- Durerea la bolnavii cu TVM
- Leziuni cervicale
- Leziunile medulare
- Perturbarea eliminarii urinare
- Profilaxia trombozelor venoase profunde
- Depasirea perioadei acute
I.Tudor, Carmen Chiparus, D. Serban si Ileana Simoca
ON THE PRESENT AND FUTURE IN SCI MANAGEMENT.
BUCHAREST , ROMANIA, NOVEMBER 22-23, 2002.
The seminar was arranged by dr. Ioan Tudor and his
team from Emergency hospital Batgdasar -Arseni in Bucharest, including
the Romanian Societies of Neurosurgery and Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation and Spine - Trauma Foundation, with the support
of Romanian Academy of Medical Sciences and the International
Spinal Cord Society ( ISCoS ).
The meeting was opened by several distinguished guests,
including the secretary of state of minister of health and family
affairs Luminitsa Gheeorghiu.
This seminiar was a great success with 272 registered participants
from Romania and the Republic of Moldova. The registrants included
nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, social workers,
psychologist, and doctors. Among the doctors not only rehabilitation,
neuro and orthopaedic surgeons were represented, but also urologists,
gastroenterologists, internal medicine and cardiology specialists,
and general practitioners.
The program was built up whit Romanian as well as foreign lectures
covering epidemiology, surgical stabilisation of the spine, acute
non-surgical treatment and rehabilitation, neurogenic bladder
management, sexual function, physiotherapy training, spasticity
and functional electrical stimulation, patients follow-up and
discharge, patient assessment, training of the staff ( PT, OT,
nurses ), sepsis after SCI, prevention and the organisation of
the treatment and rehabilitation of the spinal cord lesioned patients,
and a session on the future treatment possibilities. In addition
there was an impressive demonstration on how it can be possible
to create a place for active rehabilitation for spinal cord lesioned
This was made by the officially recognised nongovernmental organisation
Romanian Motivation and seems to be fast expanding. Hopefully
it may also be basis for the establishment of strong patient association
for the spinal cord lesioned persons in Romania.
At the seminar discussions for the creation of a Romanian Spinal
Cord Society was continued, and it is hoped such a society will
appear in the coming year, and become affiliated to the ISCoS.
Finally it should be mentioned that the secretary of state of
minister of health and family affairs Luminitsa Gheorghiu was
interesed to have material from ISCoS to support the centralisation
of the treatment and rehabilitation for spinal cord injured individuals
Fin Biering - Sorensen and Ioan Tudor