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  • Blood Pressure Instability in Persons with SCI: Evidence from a 30-Day Home Monitoring Observation. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Hypertens 2019 May 24
  • Katzelnick CG, Weir JP, … Wecht JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The data indicate significant blood pressure instability that may not be exclusive to persons with tetraplegia; in fact, individuals with low thoracic injuries demonstrated severe blood pressure fluctuations. The use of a monitor at home for an extended period may help document dangerous and extreme fluctuations in blood pressure and should be considered an important adjunctive clinical practice for tracking of the secondary consequences in the spinal cord injury population.
  • Autonomic Dysreflexia in Patients With Spinal Cord Injury: What the Radiologist Needs to Know. [Journal Article]
  • AAAJR Am J Roentgenol 2019 Mar 12; :1-5
  • Murray TE, Krassioukov AV, … Chang SD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Awareness of AD is essential for all health care practitioners involved in the care of patients with SCI. A variety of procedures in the radiology department, both diagnostic and interventional, may precipitate AD. Planning, monitoring procedures, knowledge of the relevant pathophysiology and pharmacology, and communication with clinical colleagues are essential to ensure safe practice. Clinicians ordering procedures and radiologists selecting protocols for those procedures should identify at-risk patients before booking a procedure to ensure appropriate supervision and anesthesiology support. Education of radiologists, interventional nursing staff, and technical staff can assist in prevention, early recognition, and successful management of AD.
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