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  • Determinants of Patient Satisfaction Two Year after Spinal Deformity Surgery: A Latent Class Analysis. [Journal Article]
  • SSpine (Phila Pa 1976) 2018 Jun 21
  • Yang J, Lafage V, … International Spine Study Group (ISSG)
  • CONCLUSIONS: Improvement in standing, social life and employment are the most important determinants of patient satisfaction post-surgery. Reduced pain intensity and enhanced walking ability also help to elevate patient satisfaction. However, lifting, personal care, sitting, sleeping and travelling may be of less importance. Examining the heterogeneity of patient-reported outcome in ASD patients allows the identification of classes with different patient characteristics and satisfaction, and thus, help to guide tailored provision of care.
  • Spinal Injuries in Suicidal Jumpers. [Journal Article]
  • SSpine (Phila Pa 1976) 2018 Jun 21
  • Kano H, Matsuo Y, … Nishiii T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Spinal injuries in suicidal jumpers differed from spinal injuries in non-suicidal patients with regard to sex, age, mental health condition, injury location, neurologic damage, and associated injuries. Most survivors of suicidal jumping were young female patients with mental health problems. They tended to have thoracic and lumbar spine trauma rather than cervical trauma with less severe neurological deficits and a higher incidence of accompanying limb injury.
  • Comparing the Efficacy of Methods for Immobilizing the Cervical Spine. [Journal Article]
  • SSpine (Phila Pa 1976) 2018 Jun 18
  • Rahmatalla S, DeShaw J, … Jennissen C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Under the study conditions, the LSB and the VM were more effective in limiting cervical movement than the cervical collar. Under some conditions, the LSB decreased repetitive and acute movements more than the VM. Further studies using simulation and other approaches will be essential for determining the safest, most effective configuration should providers choose to immobilize patients with suspected spinal injuries.
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