Validity, responsiveness, and clinically important difference of the ABILHAND questionnaire in patients with stroke.

@article{Wang2011ValidityRA,
  title={Validity, responsiveness, and clinically important difference of the ABILHAND questionnaire in patients with stroke.},
  author={Tien-Ni Wang and Keh-chung Lin and Ching-yi Wu and Chia-Ying Chung and Yu-cheng Pei and Yu-kuei Teng},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  year={2011},
  volume={92 7},
  pages={1086-91}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate the criterion-related validity, responsiveness, and clinically important differences of the ABILHAND questionnaire in patients with stroke. DESIGN Validation and clinimetric study. SETTING Three medical centers. PARTICIPANTS Patients with stroke (N=51). INTERVENTIONS A total of 51 patients with stroke received 1 of 3 upper extremity rehabilitation programs for 4 weeks. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES The ABILHAND and the criterion measures, including the Stroke Impact… CONTINUE READING
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