Stresses upon the relatives of head-injured patients.

Abstract

As part of a prospective study of closed head injury, 54 relatives were interviewed within a month of the patient's accident and again six and twelve months later. The degree of stress on the relatives was measured by means of the Wakefield Depression Scale and by interview questions. The worst period of stress for the majority of relatives appeared to be… (More)

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