36 MAS = Motor Assessment Scale, FIM = Functional Independence Measure
40 m/s and admission Motor Assessment Scale Item 2 score was 2 would increase their walking speed by 0.
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7) on Item 3 (Sitting Balance) of the Motor Assessment Scale.
Carr JH, Shepherd RB, Nordholm L, Lynne D (1985) A motor assessment scale for stroke.
on-going disability, defined as: a score of two or more in the 'upper arm function' section but less than two in the 'advanced hand activities' section of the Motor Assessment Scale
05) was used to analyse differences in severity of pain between circuit class therapy and individual therapy and differences between groups at baseline in Item 6 Motor Assessment Scale
Carr J, Shepherd R, Nordholm L, Lynne D (1985) Investigation of a new motor assessment scale
for stroke patients.
There was no significant difference between groups in the change from admission to discharge for the patient outcome measures of EuroQol Questionnaire, Functional Independence Measure, Functional Reach Test, 10 m Walk Test, Timed Up and Go Test, or Motor Assessment Scale