Injury severity as primary predictor of outcome in acute spinal cord injury: retrospective results from a large multicenter clinical trial.

@article{Coleman2004InjurySA,
  title={Injury severity as primary predictor of outcome in acute spinal cord injury: retrospective results from a large multicenter clinical trial.},
  author={William P. Coleman and Fred Geisler},
  journal={The spine journal : official journal of the North American Spine Society},
  year={2004},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={373-8}
}
BACKGROUND CONTEXT The prognostic value of injury severity and of anatomical region in acute spinal cord injury is strong, making it hard to evaluate other indicators or assess improvement without considering them. PURPOSE This study documents issues and suggests a practical way to stratify. STUDY DESIGN/SETTING Retrospective analysis of data prospectively collected for the multicenter trial of GM-1. PATIENT SAMPLE A total of 760 patients were recruited at 28 centers in North America… CONTINUE READING
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