Predictors of Poststroke Aphasia Recovery. A Systematic Review-Informed Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis

Ali M, VandenBerg K, Williams LJ, Williams LR, Abo M, Becker F, Bowen A, Brandenburg C, Breitenstein C, Bruehl S, Copland DA, et al. (2021)
Stroke 52(5): 1778-1787.

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Ali, Myzoon; VandenBerg, Kathryn; Williams, Linda J.; Williams, Louise R.; Abo, Masahiro; Becker, Frank; Bowen, Audrey; Brandenburg, Caitlin; Breitenstein, Caterina; Bruehl, Stefanie; Copland, David A.; Cranfill, Tamara B.
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Background and Purpose: The factors associated with recovery of language domains after stroke remain uncertain. We described recovery of overall-language-ability, auditory comprehension, naming, and functional-communication across participants' age, sex, and aphasia chronicity in a large, multilingual, international aphasia dataset. Methods: Individual participant data meta-analysis of systematically sourced aphasia datasets described overall-language ability using the Western Aphasia Battery Aphasia-Quotient; auditory comprehension by Aachen Aphasia Test (AAT) Token Test; naming by Boston Naming Test and functional-communication by AAT Spontaneous-Speech Communication subscale. Multivariable analyses regressed absolute score-changes from baseline across language domains onto covariates identified a priori in randomized controlled trials and all study types. Change-from-baseline scores were presented as estimates of means and 95% CIs. Heterogeneity was described using relative variance. Risk of bias was considered at dataset and meta-analysis level. Results: Assessments at baseline (median=43.6 weeks poststroke; interquartile range [4-165.1]) and first-follow-up (median=10 weeks from baseline; interquartile range [3-26]) were available for n=943 on overall-language ability, n=1056 on auditory comprehension, n=791 on naming and n=974 on functional-communication. Younger age (<55 years, +15.4 Western Aphasia Battery Aphasia-Quotient points [CI, 10.0-20.9], +6.1 correct on AAT Token Test [CI, 3.2-8.9]; +9.3 Boston Naming Test points [CI, 4.7-13.9]; +0.8 AAT Spontaneous-Speech Communication subscale points [CI, 0.5-1.0]) and enrollment <1 month post-onset (+19.1 Western Aphasia Battery Aphasia-Quotient points [CI, 13.9-24.4]; +5.3 correct on AAT Token Test [CI, 1.7-8.8]; +11.1 Boston Naming Test points [CI, 5.7-16.5]; and +1.1 AAT Spontaneous-Speech Communication subscale point [CI, 0.7-1.4]) conferred the greatest absolute change-from-baseline across each language domain. Improvements in language scores from baseline diminished with increasing age and aphasia chronicity. Data exhibited no significant statistical heterogeneity. Risk-of-bias was low to moderate-low. Conclusions: Earlier intervention for poststroke aphasia was crucial to maximize language recovery across a range of language domains, although recovery continued to be observed to a lesser extent beyond 6 months poststroke.
Stichworte
aphasia; comprehension; demography; language; survivor
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
Stroke
Band
52
Ausgabe
5
Seite(n)
1778-1787
ISSN
0039-2499
eISSN
1524-4628
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2955365

