The Impact of Reported Depression on Disability Following Stroke

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Date Presented 3/30/2017

An ischemic stroke survivor who persistently reports anxiety or depression feelings throughout the 1st year poststroke is 12.6 times more likely to require assistance for daily activities compared with a survivor who makes no such report, results that suggest a need for enhanced screening and treatment.

Primary Author and Speaker: Scott Hutchison

Contributing Authors: Michelle Woodbury, Annie Simpson

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