Comparison of Thoracolumbar Motion Produced by Manual and Jackson-Table-Turning Methods
- Quality of life instruments and definitions in individuals with spinal cord injury: a systematic review. Hill, M R; Noonan, V K; Sakakibara, B M; Miller, W C // Spinal Cord;Jun2010, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p438
Study design:A systematic review.Objective:To critically review quality of life (QOL) instruments used with spinal cord injury (SCI) populations.Setting:Vancouver, Canada.Methods:A systematic literature review was conducted for publications assessing the measurement properties of QOL outcome...
- Considering Power. Gilinsky, Gail; Hosack, Kenneth R. // Rehab Management: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Rehabilitatio;Nov2008, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p14
The article discusses the need for rehabilitation specialists to carefully evaluate power wheelchairs of inpatients with spinal cord injuries since faster rehabilitation depends on a number of complex and interrelated factors. The factors that contribute to power mobility include patient's home...
- Managing pressure ulcers in patients with a spinal cord injury: a case study. Warren, Diana V. // British Journal of Nursing;3/25/2010, Vol. 19 Issue 6, pS9
Grade 4 pressure ulceration is a common and often unavoidable secondary complication for patients who have sustained a traumatic spinal cord injury. Pressure ulcer management involves treating infection, providing a moist wound-healing environment and choosing the appropriate dressing. However,...
- Vesicoscopic Bladder Neck Procedure in Children: What We Have Learned from the First Series. Chrzan, Rafal; Dik, Pieter; Klijn, Aart J.; Kuijper, Caroline F.; van den Heijkant, Marleen M.C.; de Jong, Tom P.V.M. // Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques;Sep2013, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p803
Objective: To assess the results of endoscopic bladder neck procedure on the anterior bladder wall in children. Materials and Methods: Surgery is done in the lithotomy position using three 5-mm ports. The bladder is insufflated with CO2. A U-shaped incision is made around the bladder neck. A...
- Employment after spinal cord injury: Transition and life adjustment. Krause, J. Stuart // Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin;Jun96, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p244
Tests two competing hypotheses regarding employment, adjustment and spinal cord injury. Whether people who are better adjusted are more likely to obtain employment; Whether the experience of becoming employed enhance post-SCI adjustment.
- Abstracts of recent literature. Edelstein, Joan E. // Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development;Summer92, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p67
Presents an abstract of the study `Employment After Spinal Cord Injury,' by J.S. Krause and reprinted from the 1992 issue of the `Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.'
- Abstracts of recent literature. Edelstein, Joan // Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development;Fall92, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p135
Presents an abstract of the study `Vocational Decision Making by Sixty Spinal Cord Injury Patients,' by R. Crisp and reprinted from the 1992 issue of the `Paraplegia.'
- Anaerobic power output and propulsion technique in spinal cord injured subjects during... Dallmeijer, Annet J.; Kappe, Yvonne J. // Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development;1994, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p120
Investigates the influence of the level of spinal cord injury on anaerobic power production and propulsion technique in spinal-cord-injured and wheelchair-bound patients. Subjects and procedures; Results; Relevance.
- Life stories of people with long-term spinal cord injury. Crewe, Nancy M. // Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin;Sep97, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p26
Presents the results of life story interviews of individuals with long-term spinal cord injury. Stories of comedy, romance, tragedy and irony; Psychometric tests include the Current Problem Ratings and Index of Psychological Well-Being.