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ALLMedicine™ Spinal Cord Injuries Center

Research & Reviews  746 results

Comparative analysis of the efficacy of early and late surgical intervention for acute ...
International Journal of Surgery (London, England); Qiu Y, Chen Y et. al.

Sep 13th, 2021 - Spinal cord injuries (SCI) are a devastating condition and can lead to severe functional and psychosocial problems. However, the influence of the timing of the surgical intervention for acute SCI remains debated, with substantial variability in cl...

Clinical trials and tribulations: lessons from spinal cord injury studies registered on...
Spinal Cord; Warner FM, Bailey NG et. al.

Sep 5th, 2021 - Article. ClinicalTrials.gov is an online trial registry that provides public access to information on past, present, and future clinical trials. While increasing transparency in research, the quality of the information provided in trial registrati...

Scalable culture techniques to generate large numbers of purified human Schwann cells f...
Journal of Neurosurgery. Spine; Khan A, Diaz A et. al.

Sep 4th, 2021 - Schwann cells (SCs) have been shown to play an essential role in axon regeneration in both peripheral nerve injuries (PNIs) and spinal cord injuries (SCIs). The transplantation of SCs as an adjunctive therapy is currently under investigation in hu...

Efficacy of wrist robot-aided orthopedic rehabilitation: a randomized controlled trial.
Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation; Albanese GA, Taglione E et. al.

Sep 2nd, 2021 - In recent years, many studies focused on the use of robotic devices for both the assessment and the neuro-motor reeducation of upper limb in subjects after stroke, spinal cord injuries or affected by neurological disorders. Contrarily, it is still...

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Guidelines  2 results

Guidelines for the management of acute cervical spine and spinal cord injuries: 2013 up...
Neurosurgery Walters BC, Hadley MN et. al.

Jul 17th, 2013 - Guidelines for the management of acute cervical spine and spinal cord injuries: 2013 update.|2013|Walters BC,Hadley MN,Hurlbert RJ,Aarabi B,Dhall SS,|injuries,therapy,

Athletic participation by children and adolescents who have systemic hypertension.
Pediatrics McCambridge TM, Benjamin HJ et. al.

Jun 2nd, 2010 - Children and adolescents who have hypertension may be at risk for complications when exercise causes their blood pressure to rise even higher. The purpose of this statement is to update recommendations concerning the athletic participation of indi...

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Drugs  106 results see all →

Clinicaltrials.gov  5 results

Hemodynamic Effects of Aquatic vs. Land Exercise in Patients With Orthostatic Hypotension

May 20th, 2021 - Orthostatic hypotension is a highly prevalent deficit in the aging population especially when coupled with stroke, frailty, diabetes, Parkinson's disease or spinal cord injuries. This population has difficulty with the autonomic regulation of bloo...

The Canadian Multicentre CSF Monitoring and Biomarker Study

Nov 4th, 2020 - This research project consists of two complementary yet distinct initiatives: First, we will prospectively evaluate spinal cord perfusion pressure(SCPP)in patients with acute spinal cord injuries, to provide scientifically-based guidelines on the ...

Comparison of Pilates &Home Exercise Programs on Muscle Strength in Paraplegic Patients

Apr 24th, 2020 - Spinal cord injuries (SCI) are injuries that occur as a result of compression, incision or contusion of the spinal cord, which extends from foramen magnum to cauda equina.These patients experience various complications and organ system damage in t...

Correlation Between Wound Volume and Depth of Decubitus Ulcers And Resting Energy Expenditure

Oct 13th, 2016 - Adequate nutrition is an important aspect of wound healing because it provides an anabolic environment necessary for tissue repair. Without proper nutrition support, healing can be prolonged and even inhibited. Provision of adequate energy is esse...

2009 H1N1 Pandemic and Seasonal Influenza in SCI/D: Infection Control Strategies

Jun 26th, 2015 - In the United States, H1N1 influenza has been widespread, resulting in many infections, hospitalizations, and deaths. Due to impaired respiratory function following injury, persons with spinal cord injuries and disorders (SCI/D) are at extremely h...

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News  37 results

Emergency Surgery Complications, but Not Mortality, Linked With Surgeons' Experience

Mar 19th, 2021 - NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Emergency surgery patients cared for by early-career "acute-care" surgeons have similar mortality rates as patients with more senior surgeons but are more likely to need to go back to the operating room, a new study sug...

Exoskeleton Could Support Enhanced Physical Therapy in MS

Jan 29th, 2020 - A novel pilot study is the first in what researchers hope will be a series of steps to demonstrate that an exoskeleton can safely and effectively enhance rehabilitation of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). Prior research demonstrated physical...

The Week That Wasn't: Healing Honey, Restored Limb Function, Anti-Cancer Anthrax

Dec 6th, 2019 - This week the internet was abuzz with tales of honey's healing power, a new solution for spinal cord injuries, and using anthrax against cancer. Here's why you didn't see those headlines on Medscape. Honey's Healing Power? It's feasible to use Man...

Sensory feedback may smooth walking with a prosthetic leg
Jake Remaly

Sep 9th, 2019 - A prosthetic leg that elicits the sensation of knee motion and the feeling of the sole of the foot touching the ground may improve walking performance and reduce phantom limb pain, according to a proof-of-concept study with two patients. Huntstock.

Trending Clinical Topic: UTI

Aug 9th, 2019 - Each week, we identify one top search term, speculate as to what caused its popularity, and provide an infographic on a related condition. If you have thoughts about what's trending and why, feel free to share them with us on Twitter or Facebook! ...

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