Post-Polio Syndrome ebook
by Lauro S. Halstead MD
In the shortage of professional literature on post polio syndrome, this is probably the best book existed.
Ships from and sold by DelhiBookStore. In the shortage of professional literature on post polio syndrome, this is probably the best book existed. Since the post polio is the field of my professional interest, I can see some minuses in the book (eg. the problem of cold intolerance is only mentioned, but not discussed). However, every book when it comes out of print, allready misses the latest findings, the same is true for Halstead& work.
Managing Post-Polio book
Managing Post-Polio book.
With contributions from over 15 healthcare professionals, the majority of whom are polio survivors themselves, Managing Post-Polio distills and summarizes the wealth of information presented from over the past 20 plus years.
Presentation on theme: "Post-Polio Syndrome Lauro S. Halstead, . 4 A. Acute Paralytic Polio-2 Sporadic vs. epidemic disease Ancient Egypt 1916 – NYC: First major . Director, Post-Polio Program National Rehabilitation Hospital Washington, . epidemic 1920s – 1950s: Ever larger epidemics 1952 - 50,000 persons, mostly children Post-Polio Syndrome. 5 A. Acute Paralytic Polio-3 Miracle of the vaccines 1955 – Salk (killed, injection) 1961 – Sabin (weakened, oral) 1972 - Last case in . 1991 - Last case in Western Hemisphere 2004 - < 1000 cases worldwide Post-Polio Syndrome.
Dr Marcia Falconer, Melinda Guttry, Dr Lauro S Halstead, Ms Joan Headley, Dr William DeMayo, Dr Susan Perlman.
Mary-ann Liethof was a recipient of the 2007 Churchill Fellowship and in April/May 2008, she travelled to USA and Canada with goal of identifying techniques to better manage the late effects of polio These video are from a 3 hours DVD of interviewswith eminent North American Post Polio Specialists:- Dr Richard L Bruno, Dr Sophia Chun, Mr Richard Daggett, Dr Marcia Falconer, Melinda Guttry, Dr Lauro S Halstead, Ms Joan Headley, Dr William DeMayo, Dr Susan Perlman, Dr Jacquelin Perry, Dr Darren Rosenberg, Anna Rubin, Dr Daria Trojan.
Post-Polio Syndrome book.
Post-polio syndrome (PPS) is a progressive neuromuscular syndrome characterized by symptoms of weakness . Assessment and differential diagnosis for post-polio syndrome.
Post-polio syndrome (PPS) is a progressive neuromuscular syndrome characterized by symptoms of weakness, fatigue, pain in muscles and joints, and breathing and swallowing difficulties.
Special Section: Perspectives On Nonparalytic Polio And Postpolio Syndrome: Case Series. Nonparalytic Polio and Postpolio Syndrome. Halstead, Lauro S. MD; Silver, Julie K. MD. Author Information. From National Rehabilitation Hospital, Washington, DC (LSH), and the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts (JKS). All correspondence and requests for reprints should be addressed to Lauro S. Halstead, MD, National Rehabilitation Hospital, 102 Irving Street NW, Washington, DC 20010
Over the course of 14 chapters, Lauro Halstead, .
Over the course of 14 chapters, Lauro Halstead, . takes us on his unexpected life journey of challenges and growth in this memoir. As a young, vigorous college student in the early 1950s, he was suddenly paralyzed by a severe case of acute polio while traveling in Spain. Despite his polio disability, Dr. Halstead forged a pioneering career in medicine that included helping spinal cord injured men have biologic children and, when his own strength began to fail in midcareer, identifying a late phase of polio known as post-polio syndrome.