Posts Tagged NARIC

[BLOG POST] What are home modification and visitability?

According to the National Resource Center on Supportive Housing and Home Modificationhome modification “includes major or minor adaptations to the interior or exterior home environments that make it possible for the person living in the home to carry out daily activities more safely and independently.” Examples of home modifications include building a ramp, replacing doorknobs with pull handles, and widening doorways and lowering countertops and light switch heights for people who use wheelchairs for mobility. The National Council on Independent Living defines visitability as designing a single-family or owner-occupied housing in such a way that it can be lived in or visited by people with disabilities. A home is visitable when it meets three basic requirements: one entrance with no steps, doors are 32 inches wide and have a clear passage space, and one bathroom on the main floor that can be accessed by people who use wheelchairs.

Are you looking thinking of modifying your home for yourself or so that it is visitable by a loved one with disabilities? Read NARIC’s FAQ on information and resources for home modificationContact NARIC’s information specialists if you are looking for research, resources, and information on home modification and visitability.

 

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[WEB SITE] Our Newest Acquisitions – National Rehabilitation Information Center

If you’re not already a subscriber, learn how you can join the FREE REHABDATA-Connection monthly literature awareness service.

The list below highlights 342 document abstracts added within the last 30 days.   Click the new link to read the latest additions for a given topic.   Some abstracts are related to several topics.

These keyword searches were developed specifically for REHABDATA Connection.   They are not a fool-proof method for topic searches, but will give a comprehensive listing of the latest abstract.   You can learn about how these search strategies were created by visiting the Search Strategies document.

Records are organized by when they were added to the database, not their publication date.

Autoimmune disorders 3 new
Blindness/visual impairments 7 new
Brain injuries 32 new
Deafness/hearing impairments 19 new
Developmental disabilities 68 new
Neurological/neuromuscular disorders 68 new
Poliomyelitis
Psychological disabilities 32 new
Spinal cord injury 19 new
Stroke 28 new
ADA 11 new
Advocacy/self help 14 new
Aging 30 new
Any legislation/policy 175 new
Assistive technology/devices 43 new
Attitudes/feelings 15 new
Burn injury 39 new
Caregiving 12 new
Case administration and management/counseling 19 new
Children/youth/infants 78 new
Disability Studies 3 new
Education/school 112 new
Emergency Preparedness
Employment/transition to work 109 new
Evaluation/needs assessment/tests 147 new
Family issues 49 new
Home modification 1 new
Independent living/community integration 99 new
Information resources 50 new
International rehabilitation 22 new
Knowledge translation 1 new
Learning disabilities 2 new
Medical or rehabilitation facilities 38 new
Medical rehabilitation/rehabilitation medicine 56 new
Mental health/self concept 22 new
Mobility issues 46 new
Money I: Organizations 21 new
Money II: Consumers 17 new
Organization management/project administration 48 new
Participatory action research 1 new
Physical/Occupational/Speech Therapy 37 new
Recreation/leisure/sports 45 new
Rehabilitation success/outcome 23 new
Research methodology 27 new
Research utilization 5 new
Self care/daily living 30 new
Service delivery/rehabilitation services 58 new
Special populations: ethnic groups/rural services 9 new
Statistics/demographics/epidemiology 47 new
Surveys/questionnaires 30 new
Transportation/travel 14 new
Universal design 5 new
All NIDILRR documents (by funded and defunded projects) 205 new
Fellowships (H133F) 3 new
Field-Initiated Projects (H133G) 1 new
Model Spinal Cord Injury Systems (H133N) 4 new
NIDILRR Contracts (HN)
Rehabilitation Engineering Research Centers (H133E) 9 new
Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers (H133B) 38 new
Research and Demonstration Projects (H133A) 76 new
Research Training Grants (H133P) 14 new
Small Business Innovative Research (RW) 1 new
State Technology Assistance (H224A)
Utilization Projects/ADA projects (H133D) 9 new

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[BLOG POST] Occupational Therapy Month: The Role of OT – NARIC

April is Occupational Therapy Month.  Occupational therapy (OT) is a client-centered health profession that helps people across the lifespan to do the things they want and need to do through therapeutic use of daily activities (occupations).  Occupational therapists use a holistic approach that focuses on the individual and work together with their clients to enhance their ability to engage in the occupations they want, need, or are expected to do. Occupational therapists enable people of all ages to live life to its fullest by helping them promote health, and prevent—or live better with—injury, illness, or disability.

Occupational therapy helps people function in all of their environments (e.g., home, work, school, community) and addresses the physical, psychological, and cognitive aspects of their well-being through engagement in occupation.  Occupational therapists may be employed in a number of roles, including but not limited to, practitioner, academic, manager, advocate, consultant, and researcher.  OT services typically include:

  • An individualized evaluation, during which the client/family and occupational therapist determine the person’s goals,
  • customized intervention to improve the person’s ability to perform daily activities and reach the goals, and
  • an outcomes evaluation to ensure that the goals are being met and/or make changes to the intervention plan.

Additionally, OT services may include comprehensive evaluations of the client’s home and other environments (e.g., workplace, school), recommendations for modifications to these environments or for adaptive equipment and training in its use, and guidance and education for family members and caregivers.  The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) website offers a wide variety of resources on OT for children and youthadults, and caregivers as well as professionals. AOTA offers fact sheets on a variety of conditions related to rehabilitation and disability including the role of occupational therapists in reintegration into the community, chronic disease management, and community mobility and driving, among other topics.

Occupational therapists undergo extensive undergraduate, graduate, and/or doctorial accredited educational programs; as well as entry-level mentored practice.  After completion of a qualified accredited program an individual may sit for the national certification exam administered by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy.  More information on job and career resources including qualifications for becoming an occupational therapist is available on the AOTA website.

 

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[Database] Documents in the REHABDATA database added last month (December 2018)

REHABDATA-Connection, from the National Rehabilitation Information Center, includes new documents in the REHABDATA database added last month. Below are abstracts related to the topics I have selected. To browse all new acquisitions, visit https://www.naric.com/?q=en/NewAcquisitions.

Search with Ctrl-F and Keyword

Search Strategy: Advocacy/self help

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Cómo expresarse y ser escuchado: la autodefensa
Project(s): H133B090018
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Fact sheet offers tips to help young adults with serious mental health conditions speak up for themselves. It addresses when and how to use self-advocacy at work or school, at home, in the community, … For more see O21486 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Parents! Does your autism spectrum child’s school provide peer support . . . From spectrum grownups?
Exceptional Parent (EP), 48(4), 21-24 4 pages
Author(s): Carley, Michael J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article discusses the challenges and benefits of implementing school-based peer support for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) run by adults with ASD. … For more see J79908

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Empleo con apoyo adaptado para adultos jóvenes con pares mentores: estudio de viabilidad
Transitions RTC Hoja de consejo 3 1 pages
Project(s): H133B090018
Year: 2012
Abstract [truncated]: This brief describes a study examining the feasibility of modifying the individual placement and support (IPS) model of supported employment to target the needs of youth and young adults with serious … For more see O21484 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Interlace Between Gender, Sexuality and Disability: a History ofWomen’s Break with the Past and Empowerment
Author(s): Taísa Caldas DANTAS; Jackeline Susann Souza SILVA; Maria Eulina Pessoa de CARVALHO
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The objective of this paper is to analyze the process of empowerment and the exercise of self-advocacy in the lives of people with disabilities as conditions that influence the recognition of gender identity … For more see I244799

Search Strategy: Assistive technology/devices

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Opinion of Education and Health Professionals on the Use of Orthostatic Boards for Students with Cerebral Palsy
Author(s): Marcelo Grandini SPILLER; Lígia Maria Presumido BRACCIALLI
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of using an orthostatic board for a student with cerebral palsy, by means of gathering the opinions of health and education professionals. Among … For more see I244802

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Effects of video scene display technology on the symbolic communicative turns taken by preschoolers with ASD during a shared activity
Project(s): H133E140026
Author(s): Chapin, Shelley E.; McNaughton, David; Light, Janice; McCoy, Ashley; Caron, Jessica
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the impact of video visual scene displays (VSDs) on symbolic communicative turns taken by three preschoolers with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and complex communication needs (CCN) … For more see O21460

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AAC mobile apps for children with autism
Project(s): GS00F0083N
Author Institution: AbleData
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This guide provides a few examples of picture- and/or text-based augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) mobile apps designed to help children with autism spectrum disorders to communicate more … For more see O21461 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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A national data summary of state assistive technology program: Fiscal year 2017
AT Act Data Brief, 10() 14 pages
Author(s): Domin, Daria; Golden, Diane
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This brief gives an overview of state assistive technology (AT) programs across the country that provide device demonstrations, device loans, device reutilization, training, technical assistance, public … For more see O21465

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AT for sewing
Project(s): GS00F0083N
Author Institution: AbleData
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This guide describes the sewing process step by step and highlights some of the different types of adaptive sewing devices and machines that are available .There are assistive technologies (AT) that may … For more see O21468 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Q & A on customized employment: Parent questions answered!
Project(s): 90DP0085
Author(s): Inge, Katherine
Author Institution: Virginia Commonwealth University, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Employment of Individuals with Physical Disabilities
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Fact sheet answers questions frequently asked by parents and guardians as they begin to think about their child with a disability going to work. It explains how customized employment may help the son/daughter … For more see O21469 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Instituciones de educación postsecundaria y estudiantes con discapacidades
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110027
Author(s): Powers, George
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This document explains the legal obligations that postsecondary institutions have toward students with disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, … For more see O21525 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Padres y madres con discapacidades en agencias de bienestar de menores y tribunales
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110024
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet provides information regarding the rights and responsibilities of parents with disabilities who are involved with the child welfare agencies and the court system. It presents answers to … For more see O21526 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Efficacy of a micro-prompting technology in reducing support needed by people with severe acquired brain injjury in activities of daily living
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E33-E41 9 pages
Author(s): O’Neill, Brian; Best, Catherine; O’Neill, Lauren; Ramos, Sara D. S.; Gillespie, Alex
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of an automated interactive prompting technology in supporting the morning routine of people with acquired brain injury (ABI). The morning routine included maintaining … For more see J79998

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Resumen de las normas de diseño accesible de la ADA de 2010
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110017
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet presents a brief history of the development and adoption of the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards for Accessible Design. It describes compliance dates and the safe harbor … For more see O21495

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Estacionamiento accesible
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110015 , H133A110017
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Fact sheet discusses revisions to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations as they relate to accessible parking spaces provided by entities covered under Title II (state and local governments) … For more see O21496

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Regulaciones revisadas de Título II y Título III: Resumen de regulaciones revisadas
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110017
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The Department of Justice revised its regulations implementing Title II and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which apply to public/state and local government entities and private … For more see O21508 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Cómo ajustar puertas para proveer acceso
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110015
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Fact sheet describes how to make sure doors are accessible to all. Doors present some of the most common accessibility issues. They may be too “heavy” and require too much force to open. Heavy doors are … For more see O21517 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Servicios de comida: cómo ajustarlos a comensales con discapacidades
Project(s): H133A110017
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet provides information to ensure that food service options offered by restaurants, hotels, convention centers, banquet facilities, and other businesses are accessible to everyone, including … For more see O21519 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Development of a 3D, networked multi-user virtual reality environment for home therapy after stroke
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 15(88) 13 pages
Project(s): H133E070013
Author(s): Triandafilou, Kristen M.; Tsoupikova, Daria; Barry, Alexander J.; Thielbar, Kelly N.; Stoykov, Nikolay; Kamper, Derek G.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the development and testing of a three-dimensional (3D) virtual-reality environment (VRE) for home-based therapy in which multiple, remote users can interact in real time. Within this … For more see J79960

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Objective measures of sleep and wakefulness in patients with moderate to severe brain injury on an inpatient rehabilitation unit. Pearls and pitfalls of actigraph monitoring
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 277-285 9 pages
Author(s): Makley, Michael J.; Monden, Kimberley R.; Philippus, Angela; Tarwater, Patrick M.; Newman, Jody; Biggs, Jennifer; Spier, Eric; Weintraub, Alan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the best method for scoring actigraphs in patients with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) and determined the benefits and pitfalls of using actigraphs with patients on a brain … For more see J79966

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Systematic review of interventions involving aided AAC modeling for children with complex communication needs
American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities – AJIDD (formerly American Joournal on Mental Retardation), 123(5), 443-473 31 pages
Author(s): Biggs, Elizabeth E.; Carter, Erik W.; Gilson, Carly B.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review examined experimental studies involving aided augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) modeling to promote the expressive communication of children and youth (birth to age … For more see J79979

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Telehealth and children with disabilities
Exceptional Parent (EP), 48(2), 12-14 3 pages
Author(s): Waldman, H. Barry; Levine, Lisa B.; Schwartz, Andrew G.; Rader, Rick; Perlman, Steven P.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article discusses the benefits of using telehealth for children with disabilities. Telehealth is the provision of health care remotely by a means of a variety of telecommunication tools, including telephones, … For more see J79898

Search Strategy: Attitudes/feelings

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Career-focused mentoring for youth: The what, why, and how
Year: 2007
Abstract [truncated]: This publication offers an overview of career-focused mentoring and its impact on youth, including youth with disabilities, in the transition phase to adulthood. Mentoring is recognized as one of the … For more see O21463

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Working in the community – update 3: The status and outcomes of people with IDD in integrated employment
National Core Indicators Data Brief 12 pages
Project(s): H133B140026
Author(s): Hiersteiner, Dorothy; Butterworth, John
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: National Core Indicators™ (NCI) data provide an important window on the employment and outcomes that may be related to employment (such as friendships, choice-making, etc.) of people with intellectual … For more see O21475 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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¿Le digo a mi jefe?: Cómo dar a conocer mi condición de enfermedad mental en el trabajo
Información sobre el Trabajo Hoja de Consejo 7 4 pages
Project(s): H133B090018
Author(s): Costa, A.; Smith, L. M.
Year: 2012
Abstract [truncated]: Fact sheet provides guidance to help young adults with a mental health condition decide whether or not to tell others about, or disclose, their condition at work. Things to consider regarding if, when, … For more see O21489 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Consejos rápidos sobre la ADA – incentivos fiscales
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110017
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Fact sheet discusses tax incentives that are available to business that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Three tax incentives are described that support businesses as they remove … For more see O21502

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Acceso a restaurantes
Project(s): H133A060085
Year: 2005
Abstract [truncated]: This brochure provides information to help restaurants better serve customers with disabilities. It includes information of accessibility requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act, disability … For more see O21530

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Acceso a hotels
Project(s): H133A060085
Year: 2005
Abstract [truncated]: This brochure provides information to help hotels better serve customers with disabilities. It includes information of accessibility requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act, disability etiquette … For more see O21531

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Will your child with a disability grow up and become invisible? Comments from the real world
Exceptional Parent (EP), 48(4), 12-14 3 pages
Author(s): Waldman, H. Barry; Perlman, Steven P.; Schwartz, Andrew G.; Cooke, Matthew
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article examines the range of society’s perceptions of and attitudes toward people with disabilities using comments from people with disabilities. Among individuals of all ages with disabilities, more … For more see J79907

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Parent engagement in the transition from school to adult life through culturally sustaining practices: A scoping review
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 56(5), 307-320 14 pages
Author(s): Wilt, Courtney L.; Morningstar, Mary E.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This review of research from peer-reviewed journals examined whether culturally responsive practices are utilized with culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) families during transition planning. … For more see J79982

Search Strategy: Blindness/visual impairments

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AT for sewing
Project(s): GS00F0083N
Author Institution: AbleData
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This guide describes the sewing process step by step and highlights some of the different types of adaptive sewing devices and machines that are available .There are assistive technologies (AT) that may … For more see O21468 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Corticosteroid injections into lumbar facet joints: A prospective, randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(10), 741-746 6 pages
Author(s): Kennedy, David J.; Huynh, Lisa; Wong, Joe; Mattie, Ryan; Levin, Josh; Smuck, Matthew; Schneider, Byron J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether intra-articular injection of a corticosteroid into lumbar zygapophysial joints (z-joints) is effective in reducing pain and the need for radiofrequency neurotomy (RFN) due to … For more see J79919

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The efficiency of a multicomponent training for prospective memory among healthy older adults: A single-blind, randomized controlled within-participants cross-over trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(9), 628-635 8 pages
Author(s): Farzin, Azin; Ibrahim, Rahimah; Madon, Zainal; Basri, Hamidon
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the efficiency of a preventative multicomponent prospective memory training among healthy older adults. Twenty-five healthy older adults were randomly allocated into one of two conditions: … For more see J79924

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Reports by Blind Musicians: Supporting the Teaching of Music for Students with Visual Impairments
Author(s): Leonardo Augusto Cardoso de OLIVEIRA; Lucia Helena Reily
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This qualitative study aimed to understand significant issues regarding access to music learning faced by blind musicians. Using semi-structured interviews, the researchers sought to learn about blind … For more see I244807

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Characterization of Motor Actions in Children with Low Vision During the Act of Play: Cubes with and Without Luminous or High Contrast Stimulation
Author(s): Beatriz Dittrich SCHMITT; Karina PEREIRA
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this study was to identify and describe the motor actions of children with low vision and normal vision during the act of playing with cubes with and without luminous or high contrast stimulation. … For more see I244789

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Daily Living Activities in Full-Time Schools: Students with Visual Impairment– Educational Perspectives
Author(s): Maria Terêsa Rocha TRIÑANES; Sônia Maria Chadi de Paula ARRUDA
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This study explored the perspectives of teachers and students with visual impairments (VI) at the Full-time School (ETI) in the State of São Paulo, Brazil regarding activities of daily living (ADL) within … For more see I244791

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Possibilities of Peer Tutoring for Students with Visual Impairment in Technical and Higher Education
Author(s): Woquiton Lima FERNANDES; Carolina Severino Lopes da COSTA
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: The objective of this study was to analyze and describe the perception of students with visual disabilities and without disabilities (tutors) regarding activities carried out as mentoring pairs. The study … For more see I244803

Search Strategy: Brain injuries

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Decompressive Craniectomy: Early Rehabilitation Outcome Six Months After Severe Brain Injury
Author(s): Marcela Lippert-Gruener; Christoph Wedekind
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact on patients’ outcome of decompressive craniectomy with duraplasty in the case of increased intracranial pressure following severe traumatic brain … For more see I244792

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Las lesiones cerebrales traumáticas: Parte 1
Project(s): 90DP0082 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Jacob, Ayla
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about some common rehabilitation therapies that may help while still in the hospital after traumatic brain injury. Patients may have physical, occupational, … For more see O21490 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Las lesiones cerebrales traumáticas: Parte 2
Project(s): 90DP0082 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Jacob, Ayla; Lasky, David
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides basic information about the brain and traumatic brain injury (TBI) and offers tips about adjusting to home life after TBI. This document is also available in English … For more see O21491 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Las lesiones cerebrales traumáticas: Parte 3
Project(s): 90DP0082 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Jacob, Ayla; Lasky, David
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet describes recovery and healing over time and provides some strategies for managing trauamtic brain injury. This document is also available in English (see accession number O21382). … For more see O21492 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Development of a 3D, networked multi-user virtual reality environment for home therapy after stroke
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 15(88) 13 pages
Project(s): H133E070013
Author(s): Triandafilou, Kristen M.; Tsoupikova, Daria; Barry, Alexander J.; Thielbar, Kelly N.; Stoykov, Nikolay; Kamper, Derek G.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the development and testing of a three-dimensional (3D) virtual-reality environment (VRE) for home-based therapy in which multiple, remote users can interact in real time. Within this … For more see J79960

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Health status, difficulties, and desired health information and services for veterans with traumatic brain injuries and their caregivers: A qualitative investigation
PloS ONE, 13(9), e0203804 19 pages
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Koehmstedt, Christine; Lydick, Susan E.; Patel, Drasti; Cai, Xinsheng; Garfinkel, Steven; Weinstein, Ali A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the perceived usefulness and availability of services and health information resources for veterans with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and their caregivers. Twenty-two individuals (12 … For more see J79962

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Disorders of consciousness due to traumatic brain injury: Functional status ten years post-injury
Journal of Neurotrauma 11 pages
Project(s): 90DPTB0002 , 90DPTB0011 , H133A120020 , H133A120035 , H133A120085 , H133A130047 , H133N110010
Author(s): Hammond, Flora M.; Giacino, Joseph T.; Nakase-Richardson, Risa; Sherer, Mark; Zafonte, Ross D.; Whyte, John; Arciniegas, David B.; Tang, Xinyu
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined functional status during the first 10 years after traumatic brain injury (TBI) among individuals with disorders of consciousness (i.e., coma, vegetative state, minimally conscious state). … For more see J79963

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Sleep and sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury: An introduction
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(3), 255-256 2 pages
Author(s): Ripley, David L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This editorial introduces a special journal issue on sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury (TBI). The included articles address: the effects of TBI on patterns of sleep function and the approach … For more see J79965

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Objective measures of sleep and wakefulness in patients with moderate to severe brain injury on an inpatient rehabilitation unit. Pearls and pitfalls of actigraph monitoring
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 277-285 9 pages
Author(s): Makley, Michael J.; Monden, Kimberley R.; Philippus, Angela; Tarwater, Patrick M.; Newman, Jody; Biggs, Jennifer; Spier, Eric; Weintraub, Alan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the best method for scoring actigraphs in patients with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) and determined the benefits and pitfalls of using actigraphs with patients on a brain … For more see J79966

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Sleep disorders in traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 257-266 10 pages
Author(s): Wolfe, Lisa F.; Sahni, Ashima S.; Attarian, Hrayr
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews existing literature on the interaction of sleep and circadian processes for those with traumatic brain injury (TBI). A literature search was conducted on PubMed using the following key … For more see J79967

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Assessment of sleep after traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 267-276 10 pages
Author(s): Sampathkumar, Haresh; DiTommaso, Craig; Holcomb, Erin; Tallavajhula, Sudha
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews various methods used in the assessment of disorders of sleep after traumatic brain injury (TBI) and offers recommendations for the best approaches for clinical assessment of sleep. The … For more see J79968

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Sleep after TBI: How the TBI model systems have advanced the field
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 287-296 10 pages
Author(s): Bell, Kathleen R.; Bushnik, Tamara; Dams-O’Connor, Kristen; Goldin, Yelena; Hoffman, Jeanne M.; Lequerica, Anthony H.; Nakase-Richardson, Risa; Zumsteg, Jennifer M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Model System (TBIMS) has created an infrastructure allowing multi-center investigations into sleep dysfunction in those who have had a moderate-to-severe TBI and received … For more see J79969

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Sleep and fatigue after TBI
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 307-317 11 pages
Author(s): Cronin, Heather; O’Loughlin, Emer
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents a review of recent studies exploring the epidemiology of post-traumatic brain injury fatigue (PTBIF) and sleep disturbance, the relationship and neuropsychological correlates of these … For more see J79970

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Association of sleep with neurobehavioral impairments during inpatient rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 319-325 7 pages
Author(s): Maneyapanda, Mithra B.; Stork, Ryan; Ingraham, Benjamin; Lonini, Luca; Jayaraman, Arun; Shawen, Nicholas; Ripley, David
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the relationship between total sleep time (TST) and neurobehavioral impairments during inpatient rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury (TBI). Twenty-five subjects undergoing inpatient … For more see J79971

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The interplay between neuroendocrine and sleep alterations following traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 327-345 19 pages
Author(s): Howell, Stefanie; Griesbach, Grace S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the interaction between sleep and hormonal regulation following traumatic brain injury (TBI) and explains the impact that alterations of these systems have on cognitive responses during … For more see J79972

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Pharmacological management of sleep after traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 347-353 7 pages
Author(s): Driver, Sangeeta; Stork, Ryan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This article reviews key pharmacologic treatment principles and agents to consider for use in the treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI)-related sleep-wake disturbances (SWD). In addition, it highlights … For more see J79973

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Nonpharmacological management of sleep disturbances after traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 355-360 6 pages
Author(s): Thomas, Alphonsa; Greenwald,Brian D.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the literature on various alternative and non-pharmacological treatment methods for treating sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury (TBI), and discusses the evidence for their … For more see J79974

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Efficacy of bedside respiratory muscle training in patients with stroke: A randomized controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(10), 691-697 7 pages
Author(s): Yoo, Hyun-Joon; Pyun, Sung-Bom
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the efficacy of bedside respiratory muscle training on pulmonary function and stroke-related disabilities in stroke rehabilitation. Forty patients with stroke in a rehabilitation unit … For more see J79914

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Discharge patterns for ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke patients going from acute care hospitals to inpatient and skilled nursing rehabilitation
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(9), 636-645 10 pages
Author(s): Hong, Ickpyo; Karmarkar, Amol; Chan, Winston; Kuo, Yong-Fang; Mallinson, Trudy; Ottenbacher, Kenneth J.; Goodwin, James S.; Andersen, Clark R.; Reistetter, Timothy A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored variation in acute care use of inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs) and skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) rehabilitation after ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. A secondary analysis … For more see J79925

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Gait variability and energy cost of overground walking in persons with multiple scleroisi: A cross-sectional study
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(9), 646-650 5 pages
Author(s): Sebastiao, Emerson; Bollaert, Rachel E.; Hubbard, Elizabeth A.; Motl, Robert W.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the associations between gait variability in common spatiotemporal parameters and the energetic cost of walking (Cw) in 86 people with multiple sclerosis (MS). A portable metabolic unit … For more see J79926

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Why do we need a new clinical practice guideline for moderate to severe traumatic brain injury?
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 285-287 3 pages
Author(s): Swaine, Bonnie; Bayley, Mark T.; Marshall, Shawn; Kua, Ailene; Marier-Deschenes, Pascale; Allaire, Anne-Sophie; Kagan, Corinne; Truchon, Catherine; Janzen, Shannon; Teasell, Robert; Lamontagne, Marie-Eve
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article provides a general overview of the development of a new clinical practice guideline (CPG) for the rehabilitation of adults with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (MSTBI).CPGs aim to improve … For more see J79987

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Assessment of users’ needs and expectations toward clinical practice guidelines to support the rehabilitation of adults with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 288-295 8 pages
Author(s): Lamontagne, Marie-Eve; Bayley, Mark T.; Marshall, Shawn; Kua, Ailene; Marier-Deschenes, Pascale; Allaire, Anne-Sophie; Schmouth, Marie-Eve; Kagan, Corinne; Truchon, Catherine; Swaine, Bonnie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study surveyed stakeholders involved in the care of adults with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) regarding general perceptions of clinical practice guidelines (CPGs), identified key elements … For more see J79988

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Unique features of the INESSS-ONF rehabilitation guidelines for moderate to severe traumatic brain injury: Responding to users’ needs
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 296-305 10 pages
Author(s): Bayley, Mark T.; Lamontagne, Marie-Eve; Kua, Ailene; Marshall, Shawn; Marier-Deschenes, Pascale; Allaire, Anne-Sophie; Kagan, Corinne; Truchon, Catherine; Janzen, Shannon; Teasell, Robert; Swaine, Bonnie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article highlights the unique features of the Institut national d’excellence en santé et en services sociaux and Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation (INESSS-ONF) clinical practice guideline for rehabilitation … For more see J79989

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A survey of perceived implementation gaps for a clinical practice guideline for the rehabilitation of adults with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 306-316 11 pages
Author(s): Lamontagne, Marie-Eve; Gargaro, Judith; Marier-Deschenes, Pascale; Truchon, Catherine; Bayley, Mark T.; Marshall, Shawn; Kagan, Corinne; Briere, Anabele; Swaine, Bonnie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the perceived level of implementation, priority, and feasibility of a subset of key recommendations for a clinical practice guideline (CPG) for the rehabilitation of individuals with … For more see J79990

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Agitated behavior and activities of daily living retraining during posttraumatic amnesia
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 317-325 9 pages
Author(s): Trevena-Peters, Jessica; Ponsford, Jennie; McKay, Adam
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the relationship between agitated behavior and participation in therapy for retraining of activities of daily living (ADL) while in posttraumatic amnesia (PTA). Data were analyzed for 104 … For more see J79991

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Evidence- and consensus-based guidelines for the management of communication and swallowing disorders following pediatric traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 326-341 16 pages
Author(s): Mei, Cristina; Anderson, Vicki; Waugh, Mary-Clare; Cahill, Louise; Morgan, Angela T.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed evidence-based recommendations (EBRs) and consensus-based recommendations (CBRs) for the management of speech, language, and swallowing disorders in children with traumatic brain injury … For more see J79992

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A latent content analysis of barriers and supports to healthcare: Perspectives from caregivers of service members and veterans with military-related traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 342-353 12 pages
Project(s): H133A120020 , H133A130047
Author(s): Carlozzi, Noelle E.; Lange, Rael T.; French, Louis M.; Sander, Angelle M.; Freedman, Jenna; Brickell, Tracey A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified barriers and supports that caregivers of individuals with military-related traumatic brain injury (TBI) encounter when navigating the military healthcare system. Participants included … For more see J79993

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Options for evaluating and tracking pediatric concussion
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 354-361 8 pages
Author(s): Lynch, William
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes some of the principal providers of concussion detection and tracking technology systems available. One of the main determining factors in selecting a particular system was the fact that … For more see J79994

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Evaluation of executive function and mental health in retired contact sport athletes
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E9-E15 7 pages
Author(s): Willer, Barry S.; Tiso, Michael R.; Haider, Mohammad N.; Hinds, Andrea L.; Baker, John G.; Miecznikowski, Jeffery C.; Leddy, John J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared retired professional contact-sport athletes with age-matched noncontact-sport athletes on measures of executive function and mental health. Twenty-one retired National Football League (NFL) … For more see J79995

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An exploratory study of mild cognitive impairment of retired professional contact sport athletes
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E16-E23 8 pages
Author(s): Baker, John G.; Leddy, Joh J.; Hinds, Andrea L.; Haider, Mohammad N.; Shucard, Jennifer; Sharma, Tania; Hernandez, Sergio; Durinka, Joel; Zivadinov, Robert; Willer, Barry S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored whether mild cognitive impairment (MCI) rates are higher among retired professional contact-sport athletes than in noncontact athlete controls and compared history of contact sports with … For more see J79996

