Spinal Cord Injury: Clinical Outcomes from the Model Systems

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Aspen Publications, 1995 - Medical - 355 pages
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This book is the practical analysis of the data collected from the federally sponsored model systems of SCI care over the last twenty years. Written by leading SCI health professionals, the book reviews the collaborative studies conducted by the model systems and interprets the findings. Specific chapters deal with the management of possible complications and secondary diagnoses associated with SCI, supplying the health professional with current information to make outcome-based clinical decisions.

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Contents

Clinical Service Components of a Model System
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Changes in the Collaborative Database
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Chapter 3 The Epidemiology of Spinal Cord Injury
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