Therapie der septischen Querschnittlähmung View Full Text


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DATE

2012-07-25

AUTHORS

M. Keil, L. Szczerba, G. Kraus, R. Abel

ABSTRACT

The frequency of infectious diseases of the spine and associated spinal cord injury are constantly increasing. Affected are multimorbid and elderly patients, mostly after prolonged medical treatment. An acute spinal cord injury due to infection is an emergency. A rapid decision for treatment strategy and if at all possible subtle debridement of the infected tissue with decompression of the spinal cord is paramount. Additionally spinal cord injury necessitates specialized treatment and care of the infection. Spinal cord injured patients in general and these patients in particular are prone to complications and need especially trained nursing personnel. It is therefore recommended that patients with vertebral osteomyelitis associated with spinal cord injury should be transferred to dedicated centres of treatment as soon as possible.Just as in cases of spondylodiscitis without spinal cord injury inconsistent surgical or insufficient antibiotic treatment worsens the prognosis significantly. If it is possible to remit the infection, the prognosis for recovery of motor and sensory function is better than in cases with traumatic spinal cord injury. In many cases at least partial recovery can be observed. More... »

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742-748

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