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Multimodal imaging of retired professional contact sport athletes does not provide evidence of structural and functional brain damage
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E24-E32 9 pages
Author(s): Zivadinov, Robert; Polak, Paul; Schweser, Ferdinand; Bergsland, Niels; Hagemeier, Jesper; Dwyer, Michael G.; Ramasamy, Deepa P.; Baker, John G.; Leddy, John J.; Willer, Barry S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated multimodal metabolic and structural brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) differences in retired professional contact-sport athletes compared with noncontact-sport athletes. MRI scans … For more see J79997

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Efficacy of a micro-prompting technology in reducing support needed by people with severe acquired brain injjury in activities of daily living
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E33-E41 9 pages
Author(s): O’Neill, Brian; Best, Catherine; O’Neill, Lauren; Ramos, Sara D. S.; Gillespie, Alex
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of an automated interactive prompting technology in supporting the morning routine of people with acquired brain injury (ABI). The morning routine included maintaining … For more see J79998

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Relationship between neurocognitive function and self-discrepancy after severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E42-E50 9 pages
Author(s): Beadle, Elizabeth J.; Ownsworth, Tamara; Fleming, Jennifer; Shum, David H. K.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the relationship between current neurocognitive function (attention, memory, executive function, and self-awareness) and self-discrepancy after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). … For more see J79999

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Correspondence of the Boston assessment of traumatic brain injury-lifetime and the VA comprehensive TBI evaluation
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E51-E55 5 pages
Author(s): Radigan, Lauren J.; McGlinchey, Regina E.; Milberg, William P.; Fortier, Catherine B.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the diagnosis of mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) using the Boston Assessment of TBI-Lifetime (BAT-L), used to identify TBI in a research setting, to the diagnosis of mild TBI in the clinical … For more see J80000

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Factors influencing the overall satisfaction in patients with severe brain injury with physiotherapy services during inpatient rehabilitation
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E56-E63 8 pages
Author(s): Leung, Joan; Fereday, Sarah; Sticpewich, Bridget; Stroud, Katarina
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined what influences the satisfaction of rehabilitation inpatients and their relatives with physiotherapy after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). A total of 65 patients with severe TBI … For more see J80001

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A preliminary investigation of accelerometer-derived sleep and physical activity following sport-related concussion
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E64-E74 11 pages
Author(s): Sufrinko, Alicia M.; Howie, Erin K.; Elbin, R. J.; Collins, Michael W.; Kontos, Anthony P.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined changes in postconcussion activity levels and sleep throughout recovery in a sample of pediatric sport-related concussion (SRC) patients, and examined the predictive value of accelerometer-derived … For more see J80002

Search Strategy: Burn injury

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Sun protection after burn injury
Project(s): 90DP0082
Author(s): Carrougher, Gretchen J.; Gibran, Nicole S.; Caceres, Maria; Cannon, Cathie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet explains the importance of sun protection as you recover and heal from a burn injury. It describes how sun exposure affects your skin, ways to limit sun exposure, and offers resources … For more see O21493 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Cómo protegerse del sol después de una lesión por quemadura
Project(s): 90DP0082
Author(s): Carrougher, Gretchen J.; Gibran, Nicole S.; Caceres, Maria; Cannon, Cathie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet explains the importance of sun protection as you recover and heal from a burn injury. It describes how sun exposure affects your skin, ways to limit sun exposure, and offers resources … For more see O21494 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Wound coverage technologies in burn care: Established techniques
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(3), 313-318 6 pages
Author(s): Jeschke, Marc G.; Shahrokhi, Shahriar; Finnerty, Celeste C.; Branski, Ludwik K.; Dibildox, Manuel
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the wound care products and techniques that are now well established and used by many burn surgeons. Major advances in burn care have reduced post-burn morbidity and mortality. The development … For more see J79937

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Epidemiology and outcomes of auricular burn injuries
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(3), 326-331 6 pages
Author(s): Kraenzlin, Franca S.; Mushin, Oren P.; Ayazi, Shahin; Loree, John; Bell, Derek E.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study describes the epidemiology, treatment, and outcomes of auricular burns. Data from all patients presenting to a regional burn center in a 4-year period were reviewed and those with auricular burns … For more see J79938

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Early mobilization in lower extremity frostbite injury: Preliminary experience at a single burn center
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(3), 339-344 6 pages
Author(s): Dole, Michelle; Endorf, Frederick W.; Gayken, Jon; Fey, Ryan; Nygaard, Rachel M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the impact of early mobilization in patients with lower-extremity frostbite, specifically regarding tissue loss, complications, and hospital length of stay (LOS). A retrospective review … For more see J79939

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A pediatric burn outpatient short stay program decreases patient length of stay with equivalent burn outcomes
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(3), 353-362 10 pages
Author(s): Zens, Tiffany; Yan, Amy; Lee, Christina W.; Schmitz, Cindy; Faucher, Lee; Gibson, Angela
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated one burn center’s implementation of an outpatient short stay (OSS) program in which small pediatric burns were managed as an outpatient utilizing Mepilex AgTM dressings changed under moderate … For more see J79940

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Comparison of pain severity and management in burn and nonburn trauma patients
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(3), 433-439 7 pages
Author(s): Prasad, Atulya; Osman, Naureen; Thode Jr., Henry C.; Singer, Adam J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the severity of pain due to burn and common causes of nonburn trauma, and compared the patterns of pain management for the various traumatic and nontraumatic sources of pain. Pain severity … For more see J79941

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Laser therapy for pediatric burn scars: Focusing on a combined treatment approach
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(3), 457-462 6 pages
Author(s): Zuccaro, Jennifer; Muser, Inga; Singh, Manni; Yu, Janelle; Kelly, Charis; Fish, Joel
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Treatment with laser therapy has the potential to greatly improve hypertrophic scarring in individuals who have sustained burn injuries. More specifically, recent research has demonstrated the success … For more see J79942

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Tear dysfunction syndrome after burn
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(4), 478-480 3 pages
Author(s): Seo, Jeong W.; Jeon, Hyun S.; Han, Jae R.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study objectively evaluated tear dysfunction in burn patients. The medical records of 32 patients (64 eyes) who underwent an ophthalmic examination within 1 week after burn injury were retrospectively … For more see J79943

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The effect of facial burns on long-term outcomes in young adults: A 5-year study
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(4), 497-506 10 pages
Author(s): Ryan, Colleen M.; Lee, Austin; Stoddard Jr., Frederick J.; Li, Nien C.; Schneider, Jeffrey C.; Shapiro, Gabriel D.; Griggs, Cornelia L.; Wang, Chao; Palmieri, Tina; Meyer III, Walter J.; Pidcock, Frank S.; Reilly, Debra; Sheridan, Robert L.; Kazis, Lewis E.; Tompkins, Roanld G.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examine the outcomes of young adults with facial burns across multiple domains of functional status when compared with those without facial burns. This 5-year (2003–2008) prospective multicenter … For more see J79944

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Ongoing development and evaluation of a method of telemedicine: Burn care management with a smartphone
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(4), 580-584 5 pages
Author(s): Boccara, David; Bekara, Farid; Soussi, Sabri; Legrand, Matthieu; Chaouat, Marc; Mimoun, Maurice; Serror, Kevin
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the quality of patient care performed using telemedicine. This retrospective study included the 323 patients who were initially treated using the telemedicine system implemented between … For more see J79945

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Variability in management of patients wit SJS/TEN: A survey of burn unit directors
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(4), 585-592 8 pages
Author(s): Richard, Emily B.; Hamer, Diana; Musso, Mandi W.; Short, Tracee; O’Neal Jr., Hollis R.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) are rare, type IV hypersensitivity reactions of the skin and mucosa. These reactions (SJS/TEN) are frequently managed in burn units; … For more see J79946

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Quantifying contracture severity at hospital discharge in adults: A burn model system national database study
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(4), 585-592 8 pages
Project(s): H133A120034
Author(s): Godleski, Matthew; Lee, Austin F.; Goverman, Jeremy; Herndon, David N.; Suman, Oscar E.; Kowalske, Karen J.; Holavanahalli, Radha K.; Gibran, Nicole S.; Esselman, Peter C.; Simko, Laura C.; Ryan, Colleen M.; Schneider, Jeffrey C.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined quantitative contracture-related range of motion (ROM) outcomes by anatomical location, burn size, and length of stay (LOS) in adult burn survivors. Data were obtained from the Burn Model … For more see J79947

Search Strategy: Caregiving

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“We had to keep pushing”: Caregivers’ perspectives on autism screening and referral practices of Black children in primary care
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 56(5), 321-326 6 pages
Author(s): Dababnah, Sarah; Shaia, Wendy E.; Campion, Karen; Nichols, Helen M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the perspectives of parents and other primary caregivers of Black children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) on barriers and facilitators to ASD screening and referrals in primary healthcare … For more see J79983

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Hispanic caregiver experiences supporting positive postschool outcomes for young adults with disabilities
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 56(5), 337-353 17 pages
Project(s): H133G130261
Author(s): Francis, Grace L.; Gross, Judith M. S.; Lavin, Carlos E.; Velazquez, Lu A. C.; Sheets, Nicholas
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the negative and positive experiences of Hispanic caregivers from a Midwestern state as they support their family members with disabilities to achieve positive post-school outcomes, including … For more see J79984

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The resilient caregiver
Exceptional Parent (EP), 48(2), 32-37 6 pages
Author(s): Agoratus, Lauren
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article offers advice for parents about how to care for themselves while caring for a child with special needs. It includes a list of resources for help. … For more see J79900

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Development of a 3D, networked multi-user virtual reality environment for home therapy after stroke
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 15(88) 13 pages
Project(s): H133E070013
Author(s): Triandafilou, Kristen M.; Tsoupikova, Daria; Barry, Alexander J.; Thielbar, Kelly N.; Stoykov, Nikolay; Kamper, Derek G.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the development and testing of a three-dimensional (3D) virtual-reality environment (VRE) for home-based therapy in which multiple, remote users can interact in real time. Within this … For more see J79960

Search Strategy: Information resources

91 of 208
Identifying needs-based groupings among people accessing intellectual disability services
American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities – AJIDD (formerly American Joournal on Mental Retardation), 123(5), 426-442 17 pages
Author(s): Painter, on; Ingham, Barry; Trevithick, Liam; Hastings, Richard P.; Roy, Ashok
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study performed statistical cluster analysis on clinical data from 1,692 individuals accessing specialist intellectual disability (ID) services in the United Kingdom to identify needs-based groupings … For more see J79978

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AAC mobile apps for children with autism
Project(s): GS00F0083N
Author Institution: AbleData
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This guide provides a few examples of picture- and/or text-based augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) mobile apps designed to help children with autism spectrum disorders to communicate more … For more see O21461 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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AT for sewing
Project(s): GS00F0083N
Author Institution: AbleData
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This guide describes the sewing process step by step and highlights some of the different types of adaptive sewing devices and machines that are available .There are assistive technologies (AT) that may … For more see O21468 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Mis documentos importantes
Project(s): H133B090018
Year: 2011
Abstract [truncated]: Fact sheet offer tips about keeping and protecting important personal records and information. It includes advice on where to keep essential documents and what information should not be given out. This … For more see O21480 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Mis derechos de salud mental en el campus universitario
Transitions RTC: Herramientas para la universidad – Hoja informativa 5 2 pages
Project(s): H133B090018
Author(s): Smith, L. M.; Ackerman, N.; Costa, A.
Year: 2012
Abstract [truncated]: Tip sheet provides information about rights, rules, and resources for students with mental health conditions who attend college. This document is also available in English (see accession number O18351). … For more see O21483 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Sun protection after burn injury
Project(s): 90DP0082
Author(s): Carrougher, Gretchen J.; Gibran, Nicole S.; Caceres, Maria; Cannon, Cathie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet explains the importance of sun protection as you recover and heal from a burn injury. It describes how sun exposure affects your skin, ways to limit sun exposure, and offers resources … For more see O21493 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

97 of 208
Cómo protegerse del sol después de una lesión por quemadura
Project(s): 90DP0082
Author(s): Carrougher, Gretchen J.; Gibran, Nicole S.; Caceres, Maria; Cannon, Cathie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet explains the importance of sun protection as you recover and heal from a burn injury. It describes how sun exposure affects your skin, ways to limit sun exposure, and offers resources … For more see O21494 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Atención médica accesible
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110017
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This factsheet aims to inform healthcare providers about the laws and technical criteria that apply to accessible medical diagnostic equipment (MDE), in order to improve accessibility of MDE. Proposed … For more see O21498

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Animales de servicio y animales de apoyo emocional: ¿Dónde están permitidos y bajo qué condiciones?
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110017
Author(s): Brennan, Jacquie; Nguyen, Vinh
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This guide provides an overview of how major federal civil rights laws govern the rights of a person requiring a service animal. These laws, as well as instructions on how to file a complaint, are listed … For more see O21501 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Consejos rápidos sobre la ADA – incentivos fiscales
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110017
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Fact sheet discusses tax incentives that are available to business that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Three tax incentives are described that support businesses as they remove … For more see O21502

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What types of services can the ADA national network offer you?
Project(s): 90DP0086 , 90DP0090
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet presents an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act (DA) National Network and the services it provides. The purpose of the ADA National Network Centers is to provide accurate and … For more see O21506 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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¿Qué tipos de servicios le puede ofrecer la Red Nacional de la ADA?
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110021
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet presents an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act (DA) National Network and the services it provides. The purpose of the ADA National Network Centers is to provide accurate and … For more see O21507 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Consejos rápidos sobre la ADA – Intérpretes de lenguaje de señas
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110017
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: Fact sheet provides information about the provision of sign language interpreters under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In order to provide equal access, a public accommodation … For more see O21516 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Cómo ajustar puertas para proveer acceso
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110015
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Fact sheet describes how to make sure doors are accessible to all. Doors present some of the most common accessibility issues. They may be too “heavy” and require too much force to open. Heavy doors are … For more see O21517 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Mesas y sillas de examen médico accesibles
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110015 , H133A110017
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet provides information about the physical configuration and operational characteristics of accessible examination tables and chairs as specified in the latest proposed federal standards … For more see O21522 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Alojamiento accesible
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110015 , H133A110017
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheets provides an overview of revised and new regulations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that cover many types of private businesses, or “places of public accommodation.” Many … For more see O21524 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

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Health status, difficulties, and desired health information and services for veterans with traumatic brain injuries and their caregivers: A qualitative investigation
PloS ONE, 13(9), e0203804 19 pages
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Koehmstedt, Christine; Lydick, Susan E.; Patel, Drasti; Cai, Xinsheng; Garfinkel, Steven; Weinstein, Ali A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the perceived usefulness and availability of services and health information resources for veterans with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and their caregivers. Twenty-two individuals (12 … For more see J79962

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The resilient caregiver
Exceptional Parent (EP), 48(2), 32-37 6 pages
Author(s): Agoratus, Lauren
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article offers advice for parents about how to care for themselves while caring for a child with special needs. It includes a list of resources for help. … For more see J79900

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Parent engagement in the transition from school to adult life through culturally sustaining practices: A scoping review
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 56(5), 307-320 14 pages
Author(s): Wilt, Courtney L.; Morningstar, Mary E.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This review of research from peer-reviewed journals examined whether culturally responsive practices are utilized with culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) families during transition planning. … For more see J79982

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“We had to keep pushing”: Caregivers’ perspectives on autism screening and referral practices of Black children in primary care
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 56(5), 321-326 6 pages
Author(s): Dababnah, Sarah; Shaia, Wendy E.; Campion, Karen; Nichols, Helen M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the perspectives of parents and other primary caregivers of Black children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) on barriers and facilitators to ASD screening and referrals in primary healthcare … For more see J79983

111 of 208
Evidence- and consensus-based guidelines for the management of communication and swallowing disorders following pediatric traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 326-341 16 pages
Author(s): Mei, Cristina; Anderson, Vicki; Waugh, Mary-Clare; Cahill, Louise; Morgan, Angela T.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed evidence-based recommendations (EBRs) and consensus-based recommendations (CBRs) for the management of speech, language, and swallowing disorders in children with traumatic brain injury … For more see J79992

112 of 208
Instalaciones correccionales
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110017
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet discusses revisions to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations that specify the obligations of public entities to ensure that inmates or detainees have equal access to services, … For more see O21503 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

113 of 208
Sleep disorders in traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 257-266 10 pages
Author(s): Wolfe, Lisa F.; Sahni, Ashima S.; Attarian, Hrayr
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews existing literature on the interaction of sleep and circadian processes for those with traumatic brain injury (TBI). A literature search was conducted on PubMed using the following key … For more see J79967

114 of 208
Assessment of sleep after traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 267-276 10 pages
Author(s): Sampathkumar, Haresh; DiTommaso, Craig; Holcomb, Erin; Tallavajhula, Sudha
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews various methods used in the assessment of disorders of sleep after traumatic brain injury (TBI) and offers recommendations for the best approaches for clinical assessment of sleep. The … For more see J79968

115 of 208
Sleep and fatigue after TBI
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 307-317 11 pages
Author(s): Cronin, Heather; O’Loughlin, Emer
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents a review of recent studies exploring the epidemiology of post-traumatic brain injury fatigue (PTBIF) and sleep disturbance, the relationship and neuropsychological correlates of these … For more see J79970

116 of 208
The interplay between neuroendocrine and sleep alterations following traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 327-345 19 pages
Author(s): Howell, Stefanie; Griesbach, Grace S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the interaction between sleep and hormonal regulation following traumatic brain injury (TBI) and explains the impact that alterations of these systems have on cognitive responses during … For more see J79972

117 of 208
Pharmacological management of sleep after traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 347-353 7 pages
Author(s): Driver, Sangeeta; Stork, Ryan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This article reviews key pharmacologic treatment principles and agents to consider for use in the treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI)-related sleep-wake disturbances (SWD). In addition, it highlights … For more see J79973

118 of 208
Nonpharmacological management of sleep disturbances after traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 355-360 6 pages
Author(s): Thomas, Alphonsa; Greenwald,Brian D.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the literature on various alternative and non-pharmacological treatment methods for treating sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury (TBI), and discusses the evidence for their … For more see J79974

119 of 208
Systematic review of interventions involving aided AAC modeling for children with complex communication needs
American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities – AJIDD (formerly American Joournal on Mental Retardation), 123(5), 443-473 31 pages
Author(s): Biggs, Elizabeth E.; Carter, Erik W.; Gilson, Carly B.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review examined experimental studies involving aided augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) modeling to promote the expressive communication of children and youth (birth to age … For more see J79979

120 of 208
Delirium screening and management in inpatient rehabilitation facilities
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(10), 754-762 9 pages
Author(s): Oh-Park, Mooyeon; Romel-Nichols, Vickie; Hreha, Kimberly; Boukrina, Olga; Barrett, A.M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This review discusses the systematic implementation of screening and intervention for delirium as well as the epidemiology of delirium to increase the awareness and guide clinical practice for clinicians … For more see J79921

121 of 208
Efficacy of extracorporeal shock wave therapy for lower-limb tendinopathy: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(9), 605-619 15 pages
Author(s): Liao, Chun-De; Tsauo, Jau-Yih; Chen, Hung-Chou; Liou, Tsan-Hon
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the clinical efficacy of extracorporeal shock-wave therapy (ESWT) for knee soft tissue disorders (KSTDs) and compared the efficacy of different shock-wave types, energy levels, and intervention … For more see J79922

122 of 208
Second-order peer reviews of clinically relevant articles for the physiatrist: Is pregabalin effective in the treatment of radiating low back pain into the leg?
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(9), e78-e80 3 pages
Author(s): Alavinia, Seyed M.; Furlan, Julio C.; MacDonald, Shannon L.; Kumbhare, Dinesh
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article critically appraises a recent study that assessed the effect of pregabalin in acute and chronic sciatica. Overall, the study found that outcomes did not differ significantly between subject who … For more see J79929

123 of 208
The role of nonpharmacological approaches to pain management
Physical Therapy, 98(11), 907-908 2 pages
Author(s): Jette, Alan M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This editorial reviews evidence of the potential role of physical therapist interventions in providing patients with nonpharmacological, nonaddictive treatments for pain. The author suggests that health … For more see J79930

124 of 208
Effectiveness of pelvic floor muscle training alone and in combination with biofeedback, electrical stimulation, or both compared to control for urinary incontinence in men following prostatectomy: Systematic review and meta-analysis
Physical Therapy, 98(11), 932-945 14 pages
Author(s): Kannan, P.; Winser, S. J.; Fung, B.; Cheing, G.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) alone and in combination with biofeedback (BFB), electrical stimulation (ES), or both compared to no treatment, sham, and placebo … For more see J79934

125 of 208
Wound coverage technologies in burn care: Established techniques
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(3), 313-318 6 pages
Author(s): Jeschke, Marc G.; Shahrokhi, Shahriar; Finnerty, Celeste C.; Branski, Ludwik K.; Dibildox, Manuel
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the wound care products and techniques that are now well established and used by many burn surgeons. Major advances in burn care have reduced post-burn morbidity and mortality. The development … For more see J79937

126 of 208
Index for Inclusion as a Research tool: a Critical Analysis
Author(s): Mônica Pereira dos SANTOS; Alline Gonçalves do NASCIMENTO; Evanir da Rocha MOTTA; Lillian Auguste Bruns CARNEIRO
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This paper presents a critical analysis to a study published in the collection Prejudice and Inclusive Education, coordinated by José Leon Crochick and organized by the Laboratory for Research on Prejudice … For more see I244798

127 of 208
Digital Game Based Learning in Children With Adhd: a Case Study in Statisctics Teaching for Fourth Grade Students in Colombia
Author(s): Julián MORENO; Verónica VALDERRAMA
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This study proposed digital game-based learning, more specifically with massive multiplayer online games, as a favorable setting to enhance performance by children with ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity … For more see I244793

128 of 208
Educational Support Service teachers and Educational Organization for Students with Intellectual Disabilitie
Author(s): Renata Andrea Fernandes FANTACINI; Tárcia Regina da Silveira DIAS
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: The main objective of this study was meeting and reflecting on the organization of inclusive education while focusing on the care of students with intellectual disabilities in different educational contexts … For more see I244794

Search Strategy: International rehabilitation

129 of 208
Age of initial identification of autism spectrum disorder in a diverse urban sample
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (JADD) 6 pages
Project(s): H133B080005 , H133B130006
Author(s): Hall-Lande, Jennifer; Esler, Amy N.; Hewitt, Amy; Gunty, Amy L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the age at which autism spectrum disorder) ASD was initially identified among Somali children living in Minneapolis, Minnesota (MN) and evaluated various explanations for discrepancies … For more see J79958

130 of 208
Identifying needs-based groupings among people accessing intellectual disability services
American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities – AJIDD (formerly American Joournal on Mental Retardation), 123(5), 426-442 17 pages
Author(s): Painter, on; Ingham, Barry; Trevithick, Liam; Hastings, Richard P.; Roy, Ashok
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study performed statistical cluster analysis on clinical data from 1,692 individuals accessing specialist intellectual disability (ID) services in the United Kingdom to identify needs-based groupings … For more see J79978

131 of 208
Structural validity of the short musculoskeletal function assessment in patients with injuries
Physical Therapy, 98(11), 955-967 13 pages
Author(s): de Graaf, Max W.; Reininga, Inge H. F.; Wendt, Klaus W.; Heineman, Erik; El Moumni, Mostafa
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the structural validity of the various proposed subscale configurations of the Short Musculoskeletal Function Assessment (SMFA) in Dutch patients with a broad range of injuries and identified … For more see J79936

132 of 208
Unique features of the INESSS-ONF rehabilitation guidelines for moderate to severe traumatic brain injury: Responding to users’ needs
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 296-305 10 pages
Author(s): Bayley, Mark T.; Lamontagne, Marie-Eve; Kua, Ailene; Marshall, Shawn; Marier-Deschenes, Pascale; Allaire, Anne-Sophie; Kagan, Corinne; Truchon, Catherine; Janzen, Shannon; Teasell, Robert; Swaine, Bonnie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article highlights the unique features of the Institut national d’excellence en santé et en services sociaux and Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation (INESSS-ONF) clinical practice guideline for rehabilitation … For more see J79989

Search Strategy: Medical rehabilitation/rehabilitation medicine

133 of 208
Las lesiones cerebrales traumáticas: Parte 2
Project(s): 90DP0082 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Jacob, Ayla; Lasky, David
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides basic information about the brain and traumatic brain injury (TBI) and offers tips about adjusting to home life after TBI. This document is also available in English … For more see O21491 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

134 of 208
Las lesiones cerebrales traumáticas: Parte 3
Project(s): 90DP0082 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Jacob, Ayla; Lasky, David
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet describes recovery and healing over time and provides some strategies for managing trauamtic brain injury. This document is also available in English (see accession number O21382). … For more see O21492 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

135 of 208
Atención médica accesible
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110017
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: Fact sheet offers information to help healthcare providers ensure that medical facilities and services are accessible to everyone. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation … For more see O21497

136 of 208
Atención médica accesible
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110017
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This factsheet aims to inform healthcare providers about the laws and technical criteria that apply to accessible medical diagnostic equipment (MDE), in order to improve accessibility of MDE. Proposed … For more see O21498

137 of 208
Mesas y sillas de examen médico accesibles
Project(s): H133A110014 , H133A110015 , H133A110017
Author Institution: ADA National Network
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This fact sheet provides information about the physical configuration and operational characteristics of accessible examination tables and chairs as specified in the latest proposed federal standards … For more see O21522 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

138 of 208
Health status, difficulties, and desired health information and services for veterans with traumatic brain injuries and their caregivers: A qualitative investigation
PloS ONE, 13(9), e0203804 19 pages
Project(s): H133A110004
Author(s): Koehmstedt, Christine; Lydick, Susan E.; Patel, Drasti; Cai, Xinsheng; Garfinkel, Steven; Weinstein, Ali A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the perceived usefulness and availability of services and health information resources for veterans with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and their caregivers. Twenty-two individuals (12 … For more see J79962

139 of 208
Objective measures of sleep and wakefulness in patients with moderate to severe brain injury on an inpatient rehabilitation unit. Pearls and pitfalls of actigraph monitoring
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 277-285 9 pages
Author(s): Makley, Michael J.; Monden, Kimberley R.; Philippus, Angela; Tarwater, Patrick M.; Newman, Jody; Biggs, Jennifer; Spier, Eric; Weintraub, Alan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the best method for scoring actigraphs in patients with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) and determined the benefits and pitfalls of using actigraphs with patients on a brain … For more see J79966

140 of 208
Pharmacological management of sleep after traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 347-353 7 pages
Author(s): Driver, Sangeeta; Stork, Ryan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This article reviews key pharmacologic treatment principles and agents to consider for use in the treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI)-related sleep-wake disturbances (SWD). In addition, it highlights … For more see J79973

141 of 208
Evaluation of pediatrician adherence to the American academy of pediatrics health supervision guidelines for Down syndrome
American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities – AJIDD (formerly American Joournal on Mental Retardation), 123(5), 387-398 12 pages
Author(s): O’Neill, Meghan E.; Ryan, Alexandra; Kwon, Soyang; Binns, Helen J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined pediatricians’ adherence to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) guidelines on health supervision for children with Down syndrome (DS) and identified subject and clinician factors associated … For more see J79975

142 of 208
Corticosteroid injections into lumbar facet joints: A prospective, randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(10), 741-746 6 pages
Author(s): Kennedy, David J.; Huynh, Lisa; Wong, Joe; Mattie, Ryan; Levin, Josh; Smuck, Matthew; Schneider, Byron J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether intra-articular injection of a corticosteroid into lumbar zygapophysial joints (z-joints) is effective in reducing pain and the need for radiofrequency neurotomy (RFN) due to … For more see J79919

143 of 208
Delirium screening and management in inpatient rehabilitation facilities
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(10), 754-762 9 pages
Author(s): Oh-Park, Mooyeon; Romel-Nichols, Vickie; Hreha, Kimberly; Boukrina, Olga; Barrett, A.M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This review discusses the systematic implementation of screening and intervention for delirium as well as the epidemiology of delirium to increase the awareness and guide clinical practice for clinicians … For more see J79921

144 of 208
Wound coverage technologies in burn care: Established techniques
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(3), 313-318 6 pages
Author(s): Jeschke, Marc G.; Shahrokhi, Shahriar; Finnerty, Celeste C.; Branski, Ludwik K.; Dibildox, Manuel
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the wound care products and techniques that are now well established and used by many burn surgeons. Major advances in burn care have reduced post-burn morbidity and mortality. The development … For more see J79937

145 of 208
A pediatric burn outpatient short stay program decreases patient length of stay with equivalent burn outcomes
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(3), 353-362 10 pages
Author(s): Zens, Tiffany; Yan, Amy; Lee, Christina W.; Schmitz, Cindy; Faucher, Lee; Gibson, Angela
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated one burn center’s implementation of an outpatient short stay (OSS) program in which small pediatric burns were managed as an outpatient utilizing Mepilex AgTM dressings changed under moderate … For more see J79940

146 of 208
Laser therapy for pediatric burn scars: Focusing on a combined treatment approach
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(3), 457-462 6 pages
Author(s): Zuccaro, Jennifer; Muser, Inga; Singh, Manni; Yu, Janelle; Kelly, Charis; Fish, Joel
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Treatment with laser therapy has the potential to greatly improve hypertrophic scarring in individuals who have sustained burn injuries. More specifically, recent research has demonstrated the success … For more see J79942

147 of 208
Tear dysfunction syndrome after burn
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(4), 478-480 3 pages
Author(s): Seo, Jeong W.; Jeon, Hyun S.; Han, Jae R.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study objectively evaluated tear dysfunction in burn patients. The medical records of 32 patients (64 eyes) who underwent an ophthalmic examination within 1 week after burn injury were retrospectively … For more see J79943

148 of 208
Ongoing development and evaluation of a method of telemedicine: Burn care management with a smartphone
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(4), 580-584 5 pages
Author(s): Boccara, David; Bekara, Farid; Soussi, Sabri; Legrand, Matthieu; Chaouat, Marc; Mimoun, Maurice; Serror, Kevin
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the quality of patient care performed using telemedicine. This retrospective study included the 323 patients who were initially treated using the telemedicine system implemented between … For more see J79945

