The severity of cognitive deficits predicts return to work after a first-ever ischaemic stroke.


BACKGROUND The inability of stroke patients to return to work contributes disproportionately to the socioeconomic impact of stroke and is best predicted by the severity of stroke. However, the role of cognitive deficits in stroke severity has not been scrutinised. We studied whether the initial cognitive severity of stroke, compared with other influential… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/jnnp-2012-302629


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