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  Issue Date First Author Title  
52-3 7/30/2015 Matthew J. Peterson, PhD Pressure ulcer risk of patient handling sling use  
52-2 7/23/2015 Pierre Asselin, MS Heart rate and oxygen demand of powered exoskeleton�assisted walking in persons with paraplegia  
52-2 7/23/2015 James Y. Tung, PhD Assistive technologies for self-managed pressure ulcer prevention in spinal cord injury: A scoping review  
52-1 7/23/2015 Tania Lam, PhD Training with robot-applied resistance in people with motor-incomplete spinal cord injury: Pilot study  
52-1 6/30/2015 James S. Walter, PhD Respiratory responses to stimulation of abdominal and upper-thorax intercostal muscles using multiple Permaloc® electrodes  
51-9 6/8/2015 Ashraf S. Gorgey, MPT, PhD, FACSM Effect of adjusting pulse durations of functional electrical stimulation cycling on energy expenditure and fatigue after spinal cord injury  
51-9 6/1/2015 Sarah R. Chang, BS Understanding stand-to-sit maneuver: Implications for motor system neuroprostheses after paralysis  
51-9 6/1/2015 Alan Marc Atkins TAPERING OPIOID PRESCRIPTIONS AND REDUCING POLYPHARMACY FOR INPATIENTS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY AT RANCHO LOS AMIGOS NATIONAL REHABILITATION CENTER  
51-8 5/29/2015 Ayelet Levy, MSc Computer simulations of efficacy of air-cell-based cushions in protecting against reoccurrence of pressure ulcers  
51-8 5/19/2015 Gary A. Wu, PhD Effects of conventional and alternating cushion weight-shifting in persons with spinal cord injur  
51-8 5/19/2015 John E. Ferguson, PhD Abtract - Pilot study of a strap-based custom wheelchair seating system in persons with spinal cord injury  
51-7 5/18/2015 Thomas C. Bulea, PhD Forward stair descent with hybrid neuroprosthesis after paralysis: Single case study demonstrating feasibility  
51-7 5/18/2015 Deborah Caruso, MD Survival of male patients with spinal cord injury after cardiac arrest in Department of Veterans Affairs hospital: Pilot study  
51-7 5/18/2015 Heejae Kang, BA Novel mouse model of spinal cord injury-induced heterotopic ossification  
51-6 4/16/2015 Florian P. Thomas, MD, MA, PhD OPTIMIZING MEDICAL CARE TO FACILITATE AND SUSTAIN EMPLOYMENT AFTER SPINAL CORD INJURY  
51-5 4/15/2015 Dany H. Gagnon, PT, PhD Pushrim biomechanical changes with progressive increases in slope during motorized treadmill manual wheelchair propulsion in individuals with spinal cord injury  
51-5 4/14/2015 Jicheng Fu, PhD Development of intelligent model for personalized guidance on wheelchair tilt and recline usage for people with spinal cord injury: Methodology and preliminary report  
51-5 4/14/2015 Hongwu Wang, PhD Stability analysis of electrical powered wheelchair-mounted robotic-assisted transfer device  
51-5 4/14/2015 Julie O. Murphy, BSE Feasibility of closed-loop controller for righting seated posture after spinal cord injury  
51-4 4/13/2015 Thomas A. W. Paulson, MSc Inflammation-mediating cytokine response to acute handcycling exercise with/without functional electrical stimulation-evoked lower-limb cycling  
51-3 4/8/2015 Musa L. Audu, PhD Posture-dependent control of stimulation in standing neuroprosthesis: Simulation feasibility study  
51-3 4/8/2015 Samuel Pouplin, OT, MSc Effect of dynamic keyboard and word-prediction systems on text input speed in persons with functional tetraplegia  
51-3 4/6/2015 Jeonghee Kim, MS Qualitative assessment of Tongue Drive System by people with high-level spinal cord injury  
51-2 3/25/2015 Cyril Duclos, PhD Complex muscle vibration patterns to induce gait-like lower-limb movements: Proof of concept  
51-1 3/20/2015 Silvia Leonor Olivera, MS Comparison of mental health between individuals with spinal cord injury and able-bodied controls in Neiva, Colombia  
51-1 2/23/2015 Alyssa M. Fenuta, HBSc Muscle activation during body weight-supported locomotion while using the ZeroG  
50-9 2/20/2015 Sheng-Che Yen, PT, PhD Size of kinematic error affects retention of locomotor adaptation in human spinal cord injury  
50-9 2/20/2015 Christina V. Oleson, MD Association of vitamin D deficiency, secondary hyperparathyroidism, and heterotopic ossification in spinal cord injury  
50-8 1/22/2015 Yeoun-Seung Kang, MD, PhD, CPO Biomechanical evaluation of wrist-driven flexor hinge orthosis in persons with spinal cord injury  
