First, it appears that, although revascularization post mechanical thrombectomy has high success rates, patient clinical and neurological outcomes as evidenced by low modified Rankin Scale scores are not as favorable when compared with intravenous or intra-arterial thombolysis.
What does mRS stand for?
mRS stands for Modified Rankin Scale
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5 years; an increased rate of disability, as measured by the modified Rankin scale and the Barthel index at 3 months after entry; and increased dementia, as measured by the Mini Mental State Exam, at both 1 month and later following enrollment.
5) In another study of patients discharged from a remote rural hospital, 60% had a Modified Rankin Scale (MRS) score of 0-3 at 3 months and participation in work, social activities, housework and sport was reduced.
Hyperglycemia did not predict worse functional outcome as defined by the Modified Rankin Scale or 90-day mortality among diabetic stroke patients presenting to an academic medical center emergency department, said Dr.
Blinded evaluators used the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale, modified Rankin Scale, and Barthel Index to measure outcomes at baseline, days 7, 20, and 90.
Each patient's previous health was assessed with use of the pre-stroke modified Rankin Scale, a simplified overall assessment of function in which a score of 0 indicates the absence of symptoms and a score of 5 indicates severe disability (23).
emergency department physicians and pharmacy and therapeutic committee members agree that reduction in patient disability (as measured by the modified Rankin Scale at 90 days following an ischemic stroke) is one of the attributes that most influences their decisions regarding prescribing and formulary inclusion, respectively, in acute ischemic stroke.
The Modified Rankin Scale is one of the most commonly used tools to assess functional neurological outcome in adults (Wilson et al.