Systemic hypothermia in acute cervical spinal cord injury a case-controlled study

Of patients following acute spinal cord injury, comparing 2 bp target ranges st joseph’s hosp (33°c) intravascular hypothermia via asius icy coolguard® catheter inserted into the femoral case controlled study of systemic hypothermia in acute cervical sci. Systemic hypothermia in acute cervical spinal cord injury: a case-controlled study published: december 18, 2012 | category: news systemic hypothermia remains a promising neuroprotective strategy there has been recent interest in its use in patients with spinal cord injury (sci) in this article, we describe our extended single center. The surgical timing in acute spinal cord injury study (stascis)fehlings m • the use of systemic hypothermia for the treatment of an acute cervical spinal cord injury in a professional football player cappuccino a spine, 2010.

A case eport iterature eview wwwamjorthopedicscom march/april 2017 ®the american journal of orthopedics e79 systemic hypothermia as treatment for an acute cervical spinal cord injury in a. The 2013 update on the “guidelines for the management of acute cervical spine and spinal cord injuries” is meant to help the practicing neurosurgeon in his or her efforts to provide up-to-date, evidence-based care to patients with acute scis. Possible benefit of moderate systemic hypothermia as treatment for acute cervical injury i n 2010, we reported the case of a professional american football player who sustained a complete cervical spinal cord injury (sci) while tackling an opposing player 1 he received prompt medical and surgical care based on then-current recommendations. Cappuccino a, bisson lj, carpenter b, et al: the use of systemic hypothermia for the treatment of an acute cervical spinal cord injury in a professional football player spine 2010, 35: e57-e62 101097/brs0b013e3181b9dc28.

The use of systemic hypothermia for the treatment of an acute cervical spinal cord injury in a professional football player systematic hypothermia in acute cervical spine cord injury: a case-controlled study. Hypothermia for spinal cord injury the current local hypothermia study the most obvious is the need for laminectomy before cooling can be started systemic hypothermia in acute cervical spinal cord in-jury: a case-controlled study spinal cord 51:395–400, 2013. Introduction: systemic hypothermia remains a promising neuroprotective strategy there has been recent interest in its use in patients with spinal cord injury (sci.

Conclusions: scientific studies have documented a potential benefit of systemic hypothermia in animal models of acute spinal cord injury however there remains a paucity of clinical evidence to recommend for or against the practice of either local or systemic hypothermia for acute sci in humans. For their study, “systemic hypothermia in acute cervical spinal cord injury: a case-controlled study,” 35 patients with cervical spinal cord injury – the most serious form of spinal cord injury – received systemic intravascular cooling to bring their body core temperature to 33 degrees celsius. The duration of hypothermic therapy was 48 hours, and 15 (43%) had improvement based on the international standards for neurological classification of spinal cord injury scale 28 x 28 dididze, m, green, ba, dalton dietrich, w et al systemic hypothermia in acute cervical spinal cord injury: a case-controlled study. Yu wr, westergren h, farooque m, holtz a, olsson y systemic hypothermia following spinal cord compression injury in the rat: an immunohistochemical study on map 2 with special reference to. A randomized, controlled trial of methylprednisolone or naloxone in the treatment of acute spinal cord injury: results of the second national acute spinal cord injury study n engl j med 1990322(20):1405-11.

Spinal cord injury research seeks new ways to cure or treat spinal cord injury in order to lessen the debilitating effects of the injury in the including systemic hypothermia, cases in order to draw attention to the need for further preclinical and clinical studies to help clarify the role of hypothermia in acute spinal cord injury. Also, this study was done prior to the modern imaging era, which means that we do not know the extent of injury to the spine and spinal cord, and the injury could range from a bad form of central cord damage (with better prognosis) to complete cord transection (with no chance of improvement. However, in view of recent advances in spinal cord injury research and demand from patients, clinicians, and the scientific community to push promising experimental treatments to the clinic, momentum and optimism exist for the translation of candidate experimental treatments to clinical spinal cord injury. Smaller phase i studies of hypothermia have suggested safety and trends toward potential efficacy in spinal cord injury 3,4 a randomized, controlled, multicenter study examining the effects of moderate intravascular hypothermia for the treatment of acute traumatic cervical spinal cord injury—known as the arctic trial (acute rapid cooling for. Background therapeutic hypothermia is a clinically useful neuroprotective therapy for cardiac arrest and neonatal hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy and may potentially be useful for the treatment of other neurological conditions including traumatic spinal cord injury (sci) the pre-clinical studies evaluating the effectiveness of hypothermia in acute sci broadly utilise either systemic.

Systemic hypothermia in acute cervical spinal cord injury: a case-controlled study spinal cord 201351(5):395-400 11 guest jd, rao a, olson l, bunge mb, bunge rp. Moderate hypothermia has gained attention as a potential therapy due to recent experimental and clinical studies and the use of modest systemic hypothermia (msh) in high profile case of spinal cord injury in a national football league (nfl) player. Introduction: systemic hypothermia remains a promising neuroprotective strategy there has been recent interest in its use in patients with spinal cord injury (sci) in this article, we describe.

  • Study designsystematic reviewobjectiveto determine the incidence, pathogenesis, and clinical outcomes related to neurogenic fevers following traumatic spinal cord injury (sci)methodsa systematic review of the literature was performed on thermodysregulation secondary to acute traumatic sci in adult patients.
  • Hypothermia in spinal cord injury guadalupe a in an animal study of spinal cord ischemia, hypothermia increased the duration of ischemia required to carpenter b et al the use of systemic hypothermia for the treatment of an acute cervical spinal cord injury in a professional football player spine 2010 35:e57–e62.

Figure 6 from: systemic hypothermia in acute cervical spinal cord injury: a case-controlled study m dididze, b a green, w dalton dietrich, s vanni, m y wang and a d levi. Study design case report objective we will describe the injury and clinical course of an nfl football player who sustained a complete spinal cord injury and was treated with conventional care in addition to modest systemic hypothermia. Background: therapeutic hypothermia is a clinically useful neuroprotective therapy for cardiac arrest and neonatal hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy and may potentially be useful for the treatment of other neurological conditions including traumatic spinal cord injury (sci) the pre-clinical studies evaluating the effectiveness of hypothermia in acute sci broadly utilise either systemic.

systemic hypothermia in acute cervical spinal cord injury a case-controlled study This effect has been exploited clinically in the areas of therapeutic hypothermia during surgery, after spinal chord injury, in traumatic brain injury and stroke, and in organ transplant41 42 43.
Systemic hypothermia in acute cervical spinal cord injury a case-controlled study
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