50-7 10/16/2014 Christof A. J. Smit, MD Prolonged electrical stimulation-induced gluteal and hamstring muscle activation and sitting pressure in spinal cord injury: Effect of duty cycle  
50-6 1/16/2014 Sina Askari, MS;1 The effect of timing electrical stimulation to robotic-assisted stepping on neuromuscular activity and associated kinematics  
50-6 1/16/2014 Linda M. Riek, DPT, PhD How "healthy" is circuit resistance training following paraplegia? Kinematic analysis associated with shoulder mechanical impingement risk  
50-6 12/19/2013 Alexander K. Ommaya, ScD Opportunities in rehabilitation research  
  Issue Date At a Glance First Author Title
50-5 11/7/2013 At a Glance Hadis Sabour, MD, PhD Cardiometabolic risk factors in Iranians with spinal cord injury: Analysis by injury-related variables
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance Dimitra Blana, PhD Selection of muscle and nerve-cuff electrodes for neuroprostheses using customizable musculoskeletal model
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance Colm T. D. Craven, MEngSc Investigation of robotic-assisted tilt-table therapy for early-stage spinal cord injury rehabilitation
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance Geoffroy Hubert, MSc Effect of service dogs on manual wheelchair users with spinal cord injury: A pilot study
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance Ari Jacob Levi Wilkenfeld, MD, PhD Review of electrical stimulation, botulinum toxin, and their combination for spastic drop foot
50-3 5/30/2013 At a Glance Fabrisia Ambrosio, PhD, PT Guest Editorial: Emergent themes from Second Annual Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
50-2 4/23/2013 At a Glance Deepan C. Kamaraj, MD Acute mountain sickness in athletes with neurological impairments
50-2 4/23/2013 At a Glance Yih-Kuen Jan, PT, PhD Comparison of changes in heart rate variability and sacral skin perfusion in response to postural changes in people with spinal cord injury
50-2 4/23/2013 At a Glance Amanda Carty, BSc, MSc, PhD Alterations in body composition and spasticity following subtetanic neuromuscular electrical stimulation training in spinal cord injury
50-2 4/23/2013 At a Glance Jennifer L. Collinger, PhD Functional priorities, assistive technology, and brain-computer interfaces after spinal cord injury
50-1 3/11/2013 At a Glance Jayanand Manjhi, PhD Effect of extremely low frequency magnetic field in prevention of spinal cord injury-induced osteoporosis
49-10 3/13/2013 At a Glance Liping Qi, PhD Effect of velocity on shoulder muscle recruitment patterns during wheelchair propulsion in nondisabled individuals: Pilot study
49-9 1/7/2013 At a Glance Shauna Dudley-Javoroski, PT, PhD Regional cortical and trabecular bone loss after spinal cord injury
49-9 1/7/2013 At a Glance Jonathan Myers, PhD Effects of customized risk reduction program on cardiovascular risk in males with spinal cord injury
49-9 1/7/2013 At a Glance Jacqueline Hind, MS, CCC-SLP Comparison of standardized bariums with varying rheological parameters on swallowing kinematics in males
49-8 12/11/2012 At a Glance Ajit B. Pai, MD Rehabilitation of injured U.S. servicemember with traumatic brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, and bilateral amputations: A case report
49-6 8/23/2012 At a Glance Beatriz Crespo-Ruiz, MSc Physical activity and transcutaneous oxygen pressure in men with spinal cord injury
49-6 8/23/2012 At a Glance Raviraj Nataraj Center of mass acceleration feedback control of functional neuromuscular stimulation for standing in presence of internal postural perturbations
49-6 8/23/2012 At a Glance Judith E. Allgrove, PhD Immunoendocrine responses of male spinal cord injured athletes to 1-hour self-paced exercise: Pilot study
49-4 5/30/2012 At a Glance Antonio J. del-Ama, Eng MSc Review of hybrid exoskeletons to restore gait following spinal cord injury
49-3 4/26/2012 At a Glance Ashraf S. Gorgey, MPT, PhD, FACSM Insulin growth factors may explain relationship between spasticity and skeletal muscle size in men with spinal cord injury
49-3 4/26/2012 At a Glance Sandra Loerakker, MSc Plasma variations of biomarkers for muscle damage in male nondisabled and spinal cord injured subjects
49-3 4/26/2012 At a Glance Catherine M. Curtin, MD Who are the women and men in Veterans Health Administrations current spinal cord injury population?
