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This edition discusses the many recent advances in the treatment of the brain-injured adult. It focuses on practical treatment approaches which recognize that many brain-injured adults remain seriously disabled for life. It gives full consideration to pharmacological approaches, in their own right and as part of an integrated behavioural approach to rehabilitation. It suggests new models of care for the brain-injured adult living in the community.
Nelson Thornes Ltd
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