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Japan, 2Fujita Health University, School of Medicine, Toyoake, Hashemi2 Japan, 3Fujita Health University Hospital, Department of Reha- 1 bilitation, Toyoake, Japan, 4Fujita Health University Banbuntane Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Research Center of Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences and Clinical Research De- Hotokukai Hospital, Department of Rehabilitation, Nagoya, Japan velopment Center of Shahid Modarres Hospital, Physical Medicine 2 Introduction/Background: Previous studies have shown that toe and Rehabilitation, Tehran, Iran, Physical Medicine and Reha- clearance during the swing phase affects the risk of tripping; this bilitation Research Center of Shahid Beheshti University of Medi- is considered a predominant cause of falls. In healthy subjects, toe cal Sciences, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Tehran, Iran, clearance is obtained mainly by lower limb movements. However, 3Arak University of Medical Sciences-Vali-Asr Hospital, Physical in stroke patients, the compensatory movements are more important Medicine and Rehabilitation, Tehran, Iran in obtaining toe clearance. The purpose of this preliminary study is to clarify the system of obtaining toe clearance in stroke patients in Introduction/Background: Trend to non surgical treatments in mus- comparison to healthy subjects. Material and Methods: Thirteen pa- plications and studies in Iran have been started about 15 years ago. A motion analysis system, the Kinema- in musculoskeletal disorders in Iran from 2000 and 2015. Material Tracer® (Kissei Comtec, Nagano), was used for the kinematic anal- and Methods: A review of literatures in Google scholar, PubMed, ysis of the gait. Then was conducted to fnd the difference between the patients with hemi- studies which were related to musculoskeletal disorder were selected. The studies peaked in 2015 when 14 literatures by circumduction, and the elevation of the pelvis by the unaffected were published. About one third of the all studies were randomized limb were signifcantly greater (2. The component analysis 817 of the toe clearance may help targeted rehabilitation to improve toe clearance and potentially reduce the risk of falls. The Swedish Social Insurance Agency was able to decrease sick days in the period between 2000 and 2010 but K. O’Riordan2 sick days are rising again in Sweden, mostly due to psychologi- 1Singapore General Hospital, Rehabilitation Medicine, Singapore, cal problems among women and partly due to their work environ- Singapore, 2Changi General Hospital, Rehabilitation Medicine, ment. Thompson1 research involving the perceptions of patients and their family to- 1Broadgreen Hospital, Phoenix CentRe for Rehabilitation, Liver- wards inpatient rehabilitation and our clinical experience seemed pool, United Kingdom, 2Cheshire and Merseyside Rehabilitation to suggest that a substantial number may view rehabilitation as a Network, Rehabilitation Medicine, Liverpool, United Kingdom passive extension of hospitalisation merely to prolong rest or to allow the organisation of discharge plans. The aim of this study Introduction/Background: Article 5 of Human Rights Act states that is to garner objective data to confrm the extent of these passive ‘everyone has the right to liberty and security of person. Supreme Court judgment in Mar 2014 made these perceptions by focusing on specifc aspects of patient edu- reference to ‘acid test’ to see whether a person is being deprived of cation, with an ultimate goal of improving the active involvement liberty, which consisted of two questions: Is the person subject to of the patients and their families as part of the rehabilitation team continuous supervision and control? Material and patient and one nominated family member, both at the time of Methods: — Retrospective study, Jun 2014 to Oct 2015 carried at admission and at discharge. The purpose of kistan, 2Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Rehabilitation Hos- this study was to clarify the effects of the use of handrails on pital, Rehabilitation Hospital- King Fahad Medical City, Riyadh, time-distance factors during the treadmill-walking of hemiple- 3 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, College of Physicians and Surgeons of gics. The time after onset was 1074±1104 Introduction/Background: Pakistan is a low resourced country with days. A KinemaTracer® three-dimensional motion analysis sys- an evolving health care system. For statistical analysis, a on Medline, Google