Monday, May 10, 2021

Tag: bladder control

United Spinal Association Recruiting People with Spinal Cord Injury and Disease for a Study...

NEW YORK, March 17, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- United Spinal Association is working with MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital and Children's National Medical Center to learn more about the experiences of people who use intermittent catheterization and...

Biorobotic bladders: breakthrough treatment for spinal injury

“Research in this field is progressing but, predictably, has a long way to go” Believe it or not, we are electrical creatures. Each and every living cell in your body is electrically active. The sodium-potassium...

Spinal injury and ‘biorobotic control’ of the bladder

There are many challenges facing people with spinal cord injury – and walking again is often the least of their problems. Cambridge research could help patients take control of their lives once more. Spinal cord...

Bladder cancer mortality after spinal cord injury over 4 decades – Abstract

Bladder cancer mortality was not significantly increased for ventilator users, those with motor incomplete injuries, or those injured less than 10 years. PURPOSE: To estimate the bladder cancer mortality in persons with spinal cord injury...
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

Electrical Stimulation Could Improve Bladder Function in People with Spinal Cord Injuries

Promising results in rats address major health problem for paralyzed individuals Newswise — When individuals suffer a spinal cord injury, paralysis is only a part of the major impact on quality of life. Often they...

Bladder Programs After a Spinal Cord Injury

Nerve damage to the bladder is a common side effects of having a spinal cord injury, other injury, surgical procedures, and several disease processes. Having a consistent bladder program reduces accidents, infections, and the...

Secondary Conditions of Spinal Cord Injury

When living with a spinal cord injury (SCI), there are more challenges than just not being able to walk. There are other healthcare issues that are very important. Here are a few of the secondary...

Transplanted stem cells help prevent bladder fibrosis after spinal cord injury

Bladder dysfunction common after SCI; B10 hMSCs that differentiate into smooth muscle cells can improve bladder function, say researchers Putnam Valley, NY. (Sept. 3, 2014) – A team of researchers from Korea and Canada have...

Spinal cord injury: Prosthetic bladder ‘controls urine’

A device that could one day restore bladder function to patients with a severed spinal cord has been devised by UK researchers and tested in animals. Nerve damage can leave no sense of when the...

Cleveland researchers restore bladder control in rats with spinal cord injuries

CLEVELAND, Ohio — More than being able to bend their knees or wiggle their toes again, paralyzed people long to be able to use the bathroom normally. Regaining bladder control would end embarrassing accidents,...