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To assess a broad range of uni-manual hand functions required for activities of daily living ADLs. These recommendations were developed by a panel of research and clinical experts using a modified Delphi process. Do you see an error or have a suggestion for this instrument summary? Agnew, P. Find it on PubMed. Beebe, J. Find it on Pubmed. Bovend'Eerdt, T. Colyer, R. A prospective evaluation of functional gain. Davis Sears, E. Hackel, M. Kinnucan, E. Smith, B. Case report. Taylor, N.
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Link to Instrument instrument details. Acronym JHFT. Assessment Type Performance Measure. Cost Description A test kit is sold commercially through multiple vendors, which usually includes instructions, all items needed to perform seven subtests, a carrying bag, and pad of 50 blank record forms.
Non-Specific Patient Population. Measures unilateral hand function. Assesses speed, not quality of performance. Number of Items 7. Child 6 - 12 years. Adolescent 13 - 17 years. Adult 18 - 64 years. Body Part Upper Extremity. Assesses hand function with understanding that proximal upper extremity function will influence ability to place and position the hand. Proximal weakness and forearm rotation limitations may influence hand function outcomes. Jebsen is not recommended for use in hand neuroprosthesis outcomes for individuals with C5 tetraplegia.
May not detect changes of intrinsic hand muscles and allows for compensatory trunk and shoulder movement to complete tasks. Bibliography Agnew, P. Find it on PubMed Beebe, J. Find it on Pubmed Bovend'Eerdt, T. Find it on PubMed Colyer, R. Find it on PubMed Hackel, M.
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Jebsen Hand Function Test
Within-Session Practice Effects in the Jebsen Hand Function Test (JHFT)
N Takla 1 , Enas A. Correspondence Address : Mary K. Background The Jebsen—Taylor Hand Function Test JTHFT was established to provide a standardized and objective evaluation of fine and gross motor hand function using simulated activities of daily living. Aim The aims of this study were to establish normative data for hand function using JTHFT and to investigate the effect of age, sex and dominance differences on hand function in healthy Egyptian individuals. Participants and methods One shot cross-sectional descriptive design was used. One hundred and fifty normal Egyptians were equally stratified into three age groups: 20—29, 30—39, and 40— JTHFT subtests were introduced to all participants, which included writing, turning over 3 by 5-inch cards, picking up small common objects, simulated feeding, stacking checkers, picking up large objects, and picking up a large heavy object.
Jebsen–Taylor Hand Function Test
An 8-item Australian version was developed by Agnew and Maas Items: The JHFT consists of 7 items that measure: a fine motor skills; b weighted functional tasks; and c non-weighted functional tasks Jebsen et al. Administration guidelines specify that testing begin with the non-dominant hand Jebsen et al. Further details about the administration procedures of the JHFT can be found in the original article by Jebsen et al.
Jebsen Hand Function Test (JHFT)
Toll-Free U. From high-quality clinical care and groundbreaking research to community programs that improve quality of life, philanthropic support drives our mission and vision. To assess a broad range of uni-manual hand functions required for activities of daily living ADLs. These recommendations were developed by a panel of research and clinical experts using a modified Delphi process.