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Review Article

Physical Activity in Hospitalised Stroke Patients

Table 3

Therapy-specific activity studies.

StudyMethodProcedureTherapyPatient typeOrganisation of care

Ada et al. [45]Behavioural mappingEvery 10 mins for all sessions across 3-4 weekdaysPT and OTRehabilitation inpatientsGRU16
Bernhardt et al. [46]Behavioural mapping and therapist reportMapping every 10 mins plus therapist report, for all sessions across 2 weekdaysPT and OTAcute inpatientsSU58
Bernhardt et al. [32]aBehavioural mapping and therapist reportMapping every 10 mins plus therapist report, for all sessions over 1 weekdayPTAcute inpatientsSU37
Bode et al. [47]bTherapist reportAll therapy sessions across admission recorded, but data only reported for 2nd weekPT and OTRehabilitation inpatientsGRU101
De Wit et al. [48]Video recordingSingle OT and single PT sessionPT and OTRehabilitation inpatientsSU60
Elson et al. [49]Video recordingSingle individual session and single group sessionPTRehabilitation inpatientsGRU15
Jette et al. [50]Therapist reportAll therapy sessions across admissionPTRehabilitation inpatientsGRU972
Kuys et al. [51]Video recording and heart rate monitoringSingle sessionPTRehabilitation inpatients and outpatientsGRU30
Latham et al. [52]Therapist reportAll therapy sessions across admissionOTRehabilitation inpatientGRU954
McNaughton et al. [53]cTherapist reportAll therapy sessions across admissionPT and OTRehabilitation inpatientGRU130

aData for Trondheim patients only; bdata for less impaired patients only, during second week of inpatient rehabilitation admission; cdata for New Zealand patients only; GRU: general rehabilitation unit (includes mixed rehabilitation units); SU: stroke unit (includes acute stroke units, comprehensive stroke units and stroke rehabilitation units); OT: occupational therapy; PT: physiotherapy.

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