A customized home-based computerized cognitive rehabilitation platform for patients with chronic-stage stroke: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial.
Gil-Pagés Macarena,Solana Javier,Sánchez-Carrión Rocío,Tormos Jose M,Enseñat-Cantallops Antonia,García-Molina Alberto
BACKGROUND:Stroke patients usually suffer primary cognitive impairment related to attention, memory, and executive functions. This impairment causes a negative impact on the quality of life of patients and their families, and may be long term. Cognitive rehabilitation has been shown to be an effective way to treat cognitive impairment and should be continued after hospital discharge. Computerized cognitive rehabilitation can be performed at home using exercise programs that advance with predetermined course content, interval, and pace. We hypothesize that computerized rehabilitation might be improved if a program could customize course content and pace in response to patient-specific progress. The present pilot study is a randomized controlled double-blind crossover clinical trial aiming to study if chronic stroke patients with cognitive impairment could benefit from cognitive training through a customized tele-rehabilitation platform ("Guttmann, NeuroPersonalTrainer", GNPT). METHODS/DESIGN:Individuals with chronic-stage stroke will be recruited. Participants will be randomized to receive experimental intervention (customized tele-rehabilitation platform, GNPT) or sham intervention (ictus.online), both with the same frequency and duration (five sessions per week over 6 weeks). After a washout period of 3 months, crossover will occur and participants from the GNPT condition will receive sham intervention, while participants originally from the sham intervention will receive GNPT. Patients will be assessed before and after receiving each treatment regimen with an exhaustive neuropsychological battery. Primary outcomes will include rating measures that assess attention difficulties, memory failures, and executive dysfunction for daily activities, as well as performance-based measures of attention, memory, and executive functions. DISCUSSION:Customized cognitive training could lead to better cognitive function in patients with chronic-stage stroke and improve their quality of life. TRIAL REGISTRATION:NCT03326349 . Registered 31 October 2017.
Effectiveness of Yijinjing on cognitive functions in post-stroke patients with mild cognitive impairment: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial.
Xue Xin,Jin Xue-Ming,Luo Kai-Liang,Liu Xin-Hao,Zhang Li,Hu Jun
BACKGROUND:Statistics show that every year, 5.4 million people in the world suffer a stroke. Post-stroke cognitive impairment (PSCI) is one of the most common complications after stroke with a rate of 75%, which leads to decreased functions for independent living and reduced quality of life (QOL). Exercise training has been reported to be useful to improve the cognitive functions of post-stroke patients. Yijinjing, a traditional Chinese Qigong exercise characterized by an integration of mind and body in moderate exercise intensity, can improve cognitive functions of PSCI patients. This study aims to explore the feasibility and effectiveness of the Yijinjing exercise in this regard. METHODS:A single-blind, superiority, randomized controlled trial will be employed with evaluations at 3 and 6 months. Seventy-two PSCI patients will be recruited and randomly assigned to the Yijinjing exercise intervention group or the control group (1:1). Participants in the control group will receive routine rehabilitation therapies, including occupational therapy, physical therapy, acupuncture therapy, and health education 5 times a week for 3 months. The intervention group will receive a 12-week routine rehabilitation therapy combined with the Yijinjing exercise intervention for 40 min each session and 3 sessions a week. The primary outcome of cognition will be measured by the Montreal Cognitive Assessment scale (MoCA). Secondary outcomes include executive function, memory function, visuospatial function, sleep quality, gait and motor function, activity of daily living (ADL), and quality of life (QOL). DISCUSSION:Current evidence has reported the effectiveness of traditional Chinese exercise in improving the post-stroke population's motor functions. This research is a randomized controlled trial that evaluates traditional Chinese exercise's effectiveness for PSCI patients. It is expected to expand the traditional Chinese exercise scope and provide a new treatment approach for stroke populations with cognitive impairments. TRIAL REGISTRATION:Chinese Clinical Trial Registry ChiCTR1900026532 . Registered on 13 October 2019.
Based on voxel-based morphological analysis to investigate the effect of acupuncture-rehabilitation therapy on hippocampal volume and its neuroprotective mechanism in patients with vascular cognitive impairment with type 2 diabetes mellitus: A study protocol.
