Assessment of gait parameters and fatigue in MS patients during inpatient rehabilitation: A pilot trial

  • Sacco R
  • Bussman R
  • Oesch P
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Gait impairment and fatigue are common and disabling problems in multiple sclerosis (MS). Characterisation of abnormal gait in MS patients has been done mainly using observational studies and simple walking tests providing only limited quantitative and no qualitative data, or using intricate and time-consuming assessment procedures. In addition, the correlation of gait impairments with fatigue is largely unknown. The aim of this study was to characterise spatio-temporal gait parameters by a simple and easy-to-use gait analysis system (GAITRite®) in MS patients compared with healthy controls, and to analyse changes and correlation with fatigue during inpatient rehabilitation. Twenty-four MS patients (EDSS

Author-supplied keywords

  • Fatigue
  • Gait
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Rehabilitation

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