A pilot randomized education rehabilitation trial is feasible in sickle cell and strokes.

King AA, White DA, McKinstry RC, Noetzel M, Debaun MR
Neurology. 2007 68 (23): 2008-11

PMID: 17548550 · DOI:10.1212/01.wnl.0000264421.24415.16

A randomized trial was completed to assess the feasibility of a 2-year education rehabilitation program for students with sickle cell disease and memory deficits. Eleven students were assigned to tutoring with or without memory training for 2 years. Eighty-two percent completed the program. Evidence of improvement in memory and academic achievement existed. Educational rehabilitation is a feasible strategy, but further investigation is needed to assess the benefit in a multi center trial.

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Adolescent Anemia, Sickle Cell Child Cognition Disorders Female Humans Male Memory Disorders Multicenter Studies as Topic Neuropsychological Tests Pilot Projects Reproducibility of Results Sample Size Stroke Stroke Rehabilitation Teaching Treatment Outcome

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