scholar, Science direct and Springer link with Wilcoxon Matched-Pairs Signed-Rank Test was used to compare key words rehabilitation; history; Pakistan; disability ; rehabilita- the two conditions of walking. Results: The stride length and step tion medicine; physiatrist; physiatry ;developing countries and chal- length of both sides were signifcantly longer and the step widths lenges (2000–2015; English language only). Single sup- in Pakistan were approached for sharing their experiences and iden- port time and the ratio of the single support phase in the gait cycle tifying the challenges they faced while establishing this specialty. There were no signifcant differences between the two They collaborated on clinical and academic platforms to promote gait conditions in the other time factors. In Dec 2015, the numbers of qualifed Physiatrists of the present study show that the use of handrails in the treadmill- increased to 51, most of which have completed their training in walking of hemiplegics increases stride length and step length, the Pakistan. The 2005 earthquake allowed the physiatrists to display J Rehabil Med Suppl 55 Poster Abstracts 239 their pivotal role in the management of major disabilities. This study is aimed to measure patient outcomes, the quality of care The baton has been passed to the next generation of Physiatrists. There has been improved academics, better rehabilitation services Material and Methods: This single blinded randomized control trial and advancement in research. In this study, we of the Iranian physiatrists have good attitude toward their current aimed to investigated the potential of treadmill exercise to promote practice and job. From days 4 to 8 after the frst acid injec- Medicine, Seoul, Republic of Korea, Korea National Rehabilita- tion, mice received 0 (n=11) and 8 (n=8) J/cm2 dosages of the laser tion Center, Rehabilitation Medicine, Seoul, Republic of Korea treatment every day. Material and Methods: tation, Kitakyushu, Japan, 2Moji Medical Center, Rehabilitation, Forty-two Sprague-Dawley rats were used in this study. The cause Guangzhou, China of this denervation is unclear, but overuse, aging, immunological fac- tors and chronic infammation are thought to be contributing factors. A total of 10 Wistar rats were set as normoten- samples were collected in those subjects. Funding ac- On Day 7, 14 and 21, changes of behavioral test by Morris water knowledgements: National Natural Science Foundation of China, No. Non-pharmacological intervention is helpful not only reducing fat component but also controlling the endothelial devastating cytokine. Thanabalan2 ly used in rehabilitation and sports activities to improve muscle strength, balance and fexibility. Polarized macrophages are impor- 1Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2University Kebangsaan Malaysia, tant for immunity and broadly classifed into two groups: M1 and M2 Department of Surgery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 3University Ke- macrophage. M2 macrophage activation is usually anti-infammato- bangsaan Malaysia, Rehabilitation Unit - Department of Ortho- ry. The Catholic University of Korea, Department of Rehabilitation The gastrocnemius and soleus muscle were processed for immuno- Medicine- Incheon St. Material and Methods: Human bone marrow derived- also signifcantly increased (control 89±38 vs. The hindlimb mouse model of lymphedema ment of Rehabilitation Medicine- School of Medicine, Kitakyushu, was obtained. Four Department of Pharmacology- School of Medicine, Kitakyusyu, weeks after the surgery, the mice were sacrifced. Conclusion: Taken together, this study revealed tonin transporter, are clinically important antidepressants. Its neurorestorative properties in preclinical model of stroke of cilostazol to assess the monoamine uptake. Results: The tomato juice 1China Medical University, Department of Physical Therapy Grad- administration group showed the largest of number of brain neu- uate Institute of Rehabilitation Science, Taichung, Taiwan, 2China ron cell expression (145. Con- Department of Physical Therapy- Graduate Institute of Rehabilita- clusion: The administration of tomato juice and physical exercise tion Science, Taichung, Taiwan intervention on menopause rat increase the neuronal cells in the Introduction/Background: Several evidence indicates that fbrosis post central gyrus cerebral cortex and the tomato group showed the plays a critical role in the pathogenesis and progression of hyper- highest increasing of neuron cells.

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