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William A Bauman, Ann M Spungen, Joseph F Collins, Dennis W Raisch, Chester Ho, George A Deitrick, Bernard A Nemchausky, Lance L Goetz, Jai S Park, Michael Schwartz, John L Merritt, Vidya Jayawardena, Paul Sandford, Sunil Sabharwal, Sally A Holmes, Fahima Nasar, Roy Sasaki, Vandana Punj, Karin F Zachow, Walter C Chua, MaryKutty D Thomas, Rose C Trincher
BACKGROUND: Anabolic steroids have been reported to improve wound healing. OBJECTIVE: To determine whether oxandrolone increases the percentage of target pressure ulcers (TPUs) that heal compared with placebo and whether healed ulcers remain closed 8 weeks after treatment. DESIGN: Parallel-group, placebo-controlled, randomized trial conducted from 1 August 2005 to 30 November 2008. Patients, clinical care providers, study personnel, and statisticians were blinded to treatment assignment...
May 21, 2013: Annals of Internal Medicine
Jason L Zaremski, Vidya Jayawardena, Henry L Lew
A 26-yr-old man with a C4 American Spinal Injury Association impairment scale B spinal cord injury was admitted due to a left calf pressure ulcer. The patient's initial laboratory results and physical examination findings were unremarkable, except for a stage IV pressure ulcer. On day 7, the patient developed fever and leukocytosis. A complete culture workup performed did not yield abnormalities. A computed tomography scan of the abdomen and pelvis revealed retrocecal appendicitis with a retrocecal abscess containing an appendicolith...
February 2010: American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Subramanian Vaidyanathan, Charles Peloquin, Jean-Jacques Wyndaele, Andrew Z Buczynski, Yaniv Almog, Sophia L Markantonis, Vidya Jayawardena, Bakul M Soni, Joan Cannon, Joan Vidal
The objective of this article was to determine the current practice on amikacin dosing and monitoring in spinal cord injury patients from spinal cord physicians and experts. Physicians from spinal units and clinical pharmacologists were asked to provide protocol for dosing and monitoring of amikacin therapy in spinal cord injury patients. In a spinal unit in Poland, amikacin is administered usually 0.5 g twice daily. A once-daily regimen of amikacin is never used and amikacin concentrations are not determined...
2006: TheScientificWorldJournal
Vidya Jayawardena, Meena Midha
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the usefulness of performing routine urine cultures in veterans with spinal cord injury (SCI) who come for annual evaluation. RESEARCH DESIGN/PARTICIPANTS: This retrospective study was performed on asymptomatic patients who came for outpatient annual evaluation. The records of 89 healthy male veterans with SCI between the ages of 22 and 82 years (mean age = 50.6) were reviewed from March through October 2000. METHODS: The following information was collected: patient's name, social security numbers, age, year of injury, level of injury, American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) classification, urinalysis including white blood cell (WBC) count and presence or absence of nitrite, urine culture results (> or <100,000 colony-forming units of uropathogens per milliliter), blood WBC count, and mode of bladder management...
2004: Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine
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