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Monthly Archives: March 2004

ACUTE MANAGEMENT

The emergency medical care system is the patient's point of entry into the medical care system. The goal during this period is for the SCI patient is to immobilize the spine to prevent...

A limit, not an end

A local spinal cord injury group forms for networking, information sharing. Pat York always knew he had a bad vertebra and that it could someday spell big trouble. He didn't know it would strike so suddenly,...

HOPE FOR THE FUTURE

Generally, the earlier recovery begins and the more rapid its progress, the better the prognosis. In scientific studies, most recovery occurs during the first six months, and may continue up to two years post...

Steve Moore heads home

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE: Team doctor Andrew Parker said it remains uncertain whether Moore will able to return to hockey after surviving a broken neck Colorado forward Steve Moore has been released from a hospital and...

Gahanna resident wins Ms. Wheelchair Ohio

MIRIAM SEGALOFF - Enterprise Staff Writer Before her tragic accident nearly six years ago, Gahanna resident Rosemarie Rossetti had never considered entering a pageant, let alone contemplated winning one. Now, she said, she has her sights...

Drug limits spinal cord damage

Antibiotic reduces cell death in spinal injuries A common antibiotic used to treat arthritis and acne shows promise for limiting the severity of spinal cord and brain injuries. When a fall, car crash, bullet, or knife...

Short-track skater has back surgery

GOTHENBURG, Sweden (CP) - Short-track speed skater Jonathan Guilmette underwent back surgery Thursday to repair a fractured vertebra suffered during last weekend's world championships. The surgery was necessary to repair an unstable compression fracture of...

Disabilities on Ice

Daily News reporter Ann Potempa can be reached at 257-4581 - Daily News Bad legs don't stand in the way of sled hockey athletesBad legs don't stand in the way of sled hockey athletes ON a...

Lady Tornado blowing away all challenges

The Tiffin Columbian senior, though, is no typical teenager. She's a world-class swimmer, holder of four American records and a 4.01 grade point average. She is headed for Harvard next fall but might take...

Driver gets 15 years for manslaughter

Forensic evidence showed that Miller's blood alcohol level at the time of the accident was .21, which is more than double the limit to be considered legally drunk," said Cullman County Assistant District Attorney...