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SAH-PATIENTS OUTCOME, COMPLICATIONS AND PREVENTION, FUTURE PROSPECTS  PROCEEDINGS OF THE VIDEOCONFERENCE - October 5, 1996
SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH - II
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Minerva Anestesiologica 1998 May;64(5):251-4

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language: Italian

Rehabilitative strategies after SAH

Mazzucchi A., Mammi P., Viappiana I.

Università degli Studi - Parma, Servizio di Neuroriabilitazione, Istituto di Neurologia


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The role of rehabilitative treatment in neurological disorders due to subarachnoid haemorrhage is described in acute, intermediate and chronic phases. A fourth phase, defined phase of diagnosis and treatment of cognitive and behavioural “cripto-deficits”, is discussed. In each phase, emphasis is put on the organization of rehabilitative work which should always be the result of integrative team approach, to prevent and correct complications and to apply an holistic treatment (physical and cognitive). At present, in neurological rehabilitation, the most important requirement is no longer have the professionals (physiotherapists, speech and occupational therapists, etc.), but have a suitable environment and a good organisation of team planning and work. Neurosurgical centers is warranted. Practice guidelines should be addressed to obtain quality and continuity of management in the early diagnostic phase; intensive global medical approach should be ensured by neuroanesthesists and intensivists to achieve optimal cerebral conditions before surgical or endovascular treatment.

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