149 of 208
Variability in management of patients wit SJS/TEN: A survey of burn unit directors
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(4), 585-592 8 pages
Author(s): Richard, Emily B.; Hamer, Diana; Musso, Mandi W.; Short, Tracee; O’Neal Jr., Hollis R.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) are rare, type IV hypersensitivity reactions of the skin and mucosa. These reactions (SJS/TEN) are frequently managed in burn units; … For more see J79946

150 of 208
Requirements for Phase C Facilities for Trauma Rehabilitation – Supra-Regional Trauma Rehabilitation Centers in Post-Acute Rehabilitation
Author(s): Stefan Simmel; Wolf-Dieter Müller; Hartmut Bork; Rainer Eckhardt; Rolf Keppeler; Christian Alexander Kühne; Gert Krischak
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This paper provides a summary of the requirements for post-acute rehabilitation for severely injured persons, agreed upon by the working group “Traumarehabilitation” of the German Society for Orthopedics … For more see I244808

Search Strategy: Neurological/neuromuscular disorders

151 of 208
Prevalence and concordance between the clinical and the post-mortem diagnosis ofdementia in a psychogeriatric clinic
Author(s): B. Grandal Leiros; L.I. Pérez Méndez; M.V. Zelaya Huerta; L. Moreno Eguinoa; F. García-Bragado; T. Tunon Álvarez; J.J. Roldán Larreta
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this study was to describe the types of dementia found in a series of patients and to estimate the level of agreement between the clinical diagnosis and post-mortem diagnosis. A descriptive … For more see I244804

152 of 208
Opinion of Education and Health Professionals on the Use of Orthostatic Boards for Students with Cerebral Palsy
Author(s): Marcelo Grandini SPILLER; Lígia Maria Presumido BRACCIALLI
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of using an orthostatic board for a student with cerebral palsy, by means of gathering the opinions of health and education professionals. Among … For more see I244802

153 of 208
Neuropathic pain in cancer patients treated with bortezomib
Author(s): S. Expósito Vizcaíno; J. Casanova-Mollà; L. Escoda; S. Galán; J. Miró
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The aims of this study were: 1) to determine the incident and characteristics of neuropathy and neuropathic pain induced by chemotherapy (NIQ) in patients with multiple myeloma (MM) treated with bortezomib, … For more see I244800

154 of 208
Gait variability and energy cost of overground walking in persons with multiple scleroisi: A cross-sectional study
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(9), 646-650 5 pages
Author(s): Sebastiao, Emerson; Bollaert, Rachel E.; Hubbard, Elizabeth A.; Motl, Robert W.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the associations between gait variability in common spatiotemporal parameters and the energetic cost of walking (Cw) in 86 people with multiple sclerosis (MS). A portable metabolic unit … For more see J79926

155 of 208
Effectiveness of pelvic floor muscle training alone and in combination with biofeedback, electrical stimulation, or both compared to control for urinary incontinence in men following prostatectomy: Systematic review and meta-analysis
Physical Therapy, 98(11), 932-945 14 pages
Author(s): Kannan, P.; Winser, S. J.; Fung, B.; Cheing, G.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) alone and in combination with biofeedback (BFB), electrical stimulation (ES), or both compared to no treatment, sham, and placebo … For more see J79934

156 of 208
Las lesiones cerebrales traumáticas: Parte 1
Project(s): 90DP0082 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Jacob, Ayla
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides information about some common rehabilitation therapies that may help while still in the hospital after traumatic brain injury. Patients may have physical, occupational, … For more see O21490 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

157 of 208
Las lesiones cerebrales traumáticas: Parte 2
Project(s): 90DP0082 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Jacob, Ayla; Lasky, David
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet provides basic information about the brain and traumatic brain injury (TBI) and offers tips about adjusting to home life after TBI. This document is also available in English … For more see O21491 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

158 of 208
Las lesiones cerebrales traumáticas: Parte 3
Project(s): 90DP0082 , H133A120028
Author(s): James, Silas; Jacob, Ayla; Lasky, David
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This graphic fact sheet describes recovery and healing over time and provides some strategies for managing trauamtic brain injury. This document is also available in English (see accession number O21382). … For more see O21492 Download article in Full Text (PDF) 

159 of 208
Development of a 3D, networked multi-user virtual reality environment for home therapy after stroke
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 15(88) 13 pages
Project(s): H133E070013
Author(s): Triandafilou, Kristen M.; Tsoupikova, Daria; Barry, Alexander J.; Thielbar, Kelly N.; Stoykov, Nikolay; Kamper, Derek G.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the development and testing of a three-dimensional (3D) virtual-reality environment (VRE) for home-based therapy in which multiple, remote users can interact in real time. Within this … For more see J79960

160 of 208
Disorders of consciousness due to traumatic brain injury: Functional status ten years post-injury
Journal of Neurotrauma 11 pages
Project(s): 90DPTB0002 , 90DPTB0011 , H133A120020 , H133A120035 , H133A120085 , H133A130047 , H133N110010
Author(s): Hammond, Flora M.; Giacino, Joseph T.; Nakase-Richardson, Risa; Sherer, Mark; Zafonte, Ross D.; Whyte, John; Arciniegas, David B.; Tang, Xinyu
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined functional status during the first 10 years after traumatic brain injury (TBI) among individuals with disorders of consciousness (i.e., coma, vegetative state, minimally conscious state). … For more see J79963

161 of 208
Sleep and sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury: An introduction
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(3), 255-256 2 pages
Author(s): Ripley, David L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This editorial introduces a special journal issue on sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury (TBI). The included articles address: the effects of TBI on patterns of sleep function and the approach … For more see J79965

162 of 208
Objective measures of sleep and wakefulness in patients with moderate to severe brain injury on an inpatient rehabilitation unit. Pearls and pitfalls of actigraph monitoring
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 277-285 9 pages
Author(s): Makley, Michael J.; Monden, Kimberley R.; Philippus, Angela; Tarwater, Patrick M.; Newman, Jody; Biggs, Jennifer; Spier, Eric; Weintraub, Alan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the best method for scoring actigraphs in patients with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) and determined the benefits and pitfalls of using actigraphs with patients on a brain … For more see J79966

163 of 208
Sleep disorders in traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 257-266 10 pages
Author(s): Wolfe, Lisa F.; Sahni, Ashima S.; Attarian, Hrayr
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews existing literature on the interaction of sleep and circadian processes for those with traumatic brain injury (TBI). A literature search was conducted on PubMed using the following key … For more see J79967

164 of 208
Assessment of sleep after traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 267-276 10 pages
Author(s): Sampathkumar, Haresh; DiTommaso, Craig; Holcomb, Erin; Tallavajhula, Sudha
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews various methods used in the assessment of disorders of sleep after traumatic brain injury (TBI) and offers recommendations for the best approaches for clinical assessment of sleep. The … For more see J79968

165 of 208
Sleep after TBI: How the TBI model systems have advanced the field
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 287-296 10 pages
Author(s): Bell, Kathleen R.; Bushnik, Tamara; Dams-O’Connor, Kristen; Goldin, Yelena; Hoffman, Jeanne M.; Lequerica, Anthony H.; Nakase-Richardson, Risa; Zumsteg, Jennifer M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Model System (TBIMS) has created an infrastructure allowing multi-center investigations into sleep dysfunction in those who have had a moderate-to-severe TBI and received … For more see J79969

166 of 208
Sleep and fatigue after TBI
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 307-317 11 pages
Author(s): Cronin, Heather; O’Loughlin, Emer
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents a review of recent studies exploring the epidemiology of post-traumatic brain injury fatigue (PTBIF) and sleep disturbance, the relationship and neuropsychological correlates of these … For more see J79970

167 of 208
Association of sleep with neurobehavioral impairments during inpatient rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 319-325 7 pages
Author(s): Maneyapanda, Mithra B.; Stork, Ryan; Ingraham, Benjamin; Lonini, Luca; Jayaraman, Arun; Shawen, Nicholas; Ripley, David
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the relationship between total sleep time (TST) and neurobehavioral impairments during inpatient rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury (TBI). Twenty-five subjects undergoing inpatient … For more see J79971

168 of 208
The interplay between neuroendocrine and sleep alterations following traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 327-345 19 pages
Author(s): Howell, Stefanie; Griesbach, Grace S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the interaction between sleep and hormonal regulation following traumatic brain injury (TBI) and explains the impact that alterations of these systems have on cognitive responses during … For more see J79972

169 of 208
Pharmacological management of sleep after traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 347-353 7 pages
Author(s): Driver, Sangeeta; Stork, Ryan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This article reviews key pharmacologic treatment principles and agents to consider for use in the treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI)-related sleep-wake disturbances (SWD). In addition, it highlights … For more see J79973

170 of 208
Nonpharmacological management of sleep disturbances after traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 355-360 6 pages
Author(s): Thomas, Alphonsa; Greenwald,Brian D.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article reviews the literature on various alternative and non-pharmacological treatment methods for treating sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury (TBI), and discusses the evidence for their … For more see J79974

171 of 208
Efficacy of bedside respiratory muscle training in patients with stroke: A randomized controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(10), 691-697 7 pages
Author(s): Yoo, Hyun-Joon; Pyun, Sung-Bom
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the efficacy of bedside respiratory muscle training on pulmonary function and stroke-related disabilities in stroke rehabilitation. Forty patients with stroke in a rehabilitation unit … For more see J79914

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Femoral artery blood flow and microcirculatory perfusion during acute, low-level functional electrical stimulation in spinal cord injury
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(10), 721-726 6 pages
Author(s): Barton, Thomas J.; Low, David A.; Janssen, Thomas W. J.; Sloots, Maurits; Smith, Christof A. J.; Thijssen, Dick H. J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the acute effects of low-intensity functional electrical stimulation (FES) using wearable clothing garment on vascular blood flow and oxygen consumption in people with spinal cord injury … For more see J79917

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Corticosteroid injections into lumbar facet joints: A prospective, randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(10), 741-746 6 pages
Author(s): Kennedy, David J.; Huynh, Lisa; Wong, Joe; Mattie, Ryan; Levin, Josh; Smuck, Matthew; Schneider, Byron J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether intra-articular injection of a corticosteroid into lumbar zygapophysial joints (z-joints) is effective in reducing pain and the need for radiofrequency neurotomy (RFN) due to … For more see J79919

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Discharge patterns for ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke patients going from acute care hospitals to inpatient and skilled nursing rehabilitation
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(9), 636-645 10 pages
Author(s): Hong, Ickpyo; Karmarkar, Amol; Chan, Winston; Kuo, Yong-Fang; Mallinson, Trudy; Ottenbacher, Kenneth J.; Goodwin, James S.; Andersen, Clark R.; Reistetter, Timothy A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored variation in acute care use of inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs) and skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) rehabilitation after ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. A secondary analysis … For more see J79925

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Why do we need a new clinical practice guideline for moderate to severe traumatic brain injury?
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 285-287 3 pages
Author(s): Swaine, Bonnie; Bayley, Mark T.; Marshall, Shawn; Kua, Ailene; Marier-Deschenes, Pascale; Allaire, Anne-Sophie; Kagan, Corinne; Truchon, Catherine; Janzen, Shannon; Teasell, Robert; Lamontagne, Marie-Eve
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article provides a general overview of the development of a new clinical practice guideline (CPG) for the rehabilitation of adults with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (MSTBI).CPGs aim to improve … For more see J79987

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Assessment of users’ needs and expectations toward clinical practice guidelines to support the rehabilitation of adults with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 288-295 8 pages
Author(s): Lamontagne, Marie-Eve; Bayley, Mark T.; Marshall, Shawn; Kua, Ailene; Marier-Deschenes, Pascale; Allaire, Anne-Sophie; Schmouth, Marie-Eve; Kagan, Corinne; Truchon, Catherine; Swaine, Bonnie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study surveyed stakeholders involved in the care of adults with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) regarding general perceptions of clinical practice guidelines (CPGs), identified key elements … For more see J79988

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Unique features of the INESSS-ONF rehabilitation guidelines for moderate to severe traumatic brain injury: Responding to users’ needs
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 296-305 10 pages
Author(s): Bayley, Mark T.; Lamontagne, Marie-Eve; Kua, Ailene; Marshall, Shawn; Marier-Deschenes, Pascale; Allaire, Anne-Sophie; Kagan, Corinne; Truchon, Catherine; Janzen, Shannon; Teasell, Robert; Swaine, Bonnie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article highlights the unique features of the Institut national d’excellence en santé et en services sociaux and Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation (INESSS-ONF) clinical practice guideline for rehabilitation … For more see J79989

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A survey of perceived implementation gaps for a clinical practice guideline for the rehabilitation of adults with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 306-316 11 pages
Author(s): Lamontagne, Marie-Eve; Gargaro, Judith; Marier-Deschenes, Pascale; Truchon, Catherine; Bayley, Mark T.; Marshall, Shawn; Kagan, Corinne; Briere, Anabele; Swaine, Bonnie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the perceived level of implementation, priority, and feasibility of a subset of key recommendations for a clinical practice guideline (CPG) for the rehabilitation of individuals with … For more see J79990

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Agitated behavior and activities of daily living retraining during posttraumatic amnesia
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 317-325 9 pages
Author(s): Trevena-Peters, Jessica; Ponsford, Jennie; McKay, Adam
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the relationship between agitated behavior and participation in therapy for retraining of activities of daily living (ADL) while in posttraumatic amnesia (PTA). Data were analyzed for 104 … For more see J79991

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Evidence- and consensus-based guidelines for the management of communication and swallowing disorders following pediatric traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 326-341 16 pages
Author(s): Mei, Cristina; Anderson, Vicki; Waugh, Mary-Clare; Cahill, Louise; Morgan, Angela T.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed evidence-based recommendations (EBRs) and consensus-based recommendations (CBRs) for the management of speech, language, and swallowing disorders in children with traumatic brain injury … For more see J79992

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A latent content analysis of barriers and supports to healthcare: Perspectives from caregivers of service members and veterans with military-related traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 342-353 12 pages
Project(s): H133A120020 , H133A130047
Author(s): Carlozzi, Noelle E.; Lange, Rael T.; French, Louis M.; Sander, Angelle M.; Freedman, Jenna; Brickell, Tracey A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified barriers and supports that caregivers of individuals with military-related traumatic brain injury (TBI) encounter when navigating the military healthcare system. Participants included … For more see J79993

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Options for evaluating and tracking pediatric concussion
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), 354-361 8 pages
Author(s): Lynch, William
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes some of the principal providers of concussion detection and tracking technology systems available. One of the main determining factors in selecting a particular system was the fact that … For more see J79994

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Evaluation of executive function and mental health in retired contact sport athletes
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E9-E15 7 pages
Author(s): Willer, Barry S.; Tiso, Michael R.; Haider, Mohammad N.; Hinds, Andrea L.; Baker, John G.; Miecznikowski, Jeffery C.; Leddy, John J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared retired professional contact-sport athletes with age-matched noncontact-sport athletes on measures of executive function and mental health. Twenty-one retired National Football League (NFL) … For more see J79995

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An exploratory study of mild cognitive impairment of retired professional contact sport athletes
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E16-E23 8 pages
Author(s): Baker, John G.; Leddy, Joh J.; Hinds, Andrea L.; Haider, Mohammad N.; Shucard, Jennifer; Sharma, Tania; Hernandez, Sergio; Durinka, Joel; Zivadinov, Robert; Willer, Barry S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored whether mild cognitive impairment (MCI) rates are higher among retired professional contact-sport athletes than in noncontact athlete controls and compared history of contact sports with … For more see J79996

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Multimodal imaging of retired professional contact sport athletes does not provide evidence of structural and functional brain damage
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E24-E32 9 pages
Author(s): Zivadinov, Robert; Polak, Paul; Schweser, Ferdinand; Bergsland, Niels; Hagemeier, Jesper; Dwyer, Michael G.; Ramasamy, Deepa P.; Baker, John G.; Leddy, John J.; Willer, Barry S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated multimodal metabolic and structural brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) differences in retired professional contact-sport athletes compared with noncontact-sport athletes. MRI scans … For more see J79997

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Efficacy of a micro-prompting technology in reducing support needed by people with severe acquired brain injjury in activities of daily living
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E33-E41 9 pages
Author(s): O’Neill, Brian; Best, Catherine; O’Neill, Lauren; Ramos, Sara D. S.; Gillespie, Alex
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of an automated interactive prompting technology in supporting the morning routine of people with acquired brain injury (ABI). The morning routine included maintaining … For more see J79998

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Relationship between neurocognitive function and self-discrepancy after severe traumatic brain injury
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E42-E50 9 pages
Author(s): Beadle, Elizabeth J.; Ownsworth, Tamara; Fleming, Jennifer; Shum, David H. K.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the relationship between current neurocognitive function (attention, memory, executive function, and self-awareness) and self-discrepancy after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). … For more see J79999

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Correspondence of the Boston assessment of traumatic brain injury-lifetime and the VA comprehensive TBI evaluation
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E51-E55 5 pages
Author(s): Radigan, Lauren J.; McGlinchey, Regina E.; Milberg, William P.; Fortier, Catherine B.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the diagnosis of mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) using the Boston Assessment of TBI-Lifetime (BAT-L), used to identify TBI in a research setting, to the diagnosis of mild TBI in the clinical … For more see J80000

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Factors influencing the overall satisfaction in patients with severe brain injury with physiotherapy services during inpatient rehabilitation
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E56-E63 8 pages
Author(s): Leung, Joan; Fereday, Sarah; Sticpewich, Bridget; Stroud, Katarina
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined what influences the satisfaction of rehabilitation inpatients and their relatives with physiotherapy after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). A total of 65 patients with severe TBI … For more see J80001

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A preliminary investigation of accelerometer-derived sleep and physical activity following sport-related concussion
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 33(5), E64-E74 11 pages
Author(s): Sufrinko, Alicia M.; Howie, Erin K.; Elbin, R. J.; Collins, Michael W.; Kontos, Anthony P.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined changes in postconcussion activity levels and sleep throughout recovery in a sample of pediatric sport-related concussion (SRC) patients, and examined the predictive value of accelerometer-derived … For more see J80002

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The neurologist’s role in supporting transition to adult health care: Eight common principles
Exceptional Parent (EP), 48(4), 31-33 3 pages
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: For youth who have a neurologic condition, the child neurologist plays an important role in ensuring that the transition from pediatric to adult care is successful. Providers of neurologic care should … For more see J79910

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Second-order peer reviews of clinically relevant articles for the physiatrist: Is pregabalin effective in the treatment of radiating low back pain into the leg?
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(9), e78-e80 3 pages
Author(s): Alavinia, Seyed M.; Furlan, Julio C.; MacDonald, Shannon L.; Kumbhare, Dinesh
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article critically appraises a recent study that assessed the effect of pregabalin in acute and chronic sciatica. Overall, the study found that outcomes did not differ significantly between subject who … For more see J79929

Search Strategy: Rehabilitation success/outcome

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Differences between skilled nursing facilities in risk of subsequent long-term placement
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 66(10), 1880-1886 7 pages
Project(s): H133G140127
Author(s): Goodwin, James S.; Li, Shuang; Middleton, Addie; Ottenbacher, Kenneth; Kuo, Yong-Fang
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined how the risk of subsequent long-term care (LTC) placement varies between skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and identified the SNF characteristics associated with this risk. Data for analyses … For more see J79959

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Educational and employment patterns in serious adolescent offenders with mental health disorders: The importance of educational attainment
Criminal Justice and Behavior, 45(11), 1660-1687 28 pages
Project(s): H133B140040
Author(s): Schubert, Carol A.; Mulvey, Edward P.; Hawes, Samuel W.; Davis, Maryann
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined employment and educational outcomes for justice-involved adolescents with and without mental health disorders. Data were obtained from 1,261 participants from the Pathways to Desistance … For more see J79961

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Disorders of consciousness due to traumatic brain injury: Functional status ten years post-injury
Journal of Neurotrauma 11 pages
Project(s): 90DPTB0002 , 90DPTB0011 , H133A120020 , H133A120035 , H133A120085 , H133A130047 , H133N110010
Author(s): Hammond, Flora M.; Giacino, Joseph T.; Nakase-Richardson, Risa; Sherer, Mark; Zafonte, Ross D.; Whyte, John; Arciniegas, David B.; Tang, Xinyu
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined functional status during the first 10 years after traumatic brain injury (TBI) among individuals with disorders of consciousness (i.e., coma, vegetative state, minimally conscious state). … For more see J79963

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The interplay between neuroendocrine and sleep alterations following traumatic brain injury
Neurorehabilitation, 43(3), 327-345 19 pages
Author(s): Howell, Stefanie; Griesbach, Grace S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the interaction between sleep and hormonal regulation following traumatic brain injury (TBI) and explains the impact that alterations of these systems have on cognitive responses during … For more see J79972

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Trajectories of quality of life and associated risk factors in patients with knee osteoarthritis: Findings from the osteoarthritis initiative
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(9), 620-627 8 pages
Author(s): Han, Alex; Gellhorn, Alfred C.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study characterized trajectories of quality of life (QOL) in adults with symptomatic knee osteoarthritis (OA) and identified demographic, psychosocial, and symptom-related variables associated with QOL … For more see J79923

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Long-term course of shoulders after ultrasound therapy for calcific tendinitis: Results of the 10-year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(9), 651-658 8 pages
Author(s): Pieber, Karin; Grim-Stieger, Martina; Kainberger, Franz; Funovics, Martin; Resch, Karl-Ludwig; Bochdansky, Thomas; Pablik, Eleonore; Ebenbichler, Gerold
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This study followed both the structure- and function-related long-term course of shoulders that had been treated with therapeutic ultrasound for symptomatic calcific tendinitis and assessed at 9 months … For more see J79927

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Structural validity of the short musculoskeletal function assessment in patients with injuries
Physical Therapy, 98(11), 955-967 13 pages
Author(s): de Graaf, Max W.; Reininga, Inge H. F.; Wendt, Klaus W.; Heineman, Erik; El Moumni, Mostafa
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the structural validity of the various proposed subscale configurations of the Short Musculoskeletal Function Assessment (SMFA) in Dutch patients with a broad range of injuries and identified … For more see J79936

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The effect of facial burns on long-term outcomes in young adults: A 5-year study
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(4), 497-506 10 pages
Author(s): Ryan, Colleen M.; Lee, Austin; Stoddard Jr., Frederick J.; Li, Nien C.; Schneider, Jeffrey C.; Shapiro, Gabriel D.; Griggs, Cornelia L.; Wang, Chao; Palmieri, Tina; Meyer III, Walter J.; Pidcock, Frank S.; Reilly, Debra; Sheridan, Robert L.; Kazis, Lewis E.; Tompkins, Roanld G.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examine the outcomes of young adults with facial burns across multiple domains of functional status when compared with those without facial burns. This 5-year (2003–2008) prospective multicenter … For more see J79944

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Results of Orthopaedic Outpatient Rehabilitation Outcome Measurement by Funktionsfragebogen-Hannover-Rücken, DASH- and WOMAC-Score
Author(s): Marcus Müller; Isabelle Gunselmann
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The present study evaluated the treatment outcomes of an outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation facility in the period 2013–2016. The results provide clear improvements for all diagnosis subgroups in the … For more see I244809

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Feasibility and efficacy of a multidimensional strategy to promote physical activity inacute stroke patients
Author(s): I. García-Bouyssou; J. Queralt; X. Urra; J.A. Cruz; A. Alba; S. Rudilosso; A. Renú; L. Llull; S. Amaro; V. Obach
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The objective of this study was to describe the feasibility, safety, and efficacy of a multidimensional approach to promote physical activity soon after ischemic stroke. This was a case-control study … For more see I244796

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Identification of Severe Work-Related Problems Using the SIMBO Screening. A Synopsis of Four Cohort Studies
Author(s): Marco Streibelt
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this paper is to summarize the evidence of the diagnostic accuracy of the screening instrument SIMBO (Screeninginstrument zur Erkennung einer medizinisch-beruflich orientierte Rehabilitation) … For more see I244797

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Decompressive Craniectomy: Early Rehabilitation Outcome Six Months After Severe Brain Injury
Author(s): Marcela Lippert-Gruener; Christoph Wedekind
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact on patients’ outcome of decompressive craniectomy with duraplasty in the case of increased intracranial pressure following severe traumatic brain … For more see I244792

Search Strategy: Stroke

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Feasibility and efficacy of a multidimensional strategy to promote physical activity inacute stroke patients
Author(s): I. García-Bouyssou; J. Queralt; X. Urra; J.A. Cruz; A. Alba; S. Rudilosso; A. Renú; L. Llull; S. Amaro; V. Obach
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The objective of this study was to describe the feasibility, safety, and efficacy of a multidimensional approach to promote physical activity soon after ischemic stroke. This was a case-control study … For more see I244796

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Development of a 3D, networked multi-user virtual reality environment for home therapy after stroke
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 15(88) 13 pages
Project(s): H133E070013
Author(s): Triandafilou, Kristen M.; Tsoupikova, Daria; Barry, Alexander J.; Thielbar, Kelly N.; Stoykov, Nikolay; Kamper, Derek G.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the development and testing of a three-dimensional (3D) virtual-reality environment (VRE) for home-based therapy in which multiple, remote users can interact in real time. Within this … For more see J79960

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Efficacy of bedside respiratory muscle training in patients with stroke: A randomized controlled trial
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(10), 691-697 7 pages
Author(s): Yoo, Hyun-Joon; Pyun, Sung-Bom
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the efficacy of bedside respiratory muscle training on pulmonary function and stroke-related disabilities in stroke rehabilitation. Forty patients with stroke in a rehabilitation unit … For more see J79914

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Discharge patterns for ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke patients going from acute care hospitals to inpatient and skilled nursing rehabilitation
American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(9), 636-645 10 pages
Author(s): Hong, Ickpyo; Karmarkar, Amol; Chan, Winston; Kuo, Yong-Fang; Mallinson, Trudy; Ottenbacher, Kenneth J.; Goodwin, James S.; Andersen, Clark R.; Reistetter, Timothy A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored variation in acute care use of inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs) and skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) rehabilitation after ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. A secondary analysis … For more see J79925

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[Database] Documents in the REHABDATA database added last month (November)

REHABDATA-Connection, from the National Rehabilitation Information Center, includes new documents in the REHABDATA database added last month. Below are abstracts related to the topics I have selected. To browse all new acquisitions, visit https://www.naric.com/?q=en/NewAcquisitions.

