TABLE G-1 Spinal Cord Injury Clinical Trials, 1998 to 2003

Topic and Author(s)

Study Title

Journal Reference

Acute Care

Spinal Cord Injury Thromboprophylaxis Investigators (2003)*

Prevention of venous thromboembolism in the acute treatment phase after spinal cord injury: A randomized, multicenter trial comparing low-dose heparin plus intermittent pneumatic compression with enoxaparin.

Journal of Trauma: Injury Infection & Critical Care 54(6): 1116-1124

Geisler et al. (2001)

The Sygen multicenter acute spinal cord injury study.

Spine 26(24 Suppl): S87-98

Matsumoto et al. (2001)

Early complications of high-dose methylprednisolone sodium succinate treatment in the follow-up of acute cervical spinal cord injury.

Spine 26(4): 426-430

Mcllvoy et al. (2000)

Use of an acute spinal cord injury clinical pathway.

Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America 12(4): 521-530

Pointillart et al. (2000)

Pharmacological therapy of spinal cord injury during the acute phase.

Spinal Cord 38(2): 71-76

Prasad et al. (1999)

Characteristics of injuries to the cervical spine and spinal cord in polytrauma patient population: Experience from a regional trauma unit.

Spinal Cord 37(8): 560-568

Selden et al. (1999)*

Emergency magnetic resonance imaging of cervical spinal cord injuries: Clinical correlation and prognosis.

Neurosurgery 44(4): 785-792

Shepard et al. (1999)*

Magnetic resonance imaging and neurological recovery in acute spinal cord injury: Observations from the National Acute Spinal Cord Injury Study 3.

Spinal Cord 37(12): 833-837

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