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Poster Session 5
Saturday, March 5, 2016, 9:30am - 10:30am
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0607 Promises Of Accuracy For Non-Invasive Intracranial Pressure Monitoring: Are We Ahead Of The Curve Yet?
Mario Ganau1, Lara Prisco*2, Roberto Israel Foroni3
1Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, University of Cagliari, Italy, 2University of Cambridge, UK, 3Minimally Invasive Surgical Lab, Department of Neurosurgery - University of Verona, Italy
0611 Response to Text-Based Social Cues in Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury
Lyn Turkstra*1, Adam Politis1, Melissa Duff2, Bilge Mutlu1
1University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, 2University of Iowa, USA
0612 Neuroendocrine disturbances years after traumatic brain injury and subarachnoid hemorrhage – Is there a reason for screening of hypopituitarism years after injury?
Anna Kopczak*1, Carmen Krewer2, Manfred Schneider2, Harald Jörn Schneider3, Günter Karl Stalla1
1Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Germany, 2Schön Klinik Bad Aibling, Germany, 3University Hospital Innenstadt, Germany
0613 Clinical Practices Surrounding Friendship Following TBI
Tennille Thomasz1, Leanne Togher*1, Emma Power1, Jacinta Douglas3
1University of Sydney, Australia, 2Royal Rehab, Australia, 3La Trobe University, Australia, 4NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Brain Recovery, Australia
0615 Why do some friendships succeed following traumatic brain injury (TBI)?
Tennille Thomasz1, Leanne Togher*1, Emma Power1, Jacinta Douglas3
1University of Sydney, Australia, 2Royal Rehab, Australia, 3La Trobe University, Australia, 4NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Brain Recovery, Australia
0617 The Curious Case of Trephine Syndrome with Associated Partial Seizures in a Patient with Bicoronal Hemicraniectomies: A Case Report
Fairen Walker*, Kirk Lercher, Neal Rakesh
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA
0618 Practical Aspects of Monitoring Sleep in Patients with Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury [TBI] on an Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit.
Michael J. Makley*, Alan H. Weintraub, Heidi Schneider, Jennifer Biggs Arnold, Angela Philippus, Jody Newman, Robert Kowalski, James Schraa, Adrienne Mackzum, Kimberly Frey, Don Gerber
Craig Hospital, USA
0619 Characterizing alcohol craving, mental health and cognitive outcomes among veterans with alcohol use disorder and co-occurring PTSD and mTBI.
Amy Herrold*1, Lauren Scimeca3, Melissa London2, Theresa Pape1
1Edward Hines Jr., VA Hospital, USA, 2Northern Illinois University, USA, 3Chicago Association for Research and Education in Science, USA
0620 Kimberly Ann Fisher's journey back to life alone.
Kimberly Fisher
None, USA
0621 Quantitative Outcome Assessment of Motion Based Gaming for Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Vasanth Subramanian*1, Sai Yalla1, Cynthia Putnam3, Bharathi Swaminathan2, William Cotter2, Kelly Gunderson2, Armando Anima2, Fang Lin1
1Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, USA, 2Captain James A.Lovell Federal Health Care Center, USA, 3DePaul University, USA
0622 The Ability of Four Computerized Neurocognitive Assessment Tools to Distinguish Between Soldiers With and Without Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Felicia Qashu*1, Jacques Arrieux2, Brian Ivins1, Wesley Cole2
1Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, USA, 2Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, USA, 3General Dynamics Health Systems, USA
0623 Cerebral Fat Emboli Syndrome: A Case Series of Neuroimaging Correlations and Clinical Rehabilitation Outcomes
Alan H. Weintraub*, David Dungan, Michael J. Makley
Craig Hospital, USA
0627 SEX DIFFERENCES IN WORK-RELATED TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY DUE TO ASSAULT
Tatyana Mollayeva*2, Shirin Mollayeva1, John Lewko3, Angela Colantonio1
1University of Toronto, Canada, 2Toronto Rehab-UHN, Canada, 3Laurentian University, Canada
