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Abbreviation : ABS
Long Form : Agitated Behavior Scale
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2018 The relationship between agitation and impairments of orientation and memory during the PTA period after traumatic brain injury. PTA, TBI, WPTAS
2016 German version, inter- and intrarater reliability and internal consistency of the "Agitated Behavior Scale" (ABS-G) in patients with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. ABS-G, FIM, TBI, TCCA
2016 Monitoring Agitated Behavior After acquired Brain Injury: Onset, Duration, Intensity, and Nursing Shift Variation. ABI
2015 Patient Effort in Traumatic Brain Injury Inpatient Rehabilitation: Course and Associations With Age, Brain Injury Severity, and Time Postinjury. PTA, TBI
2014 The management of agitation among inpatients in a brain injury rehabilitation unit. ABI
2013 Occurrence and severity of agitated behavior after severe traumatic brain injury. TBI
2012 The feasibility, reliability, and clinical utility of the agitated behavior scale in brain-injured rehabilitation patients. ---
2010 Patterns of agitated behaviour during acute brain injury rehabilitation. ---
2008 Level of agitation of psychiatric patients presenting to an emergency department. RASS
10  2007 A randomized clinical trial to compare the use of safety net enclosures with standard restraints in agitated hospitalized patients. AWAF
11  2007 Efficacy of ziprasidone in controlling agitation during post-traumatic amnesia. PTA, TBI
12  2000 Rating scale analysis of the Agitated Behavior Scale. ---
13  1997 Haloperidol, lorazepam, or both for psychotic agitation? A multicenter, prospective, double-blind, emergency department study. CGI, MBPRS
14  1995 Assessment of agitation following brain injury. ---
15  1994 Factor structure of the Agitated Behavior Scale. ---
16  1989 Development of a scale for assessment of agitation following traumatic brain injury. ---