Volume 1 Issue 2

Original Article

68. A Subarachnoid Hemorrhage-induced Traumatic Brain Injury Case who
Restarted Regular Food Oral Ingestion after 6 Years of Dysphasia-associated
Nasogastric Tube Feeding
 Harumi Kuno-Sakai, Yusei Sato, Reiko Negishi,
Mutsuo Fukushima , Hideto Sakai
Case Report -Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

99.“Right & Left Scissors Angles” measured by Honda Motor’s “Walk Assist”
robotic rehab instrument act as accurate indicators of humans’  walking ability
and the “Walk Assist” help doctors record and analyze characteristics of Gait
Cycles at both post-stroke hemiplegic patients and healthy persons

 Harumi Kuno-Sakai, Mutsuo Fukushima, Hideto Sakai,
Takashi Ninomiya, Satomi Takamura , Rika Tabata

The authors decided to divide into six parts this medical dissertation on the
strong rehabilitation effects exerted for post-stroke hemiplegic patients’
walking ability by the Honda Motor automaker’s robotic rehabilitation
instrument in view of the combined large size of texts, data, tables, figures
and photographs presented in the dissertation. Readers are advised to keep
in mind that the subsequent six parts make up the one whole dissertation.

Scissors Angles Part 1 pp. 99-111   Scissors Angles Part 1 pp.99-111
Scissors Angles Part 2 pp.112-128 Scissors Angles Part2 pp.112-128
Scissors Angles Part 3 pp.129-137 Scissors Angles Part 3 pp.129-137 
Scissors Angles Part 4 pp.138-142 Scissors Angles Part 4. 138-142
Scissors Angles Part 5 pp.143-147 Scissors Angles Part 5. 143-147 
Scissors Angles Part 6 pp.148-150 Scissors Angles Part 6. 148-150

Published by International Society of Clinical Geriatrics