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한국생활환경학회|한국생활환경학회지 2009년 8월

기사명 걷기와 우드볼 운동이 뇌졸중편마비환자의 골량감소 개선에 미치는 영향 / The Effects of Walking and Wood Ball Exercise on Improvement of Bone Loss in Stroke Patients with Hemiplegia
저자명 김창선
발행사 한국생활환경학회
수록사항 한국생활환경학회지 , v.16 n.4(2009-08)
페이지 시작페이지(379) 총페이지(8)
ISSN 1226-1289
주제분류 환경및설비
주제어 ; Aerobic exercise ; Bone intensity ; Stroke ; Hemiplegia
요약2 This study was designed to clarify the effect of walking and wood ball exercise training on improvement of bone loss in chronic stroke patients with hemiplegia. Volunteer nine male and seven female chronic stroke patients aged approximate 60 yrs were participated aerobic exercise training for 60 min, 3 times a week during 9 months. The exercise was composed that walking for 1~3 km, 2 times a week and wood ball, 1 time a week. Bone intensity of both calcaneus was measured by ultrasonic methods (Achilles express; LUNAR, USA) and body composition was measured by Salus (Biospace, Korea). Physical fitness of hand grip strength, maximum step reach, speed of 10m walk, sit & reach, chair stand, 2.45 m up & go, push up and 2 kg arm curl were measured in before and after experiment. At before experiment, bone intensity of female was significantly lower than that of male in both side legs (p<0.05) while there were no significant difference of bone intensity between both side legs either male or female. Since 9 months of aerobic exercise, bone intensity of both male and female were significantly increased (p<0.05), respectively and the muscular strengths related legs such as speed of 10 m walk (p<0.05), chair stand (p<0.01) and 2.45 m up & go (p<0.01) were also significantly improved either male or female. However any significant effects by aerobic exercise were not found on height, weight, body fat and WHR either male or female. These results suggest that prolonged aerobic exercises such as walking and wood ball may improves bone intensity of legs and the muscular strengths related legs in chronic stroke patients with hemiplegia.
소장처 한국생활환경학회
언어 한국어