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Spinal Cord Info 3

SCI FORs/ Stages of Decubiti

Common FORs to be used for SCI interventions: (2) Biomechanical, Rehabilitation
Stages of Decubiti(4): Stage 1 Red, edema, epidermis/dermis involved. Red remains post-relief of 30 mins.
Stages of Decubiti(4): Stage 2 Red, edema, blistering, loss of epidermis layers. Skin opened/inlfammed, extends into fat layer. Superficial necrosis in advanced stage 2 lesions.
Stages of Decubiti(4): Stage 3 Full thickening wound, extends to muscle; loss extends through dermis to involved subcutaneous tissue
Stages of Decubiti(4): Stage 4 Deep tissue destruction extends to and includes bone destruction.
ASIA Impairment Scale (5 levels): Level A complete, no sensory or motor fx is preserved in the sacral segments S4-S5
ASIA Impairment Scale (5 levels): Level B incomplete lesion, sensory but NO motor fx preserved below neurlogical level and includes sacral segments S4-S5.
ASIA Impairment Scale (5 levels): Level C incomplete, motor fx preserved below neurological level, more than half of key muscles below neurologial level have muscle grade less than 3/5
ASIA Impairment Scale (5 levels): Level D incomplete, motor fx preserved below nerological level, more than half of key muscles below neurologial level have muscle grade greater than or equal to 3/5.
ASIA Impairment Scale (5 levels): Level E normal, sensory/motor fx are normal.
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