By Li Shuxing, Sun Jinju, Sun Dongmei, Chen Changxiang
Results: The scores of visuospatial construction, attention and concentration, memory, language, abstract thinking, and the total score in experiment group 1 were significantly higher than those in experiment group 2 and the control group (P <0.05); the difference between the experimental group 2 and control group after the intervention was not statistically significant (P>0.05). In such light, it can be concluded that cognitive training provided by Forbrain is effective in improving the cognitive functions of stroke patients.
Conclusion: In conclusion, Forbrain brain cognitive training can effectively improve the cognitive functions of stroke patients. It is simple to apply and guarantees high patient compliance, serving as a great intervention modality for the rehabilitation of cognitive function. However, limitations on time and sample size necessitate further research with a larger sample size and refined grouping techniques.