Jean-François Cantin

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PRIMARY OBJECTIVE To determine the relationships between clinical measures of executive function and attention, and laboratory measures of anticipatory locomotor adaptations with dual tasks following a TBI. METHODS AND PROCEDURES Ten people with moderate or severe TBI were compared to 10 healthy subjects for neuropsychological measures in the clinic, as(More)
OBJECTIVE To begin to understand changes in locomotor navigation in elite athletes following concussion. METHODS Clinical measures and gait analysis were undertaken on average 37.33 days (SD = 4.8) postconcussion for 6 athletes as well as for a control group of athletes matched for age, sex, and team. The locomotor task consisted of walking at a(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the effects of sensory modality of simultaneous tasks during walking with and without obstacles after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). DESIGN Group comparison study. SETTING Gait analysis laboratory within a postacute rehabilitation facility. PARTICIPANTS Volunteer sample (N=18). Persons with moderate to severe TBI(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the effects of increasingly demanding environments related to simultaneous visual tasks and physical obstructions on the locomotor ability of people with traumatic brain injury (TBI). DESIGN Group comparison study. SETTING Gait analysis laboratory within a postacute rehabilitation facility. PARTICIPANTS Volunteer sample of 9(More)
INTRODUCTION Drug-induced lupus nephritis in patients treated with TNF α inhibitor is a rare adverse effect. Anti-TNF α therapies are commonly associated with the induction of auto-antibodies, whereas anti-TNF α-induced lupus is rare, most frequently involving arthritis and cutaneous lesions. However, several renal involvement has been reported. (More)
BACKGROUND There is limited knowledge concerning the effectiveness of computer access modes. This article presents a case report of a client with a serious traumatic brain injury who, four years after his accident, tried a brain-computer interface (Cyberlink software). PURPOSE To examine the client's computer performance (keyboard and mouse tasks) and the(More)
BACKGROUND Access blood flow measurements are considered useful indicators for thrombosis prevention. It was the purpose of this study to compare measurements of access blood flow by two different techniques: duplex doppler and BTM thermodilution. METHODS Patients included must be on chronic hemodialysis on arterioveinous vascular access. They must be in(More)
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