24.05.2017     17:45–18:30

ePoster Session 7
Nursing and physiotherapy in acute and chronic stroke management

Type:
E-Poster

24.05.2017
17:45–18:30

ePoster Session 7
Nursing and physiotherapy in acute and chronic stroke management

Type:
E-Poster


P 120 Post-traumatic stress disorder and the quality of life in stroke survivors
Barbara Grabowska-Fudala (Poznań/Poland)


P 121 The analysis of correlation between burden and caregivers needs related to providing care for stroke patients
Anna Smelkowska (Poznań/Poland)


P 122 Rationale for using available technologies to deliver remote support for self-management of stroke exercises – practical factors from stroke survivors perspective
Ying Man Law (Kowloon/Hong Kong)


P 123 The application of Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) in stroke nursing practice – Are nurses doing it right? – a clinical patient safety issue
Elmer Catangui (Riyadh/Saudi Arabia)


P 124 The usefulness of the scale in terms of functional rehabilitation after stroke
Joanna Siminska (Bydgoszcz/Poland)


P 125 Increasing therapy time by implementing four interventions from the clinical nursing rehabilitation stroke guideline 
Marleen Huijben-Schoenmakers (Breda/Netherlands)


P 126 Rhythm and gait rehabilitation – a case study using rhythmic haptic cueing for stabilising gait and improving asymmetries
Theodoros Georgiou (Milton Keynes/United Kingdom)


P 127 Postural balance and fall risk after stroke in patients alive at home
Siham Zahi (Casablanca/Morocco)


P 128 Cooperation physiotherapist – a nurse working with patients after ischemic stroke – application appropriate position in clinical practice
Katarzyna Nowacka (Bydgoszcz/Poland)


P 129 Rehabilitation after stroke upper limb ischemic brain : retrospective evaluation of selected methods of rehabilitation
Joanna Siminska (Bydgoszcz/Poland)


P 130 Monitoring recovery of locomotion ability in daily life activities in post-stroke patients – the responsiveness of ABILOCO-Benin
Sègnon Emmanuel Sogbossi (Cotonou/Benin)


P 131 Nasogatric tube placements in stroke patients – the clinical impact on stroke patients due to change in nasogastric tube placement policies
Puneet Kakar (Epsom/United Kingdom), Catherine McRedmond (Epsom/United Kingdom)


L 003 The pain scale-painad – indications of use and administration in a university hospital
Lucia Muñoz-Narbona (Barcelona/Spain)