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Search Strategy: Advocacy/self help

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Scientific journals are not advocacy organization
Physical Therapy, 98(9), 731-732 2 pages
Author(s): Jette, Alan M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This editorial addresses a letter to the editor written by Dr. Olaoye Akinyemi and that is being published in this issue of Physical Therapy Journal (PTJ). The author disagrees with Dr. Akinyemi’s apparent … For more see J79725

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Description of YESHealth: A consumer-directed intervention in a randomized trial of methods to improve quality of care for persons with disability
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 545-554 10 pages
Author(s): Iezzoni, Lisa I.; Heaphy, Dennis; Warsett, Kimberley S.; Marsella, Sarah A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes an intervention where people with disability engage other people with disability, develop their own metrics to assess their care, and provide these care evaluations directly to primary … For more see J79884

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The relationship between frailty and the subjective decision to conduct a goals of care discussion with burned elders
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(1), 82-88 7 pages
Author(s): Madni, Tarik D.; Nakonezny, Paul A.; Wolf, Steven E.; Joseph, Bellal; Mohler, Jane; Imran, Jonathan B.; Clark, Audra .; Arnoldo, Brett D.; Phelan, Herb A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the influence of patient factors, including discussion of goals of care (GoC), associated with frailty among burned older adults. It was hypothesized that a frail appearance was a factor … For more see J79811

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Changing physical activity behavior in people with multiple sclerosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2059-2075 17 pages
Author(s): Casey, Blathin; Coote, Susan; Hayes, Sara; Gallagher, Stephen
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study systematically review the literature on behavioral interventions for people with multiple sclerosis (MS) that aim to change physical activity (PA) behavior, and explored whether these interventions … For more see J79830

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Mobility is a fundamental human right: Factors predicting attitudes toward self-directed mobility
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 562-567 6 pages
Author(s): Logan, Samuel W.; Bogart, Kathleen R.; Ross, Samantha M.; Woekel, Erica
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored how demographic factors, contact with people with disabilities, attitudes toward people with disabilities, and alignment with social or medical models of disability predict attitudes toward … For more see J79886

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Health Care Organization – The New German S3-Guideline on Alcohol-Related Disorders and its Relevance for Health Care
Author(s): Arthur Günthner; Volker Weissinger; Heribert Fleischmann; Clemens Veltrup; Bettina Jäpel; Gerhard Längle; Klaus Amann; Eva Hoch; Karl Mann
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This article outlines the development of the German guideline “Screening, Diagnostics and Treatment of Alcohol-Related Disorders.” The guideline was developed over four years within the framework of the … For more see I244743

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Development of a trauma case formulation framework(TCFF): The case formulation approach for trauma-focused psychotherapy
Author(s): Hyesun Joo
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of the present study was to develop a trauma case formulation framework (TCFF) tool that allows clinicians to constructively organize trauma-related information to better understand clients’ … For more see I244762

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The Effectiveness of the Self-compassion Enhancement Program
Author(s): Se-Ran Park; Hoon-Jin Lee
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of a self-compassion enhancement program and a self-enhancement program. To this end, 14 young adults participated in a self-enhancement program, … For more see I244776

Search Strategy: Assistive technology/devices

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An Exploratory Study on the Possibilities and Limitations of Online Psychotherapy
Author(s): DongHun Lee; Juyeon Kim; Jin Joo Kim
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: The objectives of this study were to understand the characteristics of online psychotherapy and to present its possibilities and limitations. To this end, 132 academic articles was reviewed and analyzed. … For more see I244757

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Spinal Cord Infarction: Case Report and Literature Review
Author(s): Maria Pais Carvalho Correio; Anabela Ferreira; Vera Ermida; Irina Peixoto; Pedro Teixeira; Mário Ferreira Vaz; Nelson Albuquerque; Jorge Caldas
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: This paper presents two cases of acute spinal cord ischemia syndrome admitted at a Rehabilitation Department and compares their clinical features with current literature studies. Acute spinal cord ischemia … For more see I244736

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Developing and Implementing Educational Support Plans for Special Classroom of Students with Severe and Multiple Disabilities through Professional Learning Community
Author(s): Park, Insook; Lee, Youngsun
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was twofold: (1) to develop an educational support plan based on the needs of teachers working with students with severe and multiple disabilities(SMD) at special classrooms … For more see I244681

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A proposal for a unified framework for the design of technologies for people with learning difficulties
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 25-40 16 pages
Author(s): Seale, Jane; Garcia-Carrisoza, Helena; Rix, Jonty; Sheehy, Kieron; Hayhoe, Simon
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This literature review was conducted to identify and synthesize common technology design principles and to propose a unified design framework that can inform the design of technologies for people with … For more see J79806

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Automation of audio descriptions of large bar charts for persons with visual impairment: Prototyping and proof of concept
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 53-62 10 pages
Author(s): Gunnarsson, Celie; Hammenberg, Julia; Bornemalm, Karolina; Rassmus-Grohn, Kirsten
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed a proof-of-concept prototype for the automated audio description of large data sets (up to 100 data points) that can be used by people with visual impairment. Current guidelines for accessing … For more see J79807

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Perspectives of individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury concerning the usability of lower limb exoskeletons: An exploratory study
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 63-76 14 pages
Author(s): Lajeunesse, Veronique; Routhier, Francois; Vincent, Claude; Lettre, Josiane; Michaud, Francois
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the perspectives of individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI) concerning the usability of lower-limb exoskeletons. A qualitative exploratory study was conducted using semi-structured … For more see J79808

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Increasing physical activity in stroke survivors using STARFISH, an interactive smartphone application: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 77-82 6 pages
Author(s): Paul, Lorna; Campbell, Evan; Gray, Cindy; Brewster, Stephen; Ramsay, Andrew; Gill, Jason M. R.; McFayden, Angus; Dybus, Aleksandra
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents the protocol for a single-blind, randomized controlled trial that will examine the effect of the STARFISH intervention on physical activity (PA) in stroke survivors, compared to usual … For more see J79809

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ADSTEP: Preliminary investigation of a multicomponent walking aid program in people with multiple sclerosis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2050-2058 9 pages
Author(s): Martini, Douglas N.; Zeeboer, Eline; Hildebrand, Andrea; Fling, Brett W.; Hugos, Cinda L.; Cameron, Michelle H.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effect of the Assistive Device Selection, Training and Education Program (ADSTEP) on falls and walking and sitting activity in people with multiple sclerosis (PwMS). Forty PwMS using … For more see J79829

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Use of virtual technology as an intervention for wheelchair skills training: A systematic review
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2313-2341 29 pages
Author(s): Lam, Jean-Francois; Gosselin, Laurent; Rushton, Paula W.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This review provides a comprehensive description of the current state of knowledge regarding the use of virtual technology (VT) for wheelchair skills training. The Cochrane Library, MEDLINE, CINAHL, Embase, … For more see J79854

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The hybrid assistive limb® intervention for a postoperative patient with spinal dural arteriovenous fistula and chronic spinal cord injury: A case study
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 710-717 8 pages
Author(s): Shimizu, Yukiyo; Nakai, Kei; Kadone, Hideki; Yamauchi, Shunsuke; Kubota, Shigeki; Ueno, Tomoyuki; Marushima, Aiki; Hiruta, Kayp; Endo, Ayumu; Kawamoto, Hiroaki; Matsumura, Akira; Sankai, Yoshiyuki; Hada, Yasushi; Yamazaki, Masashi
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the improvement in walking ability using the Hybrid Assistive Limb® (HAL®) intervention in the case of a patient with paraplegia after spinal cord injury (SCI) whose condition deteriorated … For more see J79863

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A physical therapist-administered physical activity intervention after total knee replacement: Protocol for a randomized controlled trial
Physical Therapy, 98(7), 578-584 7 pages
Author(s): Christiansen, Meredith B.; Thoma, Louise M.; Master, Hiral; Schmitt, Laura A.; Pohlig, Ryan; White, Daniel K.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents the protocol for a randomized controlled trial (RCT) to investigate the efficacy, fidelity, and safety of a physical therapist-administered physical activity (PA) intervention for people … For more see J79714

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Accuracy of acitivity trackers in Parkinson disease: Should we prescribe them?
Physical Therapy, 98(8), 705-714 10 pages
Author(s): Wendel, Nicholas; Macpherson, Chelsea E.; Webber, Karoline; Hendron, Kathryn; DeAngelis, Tamara; Colon-Semenza, Cristina; Ellis, Terry
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the accuracy of 4 consumer-grade activity trackers in individuals with Parkinson disease (PD) while ambulating during continuous and discontinuous walking tasks. Thirty-three people … For more see J79723

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Normative data for the BTrackS balance test of postural sway: Results from 16,357 community-dwelling individuals who were 5 to 100 years old
Physical Therapy, 98(9), 779-785 7 pages
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study provides the first set of normative data for the Balance Tracking System (BTrackS) Balance Test (BBT) of postural sway. Postural sway is routinely assessed because increased postural sway is associated … For more see J79729

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Reliability and validity of the sway balance mobile application for measurement of postural sway in people with Parkinson disease
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 147-154 8 pages
Author(s): Fiems, Connie L.; Dugan, Eric L.; Moore, Elizabeth S.; Combs-Miller, Stephanie A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed examined the test-retest reliability of the Sway Balance™ mobile application in measuring postural sway in individuals with Parkinson disease, the concurrent validity of Sway Balance™ with … For more see J79792

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Walking and balance outcomes for stroke survivors: A randomized clinical trial comparing body-weight-supported treadmill training with versus without challenging mobility skills
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabiliation, 15(92) 9 pages
Project(s): H133G120297
Author(s): Graham, Sarah A.; Roth, Elliot J.; Brown, David A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared walking and balance outcomes of chronic stroke survivors performing body-weight-supported treadmill training (BWSTT) versus BWSTT including challenging mobility skills. This single-blind … For more see J79817

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A comparative study of the ReCell device and autologous split-thickness meshed skin graft in the treatment of acute injuries
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 694-702 9 pages
Author(s): Holmes IV, James H.; Molnar, Joseph A.; Carter, Jeffrey E.; Hwang, James; Cairns, Bruce A.; King, Booker T.; Smith, David J.; Cruse, C. Wayne; Foster, Kevin N.; Peck, Michael D.; Sood, Rajiv; Feldman, Michael J.; Jordan, Marion H.; Mozingo, David W.; Greenhalgh, David G.; Palmieri, Tina L.; Griswold, John A.; Dissanaike, Sharmila; Hickerson, William L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the clinical performance of autologous skin cell suspension (ASCS) versus meshed split-thickness skin grafts (STSG) for the treatment of deep partial-thickness burn injuries. Early excision … For more see J79952

25 of 330
Measurement of Muscular Load with sEMG in Using Different Computer Input Devices – A Pilot Study
Author(s): Maria Nisser; Steffen Derlien; Ulrich C. Smolenski; Norman Best
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this pilot study is to examine if the ergonomic computer mouse shows less muscular load than other input devices. The major issue is to clarify if muscular load is different when comparing … For more see I244767

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Technology in Teaching Children With Cerebral Palsy
Author(s): Ana Irene Alves de OLIVEIRA; Grauben José Alves de ASSIS; Marilice Fernandes GAROTTI
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of computerized procedures for teaching conditional relationships with pictures and words printed on generalized recombinational reading with four children … For more see I244772

Search Strategy: Attitudes/feelings

27 of 330
Effects of Perceived Childhood Parental Care and Overprotection on Depression of Female College Students: Mediating Roles of Self-Esteem and Dysfunctinal Beliefs
Author(s): GiBaeg Han
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This study aimed to examine psychological pathways in which parental care and overprotection in childhood predict adulthood depression through low self-esteem and dysfunctional beliefs. A total of 381 … For more see I244764

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Relax while you rehabilitate: A pilot study integrating a novel yoga-based mindfulness group intervention into a residential military brain injury rehabilitation program
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 182-193 12 pages
Author(s): Combs, Martha A.; Critchfield, Edan A.; Soble, Jason R.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the feasibility and effectiveness of integrating a group-based, mindfulness intervention in a residential rehabilitation setting, with specific focus on assessing participants’ self-report … For more see J79783

29 of 330
The impact of stigma on community reintegration of veterans with traumatic brain injury and the well-being of their caregivers
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2222-2229 8 pages
Author(s): Phelan,Sean M.; Bangerter, Lauren R.; Friedemann-Sanchez, Greta; Lackore, Kandace A.; Morris, Megan A.; Van Houtven, Courtney H.; Carlson, Kathleen F.; van Ryn, Michelle; Harden, Kristin J.; Griffin, Joan M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the influence of perceived stigma and discrimination on caregiver strain, caregiver well-being, and patient community reintegration among 564 informal caregivers of United States (U.S.) … For more see J79844

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Complementary alternative medicine practices and beliefs in spinal cord injury and non-spinal cord injured individuals
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 659-666 8 pages
Author(s): Rudra, Renuka T.; Farkas, Gary J.; Haidar, Shahd; Slavoski, Kristin E.; Lokey, Nancy E.; Hudson, Timothy R.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the beliefs and practices of individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI), their friends and family members (F&F-SCI), and healthcare professionals (HCP) regarding complementary alternative … For more see J79869

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Mobility is a fundamental human right: Factors predicting attitudes toward self-directed mobility
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 562-567 6 pages
Author(s): Logan, Samuel W.; Bogart, Kathleen R.; Ross, Samantha M.; Woekel, Erica
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored how demographic factors, contact with people with disabilities, attitudes toward people with disabilities, and alignment with social or medical models of disability predict attitudes toward … For more see J79886

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Attitudes towards motherhood of women with physical versus psychiatric disabilities
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 612-617 6 pages
Author(s): Hasson-Ohayon, Ilanit; Hason-Shaked, Meiran; Silberg, Tamar; Shpigelman, Carmit-Noa; Roe, David
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether the relationship between a woman’s type of disability (psychiatric versus. physical) and whether the social attitude towards her would be moderated by her being presented as a mother. … For more see J79893

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Return to Work and Stay at Work – The Question of Successful Operational Integration Management
Author(s): Heike Ohlbrecht; Carsten Detka; Susanne Kuczyk; Bianca Lange
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to determine how the design of operational integration management (OIM) can be optimized, especially in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and how previous experience … For more see I244735

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Admission and Permanence of Students with Disabilities in Brazilian Public Universities
Author(s): Sabrina Fernandes de CASTRO; Maria Amelia ALMEIDA
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this study was to identify actions and initiatives of Brazilian public universities regarding the admission and permanence of students with disabilities in higher education, for the purpose … For more see I244785

Search Strategy: Blindness/visual impairments

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Interaction Among Visually Impaired Children in Play Groups
Author(s): Letícia Coelho RUIZ; Cecília Guarnieri BATISTA
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: In the present study, modes of child-child interaction and of adult intervention in make-believe group play were analyzed. This research was motivated by the observation that studies about play and development … For more see I244766

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Increasing physical activity in stroke survivors using STARFISH, an interactive smartphone application: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 77-82 6 pages
Author(s): Paul, Lorna; Campbell, Evan; Gray, Cindy; Brewster, Stephen; Ramsay, Andrew; Gill, Jason M. R.; McFayden, Angus; Dybus, Aleksandra
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents the protocol for a single-blind, randomized controlled trial that will examine the effect of the STARFISH intervention on physical activity (PA) in stroke survivors, compared to usual … For more see J79809

37 of 330
Walking and balance outcomes for stroke survivors: A randomized clinical trial comparing body-weight-supported treadmill training with versus without challenging mobility skills
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabiliation, 15(92) 9 pages
Project(s): H133G120297
Author(s): Graham, Sarah A.; Roth, Elliot J.; Brown, David A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared walking and balance outcomes of chronic stroke survivors performing body-weight-supported treadmill training (BWSTT) versus BWSTT including challenging mobility skills. This single-blind … For more see J79817

38 of 330
Automation of audio descriptions of large bar charts for persons with visual impairment: Prototyping and proof of concept
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 53-62 10 pages
Author(s): Gunnarsson, Celie; Hammenberg, Julia; Bornemalm, Karolina; Rassmus-Grohn, Kirsten
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study developed a proof-of-concept prototype for the automated audio description of large data sets (up to 100 data points) that can be used by people with visual impairment. Current guidelines for accessing … For more see J79807

Search Strategy: Brain injuries

39 of 330
Characterization of reactions to laterally directed perturbations in people with chronic stroke
Physical Therapy, 98(7), 585-594 10 pages
Author(s): Schinkel-Ivy, Alison; Aqui, Anthony; Danells, Cynthia J.; Mansfield, Avril
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined differences in reactive balance control in response to laterally directed perturbations in people with chronic stroke, based on perturbation direction and ability to step with either limb. … For more see J79715

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Contributions of ankle, knee, hip, and trunk muscle function to gait performance in people with multiple sclerosis: A cross-sectional analysis
Physical Therapy, 98(7), 595-604 10 pages
Author(s): Manago, Mark M.; Hebert, Jeffrey R.; Kittelson, John; Schenkman, Margaret
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the influence of lower-extremity and trunk muscle function on gait performance in 72 people with multiple sclerosis (MS): 36 with mild disability and 36 with moderate disability. Eleven … For more see J79716

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Effectiveness of and user experience with web-based interventions in increasing physical activity levels in people with multiple sclerosis: A systematic review
Physical Therapy, 98(8), 679-690 12 pages
Author(s): Dennett, Rachel; Gunn, Hilary; Freeman, Jennifer A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study systematically reviewed current evidence regarding the effectiveness and user experience of web-based interventions in increasing physical activity in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). MEDLINE, … For more see J79721

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Characterization of balance control after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury: A longitudinal recovery study
Physical Therapy, 98(9), 786-795 10 pages
Author(s): Perez, Olinda H.; Green, Robin E.; Mochizuki, George
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study characterized the trajectory of balance recovery after moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), with a focus on measuring postural asymmetry. Data were collected from 45 participants with … For more see J79730

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Causes of death after traumatic spinal cord injury — a 70-year British study
Spinal Cord (formerly Paraplegia), 55(), 891-897 7 pages
Author(s): Savic, G.; DeVivo, M. J.; Frankel, H. L.; Jamous, M. A.; Soni, B. M.; Charlifue, S.
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the causes of death after traumatic spinal cord injury (tSCI) in people surviving the first year post injury, and established any trend over time. The sample consisted of 5483 patients … For more see J79781

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Relax while you rehabilitate: A pilot study integrating a novel yoga-based mindfulness group intervention into a residential military brain injury rehabilitation program
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 182-193 12 pages
Author(s): Combs, Martha A.; Critchfield, Edan A.; Soble, Jason R.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the feasibility and effectiveness of integrating a group-based, mindfulness intervention in a residential rehabilitation setting, with specific focus on assessing participants’ self-report … For more see J79783

45 of 330
Predicting treatment response to cognitive rehabilitation in military service members with mild traumatic brain injury
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 194-204 11 pages
Author(s): Vanderploeg, Rodney D.; Cooper, Douglas B.; Curtiss, Glenn; Kennedy, Jan E.; Tate, David F.; Bowles, Amy O.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified factors that affect responsiveness to cognitive rehabilitation (CR) interventions in military service members who sustained mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). One hundred twenty-six … For more see J79784

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The telephone effect: Overcoming initiation deficits in two settings
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 215-220 6 pages
Author(s): Vickers, Kayci L.; Keesler, Michael E.; Williams, Kelli S.; Charles, Jeremy Y.; Hamilton, Roy H.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article provides step-by-step instructions for eliciting the telephone effect with two populations within which disorders of motivation are seen: acute inpatients following brain injury and assisted living … For more see J79786

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Gender differences in depression among veterans with spinal cord injury
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 221-229 9 pages
Author(s): Wilson, Catherine S.; Nasar, Stephanie L.; Ottomanelli, Lisa; Barnett, Scott D.; Njoh, Eni
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified demographic and clinical characteristics of veterans with spinal cord injury (SCI), investigated gender differences in lifetime depression and depressive symptom severity, and explored … For more see J79787

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Design of an early intervention for persistent post-concussion symptoms in adolescents and young adults: A feasibility study
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 155-167 13 pages
Author(s): Thastum, Mille M.; Rask, Charlotte U.; Naess-Schmidt, Erhard T.; Jensen, Jens S.; Frederiksen, Oana-Veronica; Tuborgh, Astrid; Svendsen, Susanne W.; Nielsen, Joergen F.; Schroder, Andreas
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the feasibility of a new intervention for young patients with persistent post-concussion symptoms (PCS) and long-term changes after intervention. Thirty-two patients (ages 15–30 years) … For more see J79793

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Preinjury employment status as a risk factor for symptomatology and disability in mild traumatic brain injury: A TRACK-TBI analysis
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 169-182 14 pages
Author(s): Yue, John K.; Rick, Jonathan W.; Morrissey, Molly R.; Taylor, Sabrina R.; Deng, Hansen; Suen, Catherine G.; Vassar, Mary J.; Cnossen, Maryse C.; Lingsma, Hester F.; Yuh, Esther L.; Mukherjee, Pratik; Gardner, Raquel C.; Valadka, Alex B.; Okonkwo, David O.; Cage, Tene A.; Manley, Geoffrey T.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study analyzed patients with mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) from the TRACK-TBI Pilot study to characterize comorbidities and injury patterns according to preinjury employment status. Preinjury employment … For more see J79794

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Flow experience enhances the effectiveness of attentional training: A pilot randomized controlled trial of patients with attention deficits after traumatic brain injury
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 183-193 11 pages
Author(s): Yoshida, Kazuki; Ogawa, Keita; Mototani, Takuroh; Inagaki, Yuji; Sawamura, Daisuke; Ikoma, Katsunori; Sakai, Shinya
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the additional effect of flow during attentional training on attention deficits for chronic patients after traumatic brain injury. Flow is an optimal psychological state when people … For more see J79795

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Hemianopia after stroke: A randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of a standardized versus an individualized rehabilitation program, on scanning ability whilst walking
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 201-209 9 pages
Author(s): Crotty, Maria; van den Berg, Maayken; Hayes, Allison; Chen, Celia; Lange, Kylie; George, Stacey
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effectiveness of a standardized program versus current individualized therapy in patients with homonymous hemianopia, a loss of perception of the right or left half of the visual field … For more see J79797

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Sleep disturbances negatively affect balance and gait function in post-stroke patients
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 211-218 8 pages
Author(s): Moon, Hyun I.; Yoon, Seo Y.; Jeong, Yoon J.; Cho, Tae H.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the impact of sleep disturbance on balance and gait function after stroke. One hundred forty patients with first-ever stroke were retrospectively evaluated. The patients were divided into … For more see J79798

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Mobility, balance and balance confidence — correlations with daily living of individuals with and without mild proprioception deficits post-stroke
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 219-226 8 pages
Author(s): Rand, Debbie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared mobility, balance, and balance confidence (BC) with independence in basic and instrumental activities of daily living (BADL and IADL) of individuals with and without mild proprioception … For more see J79799

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The effects of robot-assisted gait training using virtual reality and auditory stimulation on balance and gait abilities in persons with stroke
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 227-235 9 pages
Author(s): Park, Jaeho; Chung, Yijung
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of robot-assisted gait training (RAGT) using virtual reality and auditory stimulation on balance and gait abilities in stroke patients. Forty subjects were randomly divided … For more see J79800

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Effects of water-based and land-based exercises on walking and balance function of patients with hemiplegia
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 237-246 10 pages
Author(s): Eyvaz, Nuran; Dundar, Umit; Yesil, Hilal
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether the water-based exercise (WBE) program applied in combination with the land-based exercises (LBE) contributes to the motor functions, walking, balance functions and quality … For more see J79801

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Vestibular rehabilitation training in patients with subacute stroke: A preliminary randomized controlled trial
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 247-254 8 pages
Author(s): Tramontano, Marco; Bergamini, Elena; Iosa, Marco; Belluscio, Valeria; Vannozzi, Giuseppe; Morone, Giovanni
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effect of customized vestibular rehabilitation training on gait stability of patients with subacute stroke. Vestibular rehabilitation consists of a patient-centered exercise program … For more see J79802

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A systematic review and meta-analysis of the efficacy of custom game based virtual rehabilitation in improving physical functioning of patients with acquired brain injury
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 1-23 23 pages
Author(s): Tay, Ee L.; Lee, Shaun W. H.; Yong, Geok H.; Wong, Chee P.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the effectiveness of customized, game-based virtual rehabilitation for the physical recovery of patients with acquired brain injury. PubMed, MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, CENTRAL, PsycINFO and … For more see J79805

58 of 330
Increasing physical activity in stroke survivors using STARFISH, an interactive smartphone application: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 77-82 6 pages
Author(s): Paul, Lorna; Campbell, Evan; Gray, Cindy; Brewster, Stephen; Ramsay, Andrew; Gill, Jason M. R.; McFayden, Angus; Dybus, Aleksandra
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents the protocol for a single-blind, randomized controlled trial that will examine the effect of the STARFISH intervention on physical activity (PA) in stroke survivors, compared to usual … For more see J79809

59 of 330
Guidelines for adult stroke rehabilitation and recovery: A guideline for healthcare professionals from the American heart association/American stroke association
Stroke, 47(6), e98-e169 82 pages
Author(s): Winstein, Carolee J.; Stein, Joel; Arena, Ross; Bates, Barbara; Cherney, Leora R.; Cramer, Steven C.; Deruyter, Frank; Eng, Janice J.; Fisher, Beth; Harvey, Richard L.; Lang, Catherine E.; MacKay-Lyons, Marilyn; Ottenbacher, Kenneth J.; Pugh, Sue; Reeves, Mathew J.; Richards, Lorie G.; Stiers, William; Zorowitz, Richard D.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this guideline is to provide a synopsis of best clinical practices in the rehabilitative care of adults recovering from stroke. Stroke rehabilitation requires a sustained and coordinated effort … For more see J79810

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Walking and balance outcomes for stroke survivors: A randomized clinical trial comparing body-weight-supported treadmill training with versus without challenging mobility skills
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabiliation, 15(92) 9 pages
Project(s): H133G120297
Author(s): Graham, Sarah A.; Roth, Elliot J.; Brown, David A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared walking and balance outcomes of chronic stroke survivors performing body-weight-supported treadmill training (BWSTT) versus BWSTT including challenging mobility skills. This single-blind … For more see J79817

61 of 330
Relationship between physiological and perceived fall risk in people with multiple sclerosis: Implications for assessment and management
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2022-2029 8 pages
Author(s): Gunn, Hilary; Cameron, Michelle; Hoang, Phu; Lord, Stephen; Shaw, Steve; Freeman, Jennifer
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the relationship between physiological and perceived fall risk in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). Data for 416 people with MS were obtained from prospective cohort studies undertaken … For more see J79825

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Dynamic balance is related to physiological impairments in persons with multiple sclerosis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2030-2037 8 pages
Author(s): Peebles, Alexander T.; Bruetsch, Adam P.; Lynch, Sharon G.; Huisinga, Jessie M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared physiological impairments between people with multiple sclerosis (MS) with and without a history of falls, and investigated the relationship between physiological impairments and dynamic … For more see J79826

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Energetic cost of walking and its physiological correlates in persons with multiple sclerosis who have moderate mobility disability
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2038-2044 7 pages
Author(s): Jeng, Brenda; Sandroff, Brian M.; Motl, Robert W.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined aerobic capacity, upper-leg muscular strength, and static postural control as correlates and predictors of the energetic cost of walking (Cw) in 44 people with multiple sclerosis (MS) who … For more see J79827

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Diagnostic and clinical utility of the GAD-2 for screening anxiety symptoms in individuals with multiple sclerosis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2045-2049 5 pages
Author(s): Hughes, Abbey J.; Dunn, Katherine M.; Chaffee, Trisha; Bhattarai, Jagriti (Jacki); Beier, Meghan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the diagnostic and clinical utility of the 2-item Generalized Anxiety Disorder Scale (GAD-2) for screening anxiety symptoms in 99 individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS). Participants … For more see J79828

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ADSTEP: Preliminary investigation of a multicomponent walking aid program in people with multiple sclerosis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2050-2058 9 pages
Author(s): Martini, Douglas N.; Zeeboer, Eline; Hildebrand, Andrea; Fling, Brett W.; Hugos, Cinda L.; Cameron, Michelle H.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effect of the Assistive Device Selection, Training and Education Program (ADSTEP) on falls and walking and sitting activity in people with multiple sclerosis (PwMS). Forty PwMS using … For more see J79829

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Changing physical activity behavior in people with multiple sclerosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2059-2075 17 pages
Author(s): Casey, Blathin; Coote, Susan; Hayes, Sara; Gallagher, Stephen
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study systematically review the literature on behavioral interventions for people with multiple sclerosis (MS) that aim to change physical activity (PA) behavior, and explored whether these interventions … For more see J79830

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Information/education page: The ABCs for nutrition poststroke: An evidence-based practice guide for rehabilitation professionals
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2125-2127 3 pages
Author(s): Phadke, Chetan P.; Schwartz, Jaclyn; Vuagnat, Hubert; Philippou, Elena
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents information to educate rehabilitation professionals on best nutritional practices for patients who survive a stroke. Rehabilitation professionals are trained to assist patients to recover … For more see J79833

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Social competence treatment after traumatic brain injury: A multicenter, randomized controlled trial of interactive group treatment versus noninteractive treatment
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2131-2142 12 pages
Author(s): Harrison-Felix, Cynthia; Newman, Jody K.; Hawley, Lenore; Morey, Clare; Ketchum, Jessica M.; Walker, William C.; Bell, Kathleen R.; Millis, Scott R.; Braden, Cynthia; Malec, James; Hammond, Flora M.; Eagye, C. B.; Howe, Laura
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effectiveness of group interactive structured treatment (GIST) with an alternative non-interactive treatment for improving social competence in a diverse sample of civilians and veterans … For more see J79834

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Extracorporeal shock waves versus botulinum toxin type A in the treatment of poststroke upper limb spasticity: A randomized noninferiority trial
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2143-2150 12 pages
Author(s): Wu, Yah-Ting; Yu, Hui-Kung; Chen, Li-Ru; Chang, Chih-Ning; Chen, Yi-Min; Hu, Gwo-Chi
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is noninferior to botulinum toxin type A (BoNT-A) for the treatment of poststroke upper-limb spasticity. Forty-two patients with chronic … For more see J79835

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Best core stabilization for anticipatory postural adjustment and falls in hemiparetic stroke
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2168-2174 7 pages
Author(s): Lee, Nam G.; You, Joshua (Sung) H.; Yi, Chung H.; Jeon, Hye S.; Choi, Bong S.; Lee, Dong R.; Park, Jae M.; Lee, Tae H.; Ryu, In T.; Yoon, Hyun S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of conventional core stabilization and dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS) on anticipatory postural adjustment (APA) time, balance performance, and fear of falls in 28 … For more see J79838

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Implementation of prescheduled follow-ups with education improve poststroke depression screening compliance in routine clinical practice
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2198-2202 5 pages
Author(s): Berg, Anu; Hujala, Maija; Kari, Pirkko; Tapiola, Tero
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the extent to which the mood of stroke patients is assessed and what kind of assessment methods are used in routine clinical practice, and whether prescheduled follow-ups including … For more see J79841

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Robot-guided neuronavigated repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in central neuropathic pain
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2203-2215 13 pages
Author(s): Quesada, Charles; Pommier, Benjamin; Fauchon, Camille; Bradley, Claire; Creac’h, Christelle; Vassal, Francois; Peyron, Roland
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: To confirm and extend previous results involving robot-guided, neuronavigated repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) aimed at alleviating refractory central neuropathic pain (CNP), this study … For more see J79842

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Go home, sit less: The impact of home versus hospital rehabilitation environment on activity levels of stroke survivors
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2216-2221, 2221.e1 7 pages
Author(s): Simpson, Dawn B.; Breslin, Monique; Cumming Toby; de Zoete, Sam; Gall, Seana L.; Schmidt, Matthew; English, Coralie; Callisaya, Michele L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether change in rehabilitation environment (hospital or home) and other factors influence time spent sitting upright and walking after stroke. Thirty-four participants with stroke were … For more see J79843

74 of 330
The impact of stigma on community reintegration of veterans with traumatic brain injury and the well-being of their caregivers
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2222-2229 8 pages
Author(s): Phelan,Sean M.; Bangerter, Lauren R.; Friedemann-Sanchez, Greta; Lackore, Kandace A.; Morris, Megan A.; Van Houtven, Courtney H.; Carlson, Kathleen F.; van Ryn, Michelle; Harden, Kristin J.; Griffin, Joan M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the influence of perceived stigma and discrimination on caregiver strain, caregiver well-being, and patient community reintegration among 564 informal caregivers of United States (U.S.) … For more see J79844

75 of 330
Gait and balance measures can identify change from a cerebrospinal fluid tap test in idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2244-2250 7 pages
Author(s): Barker, Karen L.; Hannink, Erin; Pemberton, Sam; Jenkins, Cathy
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the ability of patients with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus (iNPH) to accurately quantify change in their gait and balance symptoms from a cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) tap test (TT). … For more see J79846

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Systematic review of caregiver and dyad interventions after adult traumatic brain injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2342-2354 13 pages
Author(s): Kreitzer, Natalie; Kurowski, Brad G.; Bakas, Tamilyn
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study synthesized the literature on interventions designed to address the impact of traumatic brain injury (TB)I on adult patients and their family caregivers. TBI is a common injury that has a significant … For more see J79855

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A systematic review with meta-analysis of mindful exercises on rehabilitation outcomes among poststroke patients
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2355-2364 10 pages
Author(s): Zou, Liye; Sasaki, Jeffer E.; Zeng, Nan; Wang, Chaoyi; Sun, Li
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the available literature was conducted to examine whether mindful exercises are effective in improving sensory and motor functions after a stroke. Activities classified … For more see J79856

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Cluster analysis of vulnerable groups in acute traumatic brain injury rehabilitation
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2365-2369 5 pages
Project(s): H133A120100 , H133P120011
Author(s): Kucukboyaci, N. Erkut; Long, Coralynn; Smith, Michelle; Rath, Joseph F.; Bushnik, Tamara
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the membership of patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) in various “vulnerable group” clusters (e.g., homeless, unemployed, racial/ethnic minority) by using statistically robust clusters … For more see J79857

