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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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Functional Independence Measure Gain: It is the difference between FIM scores of patients was recorded before the initiation of rehabilitation and at discharge.
6MWT = 6-minute walk test, 10MWT = 10-meter walk test, BBS = Berg Balance Scale, FIM = Functional Independence Measure, KT = Kinesio Tape, RMI = Rivermead Mobility Index, SCT = Stair-Climbing Test, SS-QLS = Stroke-Specific Quality of Life Scale, TUG = Timed "Up and Go" test.
Eating Functional Independence Measure (FIM) Scores for Thin-Liquid Group Intake Parameter Mean FIM Score FIM Range Substandard intake 3.
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.
It includes demographic descriptions of the patient (birth date, sex, ZIP Code, ethnicity, marital status, living setting), clinical descriptions of the patient (impairment that is the primary reason for rehabilitation, International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modifications (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2003) diagnoses, functional independence measure at admission and discharge), and descriptions of the hospitalization (encrypted hospital identifier, admission date, discharge date, payment source, and discharge living setting).
Mean Functional Independence Measure (FIM) scores before and after intervention (N=105) Pre-intervention Post-intervention FIM Outcome Measure (possible range of scores): Mean SD Mean SD Total (18-126) 88 22 103 23 Motor (13-91) * 60 18 73 18 Transfer bed/chair (1-7) 5 2 6 2 Walk/Wheel (1-7) 4 2 5 2 Stairs (1-7) 2 2 4 2 FIM Outcome Measure (possible range of scores): +[DELTA] +[DELTA]% p Total (18-126) 15 17 < .
The construct validity of the functional independence measure as applied to stroke patients.
Measuring change in disability after inpatient rehabilitation: Comparison of the responsiveness of the barthel index and the functional independence measure.
The Functional Independence Measure for Children (WeeFIM) subscale scores and total WeeFIM scores in children with spina bifida Age 36-71 mo 72-107 mo WeeFIM subset scores n:13 mean (SD) n:14 mean (SD) Self-care * 9.
The measures that are most commonly used during inpatient rehabilitation (IR) and outpatient rehabilitation to quantify rather than predict outcomes include the Glasgow Outcome Scale, the Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale, the Disability Rating Scale, the Functional Assessment Measure, the Functional Status Examination, various TBI-specific and generic quality of life measures, various neuropsychological testing batteries, and the Functional Independence Measure (FIM) [9-13].
These significant reductions in spasticity led to significant improvements in function and quality of life as evaluated by the Functional Independence Measure (FIM(TM)) and Sickness Impact Profile (SIP), respectively.
Functional outcomes, the third element of the framework for the clinical pathways, are measured by the Functional Independence Measure (FIM).
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