Validation of Early Prognostic Data for Recovery Outcome after Stroke for Future Higher Yield Trials (VERIFY)

Brief description of study

The purpose of this research study is to understand how well we can predict your arm recovery by using tests done early after stroke.

Why would we want to predict your arm recovery? During the months after a stroke, some people recover all the way, some people do not recover at all, and many people have a partial recovery. If we can predict how you will do in the coming months, we can choose the right rehabilitation therapies more quickly and more accurately.

Previous research studies have found several tests that could help your doctors and therapists predict your arm recovery. This study will see whether these tests are useful predictors in a larger group of people.

Validating these predictors will mean they can be used to guide rehabilitation therapy for people with stroke. This research is also important to future patients with stroke, as this knowledge will also help doctors do a better job of finding new treatments to help people recover from stroke.

Clinical Study Identifier: s21-01360
Principal Investigator: Heidi Schambra-Griesemer.

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