For many aneurysm patients, memory problems persist despite a recovery in physical function. This can be disabling and interfere with daily life. Currently, there are no proven, effective or accessible treatment options available. The Memory training in Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Patients (MASH) study aims to scientifically test whether periodic online cognitive exercises (administered through Lumosity) improves memory function in patients within 2 years of surviving a ruptured brain aneurysm using three validated cognitive assessment tools, the CLCE-24, the working memory and the ADL questionnaire at 10 weeks.
This study is free for patients, safe, and is conducted completely online. For more information and for registration, please click here.
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