physioscience 2016; 12(03): 123-124
DOI: 10.1055/s-0035-1567124
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Early Intensive Hand Rehabilitation Is Not More Effective than Usual Care Plus One-To-One Hand Therapy in People with Sub-Acute Spinal Cord Injury (“Hands On”): A Randomised Trial

Frühe, intensive Handrehabilitation ist nicht effektiver als eine herkömmliche Therapie in Kombination mit Handrehabilitation bei Personen mit subakuter Querschnittlähmung (Hands-on): Eine randomisierte Studie
W. Backhaus
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Publication Date:
09 September 2016 (online)

Harvey LA, Dunlop SA, Churilov L, Galea MP. J Physiother 2016; 62: 88 – 95

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