Zhu Luwen,Tang Qiang,Zhang Li,Xin Guile,Liang Biying,Fan Yuting,Guan Ying
BACKGROUND:Vascular cognitive impairment (VCI) has a decline in the ability of learning, memory, understanding and execution, which seriously interferes with the daily life of patients. Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is an important risk factor for VCI. In recent years, the pathogenesis and treatment of VCI with T2DM have become a research hotspot. Acupuncture-rehabilitation therapy plays an important role in the treatment of various functional disorders of cerebrovascular diseases. In the previous study of the research group, it has been proved from the perspective of imaging that acupuncture-rehabilitation therapy can improve the cognitive function of patients with ischemic stroke. Based on the previous research results, we speculate that acupuncture-rehabilitation therapy not only improves the function of cognitive-related brain regions, but also affects its structure, as well as serum biomarkers highly related to T2DM and cognitive function. METHODS/DESIGN:A partial randomized controlled trial will be conducted at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine, between July 1, 2021 and December 31, 2023. A total of 80 subjects will participate in the trial, including 25 healthy volunteers, 25 T2DM patients with normal cognitive function and 30 VCI patients with T2DM. They will all have at least 1 functional magnetic resonance imaging scan. Through the calculation and analysis of voxel-based morphological analysis indexes, the changes of hippocampal volume and function in the 3 groups are compared, so as to confirm the correlation between hippocampal structural and functional changes, between T2DM patients and healthy volunteers, as well as T2DM patients with normal cognitive and VCI patients with T2DM. Then the VCI patients with T2DM were randomly divided into 2 groups. The control group was given routine drug treatment to control blood sugar and improve cognitive function, and the experimental group was treated with acupuncture-rehabilitation therapy on the basis of the control group. Patients in both groups will receive serum biomarkers (superoxide organic dismutase, maleic dialdehyde, brain-derived neurotrophic factor) detection and neuropsychological scale (Montreal Cognitive Assessment, Webster Memory Scale IV Chinese version (adult version), functional independent measurement) evaluation before treatment, 4 weeks, 8 weeks, and 12 weeks after treatment. The functional magnetic resonance imaging scan will be performed again after 12 weeks of treatment. To observe the effect of acupuncture-rehabilitation therapy on cognitive function of VCI patients with T2DM. DISCUSSION:This trial can clarify the effect of acupuncture-rehabilitation therapy on hippocampal volume and its intervention mechanism on oxidative stress injury in VCI patients with T2DM, and clarify the scientific connotation of its neuroprotective mechanism in the VCI patients with T2DM, in order to provide a theoretical basis for the clinical application of acupuncture-rehabilitation therapy in the treatment of VCI. TRIAL REGISTRATION:Chinese Clinical Trial Registry (ChiCTR), ChiCTR2100047803. Registered 26 June, https://www.chictr.org.cn/showproj.aspx?proj=128707.
Adaptive conjunctive cognitive training (ACCT) in virtual reality for chronic stroke patients: a randomized controlled pilot trial.
Maier Martina,Ballester Belén Rubio,Leiva Bañuelos Nuria,Duarte Oller Esther,Verschure Paul F M J
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation
BACKGROUND:Current evidence for the effectiveness of post-stroke cognitive rehabilitation is weak, possibly due to two reasons. First, patients typically express cognitive deficits in several domains. Therapies focusing on specific cognitive deficits might not address their interrelated neurological nature. Second, co-occurring psychological problems are often neglected or not diagnosed, although post-stroke depression is common and related to cognitive deficits. This pilot trial aims to test a rehabilitation program in virtual reality that trains various cognitive domains in conjunction, by adapting to the patient's disability and while investigating the influence of comorbidities. METHODS:Thirty community-dwelling stroke patients at the chronic stage and suffering from cognitive impairment performed 30 min of daily training for 6 weeks. The experimental group followed, so called, adaptive conjunctive cognitive training (ACCT) using RGS, whereas the control group solved standard cognitive tasks at home for an equivalent amount of time. A comprehensive test battery covering executive function, spatial awareness, attention, and memory as well as independence, depression, and motor impairment was applied at baseline, at 6 weeks and 18-weeks follow-up. RESULTS:At baseline, 75% of our sample had an impairment in more than one cognitive domain. The experimental group showed improvements in attention ([Formula: see text] (2) = 9.57, p < .01), spatial awareness ([Formula: see text] (2) = 11.23, p < .01) and generalized cognitive functioning ([Formula: see text] (2) = 15.5, p < .001). No significant change was seen in the executive function and memory domain. For the control group, no significant change over time was found. Further, they worsened in their depression level after treatment (T = 45, r = .72, p < .01) but returned to baseline at follow-up. The experimental group displayed a lower level of depression than the control group after treatment (Ws = 81.5, z = - 2.76, r = - .60, p < .01) and (Ws = 92, z = - 2.03, r = - .44, p < .05). CONCLUSIONS:ACCT positively influences attention and spatial awareness, as well as depressive mood in chronic stroke patients. TRIAL REGISTRATION:The trial was registered prospectively at ClinicalTrials.gov (NCT02816008) on June 21, 2016.
