Cambios motrices en niños de 0 a 6 años con EMOC espástica que participan en un programa de equinoterapia

"El estudio planteado pretende profundizar sobre los cambios motrices en los niños de 0 a 6 años con EMOC espástica, que participan en el programa de equinoterapia en la sede de carabineros en el parque nacional de Bogotá durante el 2002. Con este fin, en el marco teórico se retomarán de forma...

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Autores Principales: Escalante Molano, José Ventura, Pedraza Fernández, Jazmín Lucero, Martínez Sarmiento, Mayda Lucía
Otros Autores: Jurado, Gloria
Formato: Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Fisioterapia 2003
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Acceso en línea:https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/21199
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institution EdocUR - Universidad del Rosario
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language Español (Spanish)
topic EMOC
Parálisis cerebral
Equinoterapia
Farmacología & terapéutica
Espasticidad
Parálisis cerebral
Rehabilitación
spellingShingle EMOC
Parálisis cerebral
Equinoterapia
Farmacología & terapéutica
Espasticidad
Parálisis cerebral
Rehabilitación
Escalante Molano, José Ventura
Pedraza Fernández, Jazmín Lucero
Martínez Sarmiento, Mayda Lucía
Cambios motrices en niños de 0 a 6 años con EMOC espástica que participan en un programa de equinoterapia
description "El estudio planteado pretende profundizar sobre los cambios motrices en los niños de 0 a 6 años con EMOC espástica, que participan en el programa de equinoterapia en la sede de carabineros en el parque nacional de Bogotá durante el 2002. Con este fin, en el marco teórico se retomarán de forma breve temas relacionados no solo con el desarrollo motor normal de los niños, como control motor y plasticidad cerebral, sino los que están relacionados directamente con la patología y el tratamiento utilizados en el estudio, como EMOC y equinoterapia. Además, en el presente documento se han organizado varios capítulos dentro de los que se aclara el planteamiento del problema y los objetivos que se pretenden lograr con el estudio; se incluye un mapa y marco conceptual, los cuales proporcionan una explicación sencilla sobre los temas y términos que se utilizan dentro de éste para unificar criterios con el lector, y finalmente en el marco metodológico se describe la manera en que fue realizada la investigación, seguido de la presentación y análisis de los datos, junto con la discusión respectiva y las conclusiones.
author2 Jurado, Gloria
author_facet Jurado, Gloria
Escalante Molano, José Ventura
Pedraza Fernández, Jazmín Lucero
Martínez Sarmiento, Mayda Lucía
format Trabajo de grado (Bachelor Thesis)
author Escalante Molano, José Ventura
Pedraza Fernández, Jazmín Lucero
Martínez Sarmiento, Mayda Lucía
author_sort Escalante Molano, José Ventura
title Cambios motrices en niños de 0 a 6 años con EMOC espástica que participan en un programa de equinoterapia
title_short Cambios motrices en niños de 0 a 6 años con EMOC espástica que participan en un programa de equinoterapia
title_full Cambios motrices en niños de 0 a 6 años con EMOC espástica que participan en un programa de equinoterapia
title_fullStr Cambios motrices en niños de 0 a 6 años con EMOC espástica que participan en un programa de equinoterapia
title_full_unstemmed Cambios motrices en niños de 0 a 6 años con EMOC espástica que participan en un programa de equinoterapia
title_sort cambios motrices en niños de 0 a 6 años con emoc espástica que participan en un programa de equinoterapia
publisher Fisioterapia
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spelling ir-10336-211992020-05-14T01:32:59Z Cambios motrices en niños de 0 a 6 años con EMOC espástica que participan en un programa de equinoterapia Escalante Molano, José Ventura Pedraza Fernández, Jazmín Lucero Martínez Sarmiento, Mayda Lucía Jurado, Gloria Garcia Sanchez, Lilia Virginia Jurado, Gloria EMOC Parálisis cerebral Equinoterapia Farmacología & terapéutica Espasticidad Parálisis cerebral Rehabilitación "El estudio planteado pretende profundizar sobre los cambios motrices en los niños de 0 a 6 años con EMOC espástica, que participan en el programa de equinoterapia en la sede de carabineros en el parque nacional de Bogotá durante el 2002. Con este fin, en el marco teórico se retomarán de forma breve temas relacionados no solo con el desarrollo motor normal de los niños, como control motor y plasticidad cerebral, sino los que están relacionados directamente con la patología y el tratamiento utilizados en el estudio, como EMOC y equinoterapia. Además, en el presente documento se han organizado varios capítulos dentro de los que se aclara el planteamiento del problema y los objetivos que se pretenden lograr con el estudio; se incluye un mapa y marco conceptual, los cuales proporcionan una explicación sencilla sobre los temas y términos que se utilizan dentro de éste para unificar criterios con el lector, y finalmente en el marco metodológico se describe la manera en que fue realizada la investigación, seguido de la presentación y análisis de los datos, junto con la discusión respectiva y las conclusiones. 2003 2020-03-27T13:39:45Z info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis info:eu-repo/semantics/acceptedVersion https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/21199 spa info:eu-repo/semantics/closedAccess application/pdf Fisioterapia Escuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud reponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR instname:Universidad del Rosario ALL, A.C. et. al. 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