Source: Journal of Clinical Neuroscience, 2014, Vol 21 no 4 p. 607-611
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Date of publication: April 2014
Publication type: Journal article
In a nutshell: Falls after a stroke are common and carry a significant disease burden. It is good practice to predict those who are at risk of falls to implement prevention techniques and therapy. This study aimed to determine the validity of a tool developed by the Royal Melbourne Hospital. In both high-risk and medium-risk groups, the tool did not offer sufficient predictive value.
Length of publication: 4 pages
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