stroke

What are the First Signs of Consciousness After a Severe Brain Injury?

A severe brain injury may be caused by an accident or other trauma (traumatic brain injury) or a non-traumatic event such as a stroke or aneurysm. People may lose consciousness for days or weeks after a severe brain injury. When emerging from an unconscious or comatose state, many individuals may first enter a vegetative state, also known as Unresponsive Wakefulness Syndrome (UWS), where their eyes are open, but they show no signs of conscious awareness.

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A New Program May Help People Build Self-Management Skills and Confidence After a Stroke

A study funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).

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Can a Chronic Disease Diagnosis Motivate Healthy Lifestyle Changes?

A study funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).

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A New Assistive Glove Can Help People Regain Hand Function After a Stroke

A study funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).

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RehabWire Volumen 1 Número 4, Mayo 1999

Bienvenidos a la cuarta edición de RehabWire. La edición de mayo se centra en el accidente cerebrovascular y los impedimentos neurológicos. En esta edición de RehabWire, destacamos el trabajo de los proyectos de NIDRR que se centran en estos  temas.

Los proyectos de NIDIRR: La investigación en el nuevo milenio

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RehabWire - Volumen 7, Número 9, octubre 2005

 

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RehabWire – Volumen 12, Número 4, Mayo 2010

Derrame Cerebral

La investigación de NIDRR sobre el derrame cerebral se ubica principalmente en las prioridades de la Salud y Funcionamiento, Participación, y Tecnología.

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RehabWire - Volume 12, Number 4, May 2010

Stroke

NIDRR's research in stroke falls primarily in the Health and Function, Participation, and Technology priorities.

NIDRR Grantees on the Cutting Edge.

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RehabWire - Volume 10, Number 9, November 2008.

Technoloy for Stroke Rehabilitation

One of NIDRR's research priorities is Technology for Access and Function. This includes technology developed for the rehabilitation process as well as assistive technology.

NIDRR Grantees on the Cutting Edge.

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RehabWire - Volume 7, Number 9, October 2005

 

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