0628 Mild traumatic brain injury in the workplace: Exploring the vulnerabilities of workers
Behdin Nowrouzi*2, Pia Kontos1, Bhanu Sharma1, Mollayeva Tatyana1, Mihailidis Alex1, Gibson Brian5, Liss Gary5, Garritano Enzo3, Pascoe Laura6, McInnis Joanna1, Bayley Mark1, Colantonio Angela1
1Toronto Rehab, University Health Network, Canada, 2Laurentian University, Canada, 3Infrastructure Health and Safety Association, Canada, 4Ontario Network of Injured Workers Groups, Canada, 5LAMP, Canada, 6Workplace Safety and Prevention Services, Canada
0629 Cerebroprotective Effect of PAR1 Antagonist Intransient Brain Ischemic Insult in Hypercholesterolemic Rats
Eman El Eter*1, Abeer Al Masri2, Maha Arafah2
1Alexandria University, Egypt, 2King Saud University, Saudi Arabia
0631 THE PITTSBURGH SLEEP QUALITY INDEX AS A SCREENING TOOL FOR SLEEP DYSFUNCTION WITH EMPHASIS ON APPLICATION IN THE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS
Tatyana Mollayeva*2, Pravheen Thurairajah4, Shirin Mollayeva1, Colin M Shapiro3, Kirsteen Burton1, Angela Colantonio1
1University of Toronto, Canada, 2Toronto Rehab-UHN, Canada, 3Toronto Western Hospital-UHN, Canada, 4The Hospital for Sick Children, Canada
0633 Identifying patterns of clinically meaningful recovery of NBF in persons in states of disordered consciousness due to TBI
Trudy Mallinson*1, Theresa Pape2, Ann Guernon3
1The George Washington University, USA, 2US Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Hines VA and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, USA, 3Hines VA and Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital, USA
0634 Statistical Methods for Analyzing Advanced Imaging Data for Traumatic Brain Injury
Dulal Bhaumik*1, Runa Bhaumik1, Thersa Pape1
1University of Illinois at Chicago,School of Public Health and Dept. of Psychiatry, USA, 2US Department of Veterans Affairs, Hines VA and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicien, USA
0635 Circulating Vascular Adhesion Protein-1 and Syndecan-1 are Elevated after TBI in Relation to Sympathetic Hyperactivity
Alex Di Battista1, Shawn Rhind*2, Maria Shiu2, Andrew Baker3, Michael Hutchison4, Sandro Rizoli3
1Institute of Medical Science, University of Toronto, Canada, 2Defence Research & Development Canada, Canada, 3Depts. of Critical Care, Anesthesia & Surgery, University of Toronto, Canada, 4Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education, University of Toronto, Canada
0641 Management and outcome of TBI patients in the State University Hospital of Haiti during a 2 years period Gerald Jonace, Marc-Felix Civil, Josephe Archie Honorat, Bernard Pierre Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, State University of Haiti (Universite d’Etat d’Haiti)
Gerald Jonace*, Marc-Felix Civil, Josephe Archie Honorat, Bernard Pierre
Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, State University of Haiti (Universite d’Etat d’Haiti), Haiti
0643 The Utility of Prism Lenses as a Diagnostic Tool for Concussion.
C. Elaine Little*, Carolyn Emery, Kathryn Schneider, Sean Dukelow
University of Calgary, Canada
0644 Use of the Near Point Convergence Test During Chronic Post Concussion Recovery
Denise Gobert*, David Rouse, Steven Nelson
Texas State University, USA
0648 Combining noninvasive cortical stimulation with operant learning: Novel paradigms for Neurorehabilitation
Ahmed Karim1
1University Clinic of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Germany, 2Department of Prevention, Health Psychology and Neurorehabilitation, SRH University Riedlingen, Germany
0650 Open traumatic brain injury is a strong predictor for aseptic bone necrosis after cranioplasty surgery: a retrospective analysis of 219 patients
Johannes Lemcke*, Christian von der Brelie, Igor Stojanowski, Ullrich Meier
Department of Neurosurgery, Unfallkrankenhaus Berlin, Germany
0651 The role of shuntography in diagnosis of mechanic complications after implantation of ventriculoperitoneal shunt in patients with normal pressure hydocephalus: a retrospective clinical evaluation.
