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Table 2 Rehabilitation care provided in the 12 months after discharge

From: Use of rehabilitation pathways in women with breast cancer in the first 12 months of the disease: a retrospective study

Rehabilitation care Patients, n (%) BI score at the beginning of rehabilitation; median (IQR) Time between diagnosis and start of rehabilitation (% of patients) Length of rehabilitation; median (IQR)
Inpatients rehabilitation:
 Ordinary hospitalization Standard 70 (1.3)   Within 30 days: 78% 41 days (22–58)
 Day hospital:   52 (31–77) Within 30 days: 50%
• Locomotion deficit 31 (44.1)   
• Urinary deficit 31 (44.1)
• Manipulation deficit 26 (36.9)
Intensive outpatient rehabilitation: 54 (1.0) 90 (72–96) Within 12 months 53 (49–79)
• Neuro-motor rehabilitation 45 (82.6)
• Cardiologic rehabilitation 9 (15.9)
• Psychologic rehabilitation 6 (8.7)
Outpatients rehabilitation*:
 Disease: 3604 (81) NA Within 6 months: 47.9% 39 days
• Cure 3199 (71.9) Within 6 months: 42.5% 18 days
• After-care 654 (14.7)   
• Follow-up 591 (13.3)
Rehabilitation: 22 (0.5)
• Improvement of motor functioning/behaviors 18 (81.5)
• Counseling, support or cognitive behavioral therapy 2 (5.6)
• Pain reduction and prevention 1 (5.0)
  1. BI: Barthel index; IQR: Interquartile range; NA: Not available
  2. *Disease: interventions focused on disease-related needs; Rehabilitation: disability-related interventions