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Interdisciplinary approaches to facilitate return to driving and return to work in mild stroke: A position paper
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2378-2388 11 pages
Author(s): Burns, Suzanne P.; Schwartz, Jaclyn K.; Scott, Shannon L.; Devos, Hannes; Kovis, Mark; Hong, Ickpyo; Akinwuntan, Abiodun
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The Health and Wellness Task Force within the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Stroke Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group seeks to support current practice through this position paper … For more see J79860

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Invited commentary on “The report to Congress on the management of traumatic brain injury in children”
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2389-2391 3 pages
Author(s): Suskauer, Stacy J.; Houtrow, Amy J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently published “The Report to Congress on the Management of Traumatic Brain Injury in Children,” a 73-page comprehensive summary on the state of … For more see J79861

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Functional outcomes in patients with co-occurring traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury from an inpatient rehabilitation facility’s perspective
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 718-730 13 pages
Author(s): Garlanger, Kristin L.; Beck, Lisa A.; Cheville, Andrea L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the occurrence and severity of co-occurring traumatic brain injury (TBI) in people with traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI), i.e. dual diagnosis (DD), and described differences in functional … For more see J79864

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Spiritual well-being and quality of life in patients with spinal cord injury: A study from Iran
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 653-658 6 pages
Author(s): Hajiaghababaei, Marzieh; Saberi, Hooshang; Rahnama, Parvin; Montazeri, Ali
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the relationship between spiritual well-being and health-related quality of life (QOL) among patients with spinal cord injury (SCI). Participants were patients with SCI attending the Brain … For more see J79868

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Fatal innominate artery hemorrhage in a patient with tetraplegia: Case report and literature review
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 731-734 4 pages
Author(s): Qureshi, Ahmad Z.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents the case of an individual with tetraplegia and a tracheostomy who died as a result of innominate artery hemorrhage. This case highlights the possible causes and interventions associated … For more see J79875

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Quality of life and psychological well-being in the early stages of multiple sclerosis (MS): Importance of adopting a biopsychosocial model
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 555-561 7 pages
Author(s): Strober. L. B.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study adopted a biopsychosocial model in examining quality of life (QOL) among individuals in the early stages of multiple sclerosis (MS). Sixty-nine individuals with MS (34 with average to low QOL and … For more see J79885

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Epidemiology of hip fracture in nursing home residents with multiple sclerosis
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 591-597 7 pages
Author(s): Zhang, Tingting; Zullo, Andrew R.; Shireman, Theresa I.; Lee, Yoojin; Mor, Vincent; Liu, Qing; McDoneghy, Kevin W.; Daiello, Lori; Kiel, Douglas P.; Berry, Sarah D.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the incidence of hip fracture in nursing home (NH) residents with and without multiple sclerosis (MS), identified the risk factors for hip fracture in those with MS. A retrospective cohort … For more see J79890

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Upper Limb Spasticity: Efficacy and Safety Evaluation of Botulinum Toxin and GAS Usefulness – Retrospective Study
Author(s): Simão Serrano; João Constantino; Filipa Januário; Carla Amaral
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to evaluate clinical and functional responses to botulinum toxin type A (BoNT-A) administration in the treatment of upper limb (UL) focal spasticity. This was a descriptive, … For more see I244696

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Paroxysmal Autonomic Instability with Dystonia, a Rare Syndrome and a Rehabilitation Emergency – A Case Report
Author(s): Mónica Bettencourt; Virginia Reis; Isabel Batalha
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This study reports on a case of paroxysmal autonomic instability, a relatively rare complication of multiple central nervous system (CNS) lesions. The syndrome remains poorly understood, despite its unfavorable … For more see I244690

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A Case Study of Cerebral Palsy Registries in Europe, Australia, and USA
Author(s): Park, Hee Chan
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: This study investigated cerebral palsy registries in Europe, Australia, and USA in order to offer directions for establishing a cerebral palsy register system in Korea. To this end, a literature review … For more see I244668

Search Strategy: Burn injury

89 of 330
The relationship between frailty and the subjective decision to conduct a goals of care discussion with burned elders
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(1), 82-88 7 pages
Author(s): Madni, Tarik D.; Nakonezny, Paul A.; Wolf, Steven E.; Joseph, Bellal; Mohler, Jane; Imran, Jonathan B.; Clark, Audra .; Arnoldo, Brett D.; Phelan, Herb A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the influence of patient factors, including discussion of goals of care (GoC), associated with frailty among burned older adults. It was hypothesized that a frail appearance was a factor … For more see J79811

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Multicenter randomized controlled trial to assess an e-learning on acute burns management
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(1), 94-99 6 pages
Author(s): Egro, Francesco M.; Tayler-Grint, Louise C.; Vangala, Sai K.; Nwaiwu, Chibueze A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the effectiveness of an e-learning on acute burns management (“basic burns management” or BBM) compared with traditional teaching methods when introduced in different medical school settings … For more see J79812

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The role of mitochondrial stress in muscle wasting following severe burn trauma
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(1), 100-108 9 pages
Author(s): Ogunbileje, John O.; Herndon, David N.; Murton, Andrew J.; Porter, Craig
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Increased resting metabolic rate and skeletal muscle wasting are hallmarks of the pathophysiological stress response to severe burn trauma. However, whether these two responses occur independently in … For more see J79813

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Topical negative pressure wound therapy of burned hands: Functional outcomes
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(1), 121-128 8 pages
Author(s): Ehrl, Denis; Heidkrueger, Paul I.; Broer, P. Niclas; Erne, Holger C.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the long-term outcomes of patients with partial- and full-thickness burns of the hands treated with topical negative pressure wound (TNPW) therapy. Over a period of 72 months, 51 patients … For more see J79814

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Evaluating the effectiveness of end-tidal carbon dioxide monitoring during burn wound care in the nonintubated patient population
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(1), 141-147 7 pages
Author(s): Weimer, Samantha; Burleson, Justin; Mancuso, Mary; Bell, Cameron; Makic, Mary B. F.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined nurses’ sedation and analgesic therapy management of nonintubated patients during burn wound care when end-tidal carbon dioxide (EtCo2) was used. EtCo2 monitoring provides immediate feedback … For more see J79815

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Therapeutic use of stem cells in treatment of burn injuries
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(1), 175-182 8 pages
Author(s): Cheng, Jasmine Z.; Farrokhi, Ali; Ghahary, Aziz; Jalilim Reza B.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This review article highlight some recent developments in treatment of burn wounds employing stem cells. The authors compare and contrast the benefits and drawbacks to various sources of stem cells and … For more see J79816

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Systematic review of caregiver and dyad interventions after adult traumatic brain injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2342-2354 13 pages
Author(s): Kreitzer, Natalie; Kurowski, Brad G.; Bakas, Tamilyn
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study synthesized the literature on interventions designed to address the impact of traumatic brain injury (TB)I on adult patients and their family caregivers. TBI is a common injury that has a significant … For more see J79855

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Predicting the ability of wounds to heal given any burn size and fluid volume: An analytical approach
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 661-669 10 pages
Author(s): Liu, Nehemiah T.; Rizzo, Julie A.; Shields, Beth A.; Serio-Melvin, Maria L.; Christy, Robert J.; Salinas, Jose
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether open wound size can be predicted from fluid volume plus other significant factors over time, and evaluated how machine learning may perform in predicting open wound size. Various … For more see J79948

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Variation in national readmission patterns after burn inquiry
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 670-675 6 pages
Author(s): Eidelson, Sarah A.; Parreco, Joshua; Mulder, Michelle B.; Dharmaraja, Arjuna; Kaufman, Joyce I.; Proctor, Kenneth G.; Pizano, Louis R.; Schulman, Carl I.; Namias, Nicholas; Rattan, Rishi
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated nationwide hospital readmission rates, patterns, and associated costs related to hospitalization, including different hospitals, following adult burn injury. The 2010–2014 Nationwide Readmissions … For more see J79949

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Frostbite vs burns: Increased cost of care and use of hospital resources
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 676-679 4 pages
Author(s): Nygaard, Rachel M.; Endorf, Frederick W.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined differences in the hospital course of frostbite patients compared to those with burns limited to the hands and feet. A total of 3,208 patients with frostbite injury and those with isolated … For more see J79950

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Expert outpatient burn care in the home through mobile health technology
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 680-684 5 pages
Author(s): Garcia, Denise I.; Howard, H. Ryan; Cina, Robert A.; Patel, Sachin; Ruggiero, Ken; Treiber, Frank A.; Lesher, Aaron P.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the development and pilot testing of a novel mobile health technology, the Teleburn App (TBA), a novel smartphone application that enables the treatment of partial thickness burns while … For more see J79951

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A comparative study of the ReCell device and autologous split-thickness meshed skin graft in the treatment of acute injuries
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 694-702 9 pages
Author(s): Holmes IV, James H.; Molnar, Joseph A.; Carter, Jeffrey E.; Hwang, James; Cairns, Bruce A.; King, Booker T.; Smith, David J.; Cruse, C. Wayne; Foster, Kevin N.; Peck, Michael D.; Sood, Rajiv; Feldman, Michael J.; Jordan, Marion H.; Mozingo, David W.; Greenhalgh, David G.; Palmieri, Tina L.; Griswold, John A.; Dissanaike, Sharmila; Hickerson, William L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the clinical performance of autologous skin cell suspension (ASCS) versus meshed split-thickness skin grafts (STSG) for the treatment of deep partial-thickness burn injuries. Early excision … For more see J79952

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Frailty is associated with mortality in patients aged 50 years and older
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 703-707 5 pages
Author(s): Romanowski, Kathleen S.; Curtis, Eleanor; Palmieri, Tina L.; Greenhalgh, David G.; Sen, Soman
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the effects of frailty and burn injury on the middle-aged (age 50–64 years) and elderly (=65-years-old) adults. It was hypothesized that a patient’s preinjury frailty score (FS) will predict … For more see J79953

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A soft casting technique for managing pediatric hand and foot burns
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 760-765 6 pages
Author(s): Choi, Young M.; Nederveld, Cindy; Campbell, Kristen; Moulton, Steven
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the outcomes of using weekly dressing changes with a soft casting technique to manage pediatric hand and foot burns in the outpatient setting. A retrospective chart review was performed … For more see J79954

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The development and validity of the adults burn outcome questionnaire short form
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 771-779 9 pages
Project(s): 90DPBU0001 , H133A120034 , H133A130023
Author(s): Chen, Liang; Lee, Austin F.; Shapiro, Gabriel D.; Goverman, Jeremy; Faoro, Nicholas; Schneider, Jeffrey C.; Kazis, Lewis E.; Ryan, Colleen M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the development and evaluation of the validity of the Adult Burn Outcome Questionnaire (ABOQ), a brief measure that can be administered electronically to all burn survivors over the … For more see J79955

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Frostbite in the United States: An examination of the national burn repository and national trauma data bank
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 780-785 6 pages
Author(s): Nygaard, Rachel M.; Endorf, Frederick W.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the prevalence and characteristics of frostbite patients as well as trends in the treatment of frostbite in the United States. Frostbite is a form of thermal injury that can have devastating … For more see J79956

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Burn survivor quality of life and barriers to support program participation
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 823-830 8 pages
Author(s): Baldwin, Stephanie; Yuan, Haimao; Liao, Junlin; Grieve, Brian; Heard, Jason; Wibbenmeyer, Lucy A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified support service participation rates, barriers to participation, and quality of life (QOL) among burn survivors treated at a regional burn center. A survey of burn survivors over 18 years … For more see J79957

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Impacts of Psychological Burnout on Job Satisfaction of Special Education Teachers: Focused on the Mediating Effect of Social Support and Job Competence
Author(s): Kim, Eun-Ra; Park, Jae-Kook
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of psychological burnout of special education teachers on job satisfaction. In addition, the mediating effect of social support and job competence … For more see I244684

Search Strategy: Caregiving

107 of 330
The impact of stigma on community reintegration of veterans with traumatic brain injury and the well-being of their caregivers
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2222-2229 8 pages
Author(s): Phelan,Sean M.; Bangerter, Lauren R.; Friedemann-Sanchez, Greta; Lackore, Kandace A.; Morris, Megan A.; Van Houtven, Courtney H.; Carlson, Kathleen F.; van Ryn, Michelle; Harden, Kristin J.; Griffin, Joan M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the influence of perceived stigma and discrimination on caregiver strain, caregiver well-being, and patient community reintegration among 564 informal caregivers of United States (U.S.) … For more see J79844

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Systematic review of caregiver and dyad interventions after adult traumatic brain injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2342-2354 13 pages
Author(s): Kreitzer, Natalie; Kurowski, Brad G.; Bakas, Tamilyn
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study synthesized the literature on interventions designed to address the impact of traumatic brain injury (TB)I on adult patients and their family caregivers. TBI is a common injury that has a significant … For more see J79855

109 of 330
Go home, sit less: The impact of home versus hospital rehabilitation environment on activity levels of stroke survivors
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2216-2221, 2221.e1 7 pages
Author(s): Simpson, Dawn B.; Breslin, Monique; Cumming Toby; de Zoete, Sam; Gall, Seana L.; Schmidt, Matthew; English, Coralie; Callisaya, Michele L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether change in rehabilitation environment (hospital or home) and other factors influence time spent sitting upright and walking after stroke. Thirty-four participants with stroke were … For more see J79843

110 of 330
Expert outpatient burn care in the home through mobile health technology
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 680-684 5 pages
Author(s): Garcia, Denise I.; Howard, H. Ryan; Cina, Robert A.; Patel, Sachin; Ruggiero, Ken; Treiber, Frank A.; Lesher, Aaron P.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the development and pilot testing of a novel mobile health technology, the Teleburn App (TBA), a novel smartphone application that enables the treatment of partial thickness burns while … For more see J79951

Search Strategy: Information resources

111 of 330
Physical therapists’ ability to identify psychological factors and their self-reported competence to manage chronic low back pain
Physical Therapy, 98(6), 471-479 9 pages
Author(s): Brunner, Emanuel; Dankaerts, Wim; Meichtry, Andre; O’Sullivan, Kieran; Probst, Michel
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined physical therapists’ ability to allocate patients into risk stratification groups, assessed correlations between therapists’ assessments of psychological factors and patient questionnaires, … For more see J79708

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Physical impairments associated with post-intensive care syndrome: Systematic review based on the world health organization’s international classification of functioning, disability and health framework
Physical Therapy, 98(8), 631-645 15 pages
Author(s): Ohtake, Patricia J.; Lee, Alan C.; Scott, Jacqueline C.; Hinman, Rana S.; Ali, Naeem A.; Hinkson, Carl R.; Needham, Dale M.; Shutter, Lori; Smith-Gabai, Helene; Spires, Mary C.; Thiele, Alecia; Wiencek, Clareen; Smith, James M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This systematic review examined the scope and magnitude of physical problems associated with post-intensive care syndrome (PICS) during the first year after critical illness based on the International … For more see J79719

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Body structure, function, activity, and participation in 3- to 6-year-old children born very preterm: An ICF-based systematic review and meta-analysis
Physical Therapy, 98(8), 691-704 14 pages
Author(s): FitzGerald, Tara L.; Kwong, Amanda K. L.; Cheong, Jeanie L. Y.; McGinley, Jennifer L.; Doyle, Lex W.; Spittle, Alicia J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This review identified and compared motor outcomes of 3- to 6-year-old children born very preterm (VP) and children born full-term (FT) within the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, … For more see J79722

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Challenging questions regarding the international standards
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 684-690 7 pages
Author(s): Solinsky, Ryan; Kirshblum, Steven C.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article highlights questions with regards to the International Standards for Neurological Classification of Spinal Cord Injury (ISNCSCI) and provides historical perspectives to help spinal cord injury … For more see J79872

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Influence of chronic pain in physical activity of children with cerebral palsy
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 113-123 11 pages
Author(s): Riquelme, Immaculada; do Rosario, Raphael S.; Vehmaskoski, Kari; Natumen, Pekka; Montoya, Pedro
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the influence of chronic pain in physical activity of children with cerebral palsy (CP) and their typically developing peers (TDP). Twenty-four-hour heart rate was registered in four … For more see J79789

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Information/education page: The ABCs for nutrition poststroke: An evidence-based practice guide for rehabilitation professionals
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2125-2127 3 pages
Author(s): Phadke, Chetan P.; Schwartz, Jaclyn; Vuagnat, Hubert; Philippou, Elena
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents information to educate rehabilitation professionals on best nutritional practices for patients who survive a stroke. Rehabilitation professionals are trained to assist patients to recover … For more see J79833

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Health plan enrollees with disabilty informing primary care practices and providers about their quality of care: A randomized trial
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 537-544 8 pages
Author(s): Iezzoni, Lisa I.; Chang, Yuchiao; Matulewicz, Holly; Heaphy, Dennis; Warsett, Kimberley S.; Donelan, Karen
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: In October 2013, Massachusetts initiated the One Care demonstration, which enrolls beneficiaries ages 21 to 64 dually-eligible for Medicare and Medicaid. This study assessed the comparative effectiveness … For more see J79883

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Effectiveness of a blended physical therapist intervention in people with hip osteoarthritis, knee osteoarthritis, or both: A cluster-randomized controlled trial
Physical Therapy, 98(7), 560-570 11 pages
Author(s): Kloek, Corelien J. J.; Bossen, Daniel; Spreeuwenberg, Peter M.; Dekker, Joost; de Bakker, Dinny H.; Veenhof, Cindy
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the short- and long-term effectiveness of physical therapy combined with an online application (e-Exercise) compared to usual physical therapy in people with hip/knee osteoarthritis … For more see J79713

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Effectiveness of and user experience with web-based interventions in increasing physical activity levels in people with multiple sclerosis: A systematic review
Physical Therapy, 98(8), 679-690 12 pages
Author(s): Dennett, Rachel; Gunn, Hilary; Freeman, Jennifer A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study systematically reviewed current evidence regarding the effectiveness and user experience of web-based interventions in increasing physical activity in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). MEDLINE, … For more see J79721

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Scientific journals are not advocacy organization
Physical Therapy, 98(9), 731-732 2 pages
Author(s): Jette, Alan M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This editorial addresses a letter to the editor written by Dr. Olaoye Akinyemi and that is being published in this issue of Physical Therapy Journal (PTJ). The author disagrees with Dr. Akinyemi’s apparent … For more see J79725

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The Cochrane corners in NeuroRehabilitation: A Cochrane rehabilitation initiative
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 111-112 2 pages
Author(s): Zaslerm Nathan; Kreutzer, Jeffrey; Arienti, Chaira; Oral, Aydan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This editorial announces NeuroRehabilitation journal’s working affiliation with Cochrane Rehabilitation and introduces the Cochrane Corners column. Cochrane Rehabilitation developed the “Cochrane Corner” … For more see J79788

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Motor skill interventions in children with developmental coordination disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2076-2099 14 pages
Author(s): Yu, Jane J.; Burnett, Angus F.; Sit, Cindy H.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the characteristics and effectiveness of motor skill interventions in children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) and identified potential moderators of training effects using … For more see J79831

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Sociodemographic and clinical correlates of physical therapy utilization in adults with symptomatic knee osteoarthritis
Physical Therapy, 98(8), 670-678 9 pages
Author(s): Iversen, Maura D.; Schwartz, Todd A.; Von Heideken, Johan; Callahan, Leigh F.; Golightly, Yvonne M.; Goode, Adam; Hill, Carla; Huffman, Kim; Oathak, Ami; Cooke, Jennifer; Allen, Kelli D.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified correlates of physical therapy utilization among adults with symptomatic knee osteoarthritis (OA). A secondary analysis was conducted of data from 350 adults with physician-diagnosed … For more see J79720

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Engaging families in rehabilitation of people who are critically ill: An underutilized resource
Physical Therapy, 98(9), 737-744 8 pages
Author(s): Haines, Kimberley J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article explores why families should be engaged in critical care rehabilitation, reviews the evidence for family participation in the intensive care unit, and provides practical strategies for how to … For more see J79726

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A collaborative approach to decision making through developmental monitoring to provide individualized services for children with cerebral palsy
Physical Therapy, 98(10), 865-875 11 pages
Author(s): Bartlett, Doreen J.; McCoy, Sarah W.; Chiarello, Lisa A.; Avery, Lisa; Galuppi, Barbara
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article proposes a process to improve physical and occupational therapists’ and families’ collaboration to provide appropriate, efficient, and effective evidence-based services to improve motor function, … For more see J79734

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Terminology of pelvic floor muscle function in women with and without urinary incontinence: A systematic review
Physical Therapy, 98(10), 876-890 5 pages
Author(s): Saltiel, Fernanda; Miranda-Gazzola, Ana Paula G.; Vitoria, Rayane O.; Figueiredo, Elyonara M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the terminology of pelvic floor muscle function (PFMF) regarding clear terms, conceptual definitions, and operational definitions. PFMF is a target of the physical therapist intervention … For more see J79735

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A systematic review and meta-analysis of the efficacy of custom game based virtual rehabilitation in improving physical functioning of patients with acquired brain injury
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 1-23 23 pages
Author(s): Tay, Ee L.; Lee, Shaun W. H.; Yong, Geok H.; Wong, Chee P.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the effectiveness of customized, game-based virtual rehabilitation for the physical recovery of patients with acquired brain injury. PubMed, MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, CENTRAL, PsycINFO and … For more see J79805

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A proposal for a unified framework for the design of technologies for people with learning difficulties
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 25-40 16 pages
Author(s): Seale, Jane; Garcia-Carrisoza, Helena; Rix, Jonty; Sheehy, Kieron; Hayhoe, Simon
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This literature review was conducted to identify and synthesize common technology design principles and to propose a unified design framework that can inform the design of technologies for people with … For more see J79806

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Changing physical activity behavior in people with multiple sclerosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2059-2075 17 pages
Author(s): Casey, Blathin; Coote, Susan; Hayes, Sara; Gallagher, Stephen
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study systematically review the literature on behavioral interventions for people with multiple sclerosis (MS) that aim to change physical activity (PA) behavior, and explored whether these interventions … For more see J79830

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Evaluation of cognitive behavioral interventions and psychoeducation implemented by rehabilitation specialists to treat fear-avoidance beliefs in patients with low back pain: A systematic review
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2287-2298 12 pages
Author(s): Baez, Shelby; Hoch, Matthew C.; Hoch, Johanna M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study systematically synthesized the available evidence regarding the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapies (CBTs) and psychoeducation used to treat fear-avoidance beliefs in patients with acute, … For more see J79852

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Additional physical therapy services reduce length of stay and improve health outcomes in people with acute and subacute conditions: An updated systematic review and meta-analysis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2299-2312 14 pages
Author(s): Peiris, Casey L.; Shields, Nora; Brusco, Natasha K.; Watts, Jennifer J.; Taylor, Nicholas F.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether additional physical therapy services reduce length of stay, improve health outcomes, and are safe and cost-effective for patients with acute or subacute conditions. AMED, CINAHL, … For more see J79853

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Use of virtual technology as an intervention for wheelchair skills training: A systematic review
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2313-2341 29 pages
Author(s): Lam, Jean-Francois; Gosselin, Laurent; Rushton, Paula W.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This review provides a comprehensive description of the current state of knowledge regarding the use of virtual technology (VT) for wheelchair skills training. The Cochrane Library, MEDLINE, CINAHL, Embase, … For more see J79854

133 of 330
Systematic review of caregiver and dyad interventions after adult traumatic brain injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2342-2354 13 pages
Author(s): Kreitzer, Natalie; Kurowski, Brad G.; Bakas, Tamilyn
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study synthesized the literature on interventions designed to address the impact of traumatic brain injury (TB)I on adult patients and their family caregivers. TBI is a common injury that has a significant … For more see J79855

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A systematic review with meta-analysis of mindful exercises on rehabilitation outcomes among poststroke patients
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2355-2364 10 pages
Author(s): Zou, Liye; Sasaki, Jeffer E.; Zeng, Nan; Wang, Chaoyi; Sun, Li
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the available literature was conducted to examine whether mindful exercises are effective in improving sensory and motor functions after a stroke. Activities classified … For more see J79856

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Body composition changes with testosterone replacement therapy following spinal cord injury and aging: A mini review
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 624-636 13 pages
Author(s): Nightingale, Tom E.; Moore, Pamela; Harnan, Joshua; Hkalil, Refka; Gill, Ranjodh S.; Castillo, Teodoro; Adler, Robert A.; Gorgey, Ashraf S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This mini-review proposes that testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) may be a viable strategy to improve lean body mass (LBM) and fat mass (FM) in people with spinal cord injury (SCI). Testosterone plays … For more see J79865

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Fatal innominate artery hemorrhage in a patient with tetraplegia: Case report and literature review
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 731-734 4 pages
Author(s): Qureshi, Ahmad Z.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents the case of an individual with tetraplegia and a tracheostomy who died as a result of innominate artery hemorrhage. This case highlights the possible causes and interventions associated … For more see J79875

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The development and testing of a module on child functioning for identifying children with disabilities on surveys. I: Background
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 495-501 7 pages
Author(s): Loeb, Mitchell; Mont, Daniel; Cappa, Claudia; De Palma, Elena; Madans, Jennifer; Crialesi, Roberta
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This is the first of three articles documenting the development of a survey module on child functioning developed by UNICEF in collaboration with the Washington Group on Disability Statistics (WG). This … For more see J79878

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The accessibility of fitness centers for people with disabilities: A systematic review
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 523-536 14 pages
Author(s): Calder, Allyson; Sole, Gisela; Mulligan, Hilda
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This literature review evaluated the accessibility of public indoor fitness centers for people with disabilities. Electronic databases and web-based search engines were searched for relevant research … For more see J79882

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The Relationship between ADHD Symptoms and Smartphone Addiction among University Students With a Focus on the Mediating Role of Stress Coping Strategies.
Author(s): Juyeon Ryu; Yunhee Kim
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between ADHD symptoms, stress coping strategies, and smartphone addiction in university students. To this end, 450 university students completed … For more see I244786

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An Exploratory Study on the Possibilities and Limitations of Online Psychotherapy
Author(s): DongHun Lee; Juyeon Kim; Jin Joo Kim
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: The objectives of this study were to understand the characteristics of online psychotherapy and to present its possibilities and limitations. To this end, 132 academic articles was reviewed and analyzed. … For more see I244757

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Back schools in Primary Health Care: A systematic review for a bio-psychosocial approach
Author(s): H. Hernández-Lázaro; M.A. Cacho-del Amo
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The objective of this study was to determine the effects of back schools and their components on non-specific low back pain. To this end, systematic reviews and clinical guidelines linking non-specific … For more see I244739

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Development and Validation of a Smartphone Addiction Scale Based on Behavioral Addiction Criteria
Author(s): Jonghwan Lee; Jongmin Lim; Hanbek Son; Ho-Wan Kwak; Mun-Seon Chang
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this study was to develop and validate a smartphone addiction scale based on 6 behavioral addiction criteria. To this end, 40 items representing 6 factors of behavioral addiction were selected … For more see I244761

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Significative Residual Coronary Disease: Problem or Indication for a Cardiac Rehabilitation Program?
Author(s): Mariana Agre; José Santoalha; Afonso Rocha; Vítor Araújo; Júlia Maciel; Fernando Parada
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of residual significant coronary stenosis in response to a multidimensional cardiac rehabilitation program (CRP). This was a retrospective analysis … For more see I244693

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Topics NSAIDs and Massage in Osteoarthritis
Author(s): Fátima Gandarez; Marta Torres; Jorge Laíns
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to review the literature focusing on the use of anti-inflammatory agents and massage in osteoarthritis, aiming at updating the major aspects of the medical management of … For more see I244695

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Importance of Job Demands for Rehabilitation Patients – Application of an Index According to Occupations
Author(s): Martin Brünger; Karla Spyra
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The objective of this study was to investigate the importance of job demands for rehabilitation patients. To this end, a secondary data analysis of 2,089 rehabilitation patients of the Federal German … For more see I244744

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A Case Study of Cerebral Palsy Registries in Europe, Australia, and USA
Author(s): Park, Hee Chan
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: This study investigated cerebral palsy registries in Europe, Australia, and USA in order to offer directions for establishing a cerebral palsy register system in Korea. To this end, a literature review … For more see I244668

Search Strategy: International rehabilitation

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Causes of death after traumatic spinal cord injury — a 70-year British study
Spinal Cord (formerly Paraplegia), 55(), 891-897 7 pages
Author(s): Savic, G.; DeVivo, M. J.; Frankel, H. L.; Jamous, M. A.; Soni, B. M.; Charlifue, S.
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the causes of death after traumatic spinal cord injury (tSCI) in people surviving the first year post injury, and established any trend over time. The sample consisted of 5483 patients … For more see J79781

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Telephone-delivered lifestyle support with action planning and motivational interviewing techniques to improve rehabilitation outcomes
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 170-181 12 pages
Author(s): Döbler, Andrea; Belnap, Bea H.; Pollmann, Hartmut; Farin, Erik; Raspe, Heiner; Mittag, Oskar
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effectiveness of a telephone-delivered intervention based on the Health Action Process Approach after discharge from inpatient rehabilitation to address behavior change, emotional … For more see J79782

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Hemianopia after stroke: A randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of a standardized versus an individualized rehabilitation program, on scanning ability whilst walking
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 201-209 9 pages
Author(s): Crotty, Maria; van den Berg, Maayken; Hayes, Allison; Chen, Celia; Lange, Kylie; George, Stacey
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effectiveness of a standardized program versus current individualized therapy in patients with homonymous hemianopia, a loss of perception of the right or left half of the visual field … For more see J79797

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Relationship between physiological and perceived fall risk in people with multiple sclerosis: Implications for assessment and management
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2022-2029 8 pages
Author(s): Gunn, Hilary; Cameron, Michelle; Hoang, Phu; Lord, Stephen; Shaw, Steve; Freeman, Jennifer
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the relationship between physiological and perceived fall risk in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). Data for 416 people with MS were obtained from prospective cohort studies undertaken … For more see J79825

