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I013 Think rehabilitation: nurses’ role in rehabilitation

role of digital technology in the delivery and evaluation of a self-management programme in an NHS hospital setting will be demonstrated. I013 THINK REHABILITATION: NURSES? ROLE IN REHABILITATION ... psychological limitations and they need additional non-pharmacological support. The patients functioning is central in rehabilitation and the goal is to achieve a meaningful and independent life. In general

Validity of a novel screen for cognitive impairment and neuropsychiatric symptoms in cardiac rehabilitation

disease. We aimed to determine the validity and feasibility of a novel screen assessing cognitive impairment, anxiety, apathy and depression (CAAD screen) in those attending cardiac rehabilitation (CR). All ... . We aimed to determine the validity and feasibility of a novel screen assessing cognitive impairment, anxiety, apathy and depression (CAAD screen) in those attending cardiac rehabilitation (CR

Predicting outcomes within an innovative post-acute rehabilitation model for older adults

pathways by which older adults, within an innovative post-acute care delivery model, move to either independence or re-admission back into higher levels of care to maximize the value of rehabilitation ... rehabilitation house-calls model of care in their homes and senior living communites were separated into training and test sets. Classification trees were fit on the training set’s administrative and clinical

Rehabilitation following reverse shoulder arthroplasty

concerning the rehabilitation protocol following surgery.ObjectivesTo review and evaluate current rehabilitation contents and protocols after RSA by reviewing the existing scientific literature and providing ... . V. in collaboration with the German Association for Physiotherapy (ZVK) e. V., the Physical Therapy Association—Association for Physical Professions (VPT) e. V. and the Rehabilitation Section—Physical

Nichtmedikamentöse Behandlung und Rehabilitation

Einführung zum Thema First Online: 07 March 2019 88 Downloads Nonpharmaceutical treatment and rehabilitation Nach den Daten der Kerndokumentation aus dem Jahr 2014 erreichen von über 8000 ... als auch Verfahren der Rehabilitation nehmen somit eine zentrale Rolle bei der rheumatologischen Versorgung ein, insbesondere wenn es darum geht, Einschränkungen in Aktivitäten und Teilhabe zu

A comprehensive approach to rehabilitation interventions following breast cancer treatment - a systematic review of systematic reviews

Breast cancer (BC) is the most common type of cancer in women worldwide. Post-treatment, patients suffer from side effects and have various rehabilitation needs, which means that individualization is ... on rehabilitation interventions in female patients following BC treatment. Methods Full-text SRs published in English from 2009 were searched in Embase, PubMed, Cinahl Complete, PsycINFO, AMED

Family caregiver satisfaction with inpatient rehabilitation care

factors associated with caregiver satisfaction with the care his/her care recipient received while an inpatient at a US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center. Caregiver and ... received by veterans who survived traumatic brain injury (TBI) and polytrauma during wars in the Middle East and then received inpatient rehabilitation care at one of five US Department of Veterans Affairs

Changes in the Cardiopulmonary Response to Exercise after Cardiac Transplantation in Patients Enrolled in an Early Rehabilitation Program

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the changes in the cardiopulmonary response to exercise in the first year after cardiac transplantation in patients enrolled in a rehabilitation program in the first three ... Can Respir J Changes in cardiopulmonary response to exercise after cardiac transplantation in patients enrolled in an early rehabilitation program LIZANNE M BUSSI?RES 0 1 PETER W PFLUGFELDER 0 1

Elephantiasis and Directed Occupational Rehabilitation

The aim of the present study was to demonstrate the cure of elephantiasis over a ten-year follow-up period and novel discoveries with directed occupational rehabilitation. A 66-year-old female ... approximately 50% reduction in volume in the first five days of treatments [3]. The multidisciplinary approach is based on directed occupational rehabilitation and the development of new skills. The aim of the

Low Income and Stroke Rehabilitation: A Tale of Two Clients

to make recommendations to guide practice. First, we review the current understanding of the impact of low income on the experience of rehabilitation and on later participation in the community. Second ... treated on an inpatient stroke rehabilitation unit. These stories serve to illustrate how the experiences of rehabilitation can differ based on social location and how an intersectionality approach can

