publication . Article . 2015

MANAGEMENT OF A GUILLAIN BARRE SYNDROME PATIENT THROUGH THREE TRACK REASONING: A CASE STUDY

Shamima Islam Nipa; Mohammad Mustafa Kamal Rahat Khan; Mohammad Sohrab Hossain; Mohammad Habibur Rahman; Md. Shofiqul Islam;
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  • Published: 17 Dec 2015 Journal: International Journal of Physiotherapy (issn: 2349-5987, eissn: 2348-8336, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: IJPHY
Abstract
Background: Clinical reasoning is a thinking and decision making process which occur in clinical practice. It helps the health care providers to solve the clinical problem by using their reasoning process in an effective and efficient manner. Three track reasoning in one of the clinical reasoning process which includes the procedural, interactive and conditional reasoning to diagnose as well as ensure proper rehabilitation service according to patient and patient’s family members’ needs. Methods: A single case based study through the three track reasoning process. The purpose of this study was to explore the management strategies of a Gullian Barrie Syndrome (GB...
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free text keywords: Clinical reasoning, Knowledge, Cognition, Meta-cognition, Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS), Three Track Reasoning., Medicine (General), R5-920, Cognitive psychology, Decision-making, Rehabilitation, medicine.medical_treatment, medicine, Metacognition, Commonsense reasoning, Health care, business.industry, business, Critical thinking, Psychology
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publication . Article . 2015

MANAGEMENT OF A GUILLAIN BARRE SYNDROME PATIENT THROUGH THREE TRACK REASONING: A CASE STUDY

Shamima Islam Nipa; Mohammad Mustafa Kamal Rahat Khan; Mohammad Sohrab Hossain; Mohammad Habibur Rahman; Md. Shofiqul Islam;