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Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation 2ed

by Joel Stein, Carolee Winstein, George Wittenberg, Richard Harvey and Richard Zorowitz Demos Medical
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Hbk 888 pages
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The definitive core text in its field, Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation is a comprehensive reference covering all aspects of stroke rehabilitation-from neurophysiology of stroke recovery through the latest treatments, interventions, and outcomes. This second edition welcomes the expertise of a new editor, George Wittenburg, MD, PhD, and is completely updated to reflect recent advances in scientific understanding of neural recovery and ongoing clinical progress. It also features expanded coverage of key issues, five entirely new chapters, and the contributions of many new authors.

The second edition continues to provide in-depth information on risk factors, epidemiology, prevention, and neurophysiology as well as psychological issues, outcomes, and community integration. It details the acute and long-term treatment of all stroke-related impairments and complications. Contributors are acknowledged leaders from every wing of the stroke recovery field and the multi-specialty coverage of issues in rehabilitation, neurology, PT, OT, speech therapy, and nursing make the book an essential reference for every health care professional working to restore function to stroke survivours.

New to Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation, Second Edition
All chapters are thoroughly revised and updated to reflect advances in scientific understanding and clinical practice

Expanded coverage of key issues, 5 completely new chapters

Contributions from many new authors

Purchase price includes print text and fully-searchable eBook

1. The Historical Origins of Stroke Rehabilitation 2. Epidemiology of Stroke 3. Pathophysiology and Management of Acute Stroke 4. Neuroimaging of Acute Stroke 5. Cerebral Stroke Syndromes 6. Infratentorial Stroke Syndromes 7. The Mechanisms and Neurophysiology of Recovery from Stroke 8. Functional Imaging and Stroke Recovery 9. TMS and Other Biomarkers of Stroke Recovery 10. Genetics of Stroke Recovery 11. Physiological Basis of Rehabilitation Therapeutics in Stroke 12. Medications and Stroke Recovery 13. Aphasia, Apraxia of Speech, and Dysarthria 14. Dysphagia 15. Right Hemispheric Neurobehavioral Syndromes 16. Memory, Executive Function and Dementia 17. Central Post-Stroke Pain 18. Visual, Oculomotor, and Vestibular Deficits 19. Patterns of Locomotor Recovery after Stroke 20. Task-Oriented Training to Promote Upper Extremity Recovery 21. Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation for Motor Restoration in Hemiplegia 22. Robots in Stroke Rehabilitation 23. Virtual Reality 24. Walking Recovery and Rehabilitation after Stroke 25. Recovery and Rehabilitation of Standing Balance after Stroke 26. Secondary Prevention of Ischemic Stroke 27. Prevention of Deconditioning after Stroke 28. Medical Complications after Stroke 29. Physiology and Management of Spasticity after Stroke 30. Shoulder Pain and Other Musculoskeletal Complications 31. Depression and Other Neuropsychiatric Complications 32. Fatigue after Stroke 33. Sleep Disturbances after Stroke 34. Malnutrition after Stroke 35. Bowel and Bladder Management after Stroke 36. Orthotic Management in Stroke 37. Alternative, Complementary, and Integrative Medicine 38. Seating, Assistive Technology, and Equipment 39. Stroke-specific Functional Assessment Instruments 40. Predictive Factors for Recovery 41. Stroke Services: A Global Perspective 42. Levels of Rehabilitative Care and Patient Triage 43. Rehabilitation of Children after Stroke 44. Stroke in Young Adults 45. Stroke in Older Adults 46. Ethical Issues in the Care of Stroke Survivors 47. Stroke and the Family 48. Driving after Stroke 49. Sports and Recreation 50. Sexualuty after Stroke 51. Vocational Rehabilitation after Stroke 52. Stroke from the Survivor's Perspective

Joel Stein, is Simon Baruch Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Chair, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeaons, Professor and Chief, Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College, Physiatrist-in-Chief, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York. Richard L. Harvey, is Associate Professor for the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Wesley and Suzanne Dixon Stroke Chair and Medical Director, Stroke Rehabilitation Program, The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Chicago Illinois. Richard F. Macko, is Professor, Departments of Neurology, Medicine/Gerontology and Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Director, Baltimore Veterans Affairs Center of Excellence in Excercise and Robotics, Baltimore, Maryland. Carolee J. Winstein, PhD, PT, FAPTA, Professor and Director of Research, Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy, University of Southern California School of Dentistry, Los Angeles, California. Richard D. Zorowitz, is Associate Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, The John Hopkins School of Medicine, Chairman, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, John Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland.