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Author: Marcus Saikaley BSc

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Evidence Review
The present review examines aspects around the return to life in the community following stroke.
Evidence Review
Depression is a well-documented sequela of stroke that may have a negative impact on functional recovery, cognition and social activity. Interventions to prevent and treat post-stroke depression and various other mood disorders are reviewed.
Evidence Review
This review includes discussion of nutritional status and malnutrition following stroke including incidence rates, detection markers, underlying causes, treatment interventions, and potential complications. Articles are summarized and conclusions are drawn based on levels of evidence.
Evidence Review
This review provides information regarding the assessment and treatment of dysphagia.
Evidence Review
A comprehensive review of aphasia and apraxia post stroke that includes both therapy-based and drug-based interventions.
Evidence Review
Unilateral spatial neglect (USN) affects a significant number of individuals with stroke. The present review focuses on interventions to improve USN either by increasing patient's awareness of or attention to the neglected space or remediating deficits of position sense or body orientation.
Evidence Review
This review provides information regarding the importance and impact of cognitive impairment and delirium post stroke. Treatment interventions are reviewed and levels of evidence assigned.
Evidence Review
This review provides a complete discussion of the current literature on hemiplegic shoulder pain and complex regional pain syndrome post stroke. Levels of evidence are provided to clarify research based recommendations.
Evidence Review
This review details the outpatient stroke rehabilitation dialogue comparing hospital-based, community-based and early supported discharge models.
Evidence Review
Interdisciplinary stroke rehabilitation is a multifaceted approach of fostering stroke recovery. This review examines specific aspects of stroke rehabilitation for efficacy.
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