By Michael P. Barnes, Bruce H. Dobkin, Julien Bogousslavsky
One 3rd of individuals after stroke, having survived the 1st few weeks, go back domestic with major residual incapacity, and will hence take advantage of an energetic, multidisciplinary rehabilitation programme. it is a complete consultant to rehabilitation after stroke, during which major foreign experts set out the fundamental neuroscientific rules that underlie mind restoration, together with chapters on neural plasticity and neural imaging, and describe acceptable rehabilitation ideas for the various assorted sensible difficulties which may come up after stroke. those comprise circulate problems, sensory loss, dysphagia and dysarthria, issues of continence and secual problems, and cognitive issues. additionally lined are dimension of incapacity and caliber of existence, assistive expertise and vocational rehabilitation. it's for this reason a vital guide and reference for all contributors of the multidisciplinary stroke rehabilitation group, together with scientific team of workers, therapists, medical neuropsychologists and rehabilitation nurses.
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Recovery after Stroke by Michael P. Barnes, Bruce H. Dobkin, Julien Bogousslavsky