Obstructive sleep apnea exaggerates cognitive dysfunction in stroke patients.
Zhang Yan,Wang Wanhua,Cai Sijie,Sheng Qi,Pan Shenggui,Shen Fang,Tang Qing,Liu Yang
BACKGROUND:Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is very common in stroke survivors. It potentially worsens the cognitive dysfunction and inhibits their functional recovery. However, whether OSA independently damages the cognitive function in stroke patients is unclear. A simple method for evaluating OSA-induced cognitive impairment is also missing. METHODS:Forty-four stroke patients six weeks after onset and 24 non-stroke patients with snoring were recruited for the polysomnographic study of OSA and sleep architecture. Their cognitive status was evaluated with a validated Chinese version of Cambridge Prospective Memory Test. The relationship between memory deficits and respiratory, sleeping, and dementia-related clinical variables were analyzed with correlation and multiple linear regression tests. RESULTS:OSA significantly and independently damaged time- and event-based prospective memory in stroke patients, although it had less power than the stroke itself. The impairment of prospective memory was correlated with increased apnea-hypopnea index, decreased minimal and mean levels of peripheral oxygen saturation, and disrupted sleeping continuity (reduced sleep efficiency and increased microarousal index). The further regression analysis identified minimal levels of peripheral oxygen saturation and sleep efficiency to be the two most important predictors for the decreased time-based prospective memory in stroke patients. CONCLUSIONS:OSA independently contributes to the cognitive dysfunction in stroke patients, potentially through OSA-caused hypoxemia and sleeping discontinuity. The prospective memory test is a simple but sensitive method to detect OSA-induced cognitive impairment in stroke patients. Proper therapies of OSA might improve the cognitive function and increase the life quality of stroke patients.
[Acupuncture at Baihui(GV 20) and Shenting(GV 24) combined with basic treatment and regular rehabilitation for post-stroke cognitive impairment:a randomized controlled trial].
Zhan Jie,Pan Ruihuan,Guo Youhua,Zhan Lechang,He Mingfeng,Wang Qiuchun,Chen Hongxia
Zhongguo zhen jiu = Chinese acupuncture & moxibustion
OBJECTIVE:To observe the clinical effect of acupuncture at Baihui(GV 20) and Shenting(GV 24) combined with rehabilitation for post-stroke cognitive impairment(PSCI). METHODS:Fifty patients with PSCI were randomly assigned to an observation group and a control group,25 cases in each one. In the control group,basic treatment and regular rehabilitation were applied. In the observation group,acupuncture at Baihui(GV 20) and Shenting(GV 24) and the same therapies as the control group were used for continuous four weeks,once a day and five times a week. Mini-mental state examination(MMSE) and Montreal cognitive assessment(MoCA) were observed before and after treatment in the two groups. RESULTS:After treatment,the scores of MMSE and MoCA were improved apparently(both <0.05),with better results in the observation group(both <0.05). CONCLUSIONS:Acupuncture at Baihui(GV 20) and Shenting(GV 24) combined with basic treatment and regular rehabilitation can obviously improve the cognitive function of PSCI,and the effect is superior to that of basic treatment and regular rehabilitation.
Association between serum non-high-density lipoprotein cholesterol and cognitive dysfunction after acute ischemic stroke: a cross-sectional study.
