ISWP

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ISWPInstitute for the Study of World Politics
ISWPInland Surface Waters Plan (California State Water Resources Control Board)
ISWPIllinois State Writing Project
ISWPIndian Steel and Wire Products Limited (est. 1920)
ISWPIntercollegiate Stroke Working Party (UK)
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(1.) Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party. National Clinical Guidelines for Stroke.
De acordo com Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party (2008), as corrente diretrizes clinicas sugerem que a tarefa funcional especifica e um componente-chave da reabilitacao apos o AVC, a marcha de retreinamento para melhorar a independencia em pe e uma atividade tao funcional e uma meta de principio para muitos pacientes.
A insercao de individuos que sofreram AVC em praticas regulares de exercicio fisico pode-se ocorrer ate cinco dias apos sofrer a patologia em alguns casos e conforme as sequelas, pelo fato de se iniciar a recuperacao da marcha atraves do treinamento de voltar a andar o qual vai estar um pouco comprometido devido as lesoes ocorridas pela patologia, conforme tambem pode ser inserido o treinamento precoce com esteiras em alguns casos, onde ira favorecer fisiologicamente esses individuos atraves dos inumeros beneficios proporcionados pelo exercicio, fazendo com que a recuperacao se torne mais rapida e mais eficaz (Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party, 2008).
Dr Tony Rudd, chairman of the intercollegiate stroke working party, said: "The most concerning aspect of the report is the previously unreported heavy use of intermediate care beds instead of keeping patients in specialist stroke units or discharging them home to be managed by specialist stroke teams in the community.
In a number of countries, including New Zealand, guidelines have been written by a variety of agencies with the aim of providing guidance to both professionals and managers around best practice (Intercollegiate Stroke Working Party, 2004; New Zealand Guidelines Group, 2003, 2006; Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network, 2002).
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