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Emergency department utilization among people with disabilities in Korea
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 598-605 8 pages
Author(s): Kim, Agnus M.; Lee, Jin Y.; Kim, Jayeun
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined overall emergency department (ED) utilization patterns among people with disabilities compared with the general population in Korea and estimated factors affecting ED utilization. Additionally, … For more see J79891

Search Strategy: Medical rehabilitation/rehabilitation medicine

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Sociodemographic and clinical correlates of physical therapy utilization in adults with symptomatic knee osteoarthritis
Physical Therapy, 98(8), 670-678 9 pages
Author(s): Iversen, Maura D.; Schwartz, Todd A.; Von Heideken, Johan; Callahan, Leigh F.; Golightly, Yvonne M.; Goode, Adam; Hill, Carla; Huffman, Kim; Oathak, Ami; Cooke, Jennifer; Allen, Kelli D.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified correlates of physical therapy utilization among adults with symptomatic knee osteoarthritis (OA). A secondary analysis was conducted of data from 350 adults with physician-diagnosed … For more see J79720

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Normative data for the BTrackS balance test of postural sway: Results from 16,357 community-dwelling individuals who were 5 to 100 years old
Physical Therapy, 98(9), 779-785 7 pages
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study provides the first set of normative data for the Balance Tracking System (BTrackS) Balance Test (BBT) of postural sway. Postural sway is routinely assessed because increased postural sway is associated … For more see J79729

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The effects of robot-assisted gait training using virtual reality and auditory stimulation on balance and gait abilities in persons with stroke
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 227-235 9 pages
Author(s): Park, Jaeho; Chung, Yijung
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of robot-assisted gait training (RAGT) using virtual reality and auditory stimulation on balance and gait abilities in stroke patients. Forty subjects were randomly divided … For more see J79800

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The relationship between frailty and the subjective decision to conduct a goals of care discussion with burned elders
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(1), 82-88 7 pages
Author(s): Madni, Tarik D.; Nakonezny, Paul A.; Wolf, Steven E.; Joseph, Bellal; Mohler, Jane; Imran, Jonathan B.; Clark, Audra .; Arnoldo, Brett D.; Phelan, Herb A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the influence of patient factors, including discussion of goals of care (GoC), associated with frailty among burned older adults. It was hypothesized that a frail appearance was a factor … For more see J79811

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Multicenter randomized controlled trial to assess an e-learning on acute burns management
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(1), 94-99 6 pages
Author(s): Egro, Francesco M.; Tayler-Grint, Louise C.; Vangala, Sai K.; Nwaiwu, Chibueze A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the effectiveness of an e-learning on acute burns management (“basic burns management” or BBM) compared with traditional teaching methods when introduced in different medical school settings … For more see J79812

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Topical negative pressure wound therapy of burned hands: Functional outcomes
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(1), 121-128 8 pages
Author(s): Ehrl, Denis; Heidkrueger, Paul I.; Broer, P. Niclas; Erne, Holger C.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the long-term outcomes of patients with partial- and full-thickness burns of the hands treated with topical negative pressure wound (TNPW) therapy. Over a period of 72 months, 51 patients … For more see J79814

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Evaluating the effectiveness of end-tidal carbon dioxide monitoring during burn wound care in the nonintubated patient population
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(1), 141-147 7 pages
Author(s): Weimer, Samantha; Burleson, Justin; Mancuso, Mary; Bell, Cameron; Makic, Mary B. F.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined nurses’ sedation and analgesic therapy management of nonintubated patients during burn wound care when end-tidal carbon dioxide (EtCo2) was used. EtCo2 monitoring provides immediate feedback … For more see J79815

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ADSTEP: Preliminary investigation of a multicomponent walking aid program in people with multiple sclerosis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2050-2058 9 pages
Author(s): Martini, Douglas N.; Zeeboer, Eline; Hildebrand, Andrea; Fling, Brett W.; Hugos, Cinda L.; Cameron, Michelle H.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effect of the Assistive Device Selection, Training and Education Program (ADSTEP) on falls and walking and sitting activity in people with multiple sclerosis (PwMS). Forty PwMS using … For more see J79829

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Effectiveness of home-based exercises without supervision by physical therapists for patients with early-stage amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: A pilot study
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2114-2117 4 pages
Author(s): Kitano, Kosuke; Asakawa, Takashi; Kamide, Naoto; Yorimoto, Keisuke; Yoneda, Masaki; Kikuchi, Yutaka; Sawada, Makoto; Momori, Tetsuo
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examine the effects of structured home-based exercises without supervision by a physical therapist in patients with early-stage amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Twenty-one patients with ALS … For more see J79832

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Information/education page: The ABCs for nutrition poststroke: An evidence-based practice guide for rehabilitation professionals
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2125-2127 3 pages
Author(s): Phadke, Chetan P.; Schwartz, Jaclyn; Vuagnat, Hubert; Philippou, Elena
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents information to educate rehabilitation professionals on best nutritional practices for patients who survive a stroke. Rehabilitation professionals are trained to assist patients to recover … For more see J79833

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Implementation of prescheduled follow-ups with education improve poststroke depression screening compliance in routine clinical practice
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2198-2202 5 pages
Author(s): Berg, Anu; Hujala, Maija; Kari, Pirkko; Tapiola, Tero
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the extent to which the mood of stroke patients is assessed and what kind of assessment methods are used in routine clinical practice, and whether prescheduled follow-ups including … For more see J79841

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Go home, sit less: The impact of home versus hospital rehabilitation environment on activity levels of stroke survivors
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2216-2221, 2221.e1 7 pages
Author(s): Simpson, Dawn B.; Breslin, Monique; Cumming Toby; de Zoete, Sam; Gall, Seana L.; Schmidt, Matthew; English, Coralie; Callisaya, Michele L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether change in rehabilitation environment (hospital or home) and other factors influence time spent sitting upright and walking after stroke. Thirty-four participants with stroke were … For more see J79843

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Should the 6-minute walk tests be stopped if oxyhemoglobin saturation falls below 80%?
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2370-2372 3 pages
Author(s): Afzal, Sumbla; Burge, Angela T.; Lee, Annemarie L.; Bondarenko, Janet; Holland, Anne E.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the occurrence of adverse events in patients undergoing assessment for pulmonary rehabilitation when a 6-Minute Walk Test (6MWT) continues despite desaturation below 80 percent. The standardized … For more see J79858

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Functional outcomes in patients with co-occurring traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury from an inpatient rehabilitation facility’s perspective
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 718-730 13 pages
Author(s): Garlanger, Kristin L.; Beck, Lisa A.; Cheville, Andrea L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the occurrence and severity of co-occurring traumatic brain injury (TBI) in people with traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI), i.e. dual diagnosis (DD), and described differences in functional … For more see J79864

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Mental disorder prevalence among U. S. department of veterans affairs outpatients with spinal cord injuries
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 691-702 12 pages
Author(s): McDonald, Scott D.; Mickens, Melody N.; Goldberg-Looney, Lisa D.; Mutchler, Brian J.; Ellwood, Michael S.; Castillo, Teodoro A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study estimated the prevalence and predictors of mental disorders among United States (U.S.) military veterans with spinal cord injury (SCI) receiving outpatient care in the Department of Veterans Affairs … For more see J79873

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Management of stress urinary incontinence in spinal cord injured female patients with a mid-urethral tape — a single center experience
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 703-709 7 pages
Author(s): Sakalis, Vasileios I.; Floyd Jr., Michael S.; Caygill, Philippa; Price, Chloe; Hartwell, Ben; Guy, Peter J.; Davies, Melissa C.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the efficacy of mid-urethral tapes (MUT) in managing stress urinary incontinence in females with spinal cord injury (SCI). Participants were 38 SCI females with upper motor neuron lesion … For more see J79874

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A soft casting technique for managing pediatric hand and foot burns
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 760-765 6 pages
Author(s): Choi, Young M.; Nederveld, Cindy; Campbell, Kristen; Moulton, Steven
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the outcomes of using weekly dressing changes with a soft casting technique to manage pediatric hand and foot burns in the outpatient setting. A retrospective chart review was performed … For more see J79954

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Do electronic health records support the complex needs of people with disability?
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 491-492 2 pages
Author(s): Turk, Margaret A.; McDermott, Suzanne
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This editorial briefly considers how people with disabilities have fared with the use of electronic medical records (EMRs) or electronic health records (EHRs). While there is increasing information about … For more see J79876

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Mobility is a fundamental human right: Factors predicting attitudes toward self-directed mobility
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 562-567 6 pages
Author(s): Logan, Samuel W.; Bogart, Kathleen R.; Ross, Samantha M.; Woekel, Erica
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored how demographic factors, contact with people with disabilities, attitudes toward people with disabilities, and alignment with social or medical models of disability predict attitudes toward … For more see J79886

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Emergency department utilization among people with disabilities in Korea
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 598-605 8 pages
Author(s): Kim, Agnus M.; Lee, Jin Y.; Kim, Jayeun
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined overall emergency department (ED) utilization patterns among people with disabilities compared with the general population in Korea and estimated factors affecting ED utilization. Additionally, … For more see J79891

172 of 330
Interdisciplinary approaches to facilitate return to driving and return to work in mild stroke: A position paper
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2378-2388 11 pages
Author(s): Burns, Suzanne P.; Schwartz, Jaclyn K.; Scott, Shannon L.; Devos, Hannes; Kovis, Mark; Hong, Ickpyo; Akinwuntan, Abiodun
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The Health and Wellness Task Force within the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Stroke Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group seeks to support current practice through this position paper … For more see J79860

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Automobile Driving Fitness Assessment
Author(s): Moisés Henriques; Sara Domingues; Maria Martín; Beatriz Condeça
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This paper aims to characterize and promote the work done in the Mobility Center of a Rehabilitation Medicine Center in the context of assessing fitness to drive in individuals with disabilities. A characterization … For more see I244674

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Pregnancy in Spinal Cord Injured Women: Risks, Prevention and Complications
Author(s): Ana Catarina Matias; Joana Machado Santos; Maria Emília Cerqueira
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This article discusses risks, risk prevention, and complications of pregnancy in women with spinal cord injury. There are no predictable hormonal or gynecologic changes that impair pregnancy following … For more see I244692

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The Integration of Rehabilitation Facilities in the Trauma Network–Practical Implementation of the Trauma Rehabilitation Phase Model
Author(s): Wolf-Dieter Müller; Stefan Simmel; Stephanie Köhler; Reinhard Hoffmann; Christoph Reimertz
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This article discusses the introduction of a 6-stage phase model for trauma rehabilitation, based on a well-established and successful Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft für Rehabilitation (BAR) neurorehabilitation … For more see I244729

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Incidence of Autonomic Dysreflexia in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Inpatients
Author(s): Cristina Miranda Cruz; Marta Oliveira; Maria Berkeley Cotter; Ivone Soares; Fátima Martins Pereira
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: The objective of this study was to ascertain the incidence of autonomic dysreflexia in spinal cord injury inpatients during hospitalization, to identify the main triggering factors, and to determine which … For more see I244745

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Towards a Rehabilitation- and Participation-Oriented Psychotherapy
Author(s): Beate Muschalla; Jürgen Bengel; Matthias Morfeld; Ulrike Worringen
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This article discusses steps towards psychotherapy oriented towards rehabilitation and social participation. Mental disorders come along with enduring impairment in activities of daily living. Therefore, … For more see I244752

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Vibration Therapy in Orthopaedic Rehabilitation: Evaluation of in-Patient Rehabilitation Measures in Orthopaedic Patients Using a Mechanical Vibration Couch
Author(s): Vincent Grote; Elke Böttcher; Seada Zahirovic; Maximilian Moser; Henry Puff
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This study explored the use of mechanical whole-body vibration therapy in orthopedic rehabilitation. Within the context of a 3-week inpatient rehabilitation program, 109 orthopedic patients (61,4 ± 8 … For more see I244755

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Topics NSAIDs and Massage in Osteoarthritis
Author(s): Fátima Gandarez; Marta Torres; Jorge Laíns
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to review the literature focusing on the use of anti-inflammatory agents and massage in osteoarthritis, aiming at updating the major aspects of the medical management of … For more see I244695

180 of 330
Guidelines for Air Travel In the Neuromuscular Patient
Author(s): António Cunha; Sara Lorga
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to set guidelines for the individualized assessment of patients with neuromuscular diseases prior to flight, including the need for oxygen supplementation and assistive equipment. … For more see I244683

181 of 330
Myelopathy due to Vitamin B12 Deficiency: Case Report
Author(s): Daniela Prada; Mónica Bettencourt; Maria da Paz Carvalho
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This case study reports on clinical and functional results after administration of cobalamin and after following a rehabilitation program in the treatment of myelopathy due to vitamin B12 deficiency. … For more see I244686

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Does Sport Activity Influence Total Knee Arthroplasty Durability? Analysis With a Follow Up of 12 Years
Author(s): Christina Valle; Michael Sperr; Christina Lemhöfer; Karla Elida Bartel; Marcus Schmitt-Sody
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to determine the appropriate intensity of physical activity after total knee arthroplasty and the effect of activity levels on the rate of revision surgery. In a retrospective … For more see I244763

183 of 330
Health Care Organization – The New German S3-Guideline on Alcohol-Related Disorders and its Relevance for Health Care
Author(s): Arthur Günthner; Volker Weissinger; Heribert Fleischmann; Clemens Veltrup; Bettina Jäpel; Gerhard Längle; Klaus Amann; Eva Hoch; Karl Mann
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This article outlines the development of the German guideline “Screening, Diagnostics and Treatment of Alcohol-Related Disorders.” The guideline was developed over four years within the framework of the … For more see I244743

Search Strategy: Neurological/neuromuscular disorders

184 of 330
Study of Words for Assessing Non-Speaking Children with Disabilities
Author(s): Andréa Carla PAURA Andréa Carla PAURA
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The focus of this study was the selection of words for creating an instrument for the vocabulary range in non-speaking children aged two to eleven years and eleven months. The study was undertaken as … For more see I244771

185 of 330
Technology in Teaching Children With Cerebral Palsy
Author(s): Ana Irene Alves de OLIVEIRA; Grauben José Alves de ASSIS; Marilice Fernandes GAROTTI
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of computerized procedures for teaching conditional relationships with pictures and words printed on generalized recombinational reading with four children … For more see I244772

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A Case Study of Cerebral Palsy Registries in Europe, Australia, and USA
Author(s): Park, Hee Chan
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: This study investigated cerebral palsy registries in Europe, Australia, and USA in order to offer directions for establishing a cerebral palsy register system in Korea. To this end, a literature review … For more see I244668

187 of 330
Myelopathy due to Vitamin B12 Deficiency: Case Report
Author(s): Daniela Prada; Mónica Bettencourt; Maria da Paz Carvalho
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This case study reports on clinical and functional results after administration of cobalamin and after following a rehabilitation program in the treatment of myelopathy due to vitamin B12 deficiency. … For more see I244686

188 of 330
Preliminary Evaluation of Fampridine in Multiple Sclerosis: Beyond the Gait Speed
Author(s): Jonathan Rios; José Luís Coelho; Sara Estrela Rego; Eduarda Afonso
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to assess the impact of the potassium channel blocker fampridine on walking, balance, and perception of walking capacity in multiple sclerosis patients. This was a prospective, … For more see I244748

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Vibration Therapy in Orthopaedic Rehabilitation: Evaluation of in-Patient Rehabilitation Measures in Orthopaedic Patients Using a Mechanical Vibration Couch
Author(s): Vincent Grote; Elke Böttcher; Seada Zahirovic; Maximilian Moser; Henry Puff
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This study explored the use of mechanical whole-body vibration therapy in orthopedic rehabilitation. Within the context of a 3-week inpatient rehabilitation program, 109 orthopedic patients (61,4 ± 8 … For more see I244755

190 of 330
Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis: Case study
Author(s): Carla Cândida Alves; Orlando Martins Cardoso; André Maia Silva; Maria João Azevedo Correio
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This case study discusses the diagnosis and treatment of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis. This rare disease consists of demyelination of the white matter of the central nervous system, usually single-phase … For more see I244671

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Neuropathic Pain in Children
Author(s): Sofia Toste; Lurdes Palhau; Rosa Amorim
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This article discusses the diagnosis and treatment of neuropathic pain in children. Neuropathic pain results from an injury or dysfunction of the somatosensory nervous system. Neuropathic pain exists … For more see I244688

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Paroxysmal Autonomic Instability with Dystonia, a Rare Syndrome and a Rehabilitation Emergency – A Case Report
Author(s): Mónica Bettencourt; Virginia Reis; Isabel Batalha
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This study reports on a case of paroxysmal autonomic instability, a relatively rare complication of multiple central nervous system (CNS) lesions. The syndrome remains poorly understood, despite its unfavorable … For more see I244690

193 of 330
Guidelines for Air Travel In the Neuromuscular Patient
Author(s): António Cunha; Sara Lorga
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to set guidelines for the individualized assessment of patients with neuromuscular diseases prior to flight, including the need for oxygen supplementation and assistive equipment. … For more see I244683

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Utilization of physical therapy services during transition for young people with cerebral palsy: A call for improved care into adulthood
Physical Therapy, 98(9), 796-803 8 pages
Project(s): H133P120002
Author(s): Liljenquist, Kendra; O’Neil, Margaret E.; Bjornson, Kristie F.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified factors contributing to the utilization of physical therapy services for youth with cerebral palsy (CP) both during and after secondary school. A deidentified secondary analysis was performed … For more see J79731

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A collaborative approach to decision making through developmental monitoring to provide individualized services for children with cerebral palsy
Physical Therapy, 98(10), 865-875 11 pages
Author(s): Bartlett, Doreen J.; McCoy, Sarah W.; Chiarello, Lisa A.; Avery, Lisa; Galuppi, Barbara
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article proposes a process to improve physical and occupational therapists’ and families’ collaboration to provide appropriate, efficient, and effective evidence-based services to improve motor function, … For more see J79734

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Influence of chronic pain in physical activity of children with cerebral palsy
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 113-123 11 pages
Author(s): Riquelme, Immaculada; do Rosario, Raphael S.; Vehmaskoski, Kari; Natumen, Pekka; Montoya, Pedro
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the influence of chronic pain in physical activity of children with cerebral palsy (CP) and their typically developing peers (TDP). Twenty-four-hour heart rate was registered in four … For more see J79789

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Associations between muscle synergies and treatment outcomes in cerebral palsy are robust across clinical centers
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2175-2182 8 pages
Author(s): Shuman, Benjamin R.; Goudriaan, Marije; Desloovere, Kaat; Schwartz, Michael H.; Steele, Katherine M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether patient-specific differences in motor control quantified using muscle synergy analysis were associated with changes in gait after treatment of cerebral palsy (CP) across 2 clinical … For more see J79839

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Relationship between habitual physical activity, motor capacity, and capability in children with cerebral palsy aged 4-5 years across all functional abilities
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 632-636 5 pages
Author(s): Keawutan, Piyapa; Bell, Kristie L.; Oftedal, Stina; Davies, Peter S. W.; Ware, Robert S.; Boyd, Roslyn N.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigate the relationshipsamong habitual physical activity (HPA), sedentary time, motor capacity, and capability in children with cerebral palsy (CP) aged 4 to 5 years. Sixty-seven participants … For more see J79895

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The telephone effect: Overcoming initiation deficits in two settings
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 215-220 6 pages
Author(s): Vickers, Kayci L.; Keesler, Michael E.; Williams, Kelli S.; Charles, Jeremy Y.; Hamilton, Roy H.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article provides step-by-step instructions for eliciting the telephone effect with two populations within which disorders of motivation are seen: acute inpatients following brain injury and assisted living … For more see J79786

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Contributions of ankle, knee, hip, and trunk muscle function to gait performance in people with multiple sclerosis: A cross-sectional analysis
Physical Therapy, 98(7), 595-604 10 pages
Author(s): Manago, Mark M.; Hebert, Jeffrey R.; Kittelson, John; Schenkman, Margaret
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the influence of lower-extremity and trunk muscle function on gait performance in 72 people with multiple sclerosis (MS): 36 with mild disability and 36 with moderate disability. Eleven … For more see J79716

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Effectiveness of and user experience with web-based interventions in increasing physical activity levels in people with multiple sclerosis: A systematic review
Physical Therapy, 98(8), 679-690 12 pages
Author(s): Dennett, Rachel; Gunn, Hilary; Freeman, Jennifer A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study systematically reviewed current evidence regarding the effectiveness and user experience of web-based interventions in increasing physical activity in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). MEDLINE, … For more see J79721

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Relationship between physiological and perceived fall risk in people with multiple sclerosis: Implications for assessment and management
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2022-2029 8 pages
Author(s): Gunn, Hilary; Cameron, Michelle; Hoang, Phu; Lord, Stephen; Shaw, Steve; Freeman, Jennifer
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the relationship between physiological and perceived fall risk in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). Data for 416 people with MS were obtained from prospective cohort studies undertaken … For more see J79825

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Dynamic balance is related to physiological impairments in persons with multiple sclerosis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2030-2037 8 pages
Author(s): Peebles, Alexander T.; Bruetsch, Adam P.; Lynch, Sharon G.; Huisinga, Jessie M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared physiological impairments between people with multiple sclerosis (MS) with and without a history of falls, and investigated the relationship between physiological impairments and dynamic … For more see J79826

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Energetic cost of walking and its physiological correlates in persons with multiple sclerosis who have moderate mobility disability
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2038-2044 7 pages
Author(s): Jeng, Brenda; Sandroff, Brian M.; Motl, Robert W.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined aerobic capacity, upper-leg muscular strength, and static postural control as correlates and predictors of the energetic cost of walking (Cw) in 44 people with multiple sclerosis (MS) who … For more see J79827

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Diagnostic and clinical utility of the GAD-2 for screening anxiety symptoms in individuals with multiple sclerosis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2045-2049 5 pages
Author(s): Hughes, Abbey J.; Dunn, Katherine M.; Chaffee, Trisha; Bhattarai, Jagriti (Jacki); Beier, Meghan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the diagnostic and clinical utility of the 2-item Generalized Anxiety Disorder Scale (GAD-2) for screening anxiety symptoms in 99 individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS). Participants … For more see J79828

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ADSTEP: Preliminary investigation of a multicomponent walking aid program in people with multiple sclerosis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2050-2058 9 pages
Author(s): Martini, Douglas N.; Zeeboer, Eline; Hildebrand, Andrea; Fling, Brett W.; Hugos, Cinda L.; Cameron, Michelle H.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effect of the Assistive Device Selection, Training and Education Program (ADSTEP) on falls and walking and sitting activity in people with multiple sclerosis (PwMS). Forty PwMS using … For more see J79829

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Changing physical activity behavior in people with multiple sclerosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2059-2075 17 pages
Author(s): Casey, Blathin; Coote, Susan; Hayes, Sara; Gallagher, Stephen
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study systematically review the literature on behavioral interventions for people with multiple sclerosis (MS) that aim to change physical activity (PA) behavior, and explored whether these interventions … For more see J79830

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Quality of life and psychological well-being in the early stages of multiple sclerosis (MS): Importance of adopting a biopsychosocial model
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 555-561 7 pages
Author(s): Strober. L. B.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study adopted a biopsychosocial model in examining quality of life (QOL) among individuals in the early stages of multiple sclerosis (MS). Sixty-nine individuals with MS (34 with average to low QOL and … For more see J79885

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Epidemiology of hip fracture in nursing home residents with multiple sclerosis
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 591-597 7 pages
Author(s): Zhang, Tingting; Zullo, Andrew R.; Shireman, Theresa I.; Lee, Yoojin; Mor, Vincent; Liu, Qing; McDoneghy, Kevin W.; Daiello, Lori; Kiel, Douglas P.; Berry, Sarah D.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the incidence of hip fracture in nursing home (NH) residents with and without multiple sclerosis (MS), identified the risk factors for hip fracture in those with MS. A retrospective cohort … For more see J79890

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Afferent stimulation inhibits abnormal cutaneous reflex activity in patients with spinal cord injury spasticity syndrome
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 135-146 12 pages
Author(s): Gomez-Soriano, Julio; Serrano-Munoz, Diego; Bravo-Esteban, Elisabeth; Avendano-Coy, Juan; Avila-Martin, Gerardo; Galan-Arriero, Iriana; Taylor, Julian
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effect of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and vibratory stimulation on the soleus H-reflex and tibialis anterior (TA) cutaneous reflex (CR) activity evoked following … For more see J79791

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Characterization of reactions to laterally directed perturbations in people with chronic stroke
Physical Therapy, 98(7), 585-594 10 pages
Author(s): Schinkel-Ivy, Alison; Aqui, Anthony; Danells, Cynthia J.; Mansfield, Avril
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined differences in reactive balance control in response to laterally directed perturbations in people with chronic stroke, based on perturbation direction and ability to step with either limb. … For more see J79715

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Characterization of balance control after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury: A longitudinal recovery study
Physical Therapy, 98(9), 786-795 10 pages
Author(s): Perez, Olinda H.; Green, Robin E.; Mochizuki, George
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study characterized the trajectory of balance recovery after moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), with a focus on measuring postural asymmetry. Data were collected from 45 participants with … For more see J79730

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Causes of death after traumatic spinal cord injury — a 70-year British study
Spinal Cord (formerly Paraplegia), 55(), 891-897 7 pages
Author(s): Savic, G.; DeVivo, M. J.; Frankel, H. L.; Jamous, M. A.; Soni, B. M.; Charlifue, S.
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the causes of death after traumatic spinal cord injury (tSCI) in people surviving the first year post injury, and established any trend over time. The sample consisted of 5483 patients … For more see J79781

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Relax while you rehabilitate: A pilot study integrating a novel yoga-based mindfulness group intervention into a residential military brain injury rehabilitation program
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 182-193 12 pages
Author(s): Combs, Martha A.; Critchfield, Edan A.; Soble, Jason R.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the feasibility and effectiveness of integrating a group-based, mindfulness intervention in a residential rehabilitation setting, with specific focus on assessing participants’ self-report … For more see J79783

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Predicting treatment response to cognitive rehabilitation in military service members with mild traumatic brain injury
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 194-204 11 pages
Author(s): Vanderploeg, Rodney D.; Cooper, Douglas B.; Curtiss, Glenn; Kennedy, Jan E.; Tate, David F.; Bowles, Amy O.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified factors that affect responsiveness to cognitive rehabilitation (CR) interventions in military service members who sustained mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). One hundred twenty-six … For more see J79784

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Gender differences in depression among veterans with spinal cord injury
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 221-229 9 pages
Author(s): Wilson, Catherine S.; Nasar, Stephanie L.; Ottomanelli, Lisa; Barnett, Scott D.; Njoh, Eni
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified demographic and clinical characteristics of veterans with spinal cord injury (SCI), investigated gender differences in lifetime depression and depressive symptom severity, and explored … For more see J79787

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The Cochrane corners in NeuroRehabilitation: A Cochrane rehabilitation initiative
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 111-112 2 pages
Author(s): Zaslerm Nathan; Kreutzer, Jeffrey; Arienti, Chaira; Oral, Aydan
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This editorial announces NeuroRehabilitation journal’s working affiliation with Cochrane Rehabilitation and introduces the Cochrane Corners column. Cochrane Rehabilitation developed the “Cochrane Corner” … For more see J79788

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The effect of transcutaneous spinal direct current stimulation on corticospinal excitability in chronic incomplete spinal cord injury
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 125-134 10 pages
Author(s): Powell, Elizabeth S.; Carrico, Cheryl; Salyers, Emily; Westgate, Philip M.; Sawaki, Lumy
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the feasibility of modulating bilateral corticospinal excitability with different polarities of transcutaneous spinal direct current stimulation (tsDCS) in chronic, incomplete spinal … For more see J79790

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Design of an early intervention for persistent post-concussion symptoms in adolescents and young adults: A feasibility study
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 155-167 13 pages
Author(s): Thastum, Mille M.; Rask, Charlotte U.; Naess-Schmidt, Erhard T.; Jensen, Jens S.; Frederiksen, Oana-Veronica; Tuborgh, Astrid; Svendsen, Susanne W.; Nielsen, Joergen F.; Schroder, Andreas
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the feasibility of a new intervention for young patients with persistent post-concussion symptoms (PCS) and long-term changes after intervention. Thirty-two patients (ages 15–30 years) … For more see J79793

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Preinjury employment status as a risk factor for symptomatology and disability in mild traumatic brain injury: A TRACK-TBI analysis
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 169-182 14 pages
Author(s): Yue, John K.; Rick, Jonathan W.; Morrissey, Molly R.; Taylor, Sabrina R.; Deng, Hansen; Suen, Catherine G.; Vassar, Mary J.; Cnossen, Maryse C.; Lingsma, Hester F.; Yuh, Esther L.; Mukherjee, Pratik; Gardner, Raquel C.; Valadka, Alex B.; Okonkwo, David O.; Cage, Tene A.; Manley, Geoffrey T.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study analyzed patients with mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) from the TRACK-TBI Pilot study to characterize comorbidities and injury patterns according to preinjury employment status. Preinjury employment … For more see J79794

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Flow experience enhances the effectiveness of attentional training: A pilot randomized controlled trial of patients with attention deficits after traumatic brain injury
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 183-193 11 pages
Author(s): Yoshida, Kazuki; Ogawa, Keita; Mototani, Takuroh; Inagaki, Yuji; Sawamura, Daisuke; Ikoma, Katsunori; Sakai, Shinya
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the additional effect of flow during attentional training on attention deficits for chronic patients after traumatic brain injury. Flow is an optimal psychological state when people … For more see J79795

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Hemianopia after stroke: A randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of a standardized versus an individualized rehabilitation program, on scanning ability whilst walking
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 201-209 9 pages
Author(s): Crotty, Maria; van den Berg, Maayken; Hayes, Allison; Chen, Celia; Lange, Kylie; George, Stacey
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effectiveness of a standardized program versus current individualized therapy in patients with homonymous hemianopia, a loss of perception of the right or left half of the visual field … For more see J79797

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Sleep disturbances negatively affect balance and gait function in post-stroke patients
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 211-218 8 pages
Author(s): Moon, Hyun I.; Yoon, Seo Y.; Jeong, Yoon J.; Cho, Tae H.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the impact of sleep disturbance on balance and gait function after stroke. One hundred forty patients with first-ever stroke were retrospectively evaluated. The patients were divided into … For more see J79798

