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Transitions of Care Stroke Disparity Study (TCSD-S)

The TCSD Study will identify disparities in transitions of stroke care and key factors associated with effective transitions of care through structured telephone interviews to evaluate medication adherence, healthy lifestyle, utilization of rehabilitation interventions and medical follow-up 30 days after hospital discharge to home in 2,400 participants across 6 comprehensive stroke centers (CSC) in Florida. A novel Transitions of Stroke Care Performance Index (TOSC PI) correlat...


Patient Reported Outcomes in Stroke Care

The presented study is an explorative prospective study. First, it focusses on the longitudinal analysis of outcome quality in stroke treatment (12 months). Particularly, it addresses patient reported quality of life after inpatient stroke treatment and influencing factors. Second, it focusses on the feasibility and acceptance of a standard set of measures capturing outcome quality of medical care in stroke patients.

Improve Acute Reperfusion Treatment Quality for Stroke in China, IMPROVE: Stroke Care in China

In order to bridge the great gaps, Chinese Stroke Association (CSA) and American Heart Association (AHA) sought to develop, conduct, and assess a multifaceted quality improvement intervention to increase the adherent rate of IV tPA and ET and improve 3-month clinical outcomes for these patients through our cluster-randomized stepped-wedge IMPROVE: Stroke in China trial.


Retrospective Treatment Pattern Survey for the Patient With and Without History of Stroke

This study will compare hypertension treatment pattern of stroke patients with non-stroke patients receiving medical care from outpatient clinics at neurology specialty centers in Korea. It will evaluate target BP achievement rate in patients with stroke compared to patients without stroke and investigate factors affecting BP target goal efficacy in these patients.

Quality Assessment in Acute Stroke Care

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the quality of care on a 16 bed stroke unit by using a new developed clinical pathway.

Improving Primary Care After Stroke (IPCAS)

No formal primary care based model of care exists to support stroke survivors living in the community. A large variation in the range, quality and access to health services offered to stroke survivors between and within local clinical commissioning groups suggests that many of the stroke survivors' needs are not being met systematically. Therefore, to address the longer term needs we have developed a multi-factorial primary care model that seeks to enable greater engagement wit...

The Effect of Health Education Program on Level of Awareness for Stroke Among Population

The investigator of this study would like to test the hypothesis of the effectiveness of health education program on level of awareness of stroke among population at risk whom attending the primary health care center in Jeddah, in Saudi Arabia. The investigator will divide the participants into two groups. The intervention group whom will have the intensive health education program, and the control group whom will have the routine care. Participants will be followed up for 3 mo...

Does Isolated Robotic-Assisted Gait Training Improve Functional Status, Daily Living And Quality Of Life In Stroke?

Stroke is one of the major cause of morbidity and mortality and the leading cause of disability in adults all around the world. Stroke survivors can suffer several neurological impairments and deficits which have an important impact on patient's quality of life and which increase the costs for health and social services. After stroke, impairments in ADLs and functional status, deterioration in health related quality of life can be seen. Although most of the stroke survivors ex...

Enhanced Post-discharge Home-based Care Program (EHP) for Stroke Survivors in Harbin China

In China, about 70% of stroke survivors are living with the negative consequences of stroke. Post stroke home-based care, a broad concept of rehabilitation, is an important care strategy to enhance recovery and improve quality of life for stroke survivors. However, home-based healthcare service is less available for patients discharged home from hospital. The investigators propose to develop and evaluate a home-based nursing intervention program to provide tailored and timely s...

Implementation of Clinical Pathway to Improve Quality of Healthcare in Stroke Inpatients

With the extension of the average life expectancy, the incidence of cardiovascular diseases is also rising. Stroke in Taiwan has been the leading cause of morbidity and mortality, but also in countries around the world), stroke and the impact of socio-economic and health spending are large how to reduce the degree of disability after stroke is an important issue in medicine. For a long time, the resident will fill the clinical pathway form before the stroke inpatients were disc...

Get With the Guidelines-Stroke Registry

Get With The Guidelines-Stroke is a program for improving the quality of care for patients hospitalized with stroke by promoting consistent adherence to the latest evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.

Interdisciplinary Team Approach to Stroke Rehabilitation in Home Care

As the population ages and the number of stroke survivors increases, information is needed to determine the best way of providing home care services for rehabilitation to stroke survivors and their caregivers while containing health care costs. This project will address this area by developing and testing the effects and costs of a collaborative and specialized team approach to stroke rehabilitation by health professionals, in a home care setting, compared to usual home care s...

Stroke Cincinnati Prehospital Stroke Severity Scale Evaluation iN prEhospital

The effectiveness of acute ischemic stroke (AIS) management has improved considerably in recent years with thrombolysis and more recently with mechanical thrombectomy (MT). Currently, mechanical thrombectomy can only be performed in stroke unit with an interventional neuroradiology center by experienced/qualified interventional neuroradiologists. In the Rhone area, only one hospital has the authorization to perform mechanical thrombectomy. Therefore, transferring directly eligi...

