Feasibility of early, motor assisted upper extremity cycle ergometry in critically ill neurological patients with upper extremity weakness and variable cognitive status: a case series.

Abstract

Upper extremity paresis, common in many neurological conditions, is a major contributor of long-term disability and decreased quality of life. Evidence shows that repetitive, bilateral arm movement improves upper extremity coordination after neurological injury. However, it is difficult to integrate upper extremity interventions into very early… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/PHM.0000000000000857

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