Spinal Cord Injury
Creator:   Walter R. Frontera, MD, PhD
Created:   10/5/2010
Contains:  58 items
Spinal cord injury is one of the most common diagnoses in inpatient rehabilitation facilities. Individuals with spinal cord injuries have significant and permanent impairments that limit their activity level and ability to participate in occupational and social settings. An extensive literature has been published on this topic including important articles in the American Journal of PM&R. This is a collection of such articles.

The Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation: Report of Patients with Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Discharged from Rehabilitation Programs in 2002–2010

Granger, Carl V.; Karmarkar, Amol M.; Graham, James E.; More

American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation . 91(4):289-299, April 2012.

Comparison of Dalteparin and Enoxaparin for Deep Venous Thrombosis Prophylaxis in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury

Chiou-Tan, Faye Y.; Garza, Hector; Chan, Kwai-Tung; More

American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation . 82(9):678-685, September 2003.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy and Motor Function in Men with Spinal Cord Injury: A Retrospective Analysis

Clark, Mary J.; Petroski, Gregory F.; Mazurek, Micah O.; More

American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation . 87(4):281-284, April 2008.

Recovery of Life Satisfaction in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury During Inpatient Rehabilitation

van Koppenhagen, Casper F.; Post, Marcel W.; van der Woude, Luc H.; More

American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation . 88(11):887-895, November 2009.

Return to Work After Spinal Cord Injury: Is It Related to Wheelchair Capacity at Discharge from Clinical Rehabilitation?

van Velzen, Judith M.; de Groot, Sonja; Post, Marcel W. M.; More

American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation . 88(1):47-56, January 2009.