GMFCS

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GMFCSGross Motor Function Classification System
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7) 30 SEC V 2(100) 0 2 GMD = gross motor dysfunction; SEC = socioeconomic class; GMFCS = gross motor function classification system.
Grube motoricke funkcije procenjene su na osnovu istoimenog klasifikacionog sistema Gross Motor Function Classification System, a manuelne sposobnosti na osnovu Manual Ability Classification System.
Abbreviations CP - cerebral palsy GMFCS - Gross Motor Function Classification System MACS - Manual Ability Classification System SCPE - Surveillance of Cerebral Palsy in Europe
classification of gross motor function is based on the Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS) as follows: level I and II indicate ability to walk unaided, level III pertains to walking with hand-held support or assistance, while individuals classified at level IV and V are unable to walk [3-5].
In the examined sample, two thirds of the children with cerebral palsy were capable of walking, either independently or with assistance (corresponding to Gross Motor Function Classification System - levels I-III), while the remaining third of the examined children were immobile (and were thus classified at Gross Motor Function Classification System--levels IV or V).
The gross motor function classification system is a classification system which is used in determining the functional level in children with CP which ranges between level 1 and level 5.
Difference in BMI values according to gross motor function classification system BMI Mild Moderate Severe (GMFCS 1, 2) (GMFCS 3) (GMFCS 4,5) (n=83) n (%) (n=52) (%) (n=143) n (%) Normal weight 11 (39.
The CP subjects were classified into three groups, level 1, level 2, and level 3 according to the Gross Motor Function Classification System (5) (Table 1).
Table 1 Gross Motor Function Classification System (5) Level 1 Walks without restriction; limitations in more advanced gross motor skills.
Relationship among the Manual Ability Classification System (MACS), the Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS), and the functional status (WeeFIM) in children with spastic cerebral palsy.
Distribution of patients according to manual ability classification system (MACS), bimanual fine motor function (BFMF) and gross motor function classification system (GMFCS).
25], in their study, undertook to determine the severity of depression in mothers of children with cerebral palsy compared with mothers of healthy children, and the dependence upon the form of the disease and the severity of the disability using the Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS).