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Daily intermittent hypoxia enhances walking after chronic spinal cord injury

Started by Eric Harness in SCI Research on Tuesday. 0 Replies

AbstractObjectives: To test the hypothesis that daily acute intermittent hypoxia (dAIH) and dAIH combined with overground walking improve walking speed and endurance in persons with chronic incomplete spinal cord injury (iSCI).Methods: Nineteen…Continue

Tags: spinal cord injury recovery, spinal cord injury research, spinal cord injury

New SCI Fighter :) Recovery Questions

Started by Jessica Hubert in Life After SCI. Last reply by ken hensley dolor on Monday. 3 Replies

Hey Everyone!I had an SCI just about 3 months ago.  When I finished my squats on the squat rack - I was finishing up with my last set with 210lbs (I was only 115 at the time) I experienced what was called "false latching" on the smith machine.  It's…Continue

Stem cell scarring aids recovery from spinal cord injury

Started by Eric Harness in SCI Research. Last reply by Kyle Yamauchi Mar 27. 1 Reply

In a new study, researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden show that the scar tissue formed by stem cells after a spinal cord injury does not impair recovery; in fact, stem cell scarring confines the damage. The findings, which are published in…Continue

Tags: spinal cord injury research, spinal cord injury

Osteoporosis Info

Started by Kyle Yamauchi in General SCI Care Questions Mar 10. 0 Replies

Hey everyone! I found this informative video through a forum known as CareCure (http://sci.rutgers.edu/). For those of you dealing with weaker bone density, this may help a bit..…Continue

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Daily intermittent hypoxia enhances walking after chronic spinal cord injury

AbstractObjectives: To test the hypothesis that daily acute intermittent hypoxia (dAIH) and dAIH combined with overground walking improve walking speed and endurance in persons with chronic incomplete spinal cord injury (iSCI).Methods: Nineteen subjects completed the randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study. Participants received 15, 90-second hypoxic exposures (dAIH, fraction of inspired oxygen [Fio2] = 0.09) or daily normoxia (dSHAM, Fio2 = 0.21) at 60-second normoxic…See More
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