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Predictive validity and responsiveness of the functional ambulation category in hemiparetic patients after stroke.
- J. Mehrholz, K. Wagner, Katja Rutte, D. Meissner, M. Pohl
- Psychology, Medicine
- Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
- 1 October 2007
OBJECTIVE To determine the reliability, concurrent and predictive validity, and responsiveness of the Functional Ambulation Category (FAC) in hemiparetic patients after stroke. DESIGN Prospective… Expand
Reliability of the Modified Tardieu Scale and the Modified Ashworth Scale in adult patients with severe brain injury: a comparison study
Objective: To assess and to compare the reliability of the Modified Tardieu Scale with the Modified Ashworth Scale in patients with severe brain injury and impaired consciousness. Design:… Expand
Adrenomedullin binding improves catecholamine responsiveness and kidney function in resuscitated murine septic shock
- K. Wagner, U. Wachter, +12 authors F. Wagner
- Intensive Care Medicine Experimental
- 29 October 2013
PurposeAdrenomedullin (ADM) has been referred to as a double-edged sword during septic shock: On one hand, ADM supplementation improved organ perfusion and function, attenuated systemic inflammation,… Expand
Inflammatory Effects of Hypothermia and Inhaled H2S During Resuscitated, Hyperdynamic Murine Septic Shock
Inhaling hydrogen sulfide (H2S) reduced energy expenditure resulting in hypothermia. Because the inflammatory effects of either hypothermia alone or H2S per se still are a matter of debate, we tested… Expand
Cardiopulmonary, histologic, and inflammatory effects of intravenous Na2S after blunt chest trauma-induced lung contusion in mice.
BACKGROUND When used as a pretreatment, hydrogen sulfide (H2S) either attenuated or aggravated lung injury. Therefore, we tested the hypothesis whether posttreatment intravenous Na2S (sulfide) may… Expand
Exposure to 100% Oxygen Abolishes the Impairment of Fracture Healing after Thoracic Trauma
In polytrauma patients a thoracic trauma is one of the most critical injuries and an important trigger of post-traumatic inflammation. About 50% of patients with thoracic trauma are additionally… Expand
Blunt Chest Trauma in Mice after Cigarette Smoke-Exposure: Effects of Mechanical Ventilation with 100 % O2
Cigarette smoking (CS) aggravates post-traumatic acute lung injury and increases ventilator-induced lung injury due to more severe tissue inflammation and apoptosis. Hyper-inflammation after chest… Expand
Physiological and Immune-Biological Characterization of a Long-Term Murine Model of Blunt Chest Trauma
ABSTRACT Blunt chest trauma causes pulmonary and systemic inflammation. It is still a matter of debate whether the long-term course of this inflammatory response is associated with persistent… Expand