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Thread: Spinal Cord Injury Articles Posted by Manouli

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    Happy new year!

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    woman with spinal cord injury finds relief at danbury hospital
    danbury hospital neurosurgeon and care team helped new yorker maintain her quality of life after she broke her neck
    by amy, nonprofit

    summary:
    ⦁ katherine (kathy) wenning tripped and broke her neck when she was at her weekend home in washington, connecticut. Kathy and her husband, michael, knew she needed emergency care. They weren't sure where to go because they live in manhattan, and they've never needed urgent medical attention while staying in washington.
    ⦁ kathy and michael consulted with friends from new york who also spend time in connecticut and they recommended danbury hospital.
    ⦁ kathy had successful surgery to treat her severe spinal cord injury, followed by extensive occupational therapy and physical therapy.
    ⦁ today, kathy is fully functional and has been able to maintain her active lifestyle

    more....
    https://patch.com/connecticut/danbur...nbury-hospital

    i am wishing you all happy new year, and better news for the cure!

    Xxxooo

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    Quote Originally Posted by manouli View Post
    i am wishing you all happy new year, and better news for the cure!

    Xxxooo


    Designation From U.S. FDA
    01/08/2020 | 09:03am EST

    NEW HAVEN, Conn., Jan. 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ReNetX Bio announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted the company Fast Track Designation for ReNetX Bio?s clinical therapy (AXER-204) for the potential treatment of Chronic Spinal Cord Injury (SCI). ReNetX Bio is currently conducting a Phase 1/2 clinical trial ?RESET? in patients with SCI, with topline results expected in 2021.
    SCI is a serious and currently incurable medical condition which causes profound deficits in function and impairs the ability to carry out activities of daily living (ADLs) and affects roughly 300,000 people in the United States. In addition to profound persistent neurological impairment, patients with chronic SCI suffer a variety of other health consequences including respiratory complications, cardiovascular complications, urinary and bowel complications, spasticity, pain syndromes, pressure ulcers, osteoporosis, and bone fractures.
    more..
    https://www.marketscreener.com/news/...FDA--29807818/

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    Quote Originally Posted by manouli View Post
    i am wishing you all happy new year, and better news for the cure!

    Xxxooo

    S. Biomedics to test embryonic stem cell-derived spinal cord injury treatment
    ⦁ By Lee Han-soo
    ⦁ Published 2019.11.29 15:42
    ⦁ Updated 2019.11.29 17:49

    Biomedics said that the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety has approved a clinical trial of its embryonic stem cell-derived spinal cord injury treatment. It is the first clinical trial of a locally developed embryonic stem cell-derived treatment.
    The company plans to evaluate the safety and exploratory efficacy of the treatment in patients with ASIA Impairment Scale (AIS)-A and AIS-C within 60 days of nerve injury at Severance Hospital from the first half of 2020.
    read...
    http://www.koreabiomed.com/news/arti...tml?idxno=6916

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    Quote Originally Posted by manouli View Post
    S. Biomedics to test embryonic stem cell-derived spinal cord injury treatment
    ⦁ By Lee Han-soo
    ⦁ Published 2019.11.29 15:42
    ⦁ Updated 2019.11.29 17:49

    Biomedics said that the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety has approved a clinical trial of its embryonic stem cell-derived spinal cord injury treatment. It is the first clinical trial of a locally developed embryonic stem cell-derived treatment.
    The company plans to evaluate the safety and exploratory efficacy of the treatment in patients with ASIA Impairment Scale (AIS)-A and AIS-C within 60 days of nerve injury at Severance Hospital from the first half of 2020.
    read...
    http://www.koreabiomed.com/news/arti...tml?idxno=6916

    New injection technique may boost spinal cord injury repair efforts
    Date:
    January 29, 2020
    Source:
    University of California - San Diego
    Summary:
    Researchers describe a new method for delivering neural precursor cells to spinal cord injuries in rats, reducing the risk of further injury and boosting the propagation of potentially reparative cells.

    read...
    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0129125606.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by manouli View Post
    New injection technique may boost spinal cord injury repair efforts
    Date:
    January 29, 2020
    Source:
    University of California - San Diego
    Summary:
    Researchers describe a new method for delivering neural precursor cells to spinal cord injuries in rats, reducing the risk of further injury and boosting the propagation of potentially reparative cells.

    read...
    https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...0129125606.htm
    Increasing the number of small blood vessels may be helpful for recovering movement
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    Feb 6 2020
    Many health conditions - ranging from disease of particular organs such as heart and lungs, widespread metabolic issues such as diabetes, or following trauma such as spinal cord injury ? cause difficulties with movement. This can severely affect quality of life and new research published today in The Journal of Physiology highlights the link between loss of the smallest blood vessels in muscle and difficulties moving and exercising. Understanding this link opens up the possibility of aiding recovery by growing more blood vessels in your muscles.
    more...
    https://www.news-medical.net/news/20...-movement.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by manouli View Post
    Increasing the number of small blood vessels may be helpful for recovering movement
    Download PDF Copy
    Feb 6 2020
    Many health conditions - ranging from disease of particular organs such as heart and lungs, widespread metabolic issues such as diabetes, or following trauma such as spinal cord injury ? cause difficulties with movement. This can severely affect quality of life and new research published today in The Journal of Physiology highlights the link between loss of the smallest blood vessels in muscle and difficulties moving and exercising. Understanding this link opens up the possibility of aiding recovery by growing more blood vessels in your muscles.
    more...
    https://www.news-medical.net/news/20...-movement.aspx


    All Press Releases for February 14, 2020
    Alexander G. Rabchevsky Presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who's Who
    Dr. Rabchevsky has been endorsed by Marquis Who's Who as a leader in the field of physiology
    quote:

    Through his work, Dr. Rabchevsky has become internationally known as a leading expert in autonomic pathophysiology following spinal cord injury. Since 1997, he has avidly investigated multiple therapeutic approaches towards treating experimental spinal cord injury and has received funding to aid in his independent research program. His current efforts are focused on alleviating both hindlimb locomotor and autonomic dysfunction following spinal cord injury in rats employing pharmacological treatments, as well as gene therapy to over-express certain growth factors near injury sites. The laboratory likewise conducts pioneering studies seeking to uniquely characterize bioenergetic damage to mitochondria after contusion spinal cord injury in order to target their dysfunction. As a result of Dr. Rabchevsky's many years of study, he has contributed over 60 articles to various scholarly journals, including the Journal of Neuroscience, Experimental Neurology, Journal of Neurotrauma and the Journal of Comparative Neurology.
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    https://www.24-7pressrelease.com/pre...rquis-whos-who

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