CORRELATION BETWEEN THE LEVEL OF CEREBRAL PALSY BASED ON GMFCS (GROSS MOTOR FUNCTION SCALE) WITH QUALITY OF LIFE
Mas Wishnuwardhana Widjanarko,Fernando Ferino,Dina Siti Daliyanti,Siti Rahmah,Thomas Harry Adoe,Charles Antoni Silalahi,Tri Yanti Rahayuningsih
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Background : Cerebral palsy (CP) is a disorder of motor function that arises in early pregnancy and is characterized by changes in muscle tone, muscle weakness, involuntary movements, ataxia or a combination of disorders.
Material : Cross sectional, with Kruskall Wallis and SPSS
Results : There is no significant difference between Gross Motor Function Scale and quality of life evaluation.
Conclusions : There is no significant difference between Gross Motor Function Scale and quality of life evaluation
Keywords: Cerebral Palsy Gross Motor Function Scale Quality of life
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