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Comorbidity has no impact on unplanned discharge or functional gains in persons with dysvascular amputation.

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Summary of "Comorbidity has no impact on unplanned discharge or functional gains in persons with dysvascular amputation."

To examine how factors associated with infection, organ failure, poor wound healing, or indices of chronic vascular disease are associated with unplanned transfers and functional gains during inpatient rehabilitation.

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Name: Journal of rehabilitation medicine
ISSN: 1651-2081
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