Johannes Lemcke*, Sergej Rot, Ullrich Meier
Department of Neurosurgery, Germany
0653 Public Health Policy Implications of a Cognitive Neuropsychology of Language and Movement in Neurorehabilitation of Integrative Brain Function
Gerry Leisman*1, Ahmed Moustafa3, Tal Shafir4
1The National Inst. for Brain & Rehabilitation Sciences, Israel, 2Universidad de Ciencias Médicas de la Habana, Facultad Manuel Fajardo, Cuba, 3Marcs Institute for Brain and Behaviour, University of Western Sydney, Australia, 4Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences, University of Haifa, Israel
0654 Early decompressive craniectomy in severe head injury with clinical and imagenological evidence of intracranial hypertension
Angel Jesús Lacerda-Gallardo*, Julio Antonio Diaz-Agramonte, Daisy Abreu-Pérez, Fabienne Mederos Víctores, Paschal Edes Songoro
"Roberto Rodríguez" General Hospital, Cuba
0657 Supporting the basic learning skills of children with acquired brain injury: Cognitive neurorehabilitation as a long-term remediation
Marianne Saard*1, Lisanna Pertens2, Madis Bachmann2, Anneli Kolk3
1Children's Clinic, Department of Neurology and Neurorehabilitation, Tartu University Hospital, Estonia, 2Department of Psychology, University of Tartu, Estonia, 3Department of Pediatrics and Faculty of Medicine, University of Tartu, Estonia
0659 The TESS study, Traumatic epilepsy and seizure study
Elizabeth Corteen*1, Mark Manford8, Barbara Sahakian7, Judith Allanson5, Edward Wilson3, Simon White2, Christie Deaton7, Robert Morris1, Jonathan Coles6, Matthew Guilfoyle1, Alexis Joannides1, Peter Hutchinson1
1University of Cambridge Department of Clinical Neurosciences, UK, 2MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge institute of Public Health., UK, 3Cambridge centre for Health services research, Cambridge, UK, 4University of Cambridge, Department of Public health and Primary care, UK, 5Evelyn trust, Neurorehabilitation, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation trust Hospital, UK, 6University of Cambridge Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Division of Anaesthesia, UK, 7University of Cambridge, Department of psychiatry., UK, 8Cambridge University Hospitals NHS foundation trust, Department of Neurology, UK
0660 The Cardiac Autonomic Response to Differing Efforts in Children at the Chronic Phase Post Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.
Michal Katz Leurer*1, Hemda Rotem2
1Tel Aviv University, Israel, 2ALYN Children and Adolescent Rehabilitation Center, Israel
0661 The Long Term Gait Deficits of Children Post Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Hemda Rotem*2, Maayan Shofer2, Michal Katz-Leurer1
1Tel Aviv University, Israel, 2ALYN Children and Adolescent Rehabilitation Center, Israel
0663 PAEDIATRIC NEUROLOGICAL MELIOIDOSIS: A REHABILITATION CASE REPORT
Meagan White, Cheraine Connel, Kate Langdon*, Jacqueline Hunt
Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, Australia
0664 Neuromuscular electrical stimulation in oropharyngeal dysphagia secondary to traumatic brain injury
Rosa Terré*, Montserrat Bernabeu, Anna Morales, Fermín Mearin
Institut Guttmann. Neurorehabilitation hospital, Spain
0665 Inter-rater reliability of the Chedoke arm and hand inventory for use with people with acquired brain injury
Denise Johnson*1, Denise Johnson2, Jocelyn Harris1, Paul Stratford1, Julie Richardson1
