of Parkinson disease questionnaire – 39. Group 1 was given medications, group 2 was given medications and 18 hours rehabilitation and group 3 was given medications and 27 hours rehabilitation. The mean difference between group 1 & 2 is -2.5987745 and mean difference between group 1 & 3 is 12.8867157. The p value is < .066. The mean difference between group 1 & 3 is greatest than group 1 & 2. The mean difference between group 2 & 1 is 2.5987745 and mean difference between group 2 & 3 is 15. 4854902. The p value is < .019. The mean difference between group 2 &3 is greatest than group 2&1. The mean difference between group 3&1 is -12.8867157 and mean difference between group 3&2 is -15.484902. The p value is < .019, the mean difference group 3&2 is greatest than group 3&1. Hence the mean difference between the group 3&2 is greater than group 1&2 and group 1&3.

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