ATACH-II : Physician Assessment

Watching: Introduction to Certification

Select The Appropriate mRS Score

Based on the video, and the responses to the questions, select the appropriate MRS score for this patient.

Following this introduction video, you will watch 6 videos of stroke survivors. After watching each video, click through the simulated questions and responses, and assign the patient an appropriate Modified Rankin Score.

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Video 1
  1. No, he has returned to the condition he was in prior to the stroke.
  2. Yes, he can feed and dress himself and he can use the toilet and shower on his own.
  3. Yes, he can prepare meals, manage finances, shop, and keep the house clean on his own.
  4. Yes, he is able to golf and bowl and participate in his normal activities without restriction.
  5. Yes, he is completely independent.
  6. No, he is completely mobile.
Video 2
  1. Yes, he has some numbness and weakness on his left side.
  2. Yes, he can feed and dress himself and he can use the toilet and shower on his own.
  3. Yes, he can prepare meals, manage finances, shop, and keep the house clean on his own.
  4. Yes, he is able to golf and bowl and participate in his normal activities without restriction.
  5. Yes, he is completely independent.
  6. No, he is completely mobile.
Video 3
  1. Yes, he has some numbness and weakness on his left side and has low energy.
  2. Yes, he can feed and dress himself and he can use the toilet and shower on his own.
  3. Yes, he can prepare meals, manage finances, shop, and keep the house clean on his own.
  4. No, his left side weakness prevents him from golfing and bowling.
  5. Yes, he can be left unattended for more than a week at a time.
  6. No, he can ambulate on his own. He does have a limp however.
Video 4
  1. Yes, he has some numbness and weakness on his left side and has low energy.
  2. Yes, he can feed and dress himself and he can use the toilet and shower on his own.
  3. No, he needs assistance keeping the house clean, preparing meals, and grocery shopping.
  4. No, his social and leisure activities are severely limited.
  5. Yes, he can be left unattended several days in a row.
  6. No, he can ambulate without the assistance of another person but only when using a walker.
Video 5
  1. Yes, he has numbness and weakness on his left side and low energy.
  2. No, he needs assistance with functional transfers, feeding, dressing, and using the toilet
  3. No, he needs assistance keeping the house clean, preparing meals, and grocery shopping.
  4. No, his social and leisure activities are severely limited.
  5. Yes, he can be left unattended for a few hours a day.
  6. Yes, he needs the support of another person to ambulate. He often uses a wheelchair with the help of a caregiver.
Video 6
  1. Yes, he has numbness, weakness, and facial paralysis on his left side and has very low energy.
  2. No, he needs assistance with functional transfers, feeding, dressing, and using the toilet
  3. No, he needs assistance keeping the house clean, preparing meals, and grocery shopping.
  4. No, his social and leisure activities are severely limited.
  5. No , needs constant care
  6. He is not able to ambulate. He is bedridden
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