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Ali M, VandenBerg K, Williams LJ, et al. Predictors of Poststroke Aphasia Recovery. A Systematic Review-Informed Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis. Stroke. 2021;52(5):1778-1787.
Ali, M., VandenBerg, K., Williams, L. J., Williams, L. R., Abo, M., Becker, F., Bowen, A., et al. (2021). Predictors of Poststroke Aphasia Recovery. A Systematic Review-Informed Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis. Stroke, 52(5), 1778-1787. https://doi.org/10.1161/STROKEAHA.120.031162
Ali, M., VandenBerg, K., Williams, L. J., Williams, L. R., Abo, M., Becker, F., Bowen, A., Brandenburg, C., Breitenstein, C., Bruehl, S., et al. (2021). Predictors of Poststroke Aphasia Recovery. A Systematic Review-Informed Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis. Stroke 52, 1778-1787.
Ali, M., et al., 2021. Predictors of Poststroke Aphasia Recovery. A Systematic Review-Informed Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis. Stroke, 52(5), p 1778-1787.
M. Ali, et al., “Predictors of Poststroke Aphasia Recovery. A Systematic Review-Informed Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis”, Stroke, vol. 52, 2021, pp. 1778-1787.
Ali, M., VandenBerg, K., Williams, L.J., Williams, L.R., Abo, M., Becker, F., Bowen, A., Brandenburg, C., Breitenstein, C., Bruehl, S., Copland, D.A., Cranfill, T.B., Di Pietro-Bachmann, M., Enderby, P., Fillingham, J., Galli, F.L., Gandolfi, M., Glize, B., Godecke, E., Hawkins, N., Hilari, K., Hinckley, J., Horton, S., Howard, D., Jaecks, P., Jefferies, E., Jesus, L.M.T., Kambanaros, M., Kang, E.K., Khedr, E.M., Kong, A.P.-H., Kukkonen, T., Laganaro, M., Ralph, M.A.L., Laska, A.C., Leemann, B., Leff, A.P., Lima, R.R., Lorenz, A., Mac Whinney, B., Marshall, R.S., Meinzer, M., Nilipour, R., Noe, E., Paik, N.-J., Palmer, R., Papathanasiou, I., Patricio, B.F., Martins, I.P., Price, C., Jakovac, T.P., Rochon, E., Rose, M.L., Rosso, C., Rubi-Fessen, I., Ruiter, M.B., Snell, C., Stahl, B., Szaflarski, J.P., Thomas, S.A., Van De Sandt-Koenderman, M., van der Meulen, I., Visch-Brink, E., Worrall, L., Wright, H.H., Brady, M.C.: Predictors of Poststroke Aphasia Recovery. A Systematic Review-Informed Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis. Stroke. 52, 1778-1787 (2021).
Ali, Myzoon, VandenBerg, Kathryn, Williams, Linda J., Williams, Louise R., Abo, Masahiro, Becker, Frank, Bowen, Audrey, Brandenburg, Caitlin, Breitenstein, Caterina, Bruehl, Stefanie, Copland, David A., Cranfill, Tamara B., Di Pietro-Bachmann, Marie, Enderby, Pamela, Fillingham, Joanne, Galli, Federica Lucia, Gandolfi, Marialuisa, Glize, Bertrand, Godecke, Erin, Hawkins, Neil, Hilari, Katerina, Hinckley, Jacqueline, Horton, Simon, Howard, David, Jaecks, Petra, Jefferies, Elizabeth, Jesus, Luis M. T., Kambanaros, Maria, Kang, Eun Kyoung, Khedr, Eman M., Kong, Anthony Pak-Hin, Kukkonen, Tarja, Laganaro, Marina, Ralph, Matthew A. Lambon, Laska, Ann Charlotte, Leemann, Beatrice, Leff, Alexander P., Lima, Roxele R., Lorenz, Antje, Mac Whinney, Brian, Marshall, Rebecca Shisler, Meinzer, Marcus, Nilipour, Reza, Noe, Enrique, Paik, Nam-Jong, Palmer, Rebecca, Papathanasiou, Ilias, Patricio, Brigida F., Martins, Isabel Pavao, Price, Cathy, Jakovac, Tatjana Prizl, Rochon, Elizabeth, Rose, Miranda L., Rosso, Charlotte, Rubi-Fessen, Ilona, Ruiter, Marina B., Snell, Claerwen, Stahl, Benjamin, Szaflarski, Jerzy P., Thomas, Shirley A., Van De Sandt-Koenderman, Mieke, van der Meulen, Ineke, Visch-Brink, Evy, Worrall, Linda, Wright, Heather Harris, and Brady, Marian C. “Predictors of Poststroke Aphasia Recovery. A Systematic Review-Informed Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis”. Stroke 52.5 (2021): 1778-1787.

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