7 edition of Surgical management of spinal cord injury found in the catalog.
Surgical management of spinal cord injury
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Arun Paul Amar.|
|Contributions||Amar, Arun Paul.|
|LC Classifications||RD594.3 .S97 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||2006034606|
Contents Contributors 1 Pathogenesis of acute spinal cord injury and theoretical bases of neurological recovery Arun Paul Amar 2 Pharmacotherapy for spinal cord injury Steven Casha, Joseph Silvaggio and R. John Hurlbert 3 Prehospital and emergency department management of spinal cord injury Stuart P. Swadron, Danny L. Chang and Brian Wilbur 4 Radiographic workup of spinal cord injury . raumatic spinal cord injuries (TSCI) are life changing events. With expert, early, simultane-ous Active Physiological Conservative Management (APCM) of the injured spinal cord and its effects, the impact on the patient and family members can be minimised in both the short and long t surgical, pharmacological, or bio-.
Spine surgery plays an essential role in the traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) treatment plan. Undergoing surgery shortly after the injury may have meaningful benefit for people with SCI, as studies link early surgical intervention to better long-term outcomes. METHODS: Surgical techniques applied in spinal cord injured patients for neurogenic bladder dysfunction have been reviewed and the published material evaluated. RESULTS: There are several techniques that can be used to treat neurogenic dysfunctions and symptoms in refractory cases where conservative treatment failed. The number of publications is small as are the number of patients with spinal cord injury Cited by: 2.
Publisher Synopsis From the forewords: "Arun Amar has performed a real service to the practitioners involved in the surgical management of spinal injuries by putting together this excellent group of papers, and I am optimistic that the knowledge transfer will result in improved patient outcomes.". ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: Surgical Management of Spinal Cord Injury: Controversies and Consensus; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Foreword; Foreword; 1 Pathogenesis of acute spinal cord injury and theoretical bases of neurological recovery; 2 Pharmacotherapy for spinal cord injury; 3 Prehospital .
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Surgical Management of Spinal Cord Injury is an essential new book for all members of the patient care team involved in spinal cord injury. In vitro studies, animal models, and clinical outcome analyses have all failed to yield incontrovertible guidelines that define the role of surgery in : $ Surgical Management of Spinal Cord Injury is an essential new book for all members of the patient care team involved in spinal cord injury.
Reviews From the forewords. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Surgical Management of Spinal Cord Injury by CTI Reviews, Arun Amar | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Surgical Management of Spinal Deformities. Book • CHAPTER 19 - Spinal Cord Injury.
DARRYL ANTONACCI and RICHARD FRISCH. Pages SECTION III: Adult Deformity. Select CHAPTER 26 - Anesthesia for Spine Surgery and Management of Blood Loss. Book.
Purchase Surgical Management of Spinal Deformities - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNSpecific topics include: the timing of decompressive surgery the adjunctive use of solumedrol management of penetrating injuries radiographic evaluation spinal stabilization Surgical management of spinal cord injury book SCI Surgical Management of Spinal Cord Injury is an essential new book for all members of the patient care team involved in spinal cord injury.
A Doody's Core Title The thoroughly revised Second Edition of this authoritative reference continues to define the standard of care for the field of spinal cord medicine. Encompassing all of the diseases and disorders that may a!ect the proper functioning of the spinal cord or spinal nerves, this comprehensive volume provides a state of the art review of the principles of care and best 5/5(1).
This book is for students and junior physiotherapists with little or no experience in the area of spinal cord injury but with a general understanding of the principles of physiotherapy.
It is also a useful tool for experienced clinicians, including those keen to explore the evidence base that supports different physiotherapy interventions.
Surgical management of spinal cord injury [electronic resource]: controversies and consensus / edited by Arun Paul Amar. Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Other authors: Amar, Arun Paul.
Format: eBook Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central. Acute spinal cord injury is a life-altering event. Spinal cord injury management should be multidisciplinary. Early management should incorporate a full Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) assessment with the intent to avoid hypotension, bradycardia, and hypoxia.
Timely neurosurgical consultation is essential to treat remediable injury and File Size: KB. (Printed with Permission from Ducharme SH, Gill KM: Sexuality After Spinal Cord Injury: Answers to Your Questions, Baltimore, MD,Paul H Brookes Publishing Company.) The Spinal Cord After Injury A spinal cord injury can occur either from trauma or from a disease.
In most spinal cord injuries, the vertebrae pinch the spinal Size: 1MB. Vaccaro is the President of Rothman Institute, Chairman of the department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Co-Director of the Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center of the Delaware Valley and Co-Director of Spine Surgery and the Spine Fellowship program at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital where he instructs current fellows and residents in the diagnosis.
11 Management of penetrating spinal cord injury, K. Anthony Kim, Arun Paul Amar and Michael L. Levy 12 Traumatic vascular injury to the cervical spine, Michael L.
DiLuna and Arun Paul Amar 13 Intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring during spinal surgery, Indro Chakrabarti, Jerry Larson, Gordon L. Engler and Steven L.
Giannotta. Specific topics include: the timing of decompressive surgery the adjunctive use of solumedrol management of penetrating injuries radiographic evaluation spinal stabilization pediatric SCI"Surgical Management of Spinal Cord Injury" is an essential new book for all members of the patient care team involved in spinal cord injury.
Surgery to treat spinal cord injury (SCI) may be performed immediately after the injury. The type of surgical procedure and when it should be performed is the surgeon's decision.
That decision is based on what is best, in the surgeon's opinion, for the patient. Basically, spine surgery to treat SCI involves: Decompressing the spine (ie, spinal cord). He wrote a book with his former pupil, Paul Stolper (–), on injuries of the spine and spinal cord. 10 This dealt with every aspect of the subject.
He started with anatomy of the spinal column, pathology of injury, the mechanism of injury, the symptomatology, and practical treatment including the indications for by: spinal cord; book reviews; Surgical Management of Pain.
While this book should certainly be in the library of any Department where surgery on Author: D Bowsher. The two resources will complement each other in providing knowledge on comprehensive management of spinal cord injury.
The textbook will comprise of 80 Chapters in 10 different sections. 66 experts of ISCoS and affiliated societies from across the globe have been involved in authoring the chapters.
Search and download Management of Spinal Cord Injury (Jones & Bartlett Series in Nursing) for free Categories: Spinal cord->Wounds and injuries, Spine->Surgery. Contributors: Arun Paul Amar - Editor. Format: Hardcover Free Surgical Management of Spinal Cord Injury: Controversies and Consensus.
Spinal cord injury brings sudden and profound life changes, and the rehab environment provides both support and information to empower the person to meet these new challenges. Each patient participates in an intense daily rehab program to regain independence.
Current use and timing of spinal surgery for management of acute spinal cord injury in North America: results of a retrospective multicenter study. J Neurosurg ; – 4. Surgical Management of Spinal Cord Injury: Controversies and Consensus reviews the controversies pertaining to the emergency, diagnostic, medical, and surgical management of spinal cord injury (SCI).
In vitro studies, animal models, and clinical outcome analyses have all failed to yield incontrovertible guidelines that define the role of surgery in SCI.
As a result, there is no consensus. Acute and Long-Term Surgical Management of the Spinal Cord Injury Patient. Authors; Authors and affiliations Coimbra R. Abdominal damage control surgery and reconstruction: world society of emergency surgery position paper. () Acute and Long-Term Surgical Management of the Spinal Cord Injury Patient.
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