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Spine Injury Management

National Athletic Trainers" Association

Spine Injury Management

by National Athletic Trainers" Association

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  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Human Kinetics Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sports injuries & medicine,
  • Sports Medicine,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10600084M
    ISBN 10073604079X
    ISBN 109780736040792

    An incomplete spinal cord injury refers to partial damage to the spinal cord. The ability to move and the amount of feeling depends on the area of the spine injured and the severity of the injury. Outcomes are based on a patient’s health and medical history. Levels of Spinal Cord Injury. spine injury in sports is low compared with other injuries. However, cervical spine injuries necessitate delicate and precise management, often involving the combined efforts of a variety of health care providers. The outcome of a catastrophic cervical spine injury depends on the efficiency of this manage-.

      "This is a well-written, thoroughly referenced, and highly practical book for rehabilitation clinicians who work with patients with spinal cord injury. While there are other books that train rehabilitation therapists about spinal cord injury management, this book provides somewhat more of an evidence base to support the practices." - Doody/5(6). ASIA A: injury is complete spinal cord injury with no sensory or motor function preserved. ASIA B: a sensory incomplete injury with complete motor function loss. ASIA C: a motor incomplete injury, where there is some movement, but less than half the muscle groups are anti-gravity (can lift up against the force of gravity with a full range of.

    Spasticity management for spinal cord injury, Muscular dystrophy, Spinal cord injury, Gait unsteadiness, Spasticity, Pe diatric trauma, Spina bifida, Cerebral palsy, Acquired brain disorder, Traumatic brain injury. Show more areas of focus for Joline E. Brandenburg, M.D. Navigate the unique clinical issues involved in treating athletes who have spinal injuries. A team of peerless authorities in sports medicine share their unparalleled expertise in Spine Injuries in Athletes, published in partnership with the AAOS. This unique and practical clinical reference culls today\us best approaches for managing these injuries, optimizing function, and ensuring.


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Spine Injury Management by National Athletic Trainers" Association Download PDF EPUB FB2

The ISCoS Textbook on Comprehensive Management of Spinal Cord Injuries is a perfect example of great teamwork. Indeed, multidisciplinary teamwork is a key principle of spinal cord injury management and the well-coordinated efforts of all the team members facilitated the timely and successful fruition of.

"This is a well-written, thoroughly referenced, and highly practical book for rehabilitation clinicians who work with patients with spinal cord injury.

While there are other books that train rehabilitation therapists about spinal cord injury management, this book provides somewhat more of an evidence base to support the practices." - Doody/5(7).

Spinal Cord Injury Books. Below are you will find inspirational and resource books and other publications pertaining to spinal cord injuries.

Most of the books are affiliated with, and can be purchased at make great caregiver references or gifts for those with a spinal cord injury. The management of a spinal cord injury should be agreed between spinal surgery and spinal cord injury specialists for each person.

Do not use the following medications, aimed at providing neuroprotection and prevention of secondary deterioration, in the acute stage after acute traumatic spinal cord injury. This comprehensive, up-to-date guide to the rehabilitation care of persons with spinal cord injuries and disorders draws on the ever-expanding scientific and clinical evidence base to provide clinicians with all the knowledge needed in order to make optimal management.

The importance of early recognition and appropriate management of such injuries is underscored by their association with spinal cord injury. Other aspects of spine injury are reviewed separately: Imaging of suspected cervical spine injury (See "Imaging of adults with suspected cervical spine injury".).

Spinal Cord Injury: A Guide for Patients and Families (American Academy of Neurology Press Quality of Life Guides) Michael E. Selzer MD PhD out of 5 stars 2.

Spinal cord injury can cause a range of symptoms, including weakness, loss of muscle function, and loss of sensation. Learn more about spinal cord injury levels, treatments, rehabilitation, symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and how the injury will affect the rest of the body.

Pain Management Network – Australian website which gives you a better understanding of spinal cord injury pain and pain management Contact If you would like to speak to a member of our team about any issues related to pain management, please drop them an email or call them on Cervical Spine XRay Indications (inadequate in most cases where c-spine imaging is indicated) Non-severe mechanism of injury (see Cervical Spine CT for indications) and Adequate 3-view plain film C-Spine XRay s can be obtained and.

Spinal stabilization and management zProtect spine at all times during the management of patients with multiple injuries. zUp to 5% of spinal injuries have a second, possibly non adjacent, fracture elsewhere in the spine zIdeally, whole spine should be immobilized in neutral position on a firm surface.

Assessment and management of acute spinal cord injury: From point of injury to rehabilitation J Spinal Cord Med. Nov;40(6) doi: / Epub Jun 1.

Authors Laureen D Hachem 1. Purchase Management of Spinal Cord Injuries - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNMedical Management. There are many medical issues that must be assessed and treated during hospitalization for spinal cord injury, including respiratory care, bowel and bladder function, the prevention of pressure sores, nutritional needs and pain management.

The person may also have sustained other injuries at the time of the accident. 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.

Clinical evidence. This review was initially framed by area of the spine (cervical or thoracic and lumbosacral spine) and then type of spinal injury: 1) clinical decision tools for ruling out spinal cord injury (SCI) (with or without spinal column injury), and 2) clinical decision tools for ruling out isolated spinal column injury (with no associated cord injury).

SPINAL CORD INJURY: BASIC FAC TS 1 Spinal Cord Injury: Basic Facts Spinal cord injury occurs when there is any damage to the spinal cord that blocks communication between the brain and the body. After a spinal cord injury, a person’s sensory, motor and reflex messages are affected and may not be able to get past the damage in the spinal cord.

Every year there are aro new cases of spinal cord injuries in the United States of America, most commonly from vehicular accidents and falls[1]. The primary injury in these events is a compression, tear, or dissection of the spinal cord in the spinal column.

Often, there is a secondary injury to the peripheral nerves off of the dorsal and ventral roots, an inflammatory response, and. THE provision of acute medical care to patients with cervical spinal injuries (CSIs) is a complex, challenging, and rewarding task.

It is also an anxiety-provoking endeavor because care is provided in a milieu where there is constant concern about medical interventions resulting in the conversion of a spinal injury without neurologic sequelae to one in which the two are now concurrent.

Spinal injuries are common and are often associated with other injuries, therefore should always be suspected in the polytrauma victim. Spinal cord injury resulting from trauma can be compounded by errors in handling, therefore the safe handling of the potentially spinal cord injured patient is of paramount importance at all stages preceding and during hospital care.

Common Spinal Cord Injuries Bernhard M, Gries A, Kremer P, et al. Spinal cord injury (SCI)—prehospital management. Resuscitation. ;66(2)– 3. Turkstra. Imaging of the spine is an essential part of the initial management of acute SCI; plain X-rays or computed tomography form the basis of standard trauma protocols and can identify most fractures and ligamentous injuries.

28 These imaging modalities, however, cannot visualize the spinal cord or the surrounding soft tissues to the same degree as.Care and management of any trauma patient begins with the complete immobilization of the spine at the scene of the injury, during transportation, and until radiographic documentation of the absence of a spinal fracture (Box ).