Patient-reported outcome measures for patients with cerebral aneurysms acquired via social media: data from a large nationwide sample.

@article{Chen2016PatientreportedOM,
  title={Patient-reported outcome measures for patients with cerebral aneurysms acquired via social media: data from a large nationwide sample.},
  author={Michael Chun-Yuan Chen and Erwin Zeta Mangubat and Bichun Ouyang},
  journal={Journal of neurointerventional surgery},
  year={2016},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={42-6}
}
BACKGROUND With greater survival rates, patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) among survivors of ruptured cerebral aneurysm should be an increasing concern among neurointerventionalists. Prior studies were limited in scale and generalizability. Our study aims were to (1) evaluate the validity of cerebral aneurysm PROMs obtained from social media; (2) determine the persistence of PROMs over time; and (3) determine what PROMs still exist in those with no physical impairments. METHODS By… CONTINUE READING
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