High-Intensity Electromagnetic Stimulation can Reduce Spasticity in Post-Stroke Patients

@inproceedings{Prouza2018HighIntensityES,
  title={High-Intensity Electromagnetic Stimulation can Reduce Spasticity in Post-Stroke Patients},
  author={Ondrej Prouza and Efthimios J Kouloulas and Dragana Žarkovi{\'c}},
  year={2018}
}
Background: Level of spasticity in post-stroke patients allow for the predictability of the patient’s level of recovery. The study aimed to assess the anti-spastic effect of high-intensity electromagnetic field stimulation in post-stroke condition. Methods: 30 post-stroke patients, randomized into two groups participated. The treatment group (TG) was delivered ten therapies to spastic muscles with high-intensity electromagnetic stimulation. The control group (CG) was delivered ten… CONTINUE READING

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