1McMaster University, Canada, 2Hamilton Health Sciences, Canada
0666 Human Metapneumo Viral Encephalitis in adult: A case report of poor neurological recovery.
Tan Yeow Leng
Singapore General Hospital, Singapore
0667 Connectomic and surface-based morphometric correlates of acute mild traumatic brain injury
Patrizia Dall'Acqua*1, Sönke Johannes2, Ladislav Mica3, Hans-Peter Simmen3, Richard Glaab4, Javier Fandino5, Markus Schwendinger6, Christoph Meier7, Erika Jasmin Ulbrich8, Andreas Müller9, Lutz Jäncke1, Jürgen Hänggi1
1University of Zurich, Department of Psychology, Division Neuropsychology, Switzerland, 2Bellikon Rehabilitation Clinic, Switzerland, 3University Hospital Zurich, Division of Trauma Surgery, Switzerland, 4Cantonal Hospital Aarau, Department of Traumatology, Switzerland, 5Cantonal Hospital Aarau, Department of Neurosurgery, Switzerland, 6Baden Cantonal Hospital, Interdisciplinary Emergency Centre, Switzerland, 7Waid Hospital Zurich, Department of Surgery, Switzerland, 8University Hospital Zurich, Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, Switzerland, 9Brain and Trauma Foundation Grison, Switzerland
0668 Consistency of psychometric properties of the Child and Adolescent Scale of Participation (CASP) in a national sample (USA) of children with TBI across a 3-year period.
Anat Golos*1, Gary Bedell2
1School of Occupational Therapy of Hadassah and the Hebrew University, Israel, 2Tufts University, USA
0674 What can the Virtual Classroom Teach Us about the Attention Deficits Profile of Children with ABI
Yafit Gilboa*1, Bernadette Kerrouche3, Audrey Longaud4, Virginie Kieffer4, Anne Tiberghien3, Delphine Aligon3, Aude Mariller5, Amaia Mintegui5, Geneviève Abada5, Céline Canizares5, Mathilde Chevignard2
1School of occpuational therapy, Faculty of Medicine, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, 2Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06, UMR 7371, UMR_S 1146, LIB, F-75005,, France, 3Outreach team for children and adolescents with acquired brain injury, Saint Maurice Hospitals,, France, 4Pediatric Oncology department, Gustave Roussy,, France, 5Rehabilitation Department for children with acquired neurological injury, Saint Maurice Hospitals,, France
0675 Re-Emergence of Head Control is Associated with Resolution of Disorder of Consciousness during Inpatient Rehabilitation in Children with TBI.
Heather McLean*, Beth Slomine, Stacy Suskauer, Melissa Trovato
Kennedy Krieger Institute, USA
0677 AN AUDIT OF MODERATE TO SEVERE ACUTE HEAD INJURY PATIENTS IN CHRIS HANI BARAGWANATH ACADEMIC HOSPITAL
Antony Thomas*, Babu George
Witwatersrand, South Africa
0680 Long-term life goals of patients with acquired brain injury
Bernice van den Bedem*1, Rita van den Berg-Emons2, Ingrid Brands1
1Libra Rehabilitation Medicine & Audiology, department of neurorehabilitation, The Netherlands, 2Erasmus MC, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Netherlands
0682 Early Reach-in Rehabilitation Service of Lymphoma Patients with Cognitive vs Mobility Impairment: A Pilot Study
Saw Hay Mar*, Tan Yeow Leng, Jiang Yan
Singapore General Hospital, SingHealth, Singapore
0683 Estimated life time savings from specialist rehabilitation following acquired brain injury: a large multi-centre cohort analysis from the UK.
