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Ecological Assessment Battery for Numbers (EABN) for brain-damaged patients: Standardization and validity study / Marie Villain in Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, Vol. 58 n° 5 (October 2015)
[article] Ecological Assessment Battery for Numbers (EABN) for brain-damaged patients: Standardization and validity study [texte imprimé] / Marie Villain, Auteur ; Cécile Tarabon-Prevost, Auteur ; Éléonore Bayen, Auteur . - 2015 . - p. 283-288.
Langues : Anglais (eng) Français (fre)
in Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine > Vol. 58 n° 5 (October 2015) . - p. 283-288
Catégories : PATHOLOGIE
Activités vie quotidienne
Tags : Acalculia Ecological assessment Stroke Traumatic brain injury Activities of daily living Résumé : Objectives: Number-processing may be altered following brain injury and might affect the everyday life of patients. We developed the first ecological tool to assess number-processing disorders in brain-injured patients, the Ecological Assessment Battery for Numbers (EABN; in French, the BENQ). The aim of the present study was to standardize and validate this new tool.
Material and methods: Standardization included 126 healthy controls equally distributed by age, sex and sociocultural level. First, 17 patients were evaluated by the EABN; then scores for a subgroup of 10 were compared with those from a French analytical calculation test, the Évaluation Clinique des Aptitudes Numériques (ECAN). The concordance between the EABN and the ECAN was analyzed to determine construct validity. Discrimination indexes were calculated to assess the sensitivity of the subtests.
Results: Standardization highlighted a major effect of sociocultural level. In total, 9 of 17 patients had a pathological EABN score, with difficulties in telling time, making appointments and reading numerical data. The results of both the EABN and ECAN tests were concordant (Kendall's w =0.97). Finally, the discriminatory power was good, particularly for going to the movies, cheque-writing and following a recipe: scores were>0.4.
Conclusion: The EABN is a new tool to assess number-processing disorders in adults. This tool has been standardized and has good psychometric properties for patients with brain injury.
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[article] New factors that affect quality of life in patients with aphasia [texte imprimé] / Bénédicte Bullier, Auteur ; Hélène Cassoudesalle, Auteur ; Marie Villain, Auteur . - 2020 . - p. 33-37.
Langues : Anglais (eng) Français (fre)
in Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine > Vol. 63 n° 1 (January 2020) . - p. 33-37
Catégories : SYMPTÔME
Aphasie , Fatigue
Tags : Aphasia Quality of life Stroke Fatigue Résumé : Background: Aphasia severity is known to affect quality of life (QoL) in stroke patients, as is mood disorders, functional limitations, limitations on activities of daily life, economic status and level of education. However, communication limitation or fatigue has not been explored in this specific population.
Objective: We aimed to investigate whether these factors were associated with QoL in patients with aphasia after stroke.
Methods: Patients with aphasia were included from April 2014 to November 2017 after a first stroke and were followed for 2 years post-stroke. QoL was assessed at follow-up by the French Sickness Impact Profile 65 (SIP-65). We explored predictors such as mood disorders, communication impairment, fatigue, limitations on activities of daily life, and aphasia severity in addition to socio-demographic factors.
Results: We included 32 individuals (22 men; mean age 60.7 [SD 16.6] years) with aphasia after a first stroke. Poor QoL as assessed by the SIP-65 was significantly associated (Pearson correlations) with increased severity of aphasia initially (P =0.008) and at follow-up (P =0.01); increased communication activity limitations at follow-up (P Conclusion: Aphasia severity, mood disorders and functional limitations may have a negative effect on QoL in patients with aphasia. Also, for the first time, we show that fatigue has an important impact on QoL in this population. Specific management of this symptom might be beneficial and should be explored in future studies.
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