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  • Headache Attributed to Autonomic Dysreflexia: Clinical Presentation, Pathophysiology, and Treatment. [Review]
    Curr Pain Headache Rep 2019; 23(11):80Duvall JR, Mathew PG, Robertson CE
  • A patient presenting with marked elevation in blood pressure and concurrent headache often presents a diagnostic challenge for even the most seasoned clinician. When marked hypertension and headache occur in a patient with a history of upper spinal cord injury, the patient should be presumed to have autonomic dysreflexia until proven otherwise. Autonomic dysreflexia can at times trigger headaches…
  • What do physiotherapists and physiotherapy students know about autonomic dysreflexia? [Journal Article]
    J Spinal Cord Med 2019; :1-7Tederko P, Ugniewski K, … Tarnacka B
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the studied population the knowledge of causality and consequences of AD presented by undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapists was low. Lower test scores were associated with a lower level of professional education achieved, having an outpatient practice only and having fewer patients with spinal cord injury. Efforts should be made to improve undergraduate and postgraduate education on AD of physiotherapists.
  • Outcomes following stoma formation in patients with spinal cord injury. [Journal Article]
    Colorectal Dis 2019Cooper EA, Bonne Lee B, Muhlmann M
  • CONCLUSIONS: While stoma formation is often seen as a treatment of last resort, our study has shown that it is an effective management option for a number of conditions post-SCI. It can improve HrQoL and has a high level of satisfaction amongst patients. Ideally, patients who could potentially benefit from a stoma should be identified early and receive appropriate education and counselling to help facilitate informed and timely decision-making and reduce adverse bowel related impact on quality of life and adjustment post-SCI.
  • Severe hyponatraemia and autonomic dysreflexia in a quadriplegic person. [Journal Article]
    BMJ Case Rep 2019; 12(6)Patel R, Malliwal R
  • Spinal cord injury (SCI) is associated with a range of secondary health issues. Altered neurological function can complicate diagnosis, which may have serious consequences. Here we present the case of a tetraplegic person presenting with confusion and bradycardia. Initial testing revealed severe hyponatraemia (sodium 96 mmol/L) and ST elevation associated with labile blood pressure. Delayed furth…
  • Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndrome Due to Midodrine in a Patient with Autonomic Dysreflexia. [Case Reports]
    Cureus 2019; 11(3):e4285Shankar Kikkeri N, Nagarajan E, … Nattanamai P
  • Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome (RCVS) is a rare neurological condition that typically presents with a sudden-onset thunderclap headache associated with or without focal neurological deficits. The diagnosis is established by the presence of reversible segmental or diffuse cerebral vasoconstriction on diagnostic cerebral angiogram. Autonomic dysreflexia is a known complication result…
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