Effect of Rehabilitation Guidance on Motor Function and Living Ability Recovery of Limbs in Elderly Patients with Cerebral Hemorrhage
To explore the effect of rehabilitation guidance on the motor function and life ability recovery of elderly patients with cerebral hemorrhage. The intervention time was 3 months. The effects of muscle strength improvement and motor function scores, life ability scores, and quality of life scores before and after intervention were observed. The total effective rate of improvement of muscle strength in the study group (97.83%) was higher than that in the control group (78.26%), and the difference was statistically significant (χ2=8.364, P<0.05). There was no significant difference in exercise function, living ability and quality of life score between the two groups before intervention (P>0.05). The scores of the two groups improved after the intervention. The upper limb FMA score, lower limb FMA score and MBI score of the study group were (31.88± 4.76) points, (60.81±7.97) points, (57.88±7.02) points, higher than the control group (25.41±4.08) points, (51.02±6.86) points, (45.27±5.76) points, the difference was statistically significant ( t = 6.999, 6.314, 9.418, both P < 0.05). The quality of life, physical function, social function, physical pain, emotional function, mental health, vitality, overall health and other quality of life scores of the study group were also higher than the control group, the difference was statistically significant (t=2.962, 5.278, 5.311, 3.604, 8.435, 5.652, 4.002, 5.562, both P<0.05). Rehabilitation guidance can significantly improve the muscle strength and limb motor function of elderly patients with cerebral hemorrhage, improve their ability to live, and at the same time help improve the quality of life of patients.