A type I lesion constitutes an absolute contraindication
to participation in contact sports because of the marked alteration in spinal mechanics to potentially predispose the athlete to injury or degenerative changes.
Consequently, researchers concluded that in selected cases, PBMV under TEE guidance was safe and thrombus restricted to the LAA is not an absolute contraindication
to the procedure.
19) Several of the components of the SARI score are also considered absolute contraindications
for hip resurfacing by the U.
Relatively few patients had an absolute contraindication
to treatment with drotrecogin alfa (activated).
The one absolute contraindication
is an intracranial neoplasm.
The study observed 30 patients for at least one year with relative or absolute contraindications
to oral anticoagulation.
Other factors associated with cancer such as immobilization, the presence of metastases, and impaired renal function with a creatinine clearance less than 30 mL/min, may increase the risk of bleeding complications but are not absolute contraindications
to anticoagulation (Thromb.
Numerous authors (5-13) have examined the safety and cost-effectiveness of PDT, and a number of absolute contraindications
(4) and relative contraindications (14) to PDT are recognized.
There are no absolute contraindications
to the use of epinephrine in a life threatening allergic reaction.
include a single neurapraxic event with evidence of cord damage or ligamentous instability, multiple episodes, or episodes with symptoms lasting greater than 36 hours.
There are few absolute contraindications
to using LARC methods, and increasing their use has the potential to reduce unintended pregnancy in the U.
According to a report developed by the UNOS Ad Hoc Donations Committee, there are three absolute contraindications
to organ donation: (1) donor transmissible infectious diseases; (2) donor active, potentially transmissible malignancy; and (3) donor characteristics in which the organ is unlikely to function.