Tolerance to training was also gauged by the reports of pain or symptoms related to autonomic dysreflexia
The patient complains of an intense headache indicating a cerebrospinal fluid leak or autonomic dysreflexia
related to the surgery; the nurse must recognize these signs as possible complications and implement interventions to resolve the situation.
A sense of unease and autonomic dysreflexia
are also compatible with C-UTI in patients with spinal cord injury.
Recognition and management of autonomic dysreflexia
in pediatric spinal cord injury.
Scientifically known as autonomic dysreflexia
this is where athletes give themselves an adrenalin rush immediately before an event through violent attacks on their own bodies.
Also discussed were the concerns with autonomic dysreflexia
when blood pressure elevation needs to be monitored, regularity enforced, and the maintenance of soft formed stool.
Another complication may be the post-thrombotic syndrome, which includes persistent oedema, purpura (bleeding into the skin), increased skin pigmentation, pain, eczema-like dermatitis, pruritis (itchiness), cellulitis, ulceration, and possibly spasticity or autonomic dysreflexia
(Powell et al 1999, Warrell et al 2003).
A 19-year-old man presented with an acute quadriplegia secondary to anterior spinal artery thrombosis He required admission to the intensive care unit for ventilatory support and developed autonomic dysreflexia
within 72 hours of his first symptoms, due to paralytic ileus with distension of the bowel.
Individuals with SCI that have difficulty with manual bladder management and who have frequent infections of the urinary tract and prone to autonomic dysreflexia
are generally considered for ES bladder systems.
The former mechanic suffers from autonomic dysreflexia
, an anxiety-related condition which can lead to a heart attack.
Difficulties such as urinary tract infections, pressure sores, and autonomic dysreflexia
,(1) for example, could become life-threatening if not treated properly -- and promptly.
In medical textbooks, the process of 'boosting' is known as "autonomic dysreflexia