49-3 4/26/2012 At a Glance Andrew S. Cornwell, PhD Standard task set for evaluating rehabilitation interventions for individuals with arm paralysis
49-2 4/19/2012 At a Glance C. Scott Bickel, PT, PhD Matching initial torque with different stimulation parameters influences skeletal muscle fatigue
49-2 4/19/2012 At a Glance Raviraj Nataraj Center of mass acceleration feedback control for standing by functional neuromuscular stimulation: A simulation study
49-2 4/19/2012 At a Glance Loretta M. Rohde, PT, DPT Exploratory study of perceived quality of life with implanted standing neuroprostheses
49-2 4/19/2012 At a Glance Meheroz H. Rabadi, MD, MRCPI, FAAN Colonoscopic lesions in veterans with spinal cord injury
49-2 4/19/2012 At a Glance Alison M. Lichy, PT, DPT, NCS Asymmetric lower-limb bone loss after spinal cord injury: Case report
49-1 2/16/2012 At a Glance Amit Kumar, MS, PT Pilot study for quantifying driving characteristics during power wheelchair soccer
49-1 2/16/2012 At a Glance Christophe Sauret, PhD Assessment of field rolling resistance of manual wheelchairs
49-1 2/16/2012 At a Glance Vinod Sharma, PhD Clinical evaluation of semiautonomous smart wheelchair architecture (Drive-Safe System) with visually impaired individuals
49-1 2/16/2012 At a Glance Liping Qi, PhD Changes in surface electromyography signals and kinetics associated with progression of fatigue at two speeds during wheelchair propulsion
49-1 2/16/2012 At a Glance Rory A. Cooper, PhD Guest Editorial: Wheelchair research progress, perspectives, and transformation
49-1 2/16/2012 At a Glance Philip M. Ullrich, PhD Activity and participation after spinal cord injury: State-of-the-art report
48-10 1/9/2012 At a Glance Rory A. Cooper, PhD Guest Editorial: Paralympics and veterans
48-10 1/9/2012 At a Glance Saori Ishikawa, MS, ATC, CSCS Reliability of daily step activity monitoring in adults with incomplete spinal cord injury
48-9 11/21/2011 At a Glance Arnaud Faupin, PhD Effects of type and mode of propulsion on hand-cycling biomechanics in nondisabled subjects
48-8 10/25/2011 At a Glance Paul S. Sung, PhD, DHSc, PT Kinematic analysis of symmetric axial trunk rotation on dominant hip
48-8 10/25/2011 At a Glance Alicia M. Koontz, PhD, RET Development of custom measurement system for biomechanical evaluation of independent wheelchair transfers
48-7 8/31/2011 At a Glance Fuyuan Liao, PhD Using multifractal detrended fluctuation analysis to assess sacral skin blood flow oscillations in people with spinal cord injury
48-5 6/9/2011 At a Glance Edmund F. LoPresti, PhD Performance testing of collision-avoidance system for power wheelchairs
48-5 6/9/2011 At a Glance Isaline C. J. M. Eyssen, MSc, OT Responsiveness of the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure
48-3 3/22/2011 At a Glance M. Kristi Henzel, MD, PhD Pressure ulcer management and research priorities for patients with spinal cord injury: Consensus opinion from SCI QUERI Expert Panel on Pressure Ulcer Research Implementation
48-3 3/22/2011 At a Glance Kath M. Bogie, DPhil Evidence-based practice in wound care: Toward addressing our knowledge gaps
48-3 3/22/2011 At a Glance Darcey D. Terris, PhD Comparison of in-person and digital photograph assessment of stage III and IV pressure ulcers among veterans with spinal cord injuries
48-3 3/22/2011 At a Glance Jonathan S. Akins Interface shear and pressure characteristics of wheelchair seat cushions
48-2 2/11/2011 At a Glance James S. Walter, PhD Respiratory muscle pacing with chronically implanted intramuscular Permaloc electrodes: A feasibility study
