Patient preferences for stroke outcomes.

@article{Solomon1994PatientPF,
  title={Patient preferences for stroke outcomes.},
  author={Nathan A Solomon and Henry A. Glick and Christopher J Russo and Joseph S. Lee and Kevin A. Schulman},
  journal={Stroke},
  year={1994},
  volume={25 9},
  pages={1721-5}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE In clinical trials stroke is reported as a major morbid outcome, but the impact of stroke on patients is not directly assessed. This study examines patient preferences for different outcomes of stroke, including death. METHODS We presented patients with written case scenarios of stroke outcomes. The scenarios represented four categories of stroke severity (mild, moderate, severe, and fatal), and for nonfatal strokes the scenarios described motor, language, and cognitive… CONTINUE READING

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