Intrathecal baclofen infusion: an innovative approach for controlling spinal spasticity.

Abstract

Severe and disabling spasticity frequently occurs in people with multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injury. Approximately 30% of these people are treated with oral antispasmodic medications that do not provide adequate relief from spasticity (Hattab, 1980). Clinical trials with spinal stimulation and ablative neurosurgical procedures have not been as… (More)

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@article{Savoy1993IntrathecalBI, title={Intrathecal baclofen infusion: an innovative approach for controlling spinal spasticity.}, author={S M Savoy and J M Gianino}, journal={Rehabilitation nursing : the official journal of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses}, year={1993}, volume={18 2}, pages={105-13} }