Stroke Rehabilitation – Discharge Predictors

@inproceedings{Lfgren1997StrokeR,
  title={Stroke Rehabilitation – Discharge Predictors},
  author={Britta L{\"o}fgren and Lars Nyberg and Per-Olov {\"O}sterlind and Mai Mattsson and Yngve Gustafson},
  year={1997}
}
  • Britta Löfgren, Lars Nyberg, +2 authors Yngve Gustafson
  • Published 1997
  • Medicine
  • One hundred stroke patients recovered from the acute phase and undergoing geriatric hospital rehabilitation were included in a study aimed at finding factors predicting discharge disposition. Background characteristics, functional status at admission and at discharge, complications during hospital stay, length of stay, and discharge disposition were recorded. The patients were the most severely affected third of the patients acutely admitted to hospital and surviving the acute phase of stroke… CONTINUE READING

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