ASIA

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ASIAAmerican Spinal Injury Association
ASIAAsian Society for the Intervention of AIDS (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
ASIAAmerican Sheep Industry Association
ASIAAutomotive Service Industry Association (now Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association)
ASIAAssociation of Stringed Instrument Artisans
ASIAAsian Students in America
ASIAAsian Students in Australia
ASIAAssociated Services for International Adoption (Lake Oswego, OR)
ASIAAlaska Support Industry Alliance
ASIAAsian Students in Action
ASIAAssistant Secretary, Indian Affairs
ASIAAsian Services in Action, Inc. (Akron, OH)
ASIAAdoption Service Information Agency, Inc.
ASIAAsian Students Increasing Achievement (scholarship program)
ASIAAviation Security Improvement Act of 1990
ASIAAzienda Speciale Igiene Ambientale (Italy)
ASIAAsian Sisters in Action
ASIAArizona Strip Interpretive Association
ASIAAmateur Ski Instructors Association
ASIAAlabama Self-Insurers Association
ASIAAustralian Stevedoring Industry Authority
ASIAArkansas Self-Insurers Association
ASIAAdoption Services Information Agency
ASIAAmerican Society of Internal Arts
ASIAAntiqui Societatis Iesus Alumni
ASIAAsia Studies in Amsterdam
ASIAAnnual Symposium on Information Assurance
ASIAAcquisition System Improvement Act
ASIAAlaska Society of Independent Accountants
ASIAAmerican Society of Indian Anesthesiologists
ASIAAlternative Solution for International Accounting
ASIAAssociate, Securities Institute of Australia
ASIAAdvanced Simulation Interoperable Architecture
ASIAAsian Student International Association
ASIAActive Signal Integrity Architecture
ASIAAsian American Students In America
ASIAAlaska Ski Instructors Association
ASIAAllied Systems Interoperability Agency
ASIAArthouse Strategic International Advertising, Inc.
ASIAArizona Self Insured Association
ASIAAlicia Silverstone Image Archive
ASIAAnalog Signal Memory with Intrinsic Adjustment
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The annual meeting of the American Spinal Injury Association provides approx 500-700 participants with scientific papers, posters, invited lectures, symposia, and Instructional Courses that present the results of current research on the evaluation and treatment of individuals with spinal cord injuries.
4 (a) Cervical neurological injury (b) Thoracic neurological injury (c) Lumbar neurological injury (d) American Spinal Injury Association Impairment Scale: A B C Table 2: Classification of risk of diabetes (AUSDRISK) for spinal cord injury deficit Overall Complete Characteristic AIS A (n = 52) N or mean % or SD N or mean % or SD AUSDRISK score 14.
2% Table 2: American Spinal Injury Association Impairment Scale ASIA Impairment Scale Number Percentage A = Complete: No motor or sensory function is 3 15.
Abbreviations: AFO = ankle-foot orthosis, AIS = American Spinal Injury Association Impairment Scale, BMD = bone mineral density, BWS = body-weight support, DXA = dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry, RABWSTT = robotic-assisted body-weight-supported treadmill training, SCI = spinal cord injury, T = thoracic, WISCI-II = Walking Index for Spinal Cord Injury Version 2.
A demographic form included age, injury level, American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) injury classification, and duration of disability.
One-third of patients undergoing traditional rehabilitation lost 10 or more points on the combined motor and sensory score (CMSS) of an impairment scale established by the American Spinal Injury Association.
The American Spinal Injury Association provides a scale for assessment of motor strength (ASIA, 2002) (see Table 1).
Daniel Lammertse, medical director of Craig Hospital in Colorado and president of American Spinal Injury Association, has followed the clinical progress of several of the phase one trial subjects.
In 1982, the American Spinal Injury Association published guidelines for neurological classification of spinal cord injuries.
Patients were divided in two groups of complete SCI and incomplete SCI on the basis of American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) impairment scale.
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