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Table 2 Use of resources and cost for hospitalization after stroke and in the first year after discharge.

From: Process skill rather than motor skill seems to be a predictor of costs for rehabilitation after a stroke in working age; a longitudinal study with a 1 year follow up post discharge

    Number Cost in €
    Mean Median Min-Max Mean Median Min-Max
Direct cost Acute care in hospital days 29 25,5 7 – 70 11 401 10 085 2768 – 27 684
  Rehabilitation ward days 63 58 20 – 155 35 046 32 019 11035 – 85 567
  Day clinic rehabilitation days 28 24 0 – 87 13 802 11 471 0 – 41 581
  Visit to physician number 4 3 0 – 30 1 301 977 0 – 9 765
  Visit to physiotherapist number 38 28 0 – 169 3 113 2 253 0 – 13 844
  Visit to occupational therapist number 20 6 0 – 169 1 679 573 0 – 13 844
  Visit to nurse number 16 6 0 – 183 788 283 0 – 8 637
  Home assistance hour/week 0.64 0 0 – 8 1 017 0 0 – 11 645
  Personal assistant hour/week 4.77 0 0 – 120 5 243 0 0 – 98 679
  Assistive devices number 3.19 2 0 – 13 442 173 0 – 4 662
  Transportation service for disabled trips/week 3.65 2.5 0 – 36 3 413 2 344 0 – 27 227
  Housing adaptations     935 0 0 – 10 850  
  Medication     593 451 0 – 4 126  
Indirect cost Informal caregiver hour/week 15.12 2 0 – 63 2 677 1 312 0 – 10 663
  Production loss first year     29 452 33 592 0 – 33 592  
Summary Inpatient care days 92 89.50 36 – 189 46 446 44 921 17 687 – 986 148
  Direct cost first year after discharge     33 604 31 353 2 256 – 137 133  
  Total indirect cost first year after discharge     35 129 34 904 0 – 44 255  
Total Inpatient care, direct and indirect cost one year after discharge     115 179 111 178