Lynne Turner-Stokes*1, Alan Bill2, Heather Williams2, Keith Sephton2
1Department of Palliative Care, Policy and Rehabilitation, King’s College London, UK, 2UK Rehabilitation Outcomes Collaborative, Northwick Park Hospital, UK
0685 The role of goal adaptation in acceptance and subjective quality of life after an acquired brain injury
Gunther Van Bost*1, Stefaan Van Damme1, Geert Crombez1
1Ghent University, Belgium, 2CAR Ter Kouter, Belgium
0686 Fatigue in patients 3-10 years after aneurysmal and angiographically negative subarachnoid haemorrhage
Anne M. Buunk*1, Rob J.M. Groen2, Annemarie C. Visser-Keizer2, Rianne A. Wijbenga1, Jacoba M. Spikman1
1University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands
0687 ETHICS IN NEUROTRAUMATOLOGY
Leonid Likhterman
The Burdenko Neurosurgery Institute, Russia
0688 A prototype Paediatric Rehabilitation Ingredients Measure (PRISM) for use in studies of severity-adjusted outcomes and rehabilitation treatment received
Rob Forsyth*1, Lorna Wales2, Carolyn Dunford2
1Newcastle University, UK, 2Children's Trust, UK
0689 Fit After Stroke (FAST@HOME): a project on the development and evaluation of an integrated e-health intervention in stroke rehabilitation
Manon Wentink*1, Hanneke Braakhuis1, Monique Berger1, Leti van Bodegom-Vos3, Thea Vliet Vlieland3, Bert Mulder1, Jorit Meesters4, Hans Bussmann5, Arend de Kloet2
1The Hague University (of applied sciences), The Netherlands, 2Sophia Rehabilitation, The Netherlands, 3Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands, 4Rijnlands Rehabilitation Center, The Netherlands, 5Erasmus Medical Center, The Netherlands
0692 Role of S100B and Neuron-Specific Enolase as mortality predictors in severe traumatic brain injury patients
Ana Rodríguez-Rodríguez1, Juan José Egea-Guerrero1, Elena Gordillo-Escobar1, Judy Enamorado-Enamorado1, Conary Hernández-García2, Ángel Vilches-Arenas3, María Dolores Freire-Aragón1, Francisco Murillo-Cabezas*1
1Neurocritical Care Unit. Virgen del Rocío University Hospital, Spain, 2Clinical Biochemistry Department. Virgen del Rocío University Hospital, Spain, 3Preventive Medicine Department . Virgen Macarena, University Hospital, Spain
0694 Cost-Effectiveness of Prehospital Intubation in Severe TBI patients in Colombia
Andrés M Rubiano Escobar1, Mauricio Avila1, Raúl Echeverry1, Paola Tejada1, Joffre Guzman*2, Yuly Florez2, Stephanie Gaviria2, Julian Camargo2, Oscar Echeverry1, Alejandro Gómez1, Juan Puyana1, José D Alarcón1
1MEDITECH Foundation, Colombia, 2El Bosque University, Colombia
0695 The Effect of Oxiracetam on Neurogenesis in the Hippocampus after Traumatic Brain Injury
Xin Yi*, Guohua Jin, Meiling Tian, Jianbing Qin, Weifeng Mao
Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, The Key Laboratory of Neuroregeneration of Jiangsu Province, Nantong University, China
0696 THE BLOOD LYMPHOCYTE MITOCHONDRIAL DEHYDROGENASE ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY. ZAKIROV R., SOROKINA E., KARASEVA O., SEMENOVA Zh., PETRICHUK S., ROSHAL L., PINELIS V.
Rustam Zakirov*1, Elena Sorokina1, Olga Karaseva2, Zhanna Semenova2, Svetlana Petrichuk1, Leonid Roshal2, Vsevolod Pinelis1
1Federal State Budgetary Institution 'Scientific Centre of Children Health' of the Ministry of Health, Russia, 2Institute of Urgent Children Surgery and Traumatology, Russia
0701 A Comparative Analysis of the Legal Process and Compensation Systems for Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury Cases Across Europe
Paul McClorry
Slater + Gordon (UK) LLP, UK
0703 Recuperation of prenatal as well as postnatal valproic acid-induced autistic behaviour, biochemistry & blood brain barrier impairments in rats by a possible inhibition of microglial activation Bhupesh Sharma* and Hariom Kumar
Bhupesh Sharma*1, Hariom Kumar2
1Department of Pharmacology, Amity Institute of Pharmacy, Amity University, India, 2Department of Pharmacology, School of Pharmacy, India
