spinal injection


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spinal injection

Introduction of fluids or medications into the spinal canal, i.e., the intrathecal space.
See also: injection
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sicca/subflava with associated bacteremia after a spinal injection procedure.
Similarly, ASCs should be used for diagnostic procedures, such as spinal injection for myelography and/or computed tomography.
Because standard-dose spinal injections of morphine can suppress the breathing reflex, patients often need help from a respirator for several hours after surgery.
In conclusion, the smaller (more acute) the angle formed between the skin and a spinal needle, the larger is the margin for successful spinal injection.
I am pleased to confirm that a new appointment for the pain-relieving spinal injection has been made.
Lymphomatous meningitis can be controlled with cytarabine, but because of the drug's short half-life, a spinal injection is required twice per week, whereas DepoCyt is dosed once every two weeks.
The bone marrow was given to India through a spinal injection after experts matched her with a donor.
We believe it also validates our proprietary Spinal Injection Platform for the safe intraspinal delivery of our cells.
This allows for a safer procedure because the catheter position can be verified -- through a test dose -- before the spinal injection is made.
He is also a member of the Colorado Society of Anesthesiologists, Colorado Pain Society, International Spinal Injection Society (ISIS), North American Spine Society (NASS), and American Board of Pain Medicine.
DABPM, Denver Pain Management is one of the few centers worldwide that regularly performs the full range of advanced, FDA-approved procedures available in Interventional Pain Management, including diagnostic spinal injection, quantitative discomanometry with provocative discography, therapeutic neural blockade, radiofrequency neurolysis, cryoneurolysis, intradiscal thermal therapy, percutaneous discectomy, epiduroscopy, central spinal stimulation, and peripheral electrical neuromodulation.
TYLER, Texas -- Results of the first comparative clinical data gathered through a randomized, prospective, double-blind, placebo controlled study comparing The IDET(TM) Procedure or IntraDiscal ElectroThermal(TM) Therapy with a placebo for the treatment of chronic discogenic low back pain will be presented Saturday, September 7, 2002 at the International Spinal Injection Society (ISIS) 10th Annual Scientific Meeting in Austin, Texas.