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  • Overground walking patterns after chronic incomplete spinal cord injury show distinct response patterns to unloading. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neuroeng Rehabil 2018 Nov 12; 15(1):102
  • Easthope CS, Traini LR, … Bolliger M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings revealed that continuous, dynamic unloading during overground walking results in subtle and proportional gait adjustments corresponding to changes in body load. CiSCI demonstrated diminished responses in specific domains of gait, indicating that their altered neural processing impeded the adjustment to environmental constraints. CiSCI retain their movement patterns under overground unloading, indicating that this is a viable locomotor therapy tool that may also offer a potential window on the diminished neural control of intralimb coordination.
  • Distribution of Extreme Vital Signs and Complete Blood Count Values of Healthy Parturients: A Retrospective Database Analysis and Review of the Literature. [Journal Article]
  • A&AAnesth Analg 2018 Nov 09
  • Gat R, Hadar E, … Einav S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings justify the practice of using ≥2 repeated measurements for diagnosing hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. Lower normal blood pressure limits may be below those defining hypotensive shock. Normal heart rates exceed the accepted definitions of both tachy- and bradycardia. Normal temperatures at all times have a more narrow range than previously thought, and the normal range of white blood cell count has outliers exceeding the current definitions of leukocytosis or leukopenia at all times. The normal lower range of hemoglobin was constantly below 10 g/dL, and normal platelet counts were considerably lower than those previously described. The vital signs and complete blood count values thus far considered normal for the peripartum period may require some adjustment. New definitions for hypotension, tachy- and bradycardia, fever, and leukocyte quantitative disorders should be considered.
  • Sex differences in HIV-associated cognitive impairment. [Journal Article]
  • AIDSAIDS 2018 Nov 28; 32(18):2719-2726
  • Sundermann EE, Heaton RK, … HNRP Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: Women, particularly black women, were most at-risk for HIV-associated neurocognitive impairment. Higher rates of HIV-associated neurocognitive impairment in women versus men may reflect differences in educational quality.
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