‘Home time’ may be used as a simple and robust measure of the adverse impact of stroke on patients’ functional status, Australian researchers say. The number of days spent living at home at 90 days after stroke (‘home‐time’) is a patient‐centred outcome that can be conveniently and objectively ascertained from administrative data, according to a ...
‘Home time’ is a useful measure of stroke impact on functional status
By Michael Woodhead
5 Feb 2020