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Title
  • ja 車椅子シーティング対象者の実態調査
Alternative
  • en Actual status of individuals with disabilities targeted for wheelchair seating intervention
Creator
    • ja 押川, 武志
    • ja 宮寺, 亮輔
    • ja 森田, 智之
    • オシカワ, タケシ
    • カメガヤ, タダヒコ
    • ミヤデラ, リョウスケ
    • モリタ, トモユキ
    • en Takeshi, OSHIKAWA
    • en Tadahiko, KAMEGAYA
    • en Ryosuke, MIYADERA
    • en Tomoyuki, MORITA
Contributor
    • ja 九州保健福祉大学保健科学部作業療法学科
    • ja 群馬大学大学院保健学研究科リハビリテーション学講座
    • ja 文京学院大学保健医療技術学部作業療法学科
    • ja 神奈川リハビリテーション病院理学療法科
    • en Department of Occupational Therapy, School of Health Science, Kyushu University of Health and Welfare
    • en Gunma University Graduate School of Health Sciences Department of Rehabilitation Sciences
    • en Department of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Health Science Technology, Bunkyo Gakuin University
    • en Department of Physical Therapy, Kanagawa Rehabilitation Hospital
Rights
  • CC BY-NC-ND
Subject
  • Other シーティング
  • Other 実態調査
  • Other 横断研究
  • Other Seating
  • Other Factual investigation
  • Other Cross-sectional study
Description
  • Other Wheelchair seating is a method of supporting individuals with disabilities that utilizes modular wheelchairs and seating posture-supporting devices to maintain a stable posture, facilitating the execution of functional movements while using a wheelchair. With the cooperation of 18 physical and occupational therapists, this study examined the actual status of 164 individuals with disabilities for whom seating intervention was being provided.The results revealed an association between decreased ability to maintain a sitting posture in a wheelchair and lower Braden Scale scores, indicating an increased risk for pressure ulcers (r=‒0.756, p<0.001). Likewise, among individuals targeted for seating intervention, the ability to maintain a sitting posture was also significantly correlated with Functional Independence Measure scores. This assessment demonstrated that poorer seating ability was associated with a lower total score (r=‒0.778, p<0.001) as well as with eating (r=‒0.727, p<0.001) and wheelchair locomotion (r=‒0.666, p<0.001). These results suggest the requirement for active assessment of and intervention for individuals with disabilities targeted for seating intervention to prevent the development of pressure ulcers and to support their activities of daily living.In order to develop wheelchair seating-related knowledge and intervention techniques, it is necessary to conduct large-scale studies and to promote more accurate recognition of the status of individuals with disabilities targeted for seating intervention.
Date
    Created2016-06-17 , Issued2016-03
Language
  • jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Version Type NA
Identifier URI http://id.nii.ac.jp/1147/00000874/ , DOI https://doi.org/10.15069/00000874
ID
  • JaLC 10.15069/00000874
Journal
    • NCID AA11490417
      • 九州保健福祉大学研究紀要 = Journal of Kyushu University of Health and Welfare 17, 107-112
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