Monday December 18th 2017

Prospective Assessment Of Falls Among People With Multiple Sclerosis And Healthy Matched Controls (P3.054)

CONCLUSIONS: Independent of walking speed, PwMS are at increased risk for falls compared to healthy age and sex matched controls.Study Supported by: CDA-2 from the Department of Veterans Affairs Rehabilitation Research Development Service.Disclosure: Dr. Mazumder has received research support from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the 2012 Foundation of the Consortium of MS Centers Workforce of the Future. Dr. Murchison has received research support from National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Dr. Cameron has received personal compensation for activities with Acorda Therapeutics, and the MS Association of America. Dr. Cameron has received research support from Acorda Therapeutics, and the VA Rehabilitation Research Development Service. (Source: Neurology…

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Prospective Assessment Of Falls Among People With Multiple Sclerosis And Healthy Matched Controls (P3.054)

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