The changing face of neurological rehabilitation

BACKGROUND: Neurological rehabilitation and the contribution of physical therapy have changed considerably over the past decades as scientific and technological developments have enabled greater ... and fitness training. Findings in both animal and human models suggest that, for rehabilitation to be effective in optimizing neural reorganization and functional recovery, increased emphasis needs to

Role of physical medicine for cancer rehabilitation and return to work under the premise of the “Wiedereingliederungsteilzeitgesetz”

return to work, with and without WIETZ. The highest impact on return to work seems to be due to exercise, as an intervention of the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation to improve sensorimotor ... endurance capacity as well as muscular strength. Conclusion Early information about cancer rehabilitation and the WIETZ seems to be necessary to facilitate return to work of cancer survivors. Furthermore

Changes in actual arm-hand use in stroke patients during and after clinical rehabilitation involving a well-defined arm-hand rehabilitation program: A prospective cohort study

differs between stroke patients with either a severely, moderately or mildly affected arm-hand, during and after rehabilitation involving a well-defined rehabilitation program. Methods Design: single–armed ... Expertise in Rehabilitation and Audiology, Hoensbroek, the Netherlands, 3 Maastricht University, Research School CAPHRI, dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine , Maastricht , the Netherlands 2 Editor: Maciej S

The nature of rehabilitation services provided to children with cerebral palsy: a population-based nationwide study

nature of the rehabilitation treatments provided to children with CP and to determine if there were any changes in patterns over time. From 2003 to 2013, the nature of rehabilitation treatment was analyzed

Users’ perception of a professional rehabilitation service

Introduction: Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is an intervention program structured to develop therapeutic and professionalization activities aiming at recoverying work ability. Objective: to identify ... the perceptions and feelings of rehabilitated or in rehabilitation workers about the VR process, as well as to describe their health and sick leave profiles. Methods: qualitative and descriptive

Joint contractures in severe burn patients with early rehabilitation intervention in one of the largest burn intensive care unit in China: a descriptive analysis

patients with burns affecting greater than or equal to 50% of the total body surface area (TBSA) undergoing early rehabilitation in a burn intensive care unit (BICU).MethodsWe analyzed burn patients with ... received early rehabilitation within 7 days post-injury from January 2011 to December 2015. Demographic and medical information was collected. The range of motion (ROM) of different joints was measured 1

Joint contractures in severe burn patients with early rehabilitation intervention in one of the largest burn intensive care unit in China: a descriptive analysis

with burns affecting greater than or equal to 50% of the total body surface area (TBSA) undergoing early rehabilitation in a burn intensive care unit (BICU). We analyzed burn patients with burns ... rehabilitation within 7 days post-injury from January 2011 to December 2015. Demographic and medical information was collected. The range of motion (ROM) of different joints was measured 1 month post-admission

Importance and clarification of measurement properties in rehabilitation

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this paper was to critically review the concepts and types of measurement reliability, validity, and responsiveness, and to discuss their implications for rehabilitation

Rehabilitation with Cochlear Implant in Patient with Harboyan Syndrome

-old woman with profound bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, showing poor hearing performance while using a personal sound amplification device, underwent hearing rehabilitation with a cochlear implant ... . Conclusion  Rehabilitation was imperative in this case. The cochlear implant has proven to be the best therapeutic option, providing the patient with a better quality of life. Keywords cochlear implants

Exploring the potential cost-effectiveness of a vocational rehabilitation program for individuals with schizophrenia in a high-income welfare society

rehabilitation services for this group is limited and unemployment rates remain high. In this study we explore the potential cost-effectiveness of a novel vocational rehabilitation program (The Job Management ... Program – JUMP) earmarked for individuals with schizophrenia in Norway. Methods The JUMP study was a vocational rehabilitation program augmented with either cognitive behaviour therapy or cognitive