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Age, gender, chronic diseases, BMI, and Barthel index scores were analyzed using a statistical program.
Reliability (inter-rater agreement) of the Barthel Index for assessment of stroke survivors: Systematic review and meta-analysis.
Let us take the previous example of the Barthel Index (Mahoney and Barthel 1965).
The primary outcome measures were improvement in neurological deficit measured with European Stroke Scale (ESS) and improvement in activities of daily living measured with Barthel index (BI) after 28 days of treatment.
The main competitor to the FIM[R] has been the Barthel Index.
Health outcomes and improvements in functional and dependency status were determined using the Barthel Index Score (BIS).
Patients and methods: Between March and May of 2006, data were collected on 35 over 60 years old patients who live in the community of Buenaventura, with a score in the Barthel index <85 and their caregiver.
Dependency was measured with 1 of 2 previously validated instruments, the modified Rankin Scale and the Barthel Index.
Design: a retrospective case note analysis of patients treated between 1991 and 1995 and telephone survey of modified Barthel index in October 1996.
To compare the relative value of items developed through this process with another widely used weighted scale, the Barthel Index (Mahoney and Barthel, 1965), we used seven of the items from the Barthel Index that approximated those used in the current scale.