Coordinated, Collaborative, Comprehensive, Family-based, Integrated, Technology-enabled Stroke Care

Stroke is the 5th leading cause of death and the leading cause of adult disability in the United States (US). Stroke is a complex disease with multiple interacting risk factors (including genetic, high blood pressure and cholesterol, and lifestyle factors like smoking, diet, and exercise) that lead to initial and recurrent stroke. Up to 90% of stroke survivors have some functional deficit that impacts both physical and mental health. Scientific evidence that identifies the bes...

Stroke Ready - Optimizing Acute Stroke Care

The study aims to increase acute stroke treatment rates in Flint, Michigan through a two-pronged approach of hospital and community level interventions. It also aims to inform future stroke preparedness interventions by exploring the relative importance of hospital optimization and community interventions.

Schlaganfallkonsortium Rhein-Neckar (Stroke Consortium Rhine-Neckar)

FAST is an investigator-initiated multicenter study embedded in a German multistate acute stroke network. The main objectives of the FAST study are to improve outcomes and quality of care for stroke patients, to quantify the number of patients in need of thrombectomy within an integrated stroke network, to study the best way of delivering and performing thrombectomy and to investigate the best model of pre-hospital selection and referral for stroke patients.

Disseminating Organizational SBI Services at Trauma Centers

The goal of the Disseminating Organizational Screening and Brief Interventions Services (DO-SBIS) investigation is to capitalize on the unique opportunity afforded by the American College of Surgeons' mandate by taking early steps to insure high quality, evidence-based SBI services are implemented and outcomes are assessed. In the first phase of the investigation, SBI services will be assessed for all 190 level I trauma centers in the United States. In the second phase of the i...

Improving Coordination and Transitions of Care in Stroke Patients

This study will examine if the attending nurse model will enhance critical patient-centered elements of care that will in turn improve patient education and shared decision-making, medication adherence, stroke-related health literacy, and reduce early readmissions to ultimately yield improved patient quality of life. Our primary objective is to determine whether the attending nurse model of care improves stroke patients' health at 7 days, 30 days, and 90 days after hospital dis...

Post-Stroke Disease Management - Stroke Card

Patients after ischemic stroke are at high risk of recurrent cardiovascular events and of developing post-stroke complications. There is a substantial gap between risk factor management in real life and that recommended by international guidelines. Stroke Card is a multifaceted comprehensive post-stroke disease management program to detect and treat complications and optimize secondary prevention. The investigators hypothesis that, compared to standard care, Stroke Card will le...

German Stroke Registry - Endovascular Treatment

The German Stroke Registry (GSR) Endovascular Treatment is an academic, independent, prospective, multicentre, observational registry study. Consecutive patients treated with endovascular stroke treatment will be enrolled in German stroke centers. Patients receive regular care and data will be collected as part of clinical routine. Baseline clinical and procedural information as well clinical follow-up information during in-hospital stay, and up to 90 days of stroke onset are c...

FLorida Puerto Rico Atrial Fibrillation Stroke Study (FLiPER-AF)

In this study, FL-PR Stroke Registry will be used to determine novel data on disparities in stroke care and outcomes for patients with Atrial Fibrillation (AF) in 'real life' hospital setting. Investigators will evaluate clinical practice for AF detection and treatment in stroke patients within large stroke hospital systems of care with multi-ethnic patient populations and thereby representative of the states of Florida and Puerto Rico. The results of this study will be of crit...

THE IMPACT- 24M TRIAL (IMPlant Augmenting Cerebral Blood Flow in Mild Strokes Trial 24 Hours From Stroke Onset)

Study Population: Subjects with Mild Acute Ischemic Stroke in the anterior circulation within 24 hours from onset. Study objectives: 1. Identify the personal stimulation level for each patient based on physiological biomarkers 2. Identify improvement in stroke symptoms during ISS treatment at the personal stimulation level

Chiropractic Care Plus Physiotherapy Compared to Physiotherapy Alone in Chronic Stroke Patients: a Pilot Study

We recently conducted a study in patients who had suffered from a stroke where we investigated whether similar findings are observed following a single session of chiropractic care.36 The key findings from this study was that in a group of chronic stroke patients, with lower limb muscle weakness, plantarflexion muscle strength increased on average by 64.6% following a chiropractic care session and the change in muscle strength appears to be modulated by cortical factors as oppo...

Efficacy of Fluoxetine - a Trial in Stroke

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether routine administration of fluoxetine 20mg once daily in the 6 months initiated during the acute stroke improves the patient's functional outcome. EFFECTS is an investigator lead Sweden-based, multicenter, parallel group, double blind placebo controlled trial with broad entry criteria and follow up at 6 and 12 months. The anticipated numbers of participants is 1500 at 30 centers in Sweden. As of 31 January 2016, EFFECTS...

Stroke Caregiver Empowerment

The purpose of this study is to refine STROKE-CARE for caregivers and explore changes in caregiver and care-recipient outcomes


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