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Robotic Gait Training in Spinal Cord Injury

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ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02749357
Recruitment Status : Recruiting
First Posted : April 25, 2016
Last Update Posted : August 18, 2017
Sponsor:
Collaborator:
National Council of Science and Technology, Mexico
Information provided by (Responsible Party):
Jimena Quinzaños, Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitacion

Brief Summary:

INTRODUCTION:

The ability to move and transfer own body in an effective manner, is frequently affected in people with a spinal cord injury with a negative impact in mood and quality of life, in such a way, that achieving an effective locomotion, is one of the main objectives in the rehabilitation program in a spinal cord injured patient.

There are different modalities of locomotion training in spinal cord injury, being the robotic orthosis among them, and offering until now, positive outcomes. However there´s still a lack of evidence of the optimal training characteristics, in order to establish the best time, number of sessions, and progression scheme. For these reasons, establishing the effects of different locomotion training programs will provide the necessary data in order to develop an effective training program for the maximum benefit of the patient.

OBJECTIVE To determine the effect of different training programs with robotic gait orthosis for patients with chronic motor incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI) (American Spinal Injury Association Impairment Scale (AIS) C / D) in short and long term.

METHODS AND DESIGN. The design of the study consists on a randomized, blinded to the observer, clinical trial.

Patients from the National Institute of Rehabilitation (INR) with spinal cord injury, AIS C and D, with at least 6 months of evolution, and who are able to walk with or without gait auxiliary, will be eligible.

Informed consent will be obtained from all subjects prior to participation. Patients will be randomly assigned to either one of the two different training groups: intervention or control group.

The control group will be submitted to training sessions of 30 minutes, and the intervention group will have training sessions of 60 minutes.

Both groups will receive a training period of six weeks, five days a week.

Throughout the training period, gait assessments with the GaitRite instrument, will be performed, and repeated at 6 and 12 months after completion of the training as part of follow up. The data obtained from the GaitRite will be compared within each group, in order to determine which type of training is more effective

Statistical analysis will be performed using SPSS, considering all P < 0.05 as statistically significant.


Condition or disease Intervention/treatment
Spinal Cord Injuries Device: 30 minutes Lokomat Device: 60 minutes Lokomat

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Study Type : Interventional  (Clinical Trial)
Estimated Enrollment : 10 participants
Allocation: Randomized
Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment
Masking: Single (Outcomes Assessor)
Primary Purpose: Treatment
Official Title: Effect of Different Programs of Robotic Assisted Gait Training in Individuals With Chronic Motor Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury.
Study Start Date : May 2016
Estimated Primary Completion Date : December 2017
Estimated Study Completion Date : February 2018

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Arm Intervention/treatment
Active Comparator: Control

Intervention: Control group, with 30 training sessions in robotic orthosis with duration of 30 minutes during 6 weeks.

The initial training speed will be the comfortable one for each patient, as assessed by Swinnen.The training progression will consist in a 10% weekly increase in speed, and a 5% weekly reduction of partial weight support.

Device: 30 minutes Lokomat

30 training sessions in robotic orthosis with duration of 30 or 60 minutes during 6 weeks, duration of 30 minutes.

The initial training speed will be the comfortable one for each patient, as assessed by Swinnen (20). The training progression will consist in a 10% weekly increase in speed, and a 5% weekly reduction of partial weight support.

Experimental: Experimental

Intervention: Experimental group, with 30 training sessions in robotic orthosis with duration of 60 minutes during 6 weeks.

The initial training speed will be the comfortable one for each patient, as assessed by Swinnen.The training progression will consist in a 10% weekly increase in speed, and a 5% weekly reduction of partial weight support.

Device: 60 minutes Lokomat
30 training sessions in robotic orthosis with duration of 30 or 60 minutes during 6 weeks, duration of 60 minutes.



