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Response to the Letter to the editor, JSCVD-D-22-01922

      Tokyo Bay Rehabilitation Hospital started a multi-disciplinary nutrition support team (NST) when it was established in 2007. The rehabilitation programs managed by physiatrists aim to achieve the highest activities of daily living (ADLs) for patients with subacute stroke, regardless of the length of stay (LOS).
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      1. Kakehi S, Takemura R, Wakabayashi H. Comment on relationship between initial nutritional status and functional independence measures at discharge in subacute stroke. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis. JSCVD-D-22-01922

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