FUNCTIONAL STATUS AMONG PATIENTS WITH STAGE III PARKINSON’S DISEASE

Authors

  • Rimsha Fatima Student Physical Therapy Department Lahore College of Physical Therapy LM&DC Lahore
  • Nabeela Safdar Senior Lecturer Neurosciences, Department Lahore College of Physical Therapy, LM&DC Lahore
  • Somia Faisal Demonstrator Applied Science Department Lahore College of Physical Therapy, LM&DC Lahore
  • Hafiz Muhammad Asim Professor Lahore College of Physical Therapy, LM&DC Lahore Pakistan

Keywords:

Functional status, parkinson disease, cognitive dysfunction, disease progression, orthostatic hypotension, tremors

Abstract

Aims Of Study: The purpose of the study was to assess the functional capabilities of patients with Stage III Parkinson's disease (PD). Functional status of PD patients declines due to impaired postural reflexes and characteristic loss of balance which became evident at Stage III thus activities of daily living (ADLs) are compromised as the severity of the disease increases.

Methodology:  Descriptive case series was conducted on stage III PD patients (n=64). Patients with age ranges from 45 to 75 years were recruited and patients with other neurological issues were excluded. They were assessed using a Functional independence measure scale having reliability 0.95.

Results: Out of 64 patients, 75% required minimal assistance and 9.4% required supervision while performing the ADLs. Whereas, 81% of patients need 2 hours of personal care assistance according to burden of care.

Limitations & Future Implications: Only functional status of PD patient is determined no exercise regime or intervention were incorporated to assess their impact on the PD patient functional activities. Thus, future studies should be carried out to find the correlation between aerobic exercises and their impact on PD patient level of functional independence.

Originality: Information added was all taken from databases and reduced to similarity index and was not submitted to any other journal.

Conclusion: Stage III Parkinson’s disease patient required minimal level of assistance while performing tasks of daily living. However, majority of these patients required 2 hours of personal care assistance on average per day to compete with daily living.

Author Biographies

Rimsha Fatima, Student Physical Therapy Department Lahore College of Physical Therapy LM&DC Lahore

 

 

 

Nabeela Safdar, Senior Lecturer Neurosciences, Department Lahore College of Physical Therapy, LM&DC Lahore

 

 

Somia Faisal, Demonstrator Applied Science Department Lahore College of Physical Therapy, LM&DC Lahore

 

 

Hafiz Muhammad Asim, Professor Lahore College of Physical Therapy, LM&DC Lahore Pakistan

 

 

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Published

2023-07-04

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Fatima, R. ., Safdar, N., Faisal, S., & Asim, H. M. . (2023). FUNCTIONAL STATUS AMONG PATIENTS WITH STAGE III PARKINSON’S DISEASE. Pakistan Journal of Rehabilitation, 12(2), 52–59. Retrieved from http://ojs.zu.edu.pk/ojs/index.php/pjr/article/view/1740

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