Ana Isabel Cobo-Cuenca

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The impact of spinal cord injury and its sequels requires important efforts of adaptation. In several studies, people with spinal cord injury claim to have covered most of their needs at physical, emotional and social level, but they are not yet fully satisfied with their sexual life. Sexual function is usually impaired in men with spinal cord injuries, and(More)
AIMS the aims of this study are to assess the quality of life (QOL) of males with spinal cord injury (SCI) and to know their sexual health. We also analyze the links among clinic and sociodemographic variables, the sexual health of males with SCI and their QOL. METHOD This is a transversal cross-sectional study that was made in the hospital of Paraplegics(More)
The objective of this study is to confirm that spinal cord injury (SCI) alters the neurological pathways of sexual function (SF) and to ascertain whether other differences exist among men with SCI compared with men without SCI (WSCI) and sexual dysfunction (SD). The method comprise a case study of 98 men with SCI and SD, and 89 men with WSCI and SD as(More)
This is a summary of a presentation made in the symposium "Improved Continuous Quality Care in Patients with Pressure Ulcers and Chronic Injuries", which was held in Toledo in 2009. A 76 year old woman had been assessed (she belonged to the age group that frequently suffers this condition). She lived in a social healthcare centre and had a III stage sacral(More)
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