Thursday January 18th 2018

Falls in people with multiple sclerosis: experiences of 115 fall situations – Carling A, Forsberg A, Nilsag ård Y.

OBJECTIVES: The aim was to describe falls and the perceived causes, experienced by people with multiple sclerosis shortly after falling. DESIGN: A qualitative study using content analysis and quantitative data to illustrate where and why people rep… (Source: SafetyLit)

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