Nerve diagram of spine

Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord Injury Levels

Spinal cord injury levels can be expressed in many ways and it is important to understand the correlations for exact determination of the injury.

Nerves and affect on muscles---I had to have 2C, 3C, 4C, & 5C replaced with a plate because of spinal stenosis. It was probably from the big curve I have in my back from my legs being uneven. Lol

Human Spine and Spinal Cord Picture C1 - S5 Vertebra

This week’s Wee Answer Wednesday will be squarely focused on incontinence after a spinal cord injury. In the immediate aftermath of a spinal cord injury, t

The Spinal Cord and Muscles Working Together    The spinal cord is divided into five sections: the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal regions. The level of injury determines the extent of paralysis and/or loss of sensation. No two injuries are alike.    The diagram illustrates the connections between the major skeletal muscle groups and each level of the spinal cord. A similar organization exists for the spinal control of the internal organs.

The Spinal Cord and Muscles Working Together The spinal cord is divided into five sections: the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal regions.

Spinal Cord Injury. Remember: autonomic dysreflexia may be precipitated by a full bladder; life-threatening complication characterized by severe hypertension (also severe HA and profuse sweating); must be treated promptly to prevent a stroke. 1. Elevate HOB 2. Check for noxious stimulant (ie kinked foley).

Spinal Cord Injury · Levels of Complications: o & ↑: – § need ventilator & care for life o § diaphragm weakened o § Some respiratory with being on ventilator o § Can move neck § Some upper arm movement § Diminished.

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