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Figure 4 | Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Figure 4

From: Retraining and assessing hand movement after stroke using the MusicGlove: comparison with conventional hand therapy and isometric grip training

Figure 4

After two weeks of training with the MusicGlove, subjects demonstrated significant improvement in hand function pre- to post-assessment as measured by the Box and Block score (top left plot) and the 9 Hole Peg Test (top right plot). Participants also showed a significant improvement in these assessments while using the MusicGlove compared to the table-top exercises guided by a physical therapist (control). The bottom plot shows cumulative gains over the course of the study. Baseline gains represent the difference between assessment 2 and assessment 1. One month follow-up represents the difference between the final administered assessment and the second to last assessment following the final treatment. Treatment groups were randomized but are shown as ordered for graphical purposes. P < 0.017 is considered significant with an applied Bonferroni correction. *Significant improvement pre- to post-treatment. Significant improvement between the two training types.

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