neurologic status

neu·ro·log·ic sta·tus

(nūrō-lojik statŭs)
Assessment of overall condition of nervous system function.
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Survival to hospital discharge with favorable neurologic status improve approximately twofold with bystander CPR
Free copper levels, hepatic function and neurologic status were maintained or further improved after treatment for 48 weeks with WTX101 during the extension study.
Case-patient 1 was born at 38 weeks' gestation; his weight, size, and neurologic status were within reference ranges for gestational age.
1,3) The patient's neurologic status should be monitored; consider ordering imaging studies of the brain if visual complications develop.
They showed that follow-up CT of head if prompted by neurologic status change will lead to an intervention in approximately 37% of cases while CT without neurologic status will lead to an intervention in only 1% of patients.
In the event that there is concern for an acute change in neurologic status, head CT can be obtained quickly and efficiently; otherwise, the preferred pediatric neuroimaging modality is typically MRI, given its superior resolution.
Radial nerve injury may occur with fractures involving distal humerus and careful assessment of animal's neurologic status is essential.
The type of surgical treatment and timing depends upon the fracture type and neurologic status of the patient.
Rapid onset of paraplegia after kyphoscoliosis correction is a well-known fact, but in the present report, we described a case wherein gradual deterioration in the neurologic status was observed before and post deformity correction surgery [8-10].
Physical examination for SUI should include neurologic status (e.
Kutcher and researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of California, Los Angeles, will track the longitudinal neurologic status of players of both genders in sports with and without helmets (using accelerom-eter-instrumented mouth guards) throughout their career and afterward against control subjects.
Kutcher said that he and investigators from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of California, Los Angeles, will track the longitudinal neurologic status of players of both genders in sports with and without helmets (using accelerometer-instrumented mouth guards) throughout their career and afterward against control subjects.