11 Management and economics EUROPEAN REGISTERS OF STROKE ( EROS ) PROJECT : DEVELOPING MEASURES TO ESTIMATE QUALITY OF STROKE CARE ACROSS EUROPE

@inproceedings{Nedelmann200911MA,
  title={11 Management and economics EUROPEAN REGISTERS OF STROKE ( EROS ) PROJECT : DEVELOPING MEASURES TO ESTIMATE QUALITY OF STROKE CARE ACROSS EUROPE},
  author={Max Nedelmann and Birgit Haertle and Martin Eicke and P. Wester and Bo Norrving and K. Stibrandt Sunnerhagen and Helena Br{\"a}ndstr{\"o}m and G. Zetterstr{\"o}m and Lena Weilandt and K. Asplund and T. Eril{\"a} and Matti Hillbom and Merja Juntunen and Miika Linna and Riikka Marttila and Aimo Rissanen and Juhani Sivenius},
  year={2009}
}
Background: According to the modern concept “task-specific rehabilitation”, complex training of gait cycles is more preferable than training of separate muscles to walking restoration. However in severe disabilited patients in the acute stroke period it often cannot be achieved only by traditional physiotherapy exercises. Purpose: To assess the efficiency… CONTINUE READING