48-2 2/11/2011 At a Glance Jose A. Galvez, PhD Trainer variability during step training after spinal cord injury: Implications for robotic gait-training device design
47-8 10/26/2010 At a Glance Bridget M. Smith, PhD Using VA data for research in persons with spinal cord injuries and disorders: Lessons from SCI QUERI
47-7 10/10/2010 At a Glance Orestes Freixes, PT Wheelchair axle position effect on start-up propulsion performance of persons with tetraplegia
47-7 10/19/2010 At a Glance Marieke G . M. Kloosterman, PT, MSc Influence of gravity compensation on kinematics and muscle activation patterns during reach and retrieval in subjects with cervical spinal cord injury: An explorative study
47-7 10/19/2010 At a Glance Sandra Stevens, MS Underwater treadmill training in adults with incomplete spinal cord injuries
47-5 8/2/2010 At a Glance Ligie T. John, BPT Postural control and fear of falling in persons with low-level paraplegia
47-3 5/6/2010 At a Glance Charles J. Gutierrez, PhD, RRT, FAARC Trendelenburg chest optimization prolongs spontaneous breathing trials in ventilator-dependent patients with low cervical spinal cord injury
47-2 4/15/2010 At a Glance Tae-Ro Lee, PhD Spectral and entropy changes for back muscle fatigability following spinal stabilization exercises
47-2 4/15/2010 At a Glance Ming Wu, PhD Reflex responses to combined hip and knee motion in human chronic spinal cord injury
47-1 3/22/2010 At a Glance Stephanie Nogan Bailey, BSE Neurotherapeutic and neuroprosthetic effects of implanted functional electrical stimulation for ambulation after incomplete spinal cord injury
46-9 3/12/2010   Dany Gagnon, PT, PhD Does upper-limb muscular demand differ between preferred and nonpreferred sitting pivot transfer directions in individuals with a spinal cord injury?
46-7 12/30/2009   Kenneth J. Gustafson, PhD Fascicular anatomy of human femoral nerve: Implications for neural prostheses using nerve cuff electrodes
46-7 12/30/2009   Lisa Ottomanelli, PhD Methods of a multisite randomized clinical trial of supported employment among veterans with spinal cord injury
46-4 1/1/2009   Ali Ezzati, MD Low-level laser therapy with pulsed infrared laser accelerates third-degree burn healing process in rats
46-4 1/1/2009   Joris M. Lambrecht, MS Musculoskeletal model of trunk and hips for development of seated-posture-control neuroprosthesis
46-3 1/1/2009   Rudi Kobetic, MS Development of hybrid orthosis for standing, walking, and stair climbing after spinal cord injury
46-2 1/1/2009   Christa A. Wheeler, MS Wireless wearable controller for upper-limb neuroprosthesis
46-1 1/1/2009   Kathryn Nicholson Perry, PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons) Psychological characteristics of people with spinal cord injury-related persisting pain referred to a tertiary pain management center
46-1 1/1/2009   Robert P. Yezierski, PhD Spinal cord injury pain: Spinal and supraspinal mechanisms
46-1 1/1/2009   Eva G. Widerstrm-Noga, DDS, PhD Biopsychosocial perspective on a mechanisms-based approach to assessment and treatment of pain following spinal cord injury
46-1 1/1/2009   Marcel Dijkers, PhD, FACRM Prevalence of chronic pain after traumaticspinal cord injury: A systematic review
46-1 1/1/2009   Ivan R. Molton, PhD Psychosocial factors and adjustment to chronic pain in spinal cord injury: Replication and cross-validation
46-1 1/1/2009   Eva G. Widerstrm-Noga, DDS, PhD Relationship between pain characteristics and pain adaptation type in persons with SCI
46-1 1/1/2009   Cecilia Norrbrink, RPT, PhD Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulationfor treatment of spinal cord injury neuropathic pain
