Acute neurorehabilitation versus treatment as usual.

Abstract

Several clinical and government reviews have recommended specialised rehabilitation services for those recovering from neurological insult or neurosurgical intervention. Despite this, provision of 'rapid access'/acute neurorehabilitation units is extremely limited in the UK. In some areas, millions of people have no access to such facilities. Numerous… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/02688697.2012.714818

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@article{Thompson2013AcuteNV, title={Acute neurorehabilitation versus treatment as usual.}, author={James N. Thompson and Jaydip Majumdar and Russell Sheldrick and Fayez Morcos}, journal={British journal of neurosurgery}, year={2013}, volume={27 1}, pages={24-9} }