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FIM

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Finnish Markka.

FIM

ISO 4217 code for the Finnish markka. It was introduced in 1860, replacing the Russian ruble. Like most currencies, it was pegged to the U.S. dollar during the Bretton Woods period, and later to various currency baskets. It was replaced by the euro in 1999 and ceased circulating in 2002.
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Eating Functional Independence Measure (FIM) Scores for Thin-Liquid Group Intake Parameter Mean FIM Score FIM Range Substandard intake 3.
Kirk, "The disability status of injured patients measured by the functional independence measure (FIM) and their use of rehabilitation services, " Injury, vol.
Univariate analysis revealed that admission walking speed, Modified Elderly Mobility Scale score, Motor Assessment Scale Items 1 to 5, the motor component of the Functional Independence Measure, Functional Independence Measure, and Timed Up and Go predicted discharge walking speed.
Comparison of the psychometric characteristics of Functional Independence Measure, 5 item Barthel Index and 10 item Barthel Index in patients with stroke.
For example in acute rehabilitation, the Functional Independence Measure (FIM) (14) or one of its subscales is commonly used.
The Functional Independence Measure (FIM) is probably the most widely used scale in rehabilitation, certainly in acute rehab settings.
9) when measured with the Functional Independence Measure (FIM).
The functional independence measure (FIM[TM]) has historically been used for care planning and quality measurement in many U.
The SIM builds upon the conceptual and organizational format of the WeeFIM: Functional Independence Measure for Children.
This can be done with a standardized outcome tool such as the functional independence measure (FIM), or with a less sophisticated tool that documents patients' status at the initiation of the program and compares it with their status at discharge, along with length-of-stay data.
Functional outcomes, the third element of the framework for the clinical pathways, are measured by the Functional Independence Measure (FIM).
The first was rehabilitation length of stay and the second was scoring on the Functional Independence Measure (FIM) (Keith, Granger, Hamilton, & Sherman, 1987).
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