Amaç: Gövde kontrolü, fonksiyonel hareketler için önemli bir bileşendir ve nörolojik hastalıklarda sınırlı kan dolaşımından etkilenir. İnme gibi nörolojik durumlarda gövde kontrolü, yürüme ve fonksiyonel bağımsızlık arasında ilişkinin olduğu net olsa da, beyin tümörü nedeniyle ameliyat edilen hastalarda bilinmemektedir. Bu çalışmanın amacı, beyin tümörü olan hastalarda cerrahi sonrası erken dönemde gövde kontrolü, fonksiyonel bağımsızlık ve fonksiyonel kapasite arasındaki ilişkiyi belirlemekti.Gereç ve Yöntem: Beyin tümörü olan on iki hastanın gövde kontrolü, fonksiyonel mobilitesi ve bağımsızlığı, sırasıyla Gövde Bozukluk Ölçeği, 2 Dakika Yürüme Testi, ve Barthel İndeksi ile postoperatif erken dönemde değerlendirildi.Bulgular: Fonksiyonel mobilite, toplam ve statik gövde kontrolü ile pozitif yönde koreleydi (toplam gövde kontrolü için p=0.028, r=0.629 ve statik gövde kontrolü için p=0.029, r=0.627). Fonksiyonel bağımsızlık, gövde kontrolü toplam skoru ile ilişkiydi (p=0.023, r=0.674).Sonuç: Fonksiyonel mobilite, beyin tümörü cerrahisi sonrası erken dönem hastalarda gövde kontrolü ve fonksiyonel bağımsızlık ile ilişkilidir. Fonksiyonel bağımsızlık için gereken fonksiyonel mobilitenin daha iyi sağlanması için, ameliyattan hemen sonra gövde kontrolünü hedef alan yoğun bir değerlendirme yapılmalıdır.
Purpose: Trunk control is the key component for functional movements and affected by limited blood circulation in neurological diseases. Although the relationship between trunk control, gait and functional independence is clear neurological conditions as stroke, it is not known in patients who underwent surgery for brain tumor. The aim of this study is to determine the relationship between trunk control, functional independence and functional capacity in patients with brain tumors early period after surgery. Materials and Methods: Trunk control, functional mobility and independence of twelve patients with brain tumor were evaluated by 2-Minute Walk Test (2MWT), Trunk Impairment Test (TIS) and Barthel Index, respectively in early postoperative period. Results: Functional mobility was positively correlated with total and static trunk control (p=0.028, r=0.629 for total trunk control and p=0.029, r=0.627 for static trunk control). Functional independence was correlated to total trunk control (p=0.023, r=0.674).Conclusion: Functional mobility was closely associated with trunk control and functional independence in patients with brain tumor early period after surgery. Intensive evaluation that targets trunk control early after surgery should be done to regain better functional mobility for functional independence.
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