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Mobility, balance and balance confidence — correlations with daily living of individuals with and without mild proprioception deficits post-stroke
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 219-226 8 pages
Author(s): Rand, Debbie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared mobility, balance, and balance confidence (BC) with independence in basic and instrumental activities of daily living (BADL and IADL) of individuals with and without mild proprioception … For more see J79799

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The effects of robot-assisted gait training using virtual reality and auditory stimulation on balance and gait abilities in persons with stroke
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 227-235 9 pages
Author(s): Park, Jaeho; Chung, Yijung
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of robot-assisted gait training (RAGT) using virtual reality and auditory stimulation on balance and gait abilities in stroke patients. Forty subjects were randomly divided … For more see J79800

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Effects of water-based and land-based exercises on walking and balance function of patients with hemiplegia
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 237-246 10 pages
Author(s): Eyvaz, Nuran; Dundar, Umit; Yesil, Hilal
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether the water-based exercise (WBE) program applied in combination with the land-based exercises (LBE) contributes to the motor functions, walking, balance functions and quality … For more see J79801

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Vestibular rehabilitation training in patients with subacute stroke: A preliminary randomized controlled trial
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 247-254 8 pages
Author(s): Tramontano, Marco; Bergamini, Elena; Iosa, Marco; Belluscio, Valeria; Vannozzi, Giuseppe; Morone, Giovanni
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effect of customized vestibular rehabilitation training on gait stability of patients with subacute stroke. Vestibular rehabilitation consists of a patient-centered exercise program … For more see J79802

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A systematic review and meta-analysis of the efficacy of custom game based virtual rehabilitation in improving physical functioning of patients with acquired brain injury
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 1-23 23 pages
Author(s): Tay, Ee L.; Lee, Shaun W. H.; Yong, Geok H.; Wong, Chee P.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the effectiveness of customized, game-based virtual rehabilitation for the physical recovery of patients with acquired brain injury. PubMed, MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, CENTRAL, PsycINFO and … For more see J79805

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Perspectives of individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury concerning the usability of lower limb exoskeletons: An exploratory study
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 63-76 14 pages
Author(s): Lajeunesse, Veronique; Routhier, Francois; Vincent, Claude; Lettre, Josiane; Michaud, Francois
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the perspectives of individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI) concerning the usability of lower-limb exoskeletons. A qualitative exploratory study was conducted using semi-structured … For more see J79808

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Increasing physical activity in stroke survivors using STARFISH, an interactive smartphone application: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 77-82 6 pages
Author(s): Paul, Lorna; Campbell, Evan; Gray, Cindy; Brewster, Stephen; Ramsay, Andrew; Gill, Jason M. R.; McFayden, Angus; Dybus, Aleksandra
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents the protocol for a single-blind, randomized controlled trial that will examine the effect of the STARFISH intervention on physical activity (PA) in stroke survivors, compared to usual … For more see J79809

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Guidelines for adult stroke rehabilitation and recovery: A guideline for healthcare professionals from the American heart association/American stroke association
Stroke, 47(6), e98-e169 82 pages
Author(s): Winstein, Carolee J.; Stein, Joel; Arena, Ross; Bates, Barbara; Cherney, Leora R.; Cramer, Steven C.; Deruyter, Frank; Eng, Janice J.; Fisher, Beth; Harvey, Richard L.; Lang, Catherine E.; MacKay-Lyons, Marilyn; Ottenbacher, Kenneth J.; Pugh, Sue; Reeves, Mathew J.; Richards, Lorie G.; Stiers, William; Zorowitz, Richard D.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this guideline is to provide a synopsis of best clinical practices in the rehabilitative care of adults recovering from stroke. Stroke rehabilitation requires a sustained and coordinated effort … For more see J79810

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Walking and balance outcomes for stroke survivors: A randomized clinical trial comparing body-weight-supported treadmill training with versus without challenging mobility skills
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabiliation, 15(92) 9 pages
Project(s): H133G120297
Author(s): Graham, Sarah A.; Roth, Elliot J.; Brown, David A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared walking and balance outcomes of chronic stroke survivors performing body-weight-supported treadmill training (BWSTT) versus BWSTT including challenging mobility skills. This single-blind … For more see J79817

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Personality, high-risk behaviors, and elevated risk of unintentional deaths related to drug poisoning among individuals with spinal cord injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 1941-1948 8 pages
Project(s): H133G140048
Author(s): Krause, James S.; Cao, Yue; DiPiro, Nicole D.; Cuddy, Emma
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified risk and protective factors for unintentional death related to drug poisoning from prescription medications, including opioid-related deaths, and death due to all other causes among participants … For more see J79818

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Racial differences in weight gain: A 5-year longitudinal study of persons with spinal cord injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 1957-1964 8 pages
Project(s): 90DP0083
Author(s): Wen, Huacong; Chen, Yuying; He, Yin; Bickel, C. Scott; Robinson-Whelen, Susan; Heinemann, Allen W.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed racial differences in body mass index (BMI) change over 5 years among people with spinal cord injury (SCI). Participants were 437 individuals (313 non-Hispanic white, 81 non-Hispanic black, … For more see J79819

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Balance control and energetics of powered exoskeleton-assisted sit-to-stand movement in individuals with paraplegic spinal cord injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 1982-1990 9 pages
Author(s): Mao, Hui-Fen; Huang, Hsing-Po; Lu, Tung-Wu; Wang, Ting-Ming; Wu, Cheng-Hua; Hu, Jwu-Sheng
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the effects of initial angle and angular velocity of the hip of a lower-limb wearable robotic exoskeleton (WRE) on the balance control and mechanical energy requirements in patients with … For more see J79820

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Assessing ventilatory threshold in individuals with motor-complete spinal cord injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 1991-1997 7 pages
Author(s): Au, Jason S.; Sithamparapillai, Arjun; Currie, Katharine D.; Krassioukov, Andrei V.; MacDonald, Maureen J.; Hicks, Audrey L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the feasibility of measuring ventilatory threshold (VT) in higher-level motor-complete spinal cord injury (SCI) using 4 different analysis methods based on noninvasive gas exchange. Expired … For more see J79821

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Home-based exercise enhances health-related quality of life in persons with spinal cord injury: A randomized controlled trial
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 1998-2006, 2006.e1 10 pages
Author(s): Nightingale, Tom E.; Rouse, Peter C.; Walhin, Jean-Philippe; Thompson, Dylan; Bilzon, James L. J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the influence of a home-based exercise intervention on indices of health-related quality of life (HRQOL) in individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI). After baseline laboratory testing … For more see J79822

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Relationship of fitness and wheelchair mobility with encounters, avoidances, and perception of environmental barriers among manual wheelchair users with spinal cord injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2007-2014, 2014.e1-2014.e3 11 pages
Author(s): Callahan, Morgan K.; Cowan, Rachel E.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed whether fitness and mobility are related to behavior and perception of physical barriers, and whether behavior and physical barrier perception are related among manual wheelchair users … For more see J79823

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Coping flexibility as predictor of distress in persons with spinal cord injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2015-2021 7 pages
Author(s): van Diemen, Tijn; van Nes, Ilse J. W.; Geertzen, Jan H. B.; Post, Marcel W. M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether coping flexibility at admission to first spinal cord injury (SCI) rehabilitation was predictive of distress 1 year after discharge. Of the 210 people admitted to their first inpatient … For more see J79824

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Information/education page: The ABCs for nutrition poststroke: An evidence-based practice guide for rehabilitation professionals
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2125-2127 3 pages
Author(s): Phadke, Chetan P.; Schwartz, Jaclyn; Vuagnat, Hubert; Philippou, Elena
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents information to educate rehabilitation professionals on best nutritional practices for patients who survive a stroke. Rehabilitation professionals are trained to assist patients to recover … For more see J79833

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Social competence treatment after traumatic brain injury: A multicenter, randomized controlled trial of interactive group treatment versus noninteractive treatment
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2131-2142 12 pages
Author(s): Harrison-Felix, Cynthia; Newman, Jody K.; Hawley, Lenore; Morey, Clare; Ketchum, Jessica M.; Walker, William C.; Bell, Kathleen R.; Millis, Scott R.; Braden, Cynthia; Malec, James; Hammond, Flora M.; Eagye, C. B.; Howe, Laura
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effectiveness of group interactive structured treatment (GIST) with an alternative non-interactive treatment for improving social competence in a diverse sample of civilians and veterans … For more see J79834

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Extracorporeal shock waves versus botulinum toxin type A in the treatment of poststroke upper limb spasticity: A randomized noninferiority trial
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2143-2150 12 pages
Author(s): Wu, Yah-Ting; Yu, Hui-Kung; Chen, Li-Ru; Chang, Chih-Ning; Chen, Yi-Min; Hu, Gwo-Chi
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is noninferior to botulinum toxin type A (BoNT-A) for the treatment of poststroke upper-limb spasticity. Forty-two patients with chronic … For more see J79835

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Best core stabilization for anticipatory postural adjustment and falls in hemiparetic stroke
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2168-2174 7 pages
Author(s): Lee, Nam G.; You, Joshua (Sung) H.; Yi, Chung H.; Jeon, Hye S.; Choi, Bong S.; Lee, Dong R.; Park, Jae M.; Lee, Tae H.; Ryu, In T.; Yoon, Hyun S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of conventional core stabilization and dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS) on anticipatory postural adjustment (APA) time, balance performance, and fear of falls in 28 … For more see J79838

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Which neuromuscular attributes are associated with changes in mobility among community-dwelling older adults with symptomatic lumbar spinal stenosis?
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2190-2197 8 pages
Author(s): Schmidt, Catherine R.; Ward, Rachel E.; Suri, Pradeep; Kiely, Dan K.; Goldstein, Richard; Pengshen, Ni; Anderson, Dennis E.; Bean, Jonathan F.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified neuromuscular attributes associated with mobility and changes in mobility over 2 years of follow-up among patients with and without symptomatic lumbar spinal stenosis (SLSS). Data were … For more see J79840

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Implementation of prescheduled follow-ups with education improve poststroke depression screening compliance in routine clinical practice
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2198-2202 5 pages
Author(s): Berg, Anu; Hujala, Maija; Kari, Pirkko; Tapiola, Tero
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the extent to which the mood of stroke patients is assessed and what kind of assessment methods are used in routine clinical practice, and whether prescheduled follow-ups including … For more see J79841

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Go home, sit less: The impact of home versus hospital rehabilitation environment on activity levels of stroke survivors
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2216-2221, 2221.e1 7 pages
Author(s): Simpson, Dawn B.; Breslin, Monique; Cumming Toby; de Zoete, Sam; Gall, Seana L.; Schmidt, Matthew; English, Coralie; Callisaya, Michele L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether change in rehabilitation environment (hospital or home) and other factors influence time spent sitting upright and walking after stroke. Thirty-four participants with stroke were … For more see J79843

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The impact of stigma on community reintegration of veterans with traumatic brain injury and the well-being of their caregivers
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2222-2229 8 pages
Author(s): Phelan,Sean M.; Bangerter, Lauren R.; Friedemann-Sanchez, Greta; Lackore, Kandace A.; Morris, Megan A.; Van Houtven, Courtney H.; Carlson, Kathleen F.; van Ryn, Michelle; Harden, Kristin J.; Griffin, Joan M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the influence of perceived stigma and discrimination on caregiver strain, caregiver well-being, and patient community reintegration among 564 informal caregivers of United States (U.S.) … For more see J79844

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Gait and balance measures can identify change from a cerebrospinal fluid tap test in idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2244-2250 7 pages
Author(s): Barker, Karen L.; Hannink, Erin; Pemberton, Sam; Jenkins, Cathy
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the ability of patients with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus (iNPH) to accurately quantify change in their gait and balance symptoms from a cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) tap test (TT). … For more see J79846

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Systematic review of caregiver and dyad interventions after adult traumatic brain injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2342-2354 13 pages
Author(s): Kreitzer, Natalie; Kurowski, Brad G.; Bakas, Tamilyn
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study synthesized the literature on interventions designed to address the impact of traumatic brain injury (TB)I on adult patients and their family caregivers. TBI is a common injury that has a significant … For more see J79855

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A systematic review with meta-analysis of mindful exercises on rehabilitation outcomes among poststroke patients
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2355-2364 10 pages
Author(s): Zou, Liye; Sasaki, Jeffer E.; Zeng, Nan; Wang, Chaoyi; Sun, Li
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the available literature was conducted to examine whether mindful exercises are effective in improving sensory and motor functions after a stroke. Activities classified … For more see J79856

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Cluster analysis of vulnerable groups in acute traumatic brain injury rehabilitation
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2365-2369 5 pages
Project(s): H133A120100 , H133P120011
Author(s): Kucukboyaci, N. Erkut; Long, Coralynn; Smith, Michelle; Rath, Joseph F.; Bushnik, Tamara
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the membership of patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) in various “vulnerable group” clusters (e.g., homeless, unemployed, racial/ethnic minority) by using statistically robust clusters … For more see J79857

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Interdisciplinary approaches to facilitate return to driving and return to work in mild stroke: A position paper
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2378-2388 11 pages
Author(s): Burns, Suzanne P.; Schwartz, Jaclyn K.; Scott, Shannon L.; Devos, Hannes; Kovis, Mark; Hong, Ickpyo; Akinwuntan, Abiodun
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The Health and Wellness Task Force within the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Stroke Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group seeks to support current practice through this position paper … For more see J79860

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Invited commentary on “The report to Congress on the management of traumatic brain injury in children”
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2389-2391 3 pages
Author(s): Suskauer, Stacy J.; Houtrow, Amy J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently published “The Report to Congress on the Management of Traumatic Brain Injury in Children,” a 73-page comprehensive summary on the state of … For more see J79861

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The hybrid assistive limb® intervention for a postoperative patient with spinal dural arteriovenous fistula and chronic spinal cord injury: A case study
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 710-717 8 pages
Author(s): Shimizu, Yukiyo; Nakai, Kei; Kadone, Hideki; Yamauchi, Shunsuke; Kubota, Shigeki; Ueno, Tomoyuki; Marushima, Aiki; Hiruta, Kayp; Endo, Ayumu; Kawamoto, Hiroaki; Matsumura, Akira; Sankai, Yoshiyuki; Hada, Yasushi; Yamazaki, Masashi
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the improvement in walking ability using the Hybrid Assistive Limb® (HAL®) intervention in the case of a patient with paraplegia after spinal cord injury (SCI) whose condition deteriorated … For more see J79863

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Functional outcomes in patients with co-occurring traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury from an inpatient rehabilitation facility’s perspective
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 718-730 13 pages
Author(s): Garlanger, Kristin L.; Beck, Lisa A.; Cheville, Andrea L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the occurrence and severity of co-occurring traumatic brain injury (TBI) in people with traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI), i.e. dual diagnosis (DD), and described differences in functional … For more see J79864

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Body composition changes with testosterone replacement therapy following spinal cord injury and aging: A mini review
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 624-636 13 pages
Author(s): Nightingale, Tom E.; Moore, Pamela; Harnan, Joshua; Hkalil, Refka; Gill, Ranjodh S.; Castillo, Teodoro; Adler, Robert A.; Gorgey, Ashraf S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This mini-review proposes that testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) may be a viable strategy to improve lean body mass (LBM) and fat mass (FM) in people with spinal cord injury (SCI). Testosterone plays … For more see J79865

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Evaluating the effectiveness of antidepressant therapy adjuvant to gabapentin and pregabalin for treatment of SCI-related neuropathic pain
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 637-652 16 pages
Author(s): McKinley, Emily C.; Richardson, Elizabeth J.; McGwin, Gerald; Zhang, Jie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether a combination of anticonvulsant and antidepressant, two primary therapies for neuropathic pain, is associated with improved pain control compared to individual therapy. Subjects … For more see J79866

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Comparison of disability and quality of life between patients with pediatric and adult onset paraplegia
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 645-652 8 pages
Author(s): Celik, Hanife D.; Turk, Ayla C.; Sahin, Fusun; Yilmaz, Figen; Kuran, Banu
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the factors that affect disability and quality of life (QOL) in patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) and compared the degree of disability and QOL according to whether their injury … For more see J79867

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Spiritual well-being and quality of life in patients with spinal cord injury: A study from Iran
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 653-658 6 pages
Author(s): Hajiaghababaei, Marzieh; Saberi, Hooshang; Rahnama, Parvin; Montazeri, Ali
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the relationship between spiritual well-being and health-related quality of life (QOL) among patients with spinal cord injury (SCI). Participants were patients with SCI attending the Brain … For more see J79868

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Complementary alternative medicine practices and beliefs in spinal cord injury and non-spinal cord injured individuals
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 659-666 8 pages
Author(s): Rudra, Renuka T.; Farkas, Gary J.; Haidar, Shahd; Slavoski, Kristin E.; Lokey, Nancy E.; Hudson, Timothy R.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the beliefs and practices of individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI), their friends and family members (F&F-SCI), and healthcare professionals (HCP) regarding complementary alternative … For more see J79869

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Associations between vitamin D, adiposity, and respiratory symptoms in chronic spinal cord injury
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 667-675 9 pages
Author(s): Walia, Palak; Goldstein, Rebekah L.; Teylan, Merilee; Lazzari, Antonio A.; Hart, Jaime E.; Tun, Carlos G.; Garshick, Eric
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed potentially modifiable factors associated with respiratory symptoms in adults with chronic spinal cord injury (SCI), focusing on circulating vitamin D and measures of body fat. Data were … For more see J79870

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Lower extremity fractures in patients with spinal cord injury characteristics, outcome and risk factors for non-unions
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 676-683 8 pages
Author(s): Grassner, Lukas; Klein, Barbara; Maier, Doris; Buhren, Volker; Vogel, Matthias
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the demographic characteristics and outcomes of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) and lower-extremity fractures. All patients with SCI suffering from osteoporotic/pathologic fractures … For more see J79871

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Challenging questions regarding the international standards
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 684-690 7 pages
Author(s): Solinsky, Ryan; Kirshblum, Steven C.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article highlights questions with regards to the International Standards for Neurological Classification of Spinal Cord Injury (ISNCSCI) and provides historical perspectives to help spinal cord injury … For more see J79872

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Mental disorder prevalence among U. S. department of veterans affairs outpatients with spinal cord injuries
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 691-702 12 pages
Author(s): McDonald, Scott D.; Mickens, Melody N.; Goldberg-Looney, Lisa D.; Mutchler, Brian J.; Ellwood, Michael S.; Castillo, Teodoro A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study estimated the prevalence and predictors of mental disorders among United States (U.S.) military veterans with spinal cord injury (SCI) receiving outpatient care in the Department of Veterans Affairs … For more see J79873

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Fatal innominate artery hemorrhage in a patient with tetraplegia: Case report and literature review
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 731-734 4 pages
Author(s): Qureshi, Ahmad Z.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents the case of an individual with tetraplegia and a tracheostomy who died as a result of innominate artery hemorrhage. This case highlights the possible causes and interventions associated … For more see J79875

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Perceived influence of intrinsic/extrinsic factors on participation in life activities after spinal cord injury
Disability and Health Journal, 11(4), 583-590 8 pages
Author(s): Cobb, John E.; Leblond, Jean; Dumont, Frederic S.; Noreau, Luc
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the perceived influence of six intrinsic/extrinsic factors (barriers) on participation in 26 life activities after spinal cord injury (SCI), whether this influence varied based on extent … For more see J79889

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Body structure, function, activity, and participation in 3- to 6-year-old children born very preterm: An ICF-based systematic review and meta-analysis
Physical Therapy, 98(8), 691-704 14 pages
Author(s): FitzGerald, Tara L.; Kwong, Amanda K. L.; Cheong, Jeanie L. Y.; McGinley, Jennifer L.; Doyle, Lex W.; Spittle, Alicia J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This review identified and compared motor outcomes of 3- to 6-year-old children born very preterm (VP) and children born full-term (FT) within the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, … For more see J79722

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Increased physician and physical therapist communication is associated with earlier mobility and decreased length of stay in the cerebrovascular and trauma neuroscience population
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 195-199 5 pages
Author(s): Burch, Danielle; Bernert, Silke; Fraser, Justin F.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effect of increased coordination between a physical therapist and an attending cerebrovascular neurosurgeon through daily multidisciplinary rounds. A retrospective review was performed … For more see J79796

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Robot-guided neuronavigated repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in central neuropathic pain
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2203-2215 13 pages
Author(s): Quesada, Charles; Pommier, Benjamin; Fauchon, Camille; Bradley, Claire; Creac’h, Christelle; Vassal, Francois; Peyron, Roland
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: To confirm and extend previous results involving robot-guided, neuronavigated repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) aimed at alleviating refractory central neuropathic pain (CNP), this study … For more see J79842

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Accuracy of acitivity trackers in Parkinson disease: Should we prescribe them?
Physical Therapy, 98(8), 705-714 10 pages
Author(s): Wendel, Nicholas; Macpherson, Chelsea E.; Webber, Karoline; Hendron, Kathryn; DeAngelis, Tamara; Colon-Semenza, Cristina; Ellis, Terry
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the accuracy of 4 consumer-grade activity trackers in individuals with Parkinson disease (PD) while ambulating during continuous and discontinuous walking tasks. Thirty-three people … For more see J79723

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Reliability and validity of the sway balance mobile application for measurement of postural sway in people with Parkinson disease
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 147-154 8 pages
Author(s): Fiems, Connie L.; Dugan, Eric L.; Moore, Elizabeth S.; Combs-Miller, Stephanie A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed examined the test-retest reliability of the Sway Balance™ mobile application in measuring postural sway in individuals with Parkinson disease, the concurrent validity of Sway Balance™ with … For more see J79792

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Effectiveness of home-based exercises without supervision by physical therapists for patients with early-stage amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: A pilot study
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2114-2117 4 pages
Author(s): Kitano, Kosuke; Asakawa, Takashi; Kamide, Naoto; Yorimoto, Keisuke; Yoneda, Masaki; Kikuchi, Yutaka; Sawada, Makoto; Momori, Tetsuo
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examine the effects of structured home-based exercises without supervision by a physical therapist in patients with early-stage amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Twenty-one patients with ALS … For more see J79832

Search Strategy: Rehabilitation success/outcome

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Age Influence on Functional Outcome of Patients With Sequelae of Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury
Author(s): Joana Machado Santos; António Castro e Cunha; Catarina Matias; Manuela Mira Coelho
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the relationship between age and functional outcome in patients with sequelae of Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury (TSCI). This was a retrospective study, with an … For more see I244673

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Congenital Muscular Torticollis
Author(s): Sara Bastos; Joana Almeida; Iolanda Veiros; Mafalda Bártolo; Tiago Ribeira; Renato Nunes
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to describe the clinical patterns and characteristics of congenital muscular torticollis (CMT). This was a retrospective longitudinal study of children with congenital muscular … For more see I244680

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Paroxysmal Autonomic Instability with Dystonia, a Rare Syndrome and a Rehabilitation Emergency – A Case Report
Author(s): Mónica Bettencourt; Virginia Reis; Isabel Batalha
Year: 2015
Abstract [truncated]: This study reports on a case of paroxysmal autonomic instability, a relatively rare complication of multiple central nervous system (CNS) lesions. The syndrome remains poorly understood, despite its unfavorable … For more see I244690

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The Integration of Rehabilitation Facilities in the Trauma Network–Practical Implementation of the Trauma Rehabilitation Phase Model
Author(s): Wolf-Dieter Müller; Stefan Simmel; Stephanie Köhler; Reinhard Hoffmann; Christoph Reimertz
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This article discusses the introduction of a 6-stage phase model for trauma rehabilitation, based on a well-established and successful Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft für Rehabilitation (BAR) neurorehabilitation … For more see I244729

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The Return to Work Status One Year After Vocational Retraining: Is it an Indicator for Long Term Occupational Participation?
Author(s): Christian Hetzel; Marco Streibelt
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to determine whether the return to work (RTW) 12 months after vocational retraining (VR) can be a proxy variable for long term income trajectories. Based on register data … For more see I244730

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The Significance of Work Motivation for Rehabilitation Success
Author(s): Franziska Kessemeier; Christiane Stöckler; Franz Petermann; Markus Bassler; Wolfgang Pfeiffer; Axel Kobelt
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this study was to analyze the influence of work motivation on the outcome of rehabilitation. The data basis consisted of 998 patients at the psychosomatic department of the Oberharz Rehabilitation … For more see I244731

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Spinal Cord Infarction: Case Report and Literature Review
Author(s): Maria Pais Carvalho Correio; Anabela Ferreira; Vera Ermida; Irina Peixoto; Pedro Teixeira; Mário Ferreira Vaz; Nelson Albuquerque; Jorge Caldas
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: This paper presents two cases of acute spinal cord ischemia syndrome admitted at a Rehabilitation Department and compares their clinical features with current literature studies. Acute spinal cord ischemia … For more see I244736

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Ultrasound Guided Hydrodistension in Adhesive Capsulitis Treatment, a Physiatrist’s Therapeutic Weapon: A Prospective Study
Author(s): José Luis Carvalho; Gonçalo Borges
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: This article presents a nine-month prospective study of 14 patients with adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder undergoing an ultrasound guided capsular hydrodistension as part of a multimodal therapeutic … For more see I244754

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Breaking down barriers to the utilization of standardized tests and outcome measures in acute care physical therapist practice: An observational longitudinal study
Physical Therapy, 98(6), 528-538 11 pages
Author(s): McDonnell, Brian; Stillwell, Shannon; Hart, Shelby; Davis, Roger B.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this quality improvement (QI) effort was to implement a series of interventions aimed at increasing both use and interpretation of standardized tests and outcome measures (STOM) by physical … For more see J79711

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Effectiveness of a blended physical therapist intervention in people with hip osteoarthritis, knee osteoarthritis, or both: A cluster-randomized controlled trial
Physical Therapy, 98(7), 560-570 11 pages
Author(s): Kloek, Corelien J. J.; Bossen, Daniel; Spreeuwenberg, Peter M.; Dekker, Joost; de Bakker, Dinny H.; Veenhof, Cindy
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the short- and long-term effectiveness of physical therapy combined with an online application (e-Exercise) compared to usual physical therapy in people with hip/knee osteoarthritis … For more see J79713

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Body structure, function, activity, and participation in 3- to 6-year-old children born very preterm: An ICF-based systematic review and meta-analysis
Physical Therapy, 98(8), 691-704 14 pages
Author(s): FitzGerald, Tara L.; Kwong, Amanda K. L.; Cheong, Jeanie L. Y.; McGinley, Jennifer L.; Doyle, Lex W.; Spittle, Alicia J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This review identified and compared motor outcomes of 3- to 6-year-old children born very preterm (VP) and children born full-term (FT) within the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, … For more see J79722

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Relax while you rehabilitate: A pilot study integrating a novel yoga-based mindfulness group intervention into a residential military brain injury rehabilitation program
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 182-193 12 pages
Author(s): Combs, Martha A.; Critchfield, Edan A.; Soble, Jason R.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the feasibility and effectiveness of integrating a group-based, mindfulness intervention in a residential rehabilitation setting, with specific focus on assessing participants’ self-report … For more see J79783

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Predicting treatment response to cognitive rehabilitation in military service members with mild traumatic brain injury
Rehabilitation Psychology, 63(2), 194-204 11 pages
Author(s): Vanderploeg, Rodney D.; Cooper, Douglas B.; Curtiss, Glenn; Kennedy, Jan E.; Tate, David F.; Bowles, Amy O.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified factors that affect responsiveness to cognitive rehabilitation (CR) interventions in military service members who sustained mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). One hundred twenty-six … For more see J79784

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Preinjury employment status as a risk factor for symptomatology and disability in mild traumatic brain injury: A TRACK-TBI analysis
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 169-182 14 pages
Author(s): Yue, John K.; Rick, Jonathan W.; Morrissey, Molly R.; Taylor, Sabrina R.; Deng, Hansen; Suen, Catherine G.; Vassar, Mary J.; Cnossen, Maryse C.; Lingsma, Hester F.; Yuh, Esther L.; Mukherjee, Pratik; Gardner, Raquel C.; Valadka, Alex B.; Okonkwo, David O.; Cage, Tene A.; Manley, Geoffrey T.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study analyzed patients with mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) from the TRACK-TBI Pilot study to characterize comorbidities and injury patterns according to preinjury employment status. Preinjury employment … For more see J79794

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Hemianopia after stroke: A randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of a standardized versus an individualized rehabilitation program, on scanning ability whilst walking
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 201-209 9 pages
Author(s): Crotty, Maria; van den Berg, Maayken; Hayes, Allison; Chen, Celia; Lange, Kylie; George, Stacey
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effectiveness of a standardized program versus current individualized therapy in patients with homonymous hemianopia, a loss of perception of the right or left half of the visual field … For more see J79797

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Increasing physical activity in stroke survivors using STARFISH, an interactive smartphone application: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 77-82 6 pages
Author(s): Paul, Lorna; Campbell, Evan; Gray, Cindy; Brewster, Stephen; Ramsay, Andrew; Gill, Jason M. R.; McFayden, Angus; Dybus, Aleksandra
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents the protocol for a single-blind, randomized controlled trial that will examine the effect of the STARFISH intervention on physical activity (PA) in stroke survivors, compared to usual … For more see J79809

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Walking and balance outcomes for stroke survivors: A randomized clinical trial comparing body-weight-supported treadmill training with versus without challenging mobility skills
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabiliation, 15(92) 9 pages
Project(s): H133G120297
Author(s): Graham, Sarah A.; Roth, Elliot J.; Brown, David A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared walking and balance outcomes of chronic stroke survivors performing body-weight-supported treadmill training (BWSTT) versus BWSTT including challenging mobility skills. This single-blind … For more see J79817

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Personality, high-risk behaviors, and elevated risk of unintentional deaths related to drug poisoning among individuals with spinal cord injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 1941-1948 8 pages
Project(s): H133G140048
Author(s): Krause, James S.; Cao, Yue; DiPiro, Nicole D.; Cuddy, Emma
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study identified risk and protective factors for unintentional death related to drug poisoning from prescription medications, including opioid-related deaths, and death due to all other causes among participants … For more see J79818

