Stroke Impact Scale


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Stroke Impact Scale

An instrument to measure the effect of a stroke on a person's mobility, speech, social activities, manual dexterity, strength, emotions, memory, and daily activities.
See also: scale
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Bu calismada orijinal adi 'Stroke Impact Scale 3,0' olan inmeye spesifik yasam kalitesi olcegi IEO 3,0'in Turkce versiyonunun inmeli hastalarda guvenilir ve gecerli bir olcek oldugu gosterildi.
Possible Clinical Meaning of Transitioning: Stroke Impact Scale Results
Abbreviations HM: Hand Mentor TDS: Tongue Drive System TDS-HM: Hybrid Tongue Drive System and Hand Mentor intervention UE: Upper extremity RT: Robotic therapy AROM: Active range of motion PROM: Passive range of motion ADL: Activities of daily living RMSE: Root mean square error FMA/UE: Upper extremity portion of the Fugl-Meyer Motor Assessment WMFT: Wolf Motor Function Test SIS: Stroke Impact Scale AR(1): First order autoregression MCID: Minimal clinically important difference GUI: Graphical user interface PCA: Principal component analysis MCA: Middle cerebral artery NIDDM: Non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus ASA: Aspirin tPA: Tissue plasminogen activator.
Abbreviations: ADL = activity of daily living, AOU = amount of use, ARAT = Action Research Arm Test, BAT = bilateral arm training, BBT = Box and Block Test, CIT = constraint-induced therapy, dCIT = distributed CIT, FMA = Fugl-Meyer Assessment, MAL = Motor Activity Log, NHPT = Nine-Hole Peg Test, SIS = Stroke Impact Scale, SRM = standardized response mean, UL = upper limb, WMFT = Wolf Motor Function Test.
Stroke Impact Scale. The Stroke Impact Scale (SIS) is a self-report outcome measure designed to measure health related quality of life (HRQOL) [34].
The Stroke Impact Scale (SIS) version 3.0 (Duncan, Bode, Min Lai, & Perera, 2003) was used to measure stroke-specific quality of life among the stroke survivors in the study.