Researchers examined the effects of fluoxetine on functional outcomes in patients with acute stroke over a period of 12 months.
Study researchers explored the trajectory of and factors associated with recovery of consciousness in patients with a disorder of consciousness following traumatic brain injury.
Use of the stimulation resolved the patient’s orthostatic hypotension, which is prevalent and quite debilitating among individuals with spinal cord injury.
Many stroke patients referred to rehabilitation services, do not actually receive these services.
Patients who underwent C7 nerve transfer and rehabilitation experienced better functional improvement than those who underwent rehabilitation alone.
Early supported discharge services may also help care facilities better manage their need for hospital beds and conventional hospital stay costs.
More patients receiving VNS experienced enhanced arm movement over a 90-day period.
Preventable causes include dehydration, heart failure, pneumonia, and UTIs.
Ninety-seven percent of people who received CCFES reported improved use of their hands.
A specially designed shirt produced tiny vibrations on their arms every time the avatar moved, providing tactile feedback of each step taken.