NASCIS


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NASCISNational Acute Spinal Cord Injury Study
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This is also the reason why our patients had a higher rate of employment at the time of injury than those inducted in the NASCIS study.
In the NASCIS 2 study (NASCIS 1 generated no significant results), 162 acutely injured patients received a high MP dose consisting of an initial bolus (a mass of medicinal material, larger than an ordinary pill) of 30 milligrams (mg) per kilogram (kg) of body weight.
In NASCIS 3, after receiving the same initial MP dose within eight hours of injury, 499 acutely injured subjects were randomized to receive the same rate of MP infusion as described above for 24 or 48 hours.
Literatre baktigimizda yuksek doz steroid tedavisi terminolojisi Ulusal Akut Spinal Kord Hasari alismalarinda (NASCIS II ve III) uygulanan 30 mg/kg methylprednisolone'un yukleme dozu olarak verilmesinin ardindan 5,4mg/kg/saat intravenoz infuzyon olarak 24-48 saat sure ile devamli olarak verilmesi icin kullanilmistir.
As such, because the study had no built-in reference point, results were compared to patient improvements documented in the third NASCIS (National Acute Spinal Cord Injury Study) trial.
Lawrence Marshall discussed the findings of National Acute Spinal Cord Injury Study (NASCIS) II and III and the San Diego experience.
In 1990, the second National Acute Spinal Cord Injury Study (NASCIS II), a multicenter trial headed by Dr.
If you have any questions about research being conducted at National Acute SCI Study (NASCIS) and Multicenter Animal SCI Study (MASCIS) centers around the country, check the list at the end of the article and call the facility nearest you for further information.
In 1990, the National Acute Spinal Cord Injury Study (NASCIS) showed that methylprednisolone modestly improves recovery without adverse side-effects--but only when given in high doses within 8 hours after injury and continued for 24 hours.