46-1 1/1/2009   Mary J. Eaton, PhD Clinical feasibility for cell therapy using humanneuronal cell line to treat neuropathic behavioral hypersensitivity following spinal cord injury in rats
46-1 1/1/2009   Andrew M. Tan, PhD Early microglial inhibition preemptively mitigates chronic pain development after experimental spinal cord injury
46-1 1/1/2009   Aldric Hama, PhD Sustained antinociceptive effect of cannabinoidreceptor agonist WIN 55,212-2 over time in rat model of neuropathic spinal cord injury pain
46-1 1/1/2009   Elizabeth R. Felix, PhD Reliability and validity of quantitative sensory testing in persons with spinal cord injury and neuropathic pain
45-9 1/1/2008   Sigrid N. W. Vorrink, MSc Comparison of wheelchair wheels in terms of vibration and spasticity in people with spinal cord injury
45-7 1/1/2008   Steven J. Gartman Selection of optimal muscle set for 16-channel standing neuroprosthesis
45-7 1/1/2008   Philip S. Requejo, PhD Effect of rear suspension and speed on seat forces and head accelerations experienced by manual wheelchair riders with spinal cord injury
45-6 1/1/2008   Wei Yu, PhD Major medical conditions and VA healthcare costs near end of life for veterans with spinal cord injuries and disorders
45-6 1/1/2008   Thomas W. J. Janssen, PhD Effects of modified electrical stimulation-induced leg cycle ergometer training for individuals with spinal cord injury
45-6 1/1/2008   Dany Gagnon, PhD, PT Comparison of peak shoulder and elbow mechanical loads during weight-relief lifts and sitting pivottransfers among manual wheelchair users withspinal cord injury
45-6 1/1/2008   Philip M. Ullrich, PhD Pain among veterans with spinal cord injury
45-4 1/1/2008   Bradley G. Orris, MD A 24-hour feasibility study of intraurethral valved catheter for bladder management in males with spinal cord injury
45-4 1/1/2008   Brad E. Dicianno, MD Acute mountain sickness in disability and adaptive sports: Preliminary data
45-2 1/1/2008   Richard F. Macko, MD Exercise after stroke and spinal cord injury:Common biological mechanisms and physiological targets of training
45-2 1/1/2008   Joseph Hidler, PhD Automating activity-based interventions: The role of robotics
45-2 1/1/2008   Shauna Dudley-Javoroski, PT Muscle and bone plasticity after spinal cord injury: Review of adaptations to disuse and to electrical muscle stimulation
45-2 1/1/2008   Audrey L. Hicks, PhD Treadmill training after spinal cord injury: Its not just about the walking
45-2 1/1/2008   James V. Lynskey, PhD, PT Activity-dependent plasticity in spinal cord injury
45-1 1/1/2008   Irene M. Estores, MD Silver hydrogel urinary catheters: Evaluation of safety and efficacy in single patient with chronic spinal cord injury
45-1 1/1/2008   Arnaud Faupin, PhD Effects of backrest positioning and gear ratio on nondisabled subjects handcycling sprinting performance and kinematics
45-1 1/1/2008   Ross G. Querry, PT, PhD Synchronous stimulation and monitoring of soleus H reflex during robotic body weight-supported ambulation in subjects with spinal cord injury
45-1 1/1/2008   Larissa Bresler, MD Effective methods of pelvic plexus nerve and bladder stimulationin anesthetized animal model
45-1 1/1/2008   Christine Radtke, MD, PhD Potential of olfactory ensheathing cells for cell-based therapy in spinal cord injury
44-7 1/1/2007   Gregory A. Leskin, PhD Adaptation of life care planning to patients with polytrauma in a VA inpatient setting: Implications
for seamless care coordination
44-5 1/1/2007   Elizabeth Roy Felix, PhD Chronic pain after spinal cord injury: What characteristics make some
pains more disturbing than others?
