Predicting Caregiver Assistance Required for Sit‐to‐Stand Following Rehabilitation for Acute Stroke

@article{Perry2006PredictingCA,
  title={Predicting Caregiver Assistance Required for Sit‐to‐Stand Following Rehabilitation for Acute Stroke},
  author={S. Perry and G. Marchetti and Suzanne Wagner and W. Wilton},
  journal={Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy},
  year={2006},
  volume={30},
  pages={2–11}
}
Objective/Methods The objective of this case series was to determine the relationship between impairments identified at hospital admission and a reduced need for sit-to-stand (STS) assistance during an inpatient rehabilitation hospital stay. Fifty-five inpatients with a diagnosis of acute stroke were retrospectively studied. Demographic information and the following admission and discharge measures were collected from a chart review: bilateral dorsiflexion PROM, strength of the unaffected leg… Expand
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