Jiao Yinghui,Tian Tian,Wei Shasha,Wang Chengdong,Wu Lili
Brazilian journal of medical and biological research = Revista brasileira de pesquisas medicas e biologicas
This study aimed to explore the association between serum non-high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (non-HDL-C) and cognitive dysfunction risk in patients with acute ischemic stroke (AIS). This cross-sectional study enrolled 583 AIS patients. Biochemical markers and lipid profile were collected after admission. AIS patients were classified into high group (non-HDL-C ≥3.4 mM) and normal group (non-HDL-C <3.4 mM). Mini-Mental State Examination scale (MMSE), Montreal Cognitive Assessment scale (MoCA), Activities of Daily Living (ADL) scale, Neuropsychiatric Inventory (NPI), and Hamilton Depression scale 21 version (HAMD-21) were applied on the third day after admission. Compared with the control group, patients of the high group had higher body mass index and higher frequency of intracranial artery stenosis, and exhibited higher levels of non-HDL-C, total cholesterol, triglycerides, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, homocysteine, fasting blood glucose, and glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c), and lower levels of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (all P<0.05). Compared with the control group, patients of the high group had significantly lower MMSE and MoCA scores (MMSE: 26.01±4.17 vs 23.12±4.73, P<0.001; MoCA: 22.28±5.28 vs 20.25±5.87, P<0.001) and higher scores on the NPI and HAMD-21 (both P<0.001). MMSE (r=-0.306, P<0.001) and MoCA scores (r=-0.251, P<0.001) were negatively associated with non-HDL-C level. Multivariate regression analysis revealed that non-HDL-C level (OR=1.361, 95%CI: 1.059-1.729, P=0.016) was independently associated with the presence of cognitive dysfunction after adjusting for confounding factors. High serum non-HDL-C level might significantly increase the risk of cognitive dysfunction after AIS.
Effects of different acupuncture treatment methods on post-stroke cognitive impairment: study protocol for a multicenter randomized controlled trial.
Su Kai-Qi,Liu Su-Tong,Li Jie-Ying,Li Rui-Qing,Feng Hui-Li,Xue Yang,Feng Xiao-Dong
BACKGROUND:Cognitive impairment is a common dysfunction after stroke that seriously affects the overall recovery of patients. Cognitive rehabilitation training is currently the main treatment to improve cognitive function, but its curative effect is limited. Acupuncture is a core component of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), and some previous clinical studies have shown that it might be effective in treating post-stroke cognitive impairment (PSCI), but further evidence from large-sample studies is needed. The overall objective of this trial is to obtain further data to develop an optimized acupuncture treatment for PSCI by comparing the effects of different acupuncture treatment methods on cognitive function in PSCI patients. METHODS/DESIGN:In this multicenter, prospective, randomized controlled trial, 206 eligible stroke inpatients who meet the trial criteria will be randomly assigned to 2 groups: an electroacupuncture (EA) plus needle retention (NR) group and an EA group. Both groups of patients will undergo the same routine cognitive rehabilitation treatments. All treatments will be given 5 times per week for 8 weeks. The primary outcomes will be assessed using the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) and the Montreal Cognitive Assessment scale (MOCA). The secondary outcome will be measured by the Barthel Index (BI). All outcomes will be evaluated at baseline, week 4, week 8, and the third and sixth month after the end of treatment. DISCUSSION:Our aim is to evaluate the effects of two different acupuncture treatment methods for treating PSCI patients. This study is expected to provide data to be used in developing an optimized acupuncture treatment method for PSCI treatment. TRIAL REGISTRATION:Chinese Clinical Trial Registry ChiCTR1900027849. Registered on 30 November 2019, http://www.chictr.org.cn/showproj.aspx?proj=46316.
Effect of Baduanjin exercise on cognitive function in patients with post-stroke cognitive impairment: a randomized controlled trial.
