Rehabilitación integral de la enfermedad cerebrovascular

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Alberto Jiménez Juliao
revista@ecr.edu.co

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Los procesos de rehabilitación de la Enfermedad Cerebro Vascular (ECV) son moedelo para los procesos integrales de rehabilitación neurológica en general. Este artículo pretende ofrecer un marco conceptual sobre la ECV y un programa de rehabilitación para dicha enfermedad. Se parte de las definiciones y la epidemiológia para centrarse en la evaluación del paciente y en el manejo de la rehabilitación de éste en sus diferentes fases: aguda, subaguda, tardía y ambulatotia. Un proceso de rehabilitación integral del paciente con EVC, incluye médicos rehabilitadores, enfermeros, fisioterapeutas, terapeutas ocupacionales, fonoaudiologos, psicólogo, neuropsicólogo, trabajador social, nutricionista ortesista, educador físico, sociólogo, etc.

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