THE EFFECT OF RANGE OF MOTION CYLINDRICAL GRIP EXERCISE ON INCREASING MUSCLE STRENGTH IN STROKE PATIENTS IN AL-KAUTSAR WARD OF PKU MUHAMMADIYAH HOSPITAL GAMPING
Stroke as part of vascular cardiovascular disease is classified as a catastrophic disease because it has a broad impact economically and socially. The impact caused by stroke, in the form of hemiparase (weakness) and hemiplegia (paralysis) is one form of motor deficit. Objective: Providing education on range of motion cylindrical grip exercises to increase knowledge and healing skills of stroke patients. Method: The method used in writing is a case report conducted for 3 days with 3 sessions providing education with passive range of motion cylindrical grip for stroke patients. Results: From a case study that has been carried out passive intervention with 10 minutes at every shift in a day. There is an increase in muscle strength that experiences weakness in the extremity section. Conclusion: Passive range of motion cylindrical grip intervention can increase muscle strength in stroke patients if done routinely.