An Outcome Measure which Quantifies Hand Impairment
The GRASSP is a clinical impairment measure for the upper limb for use after tetraplegia. The measure includes three domains which are important in describing hand function.
Highly Responsive (Sensitive) to Change Over Time
Assess the Extent of Spontaneous (Natural) Recovery
Use in clinical trials to evaluate the effect of novel interventions
Graph a GRASSP Score
Measure the various aspects of complex sensori-motor upper limb function
Join the GRASSP Research and Development Group as they launch the GRASSP Version 2 at the 56th International Spinal Cord Society Meeting in Dublin, Ireland, October 24 to 26, 2017.
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