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Spinal cord injury spasticity guidelines

What is Spinal cord injury spasticity? After spinal cord injury your body starts behaving in a different manner and you face different problems one of which is Spinal cord injury spasticity. It is a sudden contraction, jerk or stiffness of muscles or movements and stiffness of leg joint after spinal cord injury….

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Autonomic dysreflexia causes and treatments

 Autonomic dysreflexia definition Autonomic dysreflexia is a very dangerous condition faced by individual suffering from quadriplegia . To remain safe from it one should have a very thorough understanding of its symptoms, causes and treatment. In below lines you will read in detail about all that. It is a very dangerous…

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Diaphragmatic breathing after spinal cord injury

 Respiratory management / Diaphragmatic breathing spinal cord injury Air containing oxygen goes through nose and mouth to trachea. It then enters bronchi and then into the lungs. Lungs contain millions of air sacs called alveolar. From alveolar oxygen enters the blood stream from where it is supplied to the whole…

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Pressure sores information sheet

When a person sits or lay in bed for longer periods of time without moving or relieving pressure then the tiny vessels inside skin squeeze. As result flow of oxygen and important nutrients stop which results in death of skin cells of that area. An ulcer is formed and such…

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