0705 A new conceptual framework to facilitate return to paid work following a brain injury.
Karen Beaulieu
University of Northampton, UK
0706 Microglia Activation Triggers OPC Apoptosis via HSP60
Yin Wang*1, Yunhong Li1, Xiaolin Hou2
1Ningxia Key Laboratory of Cerebrocranial Diseases, Ningxia Medical University, China, 2The General Hospital of Ningxia Medical University, China
0708 Effective professional Process of Vocational Rehabilitation for Clients with Higher Brain Dysfunctions
Tamami Aida*, Takashi Yamada
Mejiro University Graduate school of Rehabilitation, Japan
0709 HEJ! The Dutch Pediatric Brain Injury Network, an Example of Good Practice
Peter de Koning*1, Lily Heijnen2, Arend de Kloet3
1Heliomare Rehabilitation Center, The Netherlands, 2Hersenletsel en Jeugd, The Netherlands, 3The Hague University, Sophia Rehabilitation, The Netherlands
0710 Selective Inhibition Of Factor XIIa Enhances Blood-Brain-Barrier Stability And Reduces Inflammatory Responses In Experimental Traumatic Brain Injury
Sarah Hopp*1, Christiane Albert-Weissenberger1, Marc W. Nolte3, Stine Mencl1, Anna-Leena Sirén2, Christoph Kleinschnitz1
1Department of Neurology, University Hospital Wuerzburg, Germany, 2Department of Neurosurgery, University Hospital Wuerzburg, Germany, 3CSL Behring GmbH, Germany
0711 The Additional Effect of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) in Post-stroke Sub-acute Aphasia.
Kerstin Spielmann*1, Mieke van de Sandt-Koenderman1, Gerard Ribbers1
1Rijndam rehabilitation institute, The Netherlands, 2Erasmus Medical Center, The Netherlands
0714 Energy drinks, alcohol, sports and traumatic brain injuries among adolescents - opportunity for prevention
Gabriela Ilie*1, Robert Mann2, Michael Cusimano1, Angela Boak2, Jurgen Rehm2, Mark Asbridge3
1St. Michael's Hospital, Canada, 2Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Canada, 3Dalhousie University, Canada
0716 Traumatic Brain Injury and Inpatient Rehabilitation Components: The Influence of Age
Sareh Zarshenas*1, Angela Colantonio1, Nora Cullen2
1University of Toronto, Canada, 2Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Canada
0717 Adenosine A2A receptors activate GSK-3β to exacerbate neuronal tauopathy in a mouse model of traumatic brain injury
Zi-Ai Zhao, Ya-Lei Ning, Nan Yang, Yan Peng, Yan Zhao, Ping Li, Xing-Yun Chen, Xing Chen, Wei Bai, Xu-Jia Zeng, Zhuo-Hang Zhang, Yuan-Guo Zhou*
Molecular Biology Center, State Key Laboratory of Trauma, Burn, and Combined Injury, Research Institute of Surgery and Daping Hospital, Third Military Medical University, China
0719 Longitudinal Change in Communication Functions after Acquired Brain Injuries in Children and Adolescents: Evidence from Parent Reports
Åsa Fyrberg*1, Karin Strid3, Elisabeth Ahlsén1
1Department of Applied IT, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 2Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden, 3Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
0720 IMPAIRMENTS IN WORKING MEMORY AND PROCESSING SPEED: DO THEY INTERPRET DIFFICULTIES IN ACADEMIC SKILLS IN CHILDREN TREATED FOR A BRAIN TUMOR?
Riikka Lovio*, Malin Lönnerblad, Ingrid Hagberg-Van't Hooft
Astrid Lindgren Children's Hospital, Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden
0721 A Systematic Review on Implicit Motor Learning in People with Stroke: Is there any Evidence?
Elmar Kal*1, Marinus Winters3, John van der Kamp2, Han Houdijk2, Erny Groet1, Erik Scherder2, Coen van Bennekom1
1Research & Development, Heliomare Rehabilitation Centre, The Netherlands, 2Faculty of Behavioural and Movement Sciences, VU University, The Netherlands, 3Department of Rehabilitation, Nursing Science, and Sports, University Medical Centre Utrecht, The Netherlands
0723 Renegotiation of Identity after a Brain Injury Using Immersive Virtual Environments
Ulla Konnerup
Aalborg University, Denmark
0724 Children with severe ABI occurring before 3 years: clinical, functional and cognitive outcome at subacute phase and at one year follow-up
Monica Recla*, Valentina Pastore, Susanna Galbiati, Alessandra Bardoni, Elena Beretta, Katia Colombo, Sandra Strazzer
IRCCS E. MEDEA, Italy
0725 EVOLUTION OF THE STATE OF CONSCIOUSNESS IN A SAMPLE OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH SEVERE ACQUIRED BRAIN LESIONS DURING THE INPATIENT REHABILITATION.