44-5 1/1/2007   Fabrisia Ambrosio, PhD, MPT Comparison of mobility device delivery within Department of Veterans
Affairs for individuals with multiple sclerosis versus spinal cord injury
44-4 1/1/2007   Jonathan Myers, PhD Reproducibility of noninvasive cardiac output during arm exercise in
spinal cord injury
44-3 1/1/2007   Karon F. Cook, PhD Development and validation of Patient Reported Impact of Spasticity Measure (PRISM)
44-3 1/1/2007   Mark G. Bowden, MS, PT Step Activity Monitor: Accuracy and test-retest reliability in persons with incomplete spinal cord injury
44-3 1/1/2007   Alicia M. Koontz, PhD, RET Multisite comparison of wheelchair propulsion kinetics in persons with paraplegia
44-3 1/1/2007   Elizabeth Hardin, PhD Walking after incomplete spinal cord injury using an implanted FES system: A case report
44-1 1/1/2007   Peter H. Ellaway, PhD Review of physiological motor outcome measures in spinal cord injury using transcranial magnetic stimulation and spinal reflexes
44-1 1/1/2007   Sue Ann Sisto, PT, MA, PhD Dynamometry testing in spinal cord injury
44-1 1/1/2007   Robert L. Ruff, MD, PhD Directed rehabilitation reduces pain and depression while increasing independence and satisfaction with life for patients with paraplegia due
to epidural metastatic spinal cord compressi
44-1 1/1/2007   Marcalee Sipski Alexander, MD Outcomes in spinal cord injury
44-1 1/1/2007   Amiram Catz, MD, PhD Spinal Cord Independence Measure: Comprehensive ability rating scale for the spinal cord lesion patient
44-1 1/1/2007   Gordana Savic, MD, MSc Quantitative sensory tests (perceptual thresholds) in patients with spinal cord injury
44-1 1/1/2007   Marcalee Sipski Alexander, MD Development of international standards to document sexual and reproductive functions after spinal cord injury: Preliminary report
44-1 1/1/2007   MJ Mulcahey, PhD, OTR/L Assessment of upper limb in tetraplegia: Considerations in evaluation and outcomes research
44-1 1/1/2007   Ralph J. Marino, MD, MSCE Domains of outcomes in spinal cord injury for clinical trials to improve neurological function
44-1 1/1/2007   Lisa Ottomanelli, PhD Building research capacity through partnerships: Spinal Cord InjuryVocational Integration Program Implementations and Outcomes inaugural meeting
44-1 1/1/2007   Andrei V. Krassioukov, MD, PhD Assessment of autonomic dysfunction following spinal cord injury: Rationale for additions to International Standards for Neurological Assessment
43-7 11/1/2006   Elizabeth M. Hannold, PhD Locomotor training: Experiencing the changing body
43-5 8/1/2006   David J. Reinkensmeyer, PhD Tools for understanding and optimizing robotic gait training
43-4 7/1/2006   Liang Qin Liu, MB Interface pressure and cutaneous hemoglobin and oxygenation changes under ischial tuberosities during sacral nerve root stimulation in spinal cord injury
43-4 7/1/2006   Gabriel Tan, PhD, ABPP Using cranial electrotherapy stimulation to treat pain associated with spinal cord injury
43-2 3/1/2006   Regina Konz, MS Effect of restricted spinal motion on gait
43-2 3/1/2006   Ari J. Wilkenfeld, MD, PhD Feasibility of functional electrical stimulation for control of seated posture after spinal cord injury: A simulation study
43-2 3/1/2006   Brad Hedrick, PhD Employment issues and assistive technology use for persons with spinal cord injury
43-2 3/1/2006   Liang Qin Liu, MBBS Pressure changes under the ischial tuberosities of seated individuals during sacral nerve root stimulation
42-5 9/1/2005   Yenisel Cruz-Almeida, MSPH Chronicity of pain associated with spinal cord injury: A longitudinal analysis
42-5 9/1/2005   Rachel Kizony, MSc Video-capture virtual reality system for patients with paraplegic spinal cord injury
42-5 9/1/2005   Marca L. Sipski, MD Effects of vibratory stimulation on sexual response in women with spinal cord injury
42-5 9/1/2005   Amy M. Hayes, PT, MS Heart rate as a predictor of energy expenditure in people with spinal
cord injury
42-5 9/1/2005   William A. Bauman, MD Effect of a vitamin D analog on leg bone mineral density in patients with chronic spinal cord injury
42-5 9/1/2005   J. M. Marjan Hummel, PhD A multicriteria decision analysis of augmentative treatment of upper
limbs in persons with tetraplegia
42-5 9/1/2005   Diana H. Rintala, PhD Prevalence and characteristics of chronic pain in veterans with spinal cord injury