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Racial differences in weight gain: A 5-year longitudinal study of persons with spinal cord injury
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 1957-1964 8 pages
Project(s): 90DP0083
Author(s): Wen, Huacong; Chen, Yuying; He, Yin; Bickel, C. Scott; Robinson-Whelen, Susan; Heinemann, Allen W.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed racial differences in body mass index (BMI) change over 5 years among people with spinal cord injury (SCI). Participants were 437 individuals (313 non-Hispanic white, 81 non-Hispanic black, … For more see J79819

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Home-based exercise enhances health-related quality of life in persons with spinal cord injury: A randomized controlled trial
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 1998-2006, 2006.e1 10 pages
Author(s): Nightingale, Tom E.; Rouse, Peter C.; Walhin, Jean-Philippe; Thompson, Dylan; Bilzon, James L. J.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the influence of a home-based exercise intervention on indices of health-related quality of life (HRQOL) in individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI). After baseline laboratory testing … For more see J79822

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Changing physical activity behavior in people with multiple sclerosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2059-2075 17 pages
Author(s): Casey, Blathin; Coote, Susan; Hayes, Sara; Gallagher, Stephen
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study systematically review the literature on behavioral interventions for people with multiple sclerosis (MS) that aim to change physical activity (PA) behavior, and explored whether these interventions … For more see J79830

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Motor skill interventions in children with developmental coordination disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2076-2099 14 pages
Author(s): Yu, Jane J.; Burnett, Angus F.; Sit, Cindy H.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study determined the characteristics and effectiveness of motor skill interventions in children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD) and identified potential moderators of training effects using … For more see J79831

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Effectiveness of home-based exercises without supervision by physical therapists for patients with early-stage amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: A pilot study
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2114-2117 4 pages
Author(s): Kitano, Kosuke; Asakawa, Takashi; Kamide, Naoto; Yorimoto, Keisuke; Yoneda, Masaki; Kikuchi, Yutaka; Sawada, Makoto; Momori, Tetsuo
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examine the effects of structured home-based exercises without supervision by a physical therapist in patients with early-stage amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Twenty-one patients with ALS … For more see J79832

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Social competence treatment after traumatic brain injury: A multicenter, randomized controlled trial of interactive group treatment versus noninteractive treatment
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2131-2142 12 pages
Author(s): Harrison-Felix, Cynthia; Newman, Jody K.; Hawley, Lenore; Morey, Clare; Ketchum, Jessica M.; Walker, William C.; Bell, Kathleen R.; Millis, Scott R.; Braden, Cynthia; Malec, James; Hammond, Flora M.; Eagye, C. B.; Howe, Laura
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effectiveness of group interactive structured treatment (GIST) with an alternative non-interactive treatment for improving social competence in a diverse sample of civilians and veterans … For more see J79834

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Extracorporeal shock waves versus botulinum toxin type A in the treatment of poststroke upper limb spasticity: A randomized noninferiority trial
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2143-2150 12 pages
Author(s): Wu, Yah-Ting; Yu, Hui-Kung; Chen, Li-Ru; Chang, Chih-Ning; Chen, Yi-Min; Hu, Gwo-Chi
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is noninferior to botulinum toxin type A (BoNT-A) for the treatment of poststroke upper-limb spasticity. Forty-two patients with chronic … For more see J79835

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Increase in lactate without change in nutritive blood flow or glucose at active trigger point following massage: A randomized clinical trial
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2151-2159 9 pages
Author(s): Moraska, Albert F.; Hickner, Robert C.; Rzasa-Lynn, Rachael; Shah, Jay P.; Hebert, Jonathan R.; Kphrt, Wendy M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated changes in nutritive blood flow as well as interstitial glucose and lactate within an active myofascial trigger point (MTrP) following massage. Twenty-five adults with episodic or chronic … For more see J79836

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Behavior-change intervention targeting physical function, walking, and disability after dysvascular amputation: A randomized controlled pilot trial
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2160-2167 8 pages
Author(s): Christiansen, Cory L.; Miller, Matthew J.; Murray, Amanda M.; Stephenson, Ryan O.; Stevens-Lapsley, Jennifer E.; Hiatt, William R.; Schenkman, Margaret L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the efficacy of a home-based behavior-change intervention designed to promote exercise, walking activity, and disease self-management after dysvascular transtibial amputation (TTA). Thirty-eight … For more see J79837

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Go home, sit less: The impact of home versus hospital rehabilitation environment on activity levels of stroke survivors
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2216-2221, 2221.e1 7 pages
Author(s): Simpson, Dawn B.; Breslin, Monique; Cumming Toby; de Zoete, Sam; Gall, Seana L.; Schmidt, Matthew; English, Coralie; Callisaya, Michele L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether change in rehabilitation environment (hospital or home) and other factors influence time spent sitting upright and walking after stroke. Thirty-four participants with stroke were … For more see J79843

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Gait and balance measures can identify change from a cerebrospinal fluid tap test in idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2244-2250 7 pages
Author(s): Barker, Karen L.; Hannink, Erin; Pemberton, Sam; Jenkins, Cathy
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the ability of patients with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus (iNPH) to accurately quantify change in their gait and balance symptoms from a cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) tap test (TT). … For more see J79846

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Myoelectric prosthesis users improve performance time and accuracy using vibrotactile feedback when visual feedback is disturbed
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2263-2270 8 pages
Author(s): Raveh, Eitan; Portnoy, Sigal; Friedman, Jason
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study evaluated the effects of adding vibrotactile feedback (VTF) to a myoelectric-controlled artificial hand on performance of a functional task when visual feedback was disturbed. Twelve participants … For more see J79849

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Evaluation of cognitive behavioral interventions and psychoeducation implemented by rehabilitation specialists to treat fear-avoidance beliefs in patients with low back pain: A systematic review
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2287-2298 12 pages
Author(s): Baez, Shelby; Hoch, Matthew C.; Hoch, Johanna M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study systematically synthesized the available evidence regarding the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapies (CBTs) and psychoeducation used to treat fear-avoidance beliefs in patients with acute, … For more see J79852

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Use of virtual technology as an intervention for wheelchair skills training: A systematic review
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2313-2341 29 pages
Author(s): Lam, Jean-Francois; Gosselin, Laurent; Rushton, Paula W.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: This review provides a comprehensive description of the current state of knowledge regarding the use of virtual technology (VT) for wheelchair skills training. The Cochrane Library, MEDLINE, CINAHL, Embase, … For more see J79854

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Cluster analysis of vulnerable groups in acute traumatic brain injury rehabilitation
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2365-2369 5 pages
Project(s): H133A120100 , H133P120011
Author(s): Kucukboyaci, N. Erkut; Long, Coralynn; Smith, Michelle; Rath, Joseph F.; Bushnik, Tamara
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the membership of patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) in various “vulnerable group” clusters (e.g., homeless, unemployed, racial/ethnic minority) by using statistically robust clusters … For more see J79857

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Lower extremity fractures in patients with spinal cord injury characteristics, outcome and risk factors for non-unions
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 676-683 8 pages
Author(s): Grassner, Lukas; Klein, Barbara; Maier, Doris; Buhren, Volker; Vogel, Matthias
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the demographic characteristics and outcomes of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) and lower-extremity fractures. All patients with SCI suffering from osteoporotic/pathologic fractures … For more see J79871

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Management of stress urinary incontinence in spinal cord injured female patients with a mid-urethral tape — a single center experience
Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine – JSCM (formerly Journal of the American Paraplegia Society), 41(6), 703-709 7 pages
Author(s): Sakalis, Vasileios I.; Floyd Jr., Michael S.; Caygill, Philippa; Price, Chloe; Hartwell, Ben; Guy, Peter J.; Davies, Melissa C.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study assessed the efficacy of mid-urethral tapes (MUT) in managing stress urinary incontinence in females with spinal cord injury (SCI). Participants were 38 SCI females with upper motor neuron lesion … For more see J79874

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Frailty is associated with mortality in patients aged 50 years and older
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 703-707 5 pages
Author(s): Romanowski, Kathleen S.; Curtis, Eleanor; Palmieri, Tina L.; Greenhalgh, David G.; Sen, Soman
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study explored the effects of frailty and burn injury on the middle-aged (age 50–64 years) and elderly (=65-years-old) adults. It was hypothesized that a patient’s preinjury frailty score (FS) will predict … For more see J79953

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The development and validity of the adults burn outcome questionnaire short form
Journal of Burn Care And Research (formerly Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation), 39(5), 771-779 9 pages
Project(s): 90DPBU0001 , H133A120034 , H133A130023
Author(s): Chen, Liang; Lee, Austin F.; Shapiro, Gabriel D.; Goverman, Jeremy; Faoro, Nicholas; Schneider, Jeffrey C.; Kazis, Lewis E.; Ryan, Colleen M.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article describes the development and evaluation of the validity of the Adult Burn Outcome Questionnaire (ABOQ), a brief measure that can be administered electronically to all burn survivors over the … For more see J79955

Search Strategy: Stroke

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Painful Hemiplegic Shoulder: From Prevention to Treatment
Author(s): Ana Filipa Neves; Alexandre Camões Barbosa
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: This paper presents a structured approach to the prevention and treatment of painful hemiplegic shoulder, a condition that may appear from two weeks to four months after stroke. Painful hemiplegic shoulder … For more see I244689

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Young Adult Stroke: The Reality in a Rehabilitation Centre
Author(s): Moisés Henriques; Joana Henriques; Jorge Jacinto
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: This study aimed to calculate the percentage of young adults among patients admitted with stroke diagnosis in one Rehabilitation Center service and study the effect of some parameters on the efficiency … For more see I244697

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Spinal Cord Infarction: Case Report and Literature Review
Author(s): Maria Pais Carvalho Correio; Anabela Ferreira; Vera Ermida; Irina Peixoto; Pedro Teixeira; Mário Ferreira Vaz; Nelson Albuquerque; Jorge Caldas
Year: 2017
Abstract [truncated]: This paper presents two cases of acute spinal cord ischemia syndrome admitted at a Rehabilitation Department and compares their clinical features with current literature studies. Acute spinal cord ischemia … For more see I244736

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Upper Limb Spasticity: Efficacy and Safety Evaluation of Botulinum Toxin and GAS Usefulness – Retrospective Study
Author(s): Simão Serrano; João Constantino; Filipa Januário; Carla Amaral
Year: 2014
Abstract [truncated]: The purpose of this study was to evaluate clinical and functional responses to botulinum toxin type A (BoNT-A) administration in the treatment of upper limb (UL) focal spasticity. This was a descriptive, … For more see I244696

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Characterization of reactions to laterally directed perturbations in people with chronic stroke
Physical Therapy, 98(7), 585-594 10 pages
Author(s): Schinkel-Ivy, Alison; Aqui, Anthony; Danells, Cynthia J.; Mansfield, Avril
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined differences in reactive balance control in response to laterally directed perturbations in people with chronic stroke, based on perturbation direction and ability to step with either limb. … For more see J79715

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Hemianopia after stroke: A randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of a standardized versus an individualized rehabilitation program, on scanning ability whilst walking
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 201-209 9 pages
Author(s): Crotty, Maria; van den Berg, Maayken; Hayes, Allison; Chen, Celia; Lange, Kylie; George, Stacey
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effectiveness of a standardized program versus current individualized therapy in patients with homonymous hemianopia, a loss of perception of the right or left half of the visual field … For more see J79797

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Sleep disturbances negatively affect balance and gait function in post-stroke patients
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 211-218 8 pages
Author(s): Moon, Hyun I.; Yoon, Seo Y.; Jeong, Yoon J.; Cho, Tae H.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined the impact of sleep disturbance on balance and gait function after stroke. One hundred forty patients with first-ever stroke were retrospectively evaluated. The patients were divided into … For more see J79798

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Mobility, balance and balance confidence — correlations with daily living of individuals with and without mild proprioception deficits post-stroke
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 219-226 8 pages
Author(s): Rand, Debbie
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared mobility, balance, and balance confidence (BC) with independence in basic and instrumental activities of daily living (BADL and IADL) of individuals with and without mild proprioception … For more see J79799

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The effects of robot-assisted gait training using virtual reality and auditory stimulation on balance and gait abilities in persons with stroke
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 227-235 9 pages
Author(s): Park, Jaeho; Chung, Yijung
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effects of robot-assisted gait training (RAGT) using virtual reality and auditory stimulation on balance and gait abilities in stroke patients. Forty subjects were randomly divided … For more see J79800

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Effects of water-based and land-based exercises on walking and balance function of patients with hemiplegia
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 237-246 10 pages
Author(s): Eyvaz, Nuran; Dundar, Umit; Yesil, Hilal
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether the water-based exercise (WBE) program applied in combination with the land-based exercises (LBE) contributes to the motor functions, walking, balance functions and quality … For more see J79801

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Vestibular rehabilitation training in patients with subacute stroke: A preliminary randomized controlled trial
NeuroRehabilitation, 43(2), 247-254 8 pages
Author(s): Tramontano, Marco; Bergamini, Elena; Iosa, Marco; Belluscio, Valeria; Vannozzi, Giuseppe; Morone, Giovanni
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the effect of customized vestibular rehabilitation training on gait stability of patients with subacute stroke. Vestibular rehabilitation consists of a patient-centered exercise program … For more see J79802

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Increasing physical activity in stroke survivors using STARFISH, an interactive smartphone application: Protocol for a randomised controlled trial
Technology and Disability, 30(1-2), 77-82 6 pages
Author(s): Paul, Lorna; Campbell, Evan; Gray, Cindy; Brewster, Stephen; Ramsay, Andrew; Gill, Jason M. R.; McFayden, Angus; Dybus, Aleksandra
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents the protocol for a single-blind, randomized controlled trial that will examine the effect of the STARFISH intervention on physical activity (PA) in stroke survivors, compared to usual … For more see J79809

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Guidelines for adult stroke rehabilitation and recovery: A guideline for healthcare professionals from the American heart association/American stroke association
Stroke, 47(6), e98-e169 82 pages
Author(s): Winstein, Carolee J.; Stein, Joel; Arena, Ross; Bates, Barbara; Cherney, Leora R.; Cramer, Steven C.; Deruyter, Frank; Eng, Janice J.; Fisher, Beth; Harvey, Richard L.; Lang, Catherine E.; MacKay-Lyons, Marilyn; Ottenbacher, Kenneth J.; Pugh, Sue; Reeves, Mathew J.; Richards, Lorie G.; Stiers, William; Zorowitz, Richard D.
Year: 2016
Abstract [truncated]: The aim of this guideline is to provide a synopsis of best clinical practices in the rehabilitative care of adults recovering from stroke. Stroke rehabilitation requires a sustained and coordinated effort … For more see J79810

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Walking and balance outcomes for stroke survivors: A randomized clinical trial comparing body-weight-supported treadmill training with versus without challenging mobility skills
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabiliation, 15(92) 9 pages
Project(s): H133G120297
Author(s): Graham, Sarah A.; Roth, Elliot J.; Brown, David A.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared walking and balance outcomes of chronic stroke survivors performing body-weight-supported treadmill training (BWSTT) versus BWSTT including challenging mobility skills. This single-blind … For more see J79817

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Information/education page: The ABCs for nutrition poststroke: An evidence-based practice guide for rehabilitation professionals
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(10), 2125-2127 3 pages
Author(s): Phadke, Chetan P.; Schwartz, Jaclyn; Vuagnat, Hubert; Philippou, Elena
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Article presents information to educate rehabilitation professionals on best nutritional practices for patients who survive a stroke. Rehabilitation professionals are trained to assist patients to recover … For more see J79833

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Extracorporeal shock waves versus botulinum toxin type A in the treatment of poststroke upper limb spasticity: A randomized noninferiority trial
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2143-2150 12 pages
Author(s): Wu, Yah-Ting; Yu, Hui-Kung; Chen, Li-Ru; Chang, Chih-Ning; Chen, Yi-Min; Hu, Gwo-Chi
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated whether extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) is noninferior to botulinum toxin type A (BoNT-A) for the treatment of poststroke upper-limb spasticity. Forty-two patients with chronic … For more see J79835

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Best core stabilization for anticipatory postural adjustment and falls in hemiparetic stroke
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2168-2174 7 pages
Author(s): Lee, Nam G.; You, Joshua (Sung) H.; Yi, Chung H.; Jeon, Hye S.; Choi, Bong S.; Lee, Dong R.; Park, Jae M.; Lee, Tae H.; Ryu, In T.; Yoon, Hyun S.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study compared the effects of conventional core stabilization and dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS) on anticipatory postural adjustment (APA) time, balance performance, and fear of falls in 28 … For more see J79838

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Implementation of prescheduled follow-ups with education improve poststroke depression screening compliance in routine clinical practice
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2198-2202 5 pages
Author(s): Berg, Anu; Hujala, Maija; Kari, Pirkko; Tapiola, Tero
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study investigated the extent to which the mood of stroke patients is assessed and what kind of assessment methods are used in routine clinical practice, and whether prescheduled follow-ups including … For more see J79841

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Go home, sit less: The impact of home versus hospital rehabilitation environment on activity levels of stroke survivors
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2216-2221, 2221.e1 7 pages
Author(s): Simpson, Dawn B.; Breslin, Monique; Cumming Toby; de Zoete, Sam; Gall, Seana L.; Schmidt, Matthew; English, Coralie; Callisaya, Michele L.
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: Study examined whether change in rehabilitation environment (hospital or home) and other factors influence time spent sitting upright and walking after stroke. Thirty-four participants with stroke were … For more see J79843

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A systematic review with meta-analysis of mindful exercises on rehabilitation outcomes among poststroke patients
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2355-2364 10 pages
Author(s): Zou, Liye; Sasaki, Jeffer E.; Zeng, Nan; Wang, Chaoyi; Sun, Li
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the available literature was conducted to examine whether mindful exercises are effective in improving sensory and motor functions after a stroke. Activities classified … For more see J79856

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Interdisciplinary approaches to facilitate return to driving and return to work in mild stroke: A position paper
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 99(11), 2378-2388 11 pages
Author(s): Burns, Suzanne P.; Schwartz, Jaclyn K.; Scott, Shannon L.; Devos, Hannes; Kovis, Mark; Hong, Ickpyo; Akinwuntan, Abiodun
Year: 2018
Abstract [truncated]: The Health and Wellness Task Force within the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Stroke Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group seeks to support current practice through this position paper … For more see J79860

 

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[WEB SITE] Ain’t It Cool?

Ain’t It Cool?

It may be 90 degrees outside but in here we’re thinking cool: Cool technology from the NIDILRR community? We’re fortunate to be a pert of a community that works on some of the latest technology supporting the independence and participation of people with disabilities. NIDILRR projects conduct research and development in rehabilitation engineering, assistive technology, application development, and integrating technology into home, school, and work. Here are just a few examples of cool tech from the NIDILRR community:

Robotics

Robots! What’s not cool about robots! Several projects work on robotic technology, from exoskeletons to prosthetics to therapy tools:

Machines Assisting Recovery from Stroke and Spinal Cord Injury for Reintegration into Society (MARS3) has an objective to broaden the use of robotic devices for therapy and assistance. Specifically, the center explores new approaches that improve functional outcomes during reach-and-grasp and full body locomotion activities such as: robotic activity mobility center in a fitness center, multi-user training environments for in-home therapy, exoskeletons for walking after spinal cord injury (click to see a video of an exoskeleton in action), wheelchair-based robotic upper extremity exercise and power assisted propulsion, and wearable robots for fall prevention. Learn more about the MARS3 project and the work completed under two previous cycles.

The Timing Investigation Dosage Implementation (TIDI) Rehab Engineering Research Center (RERC) is trying two answer two questions to help clinicians integrate robotics into therapy: How do we distribute the therapy episodes provided by robotic systems over time? How do therapists interact with robotics devices when these devices are delivering the therapy often with minimal hands-on treatment coming from the clinician? Therapists and clinicians who are integrating robotics into their stroke rehabilitation practice need to know how to utilize this technology to support the best recovery for stroke survivors. Learn more about the TIDI project and its activities.

Technologies to Evaluate and Advance Manipulation and Mobility RERC focuses on technology for holding, grasping, and mobility. This includes exoskeletons for stroke recovery and body-powered prosthetics. See the range of technology from the TEAMM RERC.

The Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training in Pediatric Mobility for Physicians and Engineers project is training up the next generation of therapists and engineers. Learn more about the fellowships.

The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Wearable Robots for Independent Living is so new, it doesn’t even have a website yet! Researchers from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Kessler Foundation will work with commercially-available lower extremity exoskeletons to support rehabilitation of people with spinal cord injury and stroke, as well as home-based robotic rehabilitation for people with upper-extremity limitations after stroke. We’re really excited to see what these folks are doing!

Cloud computing

Everything’s moving to the cloud, but what if you can’t access it? Several projects are working on cloud computing and ubiquitous web technology, and making sure these technologies are accessible to all:

The project on Inclusive Cloud and Web Computing conducts research and develops methods to enable software providers to easily and rapidly implement inclusive user experiences so consumers are empowered to fully participate in cloud and web systems. Learn more about what the inclusive cloud project is researching and read abstracts of their research.

The RERC on Universal Interface and Information Technology Access is working on a global public inclusive infrastructure (GPII) designed to make assistive technologies  and other access solutions available for many more users, more efficiently, and more cost-effectively. See demos of this technology in action!

CaptiNarrator, developed under several NIDILRR Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants, is an any-where, any-time browser that will read aloud just about any electronic document. Newspaper, book, magazine, report, you name it. You can use it across multiple devices (phone, tablet, computer) and platforms. It’s great for people with print disabilities (blindness, low vision, dyslexia) but also great for people on the go! Capti recently partnered with Project Gutenberg to bring tens of thousands of classic books to readers everywhere. Sign up for Capti!

Telerehabilitation

What if you could have a physical or occupational therapy session without leaving home? What if your local, small town clinic could “loop in” a world-class neurorehab specialist from the big city? This is promise of telerehabilitation: Bringing rehabilitation and recovery to more people in more places.

The RERC on Telerehabilitation focused on methods, systems, and technologies to support consultative, preventative, diagnostic, and therapeutic interventions to improve and promote telerehabilitation for individuals who have limited access to comprehensive medical and rehabilitation outpatient services. The project held a State of the Science conference and publishes an International Journal of Telerehabilitation. See the resources from this recently-completed RERC.

The Mayo Clinic’s Traumatic Brain Injury Model System Center is addressing the need for specialist TBI care using communication technology in the CONNECT trial. Learn about CONNECT and the promise of telemedicine for TBI.

These are just a few examples of the cool research and development activities taking place at NIDILRR-funded centers and projects across the country. To learn more about current and previously funded projects, please visit the NIDILRR Program Database (hint: browse through the Technology for Access and Function priority).

Source: Ain’t It Cool?

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[WEB SITE] This is all new to me! – Collection Spotlight from the National Rehabilitation Information Center.

This is all new to me!

You’ve just finished meeting with the doctor. He or she shared information about a new diagnosis or condition. Maybe you’re the one now facing life with a disability (either permanent or temporary) or maybe you will be supporting a family member with a new condition. Either way, you probably have a lot of questions about managing health, returning to work or finding a new job, or changing your living situation. How will this disability affect my marriage? My finances? My ability to work? The good news is there are many resources available to help you answer these questions. In this post and the next, we’ll share items from the NIDILRR community and elsewhere to help you get started on this new path. First up, resources from the NIDILRR community:

Finding Treatment:

You or your family member are ready to move out of the hospital and into a rehabilitation setting. What does that mean? What is the difference between acute rehab and subacute rehab? How do I know if I’ve picked a good rehab center? Download the Consumers Guide to Choosing a High Quality Medical Rehabilitation Program, originally developed under a NIDILRR grant by Boston University and National Rehabilitation Hospital (Now MedStar). It has checklists, questions to ask at a facility, and a great glossary of terms.

Finding Technology

Whether you need to add a ramp to your home, find a modified van, get a screen enlarger, or find a new carry-all bag for a walker, you’ll find these kinds of assistive technology and much, much, MUCH more at our sister project AbleData. Browse by category or search for specific products or activities (like cooking or reading). Take the time to browse through the factsheets and articles while you’re there!

Newly Injured or Diagnosed:

  • New to spinal cord injury (SCI)
  • New to traumatic brain injury (TBI)
    • InfoComics use a graphic-novel format to tackle some of the challenges families face when a loved one has a TBI, originally developed by the University of Washington TBI Model System Center http://www.msktc.org/tbi/infocomics
    • Family Support After TBI, developed under a NIDILRR grant, is a training program to help families manage the cognitive, behavioral, and social changes that can happen after TBI http://cbirt.org/family_support/
  • Hot Topic Modules from the Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center present factsheets and videos on issues you and your family may be facing:

New to a Secondary Condition/Aging with Disability

You may not be new to your disability, but you may be experiencing age-related disabilities or secondary/co-occurring disabilities:

  • People with psychiatric disabilities often face issus with obesity, hypertension, and diabetes. The RRTC on Psychiatric Disabilities and Co-Occurring Medical Conditions has a diabetes toolkit to meet their needs:  http://www.cmhsrp.uic.edu/health/diabetes-library-home.asp
  • People with physical disabilities are living longer and experiencing age-related disabilities on top of their existing conditions. The Aging RRTC offers factsheets and plain language articles to help http://agerrtc.washington.edu/info

New to Caregiving or Working with a Caregiver

People new to disability may also be new to relying on and working with a caregiver. On the other side of the coin, family members may be new to providing care for a loved one.

New to Work with a Disability

You’re ready to return to work or find a new job. What can  you expect in the workplace? How can technology help me? How do I talk to my employer about my disability?

New to Self-Advocacy

You may find yourself in the position of being your own best advocate, whether it’s for healthcare, legal rights, access to your community, or even bigger policy issues.

New to Parenthood/Grandparenthood with a Disability

Life changes and new family members arrive! Learn about your rights as a parent, and tools to help you take care of someone new.

New to Meeting/Working with/Serving People with Disabilities

Maybe you have a new co-worker with a disability. Perhaps you have customers with disabilities. Or it could be your son’s playmate’s mom is a person with a disability. You may not have a lot of experience in talking with, working with, or serving people with disabilities. These resources may help:

This is all new to me (part II)!

Yesterday we introduced you to a library full of excellent resources from the NIDILRR community aimed at helping people new to disability or entering new phases in life with a disability. Today, we continue with organizations, agencies, and resources from the greater disability and rehabilitation community.

First, let us point you to our Librarian’s Picks, brochures that list agencies, organizations, and websites targeting specific topics: Advocacy, Aging, Assistive Technology, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Caregiving and Caregivers, Children with Special Needs, Education, Employment, Finding Rehabilitation Services, General Spanish Language Resources, Independent Living, Mental Health, Sensory Disability, Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Universal Design. Some of the resources we’ll cover here appear in these brochures as well. These are also available in Spanish.

Finding basic information about a disability, treatment, or drug

Many people will turn to their favorite search engine and enter a few key words. What comes back may be a mountain of information, not all of it helpful. Probably the best and most reputable resource we can recommend to find out about a specific condition, treatment, or drug is Medline Plus, maintained by the National Library of Medicine. Every article is reviewed by a health professional. You’ll find basic definitions, causes and treatments, and recommendations for related resources. Many articles also link to videos, clinical trials, and even peer-reviewed journal articles. If you want to dive deeper, search PubMed at NLM for abstracts of journal articles, books, and reports (more than 10 million volumes!).

If you do turn to your favorite search engine, please take a few minutes and read through these resources from NLM on evaluating health information: https://medlineplus.gov/evaluatinghealthinformation.html

Find a resource center

The Administration for Community Living has several resource centers that connect people to information and support resources

Find a disability-specific organization

Often, the best source of information and support is someone who’s “been there, done that.” Disability-specific organizations are run by people with personal and professional experience in a disability, such as stroke (National Stroke Association), mental health (National Alliance for Mental Illness), or vision loss (National Federation of the Blind). Visit our Disability Resources pages or search our Knowledgebase to find an organization that meets your needs.

Find a professional organization

Many professions have national organizations that provide certifications, educational programs, and other supports for their members. They may also have “Find a Professional” or other resources to connect the general public to their members or professionals in their field. You’ll find several in our Finding Rehabilitation Servicesbrochure.

Find local help

Have you called 211? 211 is community-level information and referral. Just dial those three numbers (2-1-1) and a real, live person will answer, ask you some questions, and point you to resources in your community to help with support, treatment, benefits, financial assistance, and much more. You can also look up your 211’s website and search their resource databases. Many of these centers offer information services in languages other than English.

Find your nearest public library

When was the last time you visited your public library? We routinely recommend that our patrons visit or call their local library for assistance. Ask to speak with a reference librarian, tell them the topic you’re interested in, and we guarantee you’ll walk out with a stack of books and a ream of printouts from good-quality online sources. Find your library at http://www.publiclibraries.com/ or call 211.

Please note that these resources primarily support people with disabilities and their families in the US. If you are outside the US, please contact us and we’ll do our best to identify an appropriate resource in your home country.

Source: This is all new to me! | Collection Spotlight from the National Rehabilitation Information Center

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Tips from NARIC on Perfecting your Database and Online Search Strategies: Getting to Know REHABDATA

Collection Spotlight from the National Rehabilitation Information Center

In this edition of “Tips from NARIC” we introduce (or reintroduce) you to our REHABDATA literature database. REHABDATA, produced by the National Rehabilitation Information Center, is the leading literature database on disability and rehabilitation. The database describes over 80,000 documents covering physical, mental, and psychiatric disabilities, independent living, vocational rehabilitation, special education, assistive technology, law, employment, and other issues as they relate to people with disabilities. The collection spans 1956 to the present. Three main categories of documents are included: (1) reports, studies, and papers submitted by projects funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (as featured in the NIDRR Program Directory); (2) articles published in rehabilitation-related periodicals; and (3) commercially published books. Some non-print materials are also included. You can access REHABDATA and all of our databases online 24 hours a day for free at www.naric.com.

From our home page you can perform a quick…

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What’s New at NARIC

The National Rehabilitation Information Center.

Right around the turn of the year, we added our70,000th journal abstract to our indexing database REHABDATA. Our collection now spans more than 60 years of disability and rehabilitation research. With nearly 100,000 abstracts, chances are good we have something for you. Visit the advanced search page to explore our collection, or see what we added in December. Need help? Talk to an information specialist and we’ll be happy to assist you!

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