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OBJECTIVE To assess efficacy and safety of two dilutions of botulinum neurotoxin type A NT 201 (Xeomin®) in patients with upper limb spasticity of diverse etiology. METHODS Changes in functional disability and muscle tone from baseline to week 4 after NT 201 treatment. RESULTS One hundred ninety-two patients with stroke, brain injury, multiple(More)
The epidemiologic concept of the adjusted attributable risk is a useful approach to quantitatively describe the importance of risk factors on the population level. It measures the proportional reduction in disease probability when a risk factor is eliminated from the population, accounting for effects of confounding and effect-modification by nuisance(More)
OBJECTIVE To clarify the properties of different approaches to estimate the contribution of single-risk factors to the disease load in a population. STUDY DESIGN AND SETTING Three methods of partitioning attributable risks are reviewed and two additional procedures as modifications of the existing algorithms are introduced. Basis properties of the(More)
The objective of this study was to quantify overall patient satisfaction, through the identification of the particular aspects of patient satisfaction that were most likely to cause patients to recommend the rehabilitation hospital to others. The research entailed analysing secondary data from a quality improvement programme for medical rehabilitation,(More)
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