OBJECTIVE:To investigate the effectiveness and safety of Baduanjin training on the cognitive function in stroke survivors with cognitive impairment. DESIGN:A randomized, two-arm parallel controlled trial with allocation concealment and assessors blinding. SETTING:Community centre of Fuzhou city, China. SUBJECTS:A total of 48 participants were recruited and randomly allocated into the Baduanjin exercise intervention or control group. INTERVENTIONS:The control group maintained original medication and rehabilitation treatment. The Baduanjin training group received 24-week Baduanjin training with a frequency of three days a week and 40 minutes a day based on original medication and rehabilitation treatment. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES:The primary outcome was global cognitive function. Secondary outcome measures included the specific domains of cognition (i.e. memory, processing speed, execution, attention and visuospatial ability) and activities daily living. RESULTS:In total, 41 (Baduanjin = 22, control = 19) participants completed 24-week treatment and data collection. Mean differences between groups at 24-week treatment were statistically significant for global cognitive function (MoCA: 2.54 (0.91 to 4.16)), execution (TMT-A: -42.4 (-75.0 to -9.8); TMT-B: -71.3 (-130.6 to -12.1)), memory (immediate recall: 2.11 (0.49 to 3.73); short-term delayed recognition: 2.47 (0.58 to 4.35) and long-term delayed recognition: 1.68(0.18 to 3.17)), attention (response time of alertness: -245.5 (-387 to -104)) and activities of daily living (modified Barthel Index). CONCLUSION:Regular Baduanjin training is associated with less loss of cognitive function in patients after stroke.
Combined cognitive and motor training improves the outcome in the early phase after stroke and prevents a decline of executive functions: A pilot study.
Eschweiler Mareike,Bohr Lara,Kessler Josef,Fink Gereon R,Kalbe Elke,Onur Oezguer A
BACKGROUND:The negative impact of cognitive dysfunction on motor rehabilitation as a relearning-process is well known in stroke patients. However, evidence for combined cognitive and motor training (CMT) is lacking. OBJECTIVE:To evaluate the effects of combined CMT in early stroke rehabilitation. METHODS:In a controlled pilot study, 29 moderately affected stroke patients with low-level motor performance and cognitive impairment received motor therapy plus either cognitive (experimental group, EG) or low-frequency ergometer training (control group, CG) for eight days. RESULTS:Both groups improved their motor functioning significantly. After training, between-group comparison revealed significant differences for cognitive flexibility and trends for set-shifting, working memory, and reaction control in favor of the EG. Within-group effects showed improvement across all cognitive domains in the EG, which correlated with gains in bed-mobility, while the CG showed no significant improvement in cognition. Rather, a trend towards reaction control decline was observed, which correlated with less functional progression and recovery. Furthermore, a decline in cognitive flexibility, set-shifting, and working memory was descriptively observed. CONCLUSIONS:Combined CMT may enhance cognition and motor relearning early after stroke and is superior to single motor training. Further studies are needed to replicate these results and investigate long-term benefits.
[Rehabilitation of patients with cognitive impairment after stroke during the late recovery period].
Nuvakhova M B
Zhurnal nevrologii i psikhiatrii imeni S.S. Korsakova
Some aspects of late and delayed post-stroke rehabilitation of patients with cognitive impairment and various manifestations of brain neuroplasticity are considered. Particular attention is paid to comprehensive rehabilitation programs for post-stroke patients with cognitive impairment, based on the choice of the optimal modes of physiotherapeutic, drug effects and the duration of the course of therapeutic treatment. Similar programs that can be implemented both in a sanatorium and on an outpatient basis, are effective for patients of working age, including in the late recovery period after ischemic stroke. These programs will lead to the restoration of cognitive and motor functions, the normalization of the psychoemotional state of patients.
Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) Modulates Thyroid Hormones Level and Cognition in the Recovery Stage of Stroke Patients with Cognitive Dysfunction.
Li Hong,Ma Jiang,Zhang Jun,Shi Wan-Ying,Mei Hao-Nan,Xing Yan
Medical science monitor : international medical journal of experimental and clinical research
BACKGROUND This single-center study aimed to investigate the effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) on modulation of thyroid hormone levels and cognition in the recovery stage of patients with cognitive dysfunction following stroke. MATERIAL AND METHODS Seventy post-stroke patients who had cognitive impairment were randomly assigned to either the rTMS group or the control (sham) group. Both groups were administered basic treatment, with the rTMS group receiving rTMS (1 Hz, 90% MT, 1000 pulse/20 min, once a day for 5 days, for a total of 20 times), the stimulation site was the contralateral dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC), and the sham group receiving sham stimulation which had the same stimulation parameters and site, except that the coil plane was placed perpendicular to the surface of the scalp. Cognitive function assessment and thyroid function tests were performed before and after 4 weeks of treatment. RESULTS Serum levels of triiodothyronine (T3), free triiodothyronine (FT3), and thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) showed a positive correlation with Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) scale score of stroke patients in the recovery phase. The post-treatment change in the scores of MoCA and Modified Barthel Index (MBI) and scores of 3 cognitive domains (visuospatial function, memory, and attention), as well as serum T3, FT3, and TSH levels, were improved more significantly in the rTMS group, and T3 and FT3 levels significantly affected the MoCA scores within the reference range. CONCLUSIONS Serum T3, FT3, and TSH levels of stroke patients in the recovery phase were positively correlated with MoCA score. rTMS increased T3, FT3, and TSH levels and also improved MoCA and MBI of patients in the recovery phase of stroke.
