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Stroke Clinical Trials

A listing of Stroke medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (1070) clinical trials

Bimanual Motor Skill Learning Through Robotics in Stroke Survivors and Healthy Individuals

Over 3 consecutive days, healthy individuals and chronic stroke patients (1) will be evaluated and (2) will train on the neurorehabilitation robot REAplan(R). They will practice several tasks on the robot REAplan (R) (bimanual version), requiring either movements with the affected arm (unimanual tasks) and complex, coordinated movements with both ...

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Predicting Ipsilesional Motor Deficits in Stroke With Dynamic Dominance Model

We previously characterized hemisphere-specific motor control deficits in the non-paretic arm of unilaterally lesioned stroke survivors. Our preliminary data indicate these deficits are substantial and functionally limiting in patients with severe paresis. We have specifically designed an intervention to remediate the hemisphere-specific deficits in the non-paretic arm, using a virtual-reality ...

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Lower Limb Flexor Synergy Training in Chronic Stroke

It is known that the muscles that flex the hip, knee, and ankle joints are responsible for bringing the leg up and forward during walking and for a successful recovery from a slip or trip. Many previous studies have focused on strengthening the lower limb muscles that support the body ...

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Effect of RAS on Balance and Gait After Stroke

A rhythmic auditory stimulation (RAS) intervention may be beneficial in order to improve the parameters of the post-stroke movement: increase of the speed of the walk, improvement in the width of the step with the affected side, improvement of the walking index dynamics (Dynamic Gait Index), improvement in cadence and ...

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Study of the Metrological Properties of Two Assessment Grids of the Driving Capacity After a Cerebrovascular Accident (ROADTRIP)

The patients will benefit a medical consultation to estimate the possibility of inclusion in the study. During this consultation, the results of the neuropsychological and ophthalmological examinations will be explored and a specificity of the sensitive-driving deficits presented by the patient will be estimated to recommend the arrangements of necessary ...

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Personalized Antiplatelet Secondary Stroke PRevenTion

Subjects meeting inclusion/exclusion criteria will be randomly assigned to: (1) the treatment group where antiplatelet medications will be selected using platelet function phenotype and/or key pharmacogene genotypes (2) the control group where participants will receive standard care for antiplatelet therapy (without knowledge of phenotype or genotype).

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Cost-effectiveness of Forced Aerobic Exercise for Stroke Rehabilitation

The aims of the study are to determine the clinical efficacy and cost-effectiveness of combining aerobic exercise training with upper extremity motor task practice to improve motor recovery following stroke. It is hypothesized that the neurophysiologic impact of aerobic exercise may augment motor recovery associated with motor task practice. To ...

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The Influencing Factors and Prediction Model of Poor Prognosis of Spontaneous Cerebral Hemorrhage

Spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage is an important type of cerebrovascular disease. The disease has an acute onset, a serious condition, and a high mortality rate. Besides, the survivors always live with severe neurological dysfunction. It is essential to determine the influencing factors of poor prognosis, estimate patient's condition and predict the ...

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The Effectiveness of Core Stability Exercises

Background: The majority of subjects who have suffered a first-time stroke have balance disability in the subacute phase. Trunk impairment, restricted balance, and impaired postural control in patients with stroke are correlated with increasing risk of falls and impaired mobility. This creates disability and dependency in their activities of daily ...

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The Role of Hyperoxia in Acute Ischemic Stroke

This study is being conducted to evaluate the potential therapeutic role of hyperoxia when applied in the immediate ischemic period following a stroke in the controlled Emergency Department setting. The study will evaluate the effects of hyperoxia in stroke patients on the production of markers of free radical damage and ...

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