Rehabilitation after stroke: cost-effectiveness analyses

Keith, Robert Allen
November 1996
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Nov1996, Vol. 89 Issue 11, p631
Academic Journal
The article examines the cost-effectiveness of rehabilitation after stroke. It is argued that although the evidence does not always support the dedicated stroke unit, this system of treatment appears preferable. However, definitive research contrasting the different levels of care is still required, but the first step is an improved description of treatment programs.


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