For many physicians, the immediate treatment and stabilization of severe head trauma and a resultant brain injury are the easy part. The focus shifts once patients are medically stable. Patients with brain...
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Historically, physicians have been taught that the damage from a spinal cord injury is irreversible and that in most cases any resultant non-ambulatory status is permanent. While biological repair of the damage...
A child’s path from critical illness to health may be a difficult journey, especially for those who require long-term mechanical ventilation. Patients who remain on ventilators for weeks or months may benefit greatly from...
News about the danger of concussions seems to be everywhere, filling the pages of medical journals and swirling through cyberspace. Even ESPN and the sports page are packed with concussion-related news. As a...