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Abbreviation : PASS
Long Form : Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2018 Robot-assisted gait training effectively improved lateropulsion in subacute stroke patients: a single-blinded randomized controlled trial. BBS, BLS, CPT, RAGT, SSEP
2017 A longitudinal study investigating how stroke severity, disability, and physical function the first week post-stroke are associated with walking speed six months post-stroke. BI, mRS, NIHSS, PWS, ROC, WSB
2017 A novel Robotic Gait Training System (RGTS) may facilitate functional recovery after stroke: A feasibility and safety study. BBS, BI, FMA-LE, RGTS
2017 Efficiency of physical therapy on postural imbalance after stroke: study protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis. BBS, PT
2016 Rehabilitation procedures in the management of postural orientation deficits in patients with poststroke pusher behavior: a pilot study. ESS, PB, SCP
2014 Balance and walking after three different models of stroke rehabilitation: early supported discharge in a day unit or at home, and traditional treatment (control). ---
2014 Reliability and validity of the Balance Evaluation Systems Test (BESTest) in people with subacute stroke. BBS, BESTest, HFA, LFA
2013 A comparison of two balance measures to predict discharge performance from inpatient stroke rehabilitation. BBS, FIM, GV, IRU, SD
2013 Responsiveness and predictive validity of the hierarchical balance short forms in people with stroke. ES, SRM
10  2012 Responsiveness of 2 scales to evaluate lateropulsion or pusher syndrome recovery after stroke. BLS, SRM
11  2007 Influence of subjective visual vertical misperception on balance recovery after stroke. FIM6, LHL, RHL, SVV
12  2006 Subjective visual vertical perception relates to balance in acute stroke. SVV
13  2005 [Evaluation of balance in neurologic and geriatric disorders]. ABC scale, BBS, FES, FRT, TT, TUG, UPDRS