- •Simultaneous co-occurrence (ie, clustering) of some demographic and clinical variables may affect the acute rehabilitation outcomes of patients with traumatic brain injury, rendering ethic/racial minority and elderly groups particularly vulnerable to shorter stays despite small gains in functional variables.
Main Outcome Measures
List of abbreviations:ESL (English as a second language), TBI (traumatic brain injury)
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Supported by the Administration for Community Living, National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research; Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training; and Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems (grant nos. 90AR5014 and 90DP0047).