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  1. #491
    Quote Originally Posted by grinch83 View Post
    jawaid...you need to take a chill pill. If you keep bugging dr. Young with all these questions about your specific and personal condition, he'll never be able to finish his work in china! don't bother the man while he's hard at work!

    Just relax...you are in a lot better shape than the rest of us...you can walk! Enjoy life in the here and now, and please be patient. Everyone is desperate for promising results, but you badgering the good doctor over and over again with these individual-based questions is just clogging up the thread and not beneficial to you, wise, or the rest of us.

    Seriously, chill out man. It makes life (and waiting) a lot easier. When the answers are there, we will know.
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  2. #492
    Quote Originally Posted by Solan View Post
    Acute and subacute? I thought Wise's trail was for us cronics.
    Am I the only one that didn't know that Wise's Cunming trail is for acute and subacute? I can't remember ever seeing a discription of the trail specs before, but I just assumed they were doing cronic work.
    Quote Originally Posted by paolocipolla View Post
    Moe,

    I... don't care about what I think ... you should just ignore my posts.

    I don't understand ... words.

    Paolo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solan View Post
    Am I the only one that didn't know that Wise's Cunming trail is for acute and subacute? I can't remember ever seeing a discription of the trail specs before, but I just assumed they were doing cronic work.
    There are two sets of trials in Kunming, one for acutes (subacutes) and one for chronics.

  4. #494
    Quote Originally Posted by Leif View Post
    There are two sets of trials in Kunming, one for acutes (subacutes) and one for chronics.
    Takk for infoen Leif.

    How was your trip to China? Did you like what you saw?

    Did you get a chance to be a tourist or was it all business?
    Quote Originally Posted by paolocipolla View Post
    Moe,

    I... don't care about what I think ... you should just ignore my posts.

    I don't understand ... words.

    Paolo

  5. #495
    hello dr.wise, whats the latest from the trial /??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solan View Post
    Takk for infoen Leif.

    How was your trip to China? Did you like what you saw?

    Did you get a chance to be a tourist or was it all business?
    It was very nice and interesting - check the next December issue of the Norwegian SCI magazine for a good report.

  7. #497
    Quote Originally Posted by Solan View Post
    Am I the only one that didn't know that Wise's Cunming trail is for acute and subacute? I can't remember ever seeing a discription of the trail specs before, but I just assumed they were doing cronic work.
    http://clinicaltrials.gov/archive/NC...613/2011_11_14


    - acute or subacute traumatic spinal cord injury (defined as SCI resulting from an exteneral non-penetrating cause that occurred within 4 weeks);
    - neurological status of ASIA A;
    - neurological level between C5-T11;
    - MRI shows injury site is within 3 vertebral level and necrotic focus, if exist, is less than 1/3 of the spinal cord diameter;
    - professional judgment determinate that subjects need a spinal decompression surgery;
    Last edited by GRAMMY; 11-23-2011 at 10:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GRAMMY View Post
    http://clinicaltrials.gov/archive/NC...613/2011_11_14


    - acute or subacute traumatic spinal cord injury (defined as SCI resulting from an exteneral non-penetrating cause that occurred within 4 weeks);
    - neurological status of ASIA A;
    - neurological level between C5-T11;
    - MRI shows injury site is within 3 vertebral level and necrotic focus, if exist, is less than 1/3 of the spinal cord diameter;
    - professional judgment determinate that subjects need a spinal decompression surgery;
    GRAMMY - what does "spinal decompression surgery" in this case mean?

  9. #499
    Dr.Wise do you think your trial or any research being done would be beneificial for someone whos suffered an ischemic sci?
    Its only at the brink of our own destruction that we learn to change.

  10. #500
    Quote Originally Posted by Leif View Post
    GRAMMY - what does "spinal decompression surgery" in this case mean?
    I don't know anything about your SCI case. You would need to consult with a neurosurgeon.

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