neurological status: cranial sensory

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neurological status: cranial sensory/motor function

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the ability of the cranial nerves to convey sensory and motor impulses. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Motor function in patients with incomplete neurological deficit improved by an average of 16 (median improvement 10, interquartile range 5-22).
The GMFCS is a standardized system that classifies the degree of gross motor function impairment into five levels, I to V, in increasing order of severity and has been used to stratify patients with CP.
Exclusion criteria included significant tremor, musculoskeletal disorders that may confound assessment of motor function, previous deep brain stimulation, history of stroke, cerebellar, vestibular or sensory ataxia, women of childbearing potentiation and any contraindications to 4-tesla MRI.
Children's scores on the neurobehavioral tests were used as indicators of four latent variables representative of underlying neurobehavioral domains: memory, attention, motor function, and hyperactivity (Figure 1).
Gains in motor speed, as measured by the Wolf Motor Function Test, rival those made through traditional CI therapy, said Gauthier.
Although Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS) can evaluate the gross motor functions like independent walking or sitting of the patient, an additional classification is necessary to evaluate hand functions (5,8).
Researchers found that yoga significantly improved motor functions and balance among stroke survivors, according to findings published in the journal Stroke.
Michael's Hospital, patients who played video games were up to five times more likely to show improvements in arm motor function compared to those who had standard therapy.
This study investigated the relationship between motor function and functional abilities confidence level among community-dwelling stroke survivors.
Research suggests that the polyphenolic compounds found in fruits, such as blueberries, may exert their beneficial effects by altering stress signaling and neuronal communication, suggesting that interventions may exert protection against age-related deficits in cognitive and motor function.
A recent study indicates that Vitaline CoQ10 may be associated with signs of clinical improvement on several quality of life scales for patients with Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), a progressive neurodegenerative disorder that causes loss of motor function (muscle coordination, tremor and rigidity, slurred speech) and other symptoms.