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Predicting length of stay in hospital after brain injury.

Craigie, M. and Shah, S. K. and Muncer, S. J. (2002) 'Predicting length of stay in hospital after brain injury.', British journal of therapy and rehabilitation., 9 (1). pp. 30-32.


It is very useful to have good predictive measures of rehabilitation outcome so that limited resources can be allocated efficiently. This paper reports a cross-validation of a regression equation that predicts length of hospital stay from a patient's admission score on the modified Barthel index. The equation was successful in predicting length of hospital stay in the study.

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