Primary Outcome Measures :
  1. Baseline Gait speed [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (m/s)

  2. Change in gait speed at first training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 1) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (m/s)

  3. Change in gait speed at second training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the second session of training (day 2) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (m/s)

  4. Change in gait speed at third training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the third session of training (day3) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (m/s)

  5. Change from baseline gait speed at first week [ Time Frame: At the end of the first training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (m/s)

  6. Change from baseline gait speed at second week [ Time Frame: At the end of the second training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (m/s)

  7. Change from baseline gait speed at fourth week [ Time Frame: At the end of the fourth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (m/s)

  8. Change from baseline gait speed at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (m/s)

  9. Baseline mean double support percentage [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  10. Change in mean double support percentage at first training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 1) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  11. Change in mean double support percentage at second training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the second session of training (day 2) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  12. Change in mean double support percentage at third training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the second session of training (day 3) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  13. Change from baseline mean double support percentage at first week [ Time Frame: At the end of the first training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  14. Change from baseline mean double support percentage at second week [ Time Frame: At the end of the secondt training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  15. Change from baseline mean double support percentage at fourth week [ Time Frame: At the end of the fourth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  16. Change from baseline mean double support percentage at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  17. Change from baseline mean double support percentage at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  18. Change from baseline mean double support percentage at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  19. Change from baseline gait speed at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (m/s)

  20. Change from baseline gait speed at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (m/s)

  21. Baseline Functional ambulation profile (FAP) [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100)

  22. Change in FAP at first training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 1) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100)

  23. Change in FAP at second training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the second session of training (day 2) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100)

  24. Change in FAP at third training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the third session of training (day 3) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100)

  25. Change from baseline FAP at first week [ Time Frame: At the end of the first training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100)

  26. Change from baseline FAP at second week [ Time Frame: At the end of the second training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100)

  27. Change from baseline FAP at fourth week [ Time Frame: At the end of the fourth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100)

  28. Change from baseline FAP at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100)

  29. Change from baseline FAP at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100)

  30. Change from baseline FAP at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100)

  31. Baseline Mean single support [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Analysed by Gait Rite System (0-100%)

  32. Change in Mean single support at first training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 1) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  33. Change in Mean single support at second training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 2) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  34. Change in Mean single support at third training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 3) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  35. Change from baseline Mean single support at first week [ Time Frame: At the end of the first training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  36. Change from baseline Mean single support at second week [ Time Frame: At the end of the second training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  37. Change from baseline Mean single support at fourth week [ Time Frame: At the end of the fourth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  38. Change from baseline Mean single support at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  39. Change from baseline Mean single support at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  40. Change from baseline Mean single support at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  41. Baseline Step time [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Analysed by Gait Rite System (0-10s)

  42. Change in Step time at first training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 1) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-10s)

  43. Change in Step time at second training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the second session of training (day 2) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-10s)

  44. Change in Step time at third training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the third session of training (day 3) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-10s)

  45. Change from baseline Step time at first week [ Time Frame: At the end of the first training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-10s)

  46. Change from baseline Step time at second week [ Time Frame: At the end of the second training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-10s)

  47. Change from baseline Step time at fourth week [ Time Frame: At the end of the fourth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-10s)

  48. Change from baseline Step time at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-10s)

  49. Change from baseline Step time at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-10s)

  50. Change from baseline Step time at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-10s)

  51. Baseline Step length [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Analysed by Gait Rite System (0-1m)

  52. Change in Step length at first training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 1) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  53. Change in Step length at second training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the second session of training (day 2) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  54. Change in Step length at first training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the third session of training (day 3) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  55. Change from baseline Step length at first week [ Time Frame: At the end of the first training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  56. Change from baseline Step length at second week [ Time Frame: At the end of the second training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  57. Change from baseline Step length at fourth week [ Time Frame: At the end of the fourth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system(0-1m)

  58. Change from baseline Step length at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  59. Change from baseline Step length at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  60. Change from baseline Step length at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  61. Baseline Mean double support [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Analysed by Gait Rite System (0-100%)

  62. Change in Mean double support at first training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 1) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  63. Change in Mean double support at second training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the second session of training (day 2) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  64. Change in Mean double support at third training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the third session of training (day 3) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  65. Change from baseline Mean double support at first week [ Time Frame: At the end of the first training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  66. Change from baseline Mean double support at second week [ Time Frame: At the end of the second training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  67. Change from baseline Mean double support at fourth week [ Time Frame: At the end of the fourth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  68. Change from baseline Mean double support at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  69. Change from baseline Mean double support at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  70. Change from baseline Mean double support at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  71. Baseline Support base width [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Analysed by Gait Rite System (0-1m)

