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Published in Neurology

Journal Scan / Research · May 03, 2021

Increased Heart Rate Is a Signal of Acute Distress in Noncommunicating People With Intellectual Disability

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Scientific reports
Increased Heart Rate Functions as a Signal of Acute Distress in Non-Communicating Persons With Intellectual Disability
Sci Rep 2021 Mar 19;[EPub Ahead of Print], E Kildal, K Stadskleiv, ES Boysen, T Øderud, IL Dahl, TM Seeberg, S Guldal, F Strisland, C Morland, B Hassel

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