Table 15Studies of how benefits and harms may vary by patient or system characteristics

StudyPopulationNInterventionCountryCenters
Allen et al., 200941AIS only296Discharge care managementUSSingle
Andersen et al., 200043Mixed stroke155Organized aftercareDenmarkMulti (3)
Askim et al., 200617Mixed stroke62Early supported dischargeNorwaySingle
Barlow et al., 200979MI only192Expert Patient ProgrammeUKSingle
Ertel et al., 200749Mixed stroke291Home care cognitive behavioral therapyUSMulti (4)
Fjaertoft et al., 200521AIS only320Extended stroke unit servicesNorwaySingle
Gallagher et al., 200368Mixed MI196Education and followupAustraliaSingle
Geddes et al., 200151Mixed stroke1076Coordinated careUKMulti (6)
Indredavik et al., 200022AIS only320Extended stroke unit servicesNorwaySingle
Lusczynska et al., 200674MI only114Followup with implementation intervention programPolandSingle
Mant et al., 200037Mixed stroke323Family supportUKNot clear
Teng et al., 200329Mixed stroke114Early supported dischargeCanadaSingle
Torp et al., 200633Mixed stroke198Early supported dischargeDenmarkSingle
von Koch et al., 200127Mixed stroke83Early supported dischargeSwedenSingle

Abbreviations: AIS = acute ischemic stroke, MI = myocardial infarction; UK = United Kingdom; US = United States

From: Results

Cover of Transition of Care for Acute Stroke and Myocardial Infarction Patients
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