Susanna Galbiati*, Katia Colombo, Erika Molteni, Monica Recla, Federica Locatelli, Sara Galbiati, Paolo Avantaggiato, Federica Villa, Sandra Strazzer
IRCCS "E. Medea", Italy
0726 Life chance 5%
Derick Poremba-Brumer
n/a, South Africa
0727 The difference between left versus right unilateral spatial neglect. An exploration in multiple domains.
Teuni ten Brink*1, Jurre Verwer2, Matthijs Biesbroek2, Geert-Jan Biessels2, Anne Visser-Meily1, Tanja Nijboer0
1University Medical Center Utrecht and De Hoogstraat Rehabilitation, The Netherlands, 2Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands
0728 Regaining Mobility Skills 3 Years Post Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): A Case Presentation.
Nicole Cash
The Portland hospital, UK
0729 Repeated mild traumatic brain injury produces an anxiety-related phenotype and spatial memory deficits in mice.
John Broussard*1, Laura Acion2, Ramiro Salas1, Mauro Costa Mattioli1, Claudia Robertson1, Andrew Pieper2, David Arciniegas1, Ricardo Jorge1
1Baylor College of Medicine, USA, 2University of Iowa, USA
0730 Extinguishing aggressive behaviors of brain injured clients using a person centered behavioral approach
Colin King
Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers, USA
0731 Facilitating Sexual Expression as a Means of Diminishing Aggressive Behaviors
Colin King
Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers, USA
0733 Cognitive performance and brain white matter in TBI: Are there any differences among diffusion-tensor indexes?
Blanca Navarro-Main1, Marcos Rios-Lago*1, Jose Antonio Periañez2, Genny Lubrini3, Alfonso Lagares4, Jose Ignacio Quemada5, Juan Alvarez-Linera6
1UNED, Spain, 2UCM, Spain, 3Hospital Universitario La Paz, Spain, 4Hospital Universitario 12 de octubre, Spain, 5Red Menni de Atención al Daño Cerebral, Spain, 6Hospital Ruber Internacional, Spain
0734 Impact of Social Work Interventions on Family Adaption Following Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury
Lyndal Hickey*, Vicki Anderson, Brigid Jordan
University of Melbourne, Australia
0735 Cdk5 phosphorylation of STAT3 is involved in axonal regeneration after peripheral nerve injury
In Ae Chang, Hee-Don Lim, Uk Namgung*
Daejeon University, Republic of Korea
0736 We don’t just want an app: information needs of children and youth with an acquired brain injury
Lorna Wales*, Carolyn Dunford, Clair Cobbold, Ian Ray
The Children's Trust, UK
0737 Ultra-sensitive single molecular array (Simoa) technology for the detection of tau and GFAP in traumatic brain injury
Andreas Jeromin*1, Lei Chang1, David Hanlon1, David Wilson1, Jessica Gill2
1Quanterix Corp, USA, 2NIN, NINR, USA
0739 Extending Functional Outcome Measurement To Support International Comparison Across Different Rehabilitation Settings For Patients With Acquired Brain Injury: A UK-Australian Pilot Study
Diana Jackson*1, Karla Seaman2, Kristylee Sharp2, Rachel Singer2, Hilary Rose3, Chantelle Pieterse3, Heather Williams3, Lynne Turner-Stokes1
1Department of Palliative Care Policy and Rehabilitation, King’s College London Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine, UK, 2Brightwater Care Group, Australia, 3Regional Hyper-acute Rehabilitation Unit, Northwick Park Hospital, UK