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Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale (AIMS)

This video explains the abnormal involunary movement scale (AIMS) used to meaure facial and dyskinetic disorders in long term care environments. The AIMS scale is a 12 item instrument that provides a numeric measure to the observed abnormal movements in various parts of the body. This program is also available in a compact diskette for Windows format, call number, FA5.A11, 2003,

Series Title: 
Interventions in Long Term Care
Author(s): 
AstaZeneca
Format: 
Videocassette
Publisher: 
AstaZeneca
Physical Description: 
27 minutes
Publication Year: 
2003
Edition: 
Call Number: 
FA5.A10 & FA5.A11

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