  72. Change in Support base width at first training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 1) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system(0-1m)

  73. Change in Support base width at second training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the second session of training (day 2) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  74. Change in Support base width at third training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the third session of training (day 3) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  75. Change from baseline Support base width at first week [ Time Frame: At the end of the first training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  76. Change from baseline Support base width at second week [ Time Frame: At the end of the second training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  77. Change from baseline Support base width at fourth week [ Time Frame: At the end of the fourth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  78. Change from baseline Support base width at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  79. Change from baseline Support base width at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  80. Change from baseline Support base width at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  81. Baseline Step width [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Analysed by Gait Rite System (0-1m)

  82. Change in Step width at first training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 1) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system(0-1m)

  83. Change in Step width at second training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the second session of training (day 2) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  84. Change in Step width at third training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the third session of training (day 3) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  85. Change from baseline Step width at first week [ Time Frame: At the end of the first training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  86. Change from baseline Step width at second week [ Time Frame: At the end of the second training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  87. Change from baseline Step width at fourth week [ Time Frame: At the end of the fourth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  88. Change from baseline Step width at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  89. Change from baseline Step width at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  90. Change from baseline Step width at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-1m)

  91. Baseline Variation coefficient of the plantar support´s lenght [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Analysed by Gait Rite System (0-100%)

  92. Change in Variation coefficient of the plantar support´s lenght at first training sesion [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 1) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  93. Change in Variation coefficient of the plantar support´s lenght at second training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the first session of training (day 2) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  94. Change in Variation coefficient of the plantar support´s lenght at third training session [ Time Frame: Before and after the third session of training (day 3) ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  95. Change from baseline Variation coefficient of the plantar support´s lenght at first week [ Time Frame: At the end of the first training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  96. Change from baseline Variation coefficient of the plantar support´s lenght at second week [ Time Frame: At the end of the second training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  97. Change from baseline Variation coefficient of the plantar support´s lenght at fourth week [ Time Frame: At the end of the fourth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  98. Change from baseline Variation coefficient of the plantar support´s lenght at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  99. Change from baseline Variation coefficient of the plantar support´s lenght at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)

  100. Change from baseline Variation coefficient of the plantar support´s lenght at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Analysed by the Gait Rite system (0-100%)


Secondary Outcome Measures :
  1. Baseline Strength [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Muscular tension necessary to overcome a position or resistance Lokomat L-FORCE (Nm)

  2. Change from baseline Strength at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Muscular tension necessary to overcome a position or resistance Lokomat L-FORCE (Nm)

  3. Change from baseline Strength at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Muscular tension necessary to overcome a position or resistance Lokomat L-FORCE (Nm)

  4. Change from baseline Strength at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Muscular tension necessary to overcome a position or resistance (Nm) Lokomat L-FORCE

  5. Baseline Spasticity [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Muscular resistance to passive movement related to speed (Nm/°) L-STIFF at 30, 60 and 90°/s

  6. Change from baseline Spasticity at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Muscular resistance to passive movement related to speed (Nm/°) L-STIFF at 30, 60 and 90°/s

  7. Change from baseline Spasticity at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Muscular resistance to passive movement related to speed (Nm/°) L-STIFF at 30, 60 and 90°/s

  8. Change from baseline Spasticity at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Muscular resistance to passive movement related to speed (Nm/°) L-STIFF at 30, 60 and 90°/s

  9. Baseline Range of motion (ROM) [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Range of motion from an articulation. Lokomat L-ROM (degrees)

  10. Change from baseline Range of motion (ROM) at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Range of motion from an articulation. Lokomat L-ROM(degrees)

  11. Change from baseline Range of motion (ROM) at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Range of motion from an articulation. Lokomat L-ROM (degrees)

  12. Change from baseline Range of motion (ROM) at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Range of motion from an articulation. Lokomat L-ROM (degrees)

  13. Baseline SCIM-III (Spinal Coprd Independence Measure III) [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Spinal Cord Independence Measure III (Amount of independence in self-care, sphincter control, transference and locomotion activities) (0-100)

  14. Change from baseline SCIM-III at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Spinal Cord Independence Measure III (Amount of independence in self-care, sphincter control, transference and locomotion activities) (0-100)

