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Brain Activity Changes During Walking Affected by Cueing in Parkinson's Disease Patients Viewed by sLORETA Imaging
Dvořáčková, Dominika ; Pánek, David (advisor) ; Pavlů, Dagmar (referee)
Title: Brain Activity Changes During Walking Affected by Cuieng in Parkinson's Disease Patients Viewed by sLORETA Imaging. Objectives: The aim of this diploma thesis is to acertain changes in electrical activity of the brain, evaluated by sLORETA program, between gait affected by visual and auditory cueing and normal comfortable gait in patients with Parkinson's disease. Methods: This experiment was conducted on 11 patients with Parkinson's Disease aged between 60-78 years. The electrical activity of the brain was registred by scalp EEG during the whole experiment. The experiment consisted of 4 parts. In the beginning we measured resting EEG with closed and then opened eyes (5 + 5 minutes), after that we measured EEG during normal comfortable gait on 3 meters long track (3 minutes). Subsequently we measured EEG during walking affected by cueing, again on the 3 meters long track (3 + 3 minutes). The order of visual and auditory cueing was randomized. Visual cueing was mediated by white lines (tapes) stuck to the floor within 50 centimetres of each other. Auditory cueing was mediated by a metronome. The basic rhythm of the metronome was set on the 70 BPM. Next, the data from the experiment were transferred into the sLORETA program, which enabled statistical proccessing and also imaging of the active...
Physiotherapy for Patients with Parkinson's Syndrome. Subtitle: Diagnosis and Therapy
Dvořáčková, Dominika ; Angerová, Yvona (advisor) ; Gerlichová, Markéta (referee)
OF BACHELOR THESIS Author: Dominika Dvořáčková Supervisor: MUDr. Yvona Angerová, MBA., Ph. D. Opponent: Title of bachelor thesis: Physiotherapy for Patients with Parkinson's syndrome Subtitle: Diagnosis and Therapy Abstract: The topic of the thesis is Physiotherapy for Patients with Parkinson's Syndrome. The work consists of three parts - theoretical, focused and practical. The theoretical part summarizes problems related to Parkinson's disease and its pathogenesis, clinical presentation, diagnosis and treatment possibilities. The focused part refers to physiotherapy of patients with PD. Emphasis is layed on modern strategies published in European Physiotherapy Guideline for Parkinson's Disease published in 2014. The practical part consists of two case studies of patients with Parkinson's disease, which include close kinesiologic examinations (entry and final), individual therapy design, realization and comparison of measured parameters. Apart from kinesiology analysis, walk tests (TUG test, 10 MWT) have been used for result objectivity. Work is supplemented by personal experience with the disease. The aim of this work is to create a comprehensive view of the Parkinson's disease from the perspective of the physiotherapist, to prove positive effect of physiotherapy and to verify theoretical...

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