Daniel Moalli

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In 49 patients (98 hands), referred to an electrodiagnostic laboratory, assessments were made by conventional nerve conduction studies on the upper extremity and by two more portable modalities, namely electroneurometry (skin surface electrical stimulation of the motor nerve) and single-frequency (120 Hz) vibrometry. Tests were performed on median and ulnar(More)
OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to develop a geographically localized, multi-institution strategy for improving enrolment in a trial of secondary stroke prevention. METHODS We invited 11 Connecticut hospitals to participate in a project named the Local Identification and Outreach Network (LION). Each hospital provided the names of patients with stroke or TIA,(More)
A simple-to-administer test for dysphagia was developed at our institution. The test can be administered rapidly and easily in the Emergency Department (ED) by a nurse or other qualified medical person, making formal consultation with a speech pathologist for rapid determination of dysphagia unnecessary. Our study shows that the use of the test does not(More)
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