  15. Change from baseline SCIM-III at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Spinal Cord Independence Measure III (Amount of independence in self-care, sphincter control, transference and locomotion activities) (0-100)

  16. Change from baseline SCIM-III at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Spinal Cord Independence Measure III (Amount of independence in self-care, sphincter control, transference and locomotion activities) (0-100)

  17. Baseline Satisfaction with life [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    Life satisfaction Questionnaire 9 (LISAT 9)(0-36)

  18. Change from baseline Satisfaction with life at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    Life satisfaction Questionnaire 9 (LISAT 9)(0-36)

  19. Change from baseline Satisfaction with life at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    Life satisfaction Questionnaire 9 (LISAT 9)(0-36)

  20. Change from baseline Satisfaction with life at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    Life satisfaction Questionnaire 9 (LISAT 9) (0-36)

  21. Baseline Functioning, Disability and Health classification [ Time Frame: Before training ]
    BRIEF-CORE SET OF THE ICF-CY (International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health)

  22. Change from baseline Functioning, Disability and Health classification at the end of the training [ Time Frame: At the end of the sixth training week ]
    BRIEF-CORE SET OF THE ICF-CY (International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health)

  23. Change from baseline Functioning, Disability and Health classification at six months [ Time Frame: At 6 months ]
    BRIEF-CORE SET OF THE ICF-CY (International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health)

  24. Change from baseline Functioning, Disability and Health classification at one year [ Time Frame: At one year ]
    BRIEF-CORE SET OF THE ICF-CY (International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health)



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Ages Eligible for Study:   16 Years and older   (Child, Adult, Senior)
Sexes Eligible for Study:   All
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:   No
Criteria

Inclusion Criteria:

  • Incomplete SCI AIS C or D with at least 6 months of evolution.
  • Any etiology
  • Able to walk with or without walking aids.
  • Properly signed written informed consent.

Exclusion Criteria:

  • Orthopedic conditions like bone instability , arthrodesis
  • Metabolic pathology which impedes exercise.
  • Audio or visual alterations.
  • Own Robotic Orthoses (lokomat) counter-indications: body weight bigger than 135 kg, open lesions in skin of lower extremities or torso, non-cooperative patients, mechanical ventilation or continuum use of oxygen.
  • Uncontrolled pain.

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To learn more about this study, you or your doctor may contact the study research staff using the contact information provided by the sponsor.

Please refer to this study by its ClinicalTrials.gov identifier (NCT number): NCT02749357


Contacts
Contact: JIMENA QUINZAÑOS, MSC 01525559991000 ext 13410 jimenaqf@hotmail.com
Contact: IVETT QUIÑONES, PHD 01525559991000 ext 19606 iquinones@inr.gob.mx

Locations
Mexico
Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitación Recruiting
México city, Mexico city, Mexico, 14389
Contact: Jimena Quinzaños, MSc    01525559991000 ext 13410    jimenqf@hotmail.com   
Sub-Investigator: Luis Felipe Apodaca, Dr         
Sub-Investigator: Isaac Pérez Sanpablo, MEng         
Sub-Investigator: Ramiro Pérez-Zavala, Dr         
Sub-Investigator: Aída Barrera-Ortiz, Dr         
Sub-Investigator: Roberto C Sahagún Olmos, Dr         
Sub-Investigator: Carlos Pineda, PHD         
Principal Investigator: Ivett Quiñones-Uruióstegui, PhD         
Sponsors and Collaborators
Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitacion
National Council of Science and Technology, Mexico
Investigators
Principal Investigator: Jimena Quinzaños, MSc Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitacion
Study Director: Ivett Quiñones, PHD Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitacion

Publications:

Responsible Party: Jimena Quinzaños, Chief of Neurologic Rehabilitation Department, Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitacion
ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02749357     History of Changes
Other Study ID Numbers: 35/15
First Posted: April 25, 2016    Key Record Dates
Last Update Posted: August 18, 2017
Last Verified: August 2017
Individual Participant Data (IPD) Sharing Statement:
Plan to Share IPD: Undecided

Keywords provided by Jimena Quinzaños, Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitacion:
gait
robotic orthosis

Additional relevant MeSH terms:
Wounds and Injuries
Spinal Cord Injuries
Spinal Cord Diseases
Central Nervous System Diseases
Nervous System Diseases
Trauma, Nervous System