Objective To explore the application on effect of biofeedback in early rehabilitation of hemiplegia patients caused by acute stroke, in order to provide reference for further improving the rehabilitation level of patients. Methods Seventy-two patients with hemiplegia caused by acute stroke enrolled in our hospital from July 2016 to February 2018 were divided into control group (n=36) and observation group (n=36). The control group was given routine early rehabilitation nursing, while the observation group was given biofeedback on this basis. The clinical efficacy, scores of neurological impairment (assessed by NIHSS score), lower limb motor function (assessed by FMA score) and activity of daily living (assessed by MBI score) before and after nursing were compared between the two groups. Results The total effective rate of nursing in the observation group was significantly higher than that in the control group (P<0.05). After nursing, the NIHSS scores of the two groups decreased significantly, while the scores of FMA and MBI increased significantly, and those of the observation group were better than the control group, and the differences were statistically significant (P<0.05). Conclusion Biofeedback can effectively improve the neurological function, motor function and activity of daily living of hemiplegia patients caused by acute stroke. It has a positive effect on the prognosis, rehabilitation and outcome of hemiplegia patients, and is worth promoting.
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