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Dental treatment of the spinal cord injured patient

Mark M Schubert

Dental treatment of the spinal cord injured patient

by Mark M Schubert

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Published by Project DECOD, School of Dentistry, University of Washington in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMark M. Schubert, Michele Snow, Doris J. Stiefel.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14793919M

Spinal cord injuries are traumatic for patients and their families. They cause disruptive changes to every aspect of your life and there is a lot of new information to navigate and understand. Our experts have collected everything in one place to help you learn more about your injury, locate doctors and treatment centers, find financial support. Medical rehabilitation resources. Improving SCI outcomes with enhanced person-centered care - blog post Shepherd Center in Atlanta, Georgia, is beginning to share the results from a three-year research project on the outcomes of an enhanced person-centered care initiative (including spinal cord injury peer mentorship) and how those strategies can be affordably replicated .

1. J Am Dent Assoc. Jun;86(6) Dental care for the patient with a spinal cord injury. Durnan JR, Thaler R. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]. A private, not-for-profit hospital specializing in medical treatment, research and rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injury. Push to Walk Provides individualized workouts and resources to people with spinal cord injuries and other forms of paralysis to optimize current quality of life and to prepare for future medical advancements.

Contusion of the cervical spinal cord following dental treatment of a patient at risk to stroke: A case report Article in Gerodontology 35(1) March with . Because of your spinal cord injury, you may find it more Read Chapter 6 of The Spinal Cord Injury Pain Book by Siddall, McCabe & Murray (HammondCare Media ) I used to be on lots of pain medications. I was on gabapentin, as well oxycontin as well as endone, and they were all really high doses.


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Dental treatment of the spinal cord injured patient by Mark M Schubert Download PDF EPUB FB2

It also gave insight as to what the family has to deal with as well as the also covered everything from what a spinal cord injury was to diagnosis and treatment;skin care; rehab;bladder and bowel management and caregiver s: 8.

New chapters review the state of exercise, standing, and walking systems using electrical stimulation, and the important and emerging topic of neuronal preservation after ischemic injury.

The scope of this book includes: diagnostic methods ; evaluation methods ; spinal cord injury ; pathophysiology ; medical/surgical management ; rehabilitationCited by: 1. "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."/5(7). Dental treatment for spinal cord injury patients in a specialized reclinable wheelchair. ARTHUR M. QUART DDS, MSD.

Corresponding Author. 1 Dr. Quart is chief, dental service, Castle Point Veterans Administration Medical Center, Castle Point, Cited by: 2. The Care and Management of Spinal Cord Injuries: He demands and receives perfection the first to realize that if a paraplegic patient is from his staff.

As a result, his Spinal Unit in carefully looked after in the early stages of his Perth, Australia is one of the best treatment illness and if all of the potential Format: Paperback. Dental Care for the Patient with a Spinal Cord Injury.

Various devices such as a wheelchair lift and mobile dental equipment facilitate the treatment of paraplegic or quadriplegic persons in private offices. Some special considerations are necessary during a dental procedure to allay the patient’s anxieties, such as fear of by: 6.

Comprehensive information equips readers with a broad foundation of knowledge including topics relevant to spinal cord injury, its pathological repercussions, and medical and rehabilitative management in preparation for program planning, patient and family education, and effective participation as a member of a rehabilitation s: Spinal Cord Medicine: Principles and Practice, Second Edition, reflects the breadth and depth of this multi-faceted specialty.

Involving over authors from more than 20 fields of medicine, it is a trusted reference for anyone who works with spinal cord patients and strives to deliver superior clinical care and improve s: 1.

Dental professionals’ knowledge about treatment of patients with spinal cord injury. Special Care In Dentistry, 29(3), Wilkins, E. Clinical practice of the dental hygienist (11th ed.).

Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer Health. A spinal cord injury can be caused by many different kinds of trauma, including negligence medical care, such as improperly performed surgery, the failure to diagnose a tumor, or failure to treat an infection.

Patients who suffer a spinal cord injury can suffer catastrophic injuries, such as paraplegia, quadriplegia, numbness, motor difficulties, loss of urinary [ ]. Best Treatment for Sciatica Pain: Relieve Sciatica Symptoms, Piriformis Muscle Pain and SI Joint Pain in 20 Minutes or Less per Day Mayo Clinic Guide to Living with a Spinal Cord Injury: Moving Ahead with Your Life Mayo Clinic.

out of 5 stars 9. Paperback. $ # Childhood Brain & Spinal Cord Tumors: A Guide for Families, Friends. Spinal Cord Injury Patient-Family Teaching Manual A Publication of the Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center of the Delaware Valley The Source Book of Medical Illustration, Park Ridge, NJ,Parthenon Publishing Group, Inc.) The Spinal Cord The spinal cord is the largest nerve in the body.

Nerves areFile Size: 1MB. This study investigated the knowledge and training of dental professionals to competently serve persons with spinal cord injuries (SCI). Fifty dental clinics were approached to complete a survey containing questions regarding their special needs training.

From the 35 completed surveys, descriptive quantitative data were analyzed. Winkler is a Board Certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Spinal Cord Injury Medicine Physician in private practice in Springfield, Missouri.

In his practice, Dr. Winkler specializes in traumatic and acquired brain injury, spinal cord Reviews: 1. The United Spinal Association is an organization that aims to improve the quality of life of people with spinal cord injury and dysfunction through education via the Spinal Cord Resource Center, peer support, civil rights advocacy, a network of support groups, consulting services devoted to making built environments accessible to people with disabilities, assistance with.

Based on our review of the general orthopaedic literature, however, there are some conclusions we can make for scoliosis patients until a specific study is produced in this regard. Prophylactic antibiotics are not necessary in most scoliosis patients with spinal implants undergoing dental procedures.

Running title: Care & treatment of spinal cord injury patients. "J "--Page 4 of cover. Description: viii, 30 pages: illustrations ; 22 cm.

Series Title: Information bulletin (United States. Department of Veterans Affairs), Other Titles: Care & treatment of spinal cord injury patients.

• Assume, until otherwise determined by a physician, ("cleared") that the patient has a spinal cord injury o Physical and neurological patient assessment o The standard 3 view plain film series: lateral, AP and open-mouth view.

o CT scanning for suspicious or poorly visualized areas on plain radiology. Adults with spinal cord injury reported a high prevalence of oral problems and oral pain. Because dry mouth and smoking were significantly associated with these problems, patient education from both dental and medical providers should emphasize awareness of the side effects of xerostomia-causing medications, dry mouth management, and smoking cessation as.

SPINAL CORD INJURY FACTS. Spinal Cord Injuries A spinal cord injury is caused by trauma or disease to the spinal cord, most often resulting. in paralysis (loss of strength), loss of sensation (feeling), and loss of control of bodily functions.

Currently, there are approximatelypeople in the United States who have spinal. This study investigated the knowledge and training of dental professionals to competently serve persons with spinal cord injuries (SCI). Fifty dental clinics were approached to complete a survey containing questions regarding their special needs training.

From the 35 completed surveys, descriptive quantitative data were by: 4.People with spinal cord injuries may be receiving coumadin, aspirin, or persantine to prevent thrombosis.

The patient’s physician must be consulted prior to treatment. Appropriate blood tests may include: platelet count. prothrombin time.

partial thromboplastin time. bleeding time. This principle is now being applied to the treatment of spinal cord injuries using stem cells, and in instances where the patient has not experienced a complete spinal cord injury, i.e.

a complete severing of the spinal cord leading to a loss of function below the ‘neurological’ level.