[Interactive scalp acupuncture for cognitive dysfunction after stroke: a randomized controlled trial].
Zhang Chun-Xia,Zhang Shao-Hua,Wang Yu-Long,Zhang Chun-Ping,Li Qian-Feng,Pan Wei-Yi,Liang Wei-Rong
Zhongguo zhen jiu = Chinese acupuncture & moxibustion
OBJECTIVE:To compare the efficacy of interactive scalp acupuncture, scalp acupuncture alone and scalp acupuncture plus cognitive training for cognitive dysfunction after stroke. METHODS:A total of 660 patients with cognitive dysfunction after stroke were randomly divided into an interactive scalp acupuncture group (218 cases, 18 cases dropped off), a scalp acupuncture group (220 cases, 20 cases dropped off) and a scalp acupuncture plus cognitive training group (222 cases, 22 cases dropped off). All the patients were treated with routine medication and exercise rehabilitation training. The interactive scalp acupuncture group was treated with scalp acupuncture on the parietal midline, and contralateral anterior parietal temporal oblique line and posterior parietal temporal oblique line at the same time of cognitive training; the scalp acupuncture group was treated with scalp acupuncture alone, and the scalp acupuncture plus cognitive training group was treated with scalp acupuncture and cognitive training in the morning and afternoon respectively. All the treatments were given once a day, 6 times a week for 8 weeks. Montreal cognitive assessment (MoCA) scale score was used to evaluate the cognitive function before treatment, 4 weeks and 8 weeks into treatment. RESULTS:Compared before treatment, the total score of MoCA was increased after 4-week treatment and 8-week treatment in the three groups (<0.01), and the score in the interactive scalp acupuncture group was higher than that in the scalp acupuncture group and the scalp acupuncture plus cognitive training group (<0.05, <0.01). Compared before treatment, each item score of MoCA was increased after 8-week treatment in the three groups (<0.01), and the score in the interactive scalp acupuncture group was higher than that in the scalp acupuncture group and the scalp acupuncture plus cognitive training group (<0.01). Except for the attention, the remaining items scores of MoCA in the scalp acupuncture plus cognitive training group were higher than those in the scalp acupuncture group (<0.01). CONCLUSION:The interactive scalp acupuncture could significantly improve the cognitive function in patients with cognitive dysfunction after stroke, and the efficacy is superior to scalp acupuncture alone and scalp acupuncture plus cognitive training.
The effect of early cognitive training and rehabilitation for patients with cognitive dysfunction in stroke.
Xuefang Liu,Guihua Wang,Fengru Miao
International journal of methods in psychiatric research
OBJECTIVE:This article explores the effects of early cognitive training and rehabilitation for patients with cognitive dysfunction in stroke. METHODS:Stroke patients have cognitive dysfunction, and the incidence of cognitive dysfunction in stroke patients is six to nine times that of patients without stroke. This article selects 118 patients with stroke in our hospital from August 2017 to August 2019, 42 patients with stroke disorders randomly divided into two groups. Both groups of patients received conventional rehabilitation training, and the observation group performed motion observation therapy in virtual reality equipment based on conventional cognitive training. Analysis of time parameters related to rehabilitation training before and after treatment, and evaluation of standard health effects. RESULTS:After 4 weeks of treatment, the cognitive training time parameters of the two groups were compared. The cognitive reaction time was shorter than that before treatment. After treatment, the scores of cognitive training and rehabilitation effects were significantly lower than those before treatment, and the two scores of the observation group were significantly lower than those of the control group. CONCLUSION:Stroke patients receive early cognitive training with the support of computer-assisted technology to obtain good rehabilitation results.