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AvtorGrabljevec, Klemen
Šimunič, Boštjan
Kerševan, Katarina
Križaj, Dejan, 1962-
Košorok, Viktorija
Gregorič, Milan, 1941-
Naslov Detection of contractile properties of chronically spastic muscles in subjects after traumatic brain injury with Tensiomyography (TMG) method / K. Grabljevec ... [et al.]
Vrsta/vsebinatype of material prispevek na konferenci
Jezikangleški
Leto2004
Fizični opisStr. 139-143
OpombeSoavtorji: B. Simunič, K. Kersevan, D. Krizaj, V. Kosorok and M. Gregorič
Summary
Bibliografija: str. 143 (6 ref.)
UDK616.74-073
PovzetekChronic spasticity can lead to changes in the rheologic properties of the involved and neighboring muscles. Stiffness, contracture, atrophy and fibrosys may interact with pathologic regulatory mechanisms to prevent normal control of limb position and movement. While most known methods can not asses contractile properties of a single muscles, the Tensiomyography method is able to detect different time parameters of a chosen contracting muscle. The Tensiomyography test was performed on six patients with spastic muscles after traumatic brain injury (TBI). The measured parameters were delay time, contraction time, sustain time, relaxation time and displacement of the muscle belly. In spastic muscles Ts and Tr seems to be prolonged, which can be explained with enhanced reflex activity of the muscle, with a spread of phasic reflexes during contraction as response to single twitch stimulation and with rheologic changes.
COBISS.SI-ID518249
Glej publikacijo TI=Rehabilitation sciences in the new millenium challenge for multidisciplinary research : collection of works presented at the 8th Congress of European Federation for Research in Rehabilitation, Ljubljana, Slovenia, June 13-17, 2004.- Str. 139-143