42-4 7/1/2005   Hyun Kyoon Lim, PhD Reliability of surface electromyographic measurements from subjects
with spinal cord injury during voluntary motor tasks
42-3s 3/1/2005   Olga J. E. Kilkens, PhD Relationship between manual wheelchair skill performance and participation of persons with spinal cord injuries 1 year after discharge from inpatient rehabilitation
42-3s 3/1/2005   Lucas H. V. van der Woude, PhD Guest Editorial: Background on the 3rd International Congress Restoration of (wheeled) mobility in SCI rehabilitation: State of the art III
42-3s 3/1/2005   Marcel W. M. Post, PhD Duration and functional outcome of spinal cord injury rehabilitation in the Netherlands
42-3s 3/1/2005   Annet J. Dallmeijer, PhD Hand-rim wheelchair propulsion capacity during rehabilitation of persons with spinal cord injury
42-3s 3/1/2005   Helmut Kern, MD Muscle biopsies show that FES of denervated muscles reverses human muscle degeneration from permanent spinal motoneuron lesion
42-3s 3/1/2005   Michael L. Boninger, MD Pushrim biomechanics and injury prevention in spinal cord injury: Recommendations based on CULP-SCI investigations
42-3s 3/1/2005   John F. Ditunno, Jr., MD Neurological and functional capacity outcome measures: Essential to spinal cord injury clinical trials
42-3 5/1/2005   Diana H. Rintala, PhD Subjective stress in male veterans with spinal cord injury
42-3 5/1/2005   William A. Bauman, MD Effect of pamidronate administration on bone in patients with acute spinal cord injury
42-2 3/1/2005   Christian Larivire, PhD Electromyographic activity imbalances between contralateral back muscles: An assessment of measurement properties
42-1 1/1/2005   Eling D. de Bruin, PhD A validity study of phase velocity measurements in spinal cord injury
41-6 11/1/2004   Thomas W. J. Janssen, PhD, FACSM Effects of stimulation pattern on electrical stimulation-induced leg cycling performance
41-5 9/1/2004   Amy E. Latimer, PhD An examination of the mechanisms of exercise-induced change in psychological well-being among people with spinal cord injury
41-3B 5/1/2004   Jayme S. Knutson, MS Simulated neuroprosthesis state activation and hand-position control using myoelectric signals from wrist muscles
41-2 3/1/2004   Harold L. Merriman, PhD, MPT A comparison of four electrical stimulation types on Staphylococcus aureus growth in vitro
41-1 1/1/2004   Patrick L. Jacobs, PhD Effect of variable loading in the determination of upper limb anaerobic power in persons with tetraplegia
41-1 1/1/2004   Gregory J. Schilero, MD Bronchodilator responses to metaproterenol sulfate among subjects with spinal cord injury
41-1 1/1/2004   Miroslav Radulovic, MD Effects of neostigmine and glycopyrrolate on pulmonary resistance in spinal cord injury
41-1 1/1/2004   Scott Simcox, MSEE A portable, 8-channel transcutaneous stimulator for paraplegic muscle training and mobility-A technical note
41-1 1/1/2004   Kofi Amankwah, MS Effects of spinal cord injury on lower-limb passive joint moments revealed through a nonlinear viscoelastic model
41-1 1/1/2004   Marca L. Sipski, MD Lack of justification for routine abdominal ultrasonography in patients with chronic spinal cord injury
41-1 1/1/2004   William A. Bauman, MD The relationship between energy expenditure and lean tissue in monozygotic twins discordant for spinal cord injury
41-1 1/1/2004   Jill M. Wecht, EdD Common carotid and common femoral arterial dynamics during head-up tilt in persons with spinal cord injury
41-1 1/1/2004   Mark A. Korsten, MD Difficulty with evacuation after spinal cord injury: Colonic motility during sleep and effects of abdominal wall stimulation
41-1 1/1/2004   Kersti A.M. Samuelsson, OT, PhD The effect of rear-wheel position on seating ergonomics and mobility efficiency in wheelchair users with spinal cord injuries: A pilot study
41-1 1/1/2004   Diana H. Rintala, PhD Predicting consistency of pain over a 10-year period in persons with spinal cord injury
41-1 1/1/2004   C. Scott Bickel, PT, PhD Variable-frequency-train stimulation of skeletal muscle after spinal cord injury
40-6 11/1/2003   Kath M. Bogie, Dphil Effects of regular use of neuromuscular electrical stimulation on tissue health
40-6 11/1/2003   William D. Memberg, MS Restoration of elbow extension via functional electrical stimulation in individuals with tetraplegia
40-6 11/1/2003   Susan Robinson-Whelen, PhD Informal care providers for veterans with SCI: Who are they
and how are they doing?
40-5s 9/1/2003   Charles J. Gutierrez, MS, RRT Using an evidence-based protocol to guide rehabilitation and
weaning of ventilator-dependent cervical spinal cord injury patients
40-5 9/1/2003   Susan L. Garber, MA, OTR, FAOTA, FACRM Pressure ulcers in veterans with spinal cord injury: A retrospective study
40-5 9/1/2003   Gerard M. Kelly The Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association: Serving and expanding
40-4s 7/1/2003   Marca L. Sipski, MD Translational research in spinal cord injury: Moving from animals to humans
40-4s 7/1/2003   Marca L. Sipski, MD From the bench to the body: Key issues associated with research
aimed at a cure for SCI
40-4s 7/1/2003   Timothy Schallert, PhD Brain-dependent movements and cerebral-spinal connections:
Key targets of cellular and behavioral enrichment in CNS
injury models
40-4s 7/1/2003   Christine K. Thomas, PhD Physiological methods to measure motor function in humans and
animals with spinal cord injury
40-4s 7/1/2003   Mary Bartlett Bunge, PhD Transplantation strategies to promote repair of the
injured spinal cord
40-4s 7/1/2003   Alberto Martinez-Arizala, MD Methods to measure sensory function in humans versus animals
40-4s 7/1/2003   W. Dalton Dietrich, PhD Confirming an experimental therapy prior to transfer to humans:
What is the ideal?
40-4s 7/1/2003   Jacqueline Sagen, PhD Cellular therapies for spinal cord injury: What will the FDA need
to approve moving from the laboratory to the human?
40-4s 7/1/2003   Edward D. Hall, PhD Drug development in spinal cord injury: What is the FDA
looking for?
40-4s 7/1/2003   Irene M. Estores, MD The consumers perspective and the professional literature: What
do persons with spinal cord injury want?
40-4 7/1/2003   Ivonne McDowell VAs national rehabilitation special events: Therapy at its best.
40-4 7/1/2003   Steven G. LoBello, PhD Social integration and life and family satisfaction in survivors of injury at 5 years postinjury
40-3 5/1/2003   Joseph B. Green, MD Bereitschaft (readiness potential) and supplemental motor area interaction in movement generation: Spinal cord injury and normal subjects
39-6 11/1/2002   Alicia M. Koontz, PhD, ATP Shoulder kinematics and kinetics during two speeds of wheelchair propulsion
39-6 11/1/2002   Denise L. Brown-Triolo, MS, CRC Consumer perspectives on mobility: Implications for neuroprosthesis design
39-6 11/1/2002   Thomas J. OConnor, PhD Kinetic and physiological analysis of the GAMEWheels system
39-5 9/1/2002   Susan L. Garber, MA, OTR, FAOTA A structured educational model to improve pressure ulcer prevention knowledge in veterans with spinal cord dysfunction
39-4 7/1/2002   Duncan Shirreffs Bain, PhD Remote monitoring of sitting behavior of people with spinal cord injury
39-3 5/1/2002   Rory A. Cooper, PhD Filter frequency selection for manual wheelchair biomechanics
39-3 5/1/2002   Kyoko Sakamoto, MD Preliminary study of a genetically engineered spinal cord implant on urinary bladder after experimental spinal cord injury in rats
39-3 5/1/2002   Bret L. Hicken, MA Life satisfaction following spinal cord and traumatic brain injury: A comparative study
39-3 5/1/2002   Asghar Rezasoltani, PhD Isometric cervical extension force and dimensions of semispinalis capitis muscle
39-2 3/1/2002   Jeffery D. Kocsis, PhD Cell transplantation of peripheral-myelin-forming cells to repair the injured spinal cord
39-2 3/1/2002   Donna Jo Blake, MD An overview of assistive technology for persons with multiple sclerosis
39-1 1/1/2002   James S. Walter, PhD A database of self-reported secondary medical problems among VA spinal cord injury patients: Its role in clinical care and management
39-1 1/1/2002   Thomas W.J. Janssen, PhD Normative values and determinants of physical capacity in individuals with spinal cord injury
39-1 1/1/2002   Gregory P. Samsa, PhD Use of data from nonrandomized trial designs in evidence reports: An application to treatment of pulmonary disease following spinal cord injury
39-1 1/1/2002   Pascal Malassign, MID, FIDSA Iterative design and evaluation of new prone carts for individuals with SCDs: A technical note
39-1 1/1/2002   Hiroyuki Nunome, MS A kinematic study of the upper-limb motion of wheelchair basketball shooting in tetraplegic adults
39-1 1/1/2002   Patrick L. Jacobs, PhD Circuit resistance training in persons with complete paraplegia
38-6 11/1/2001   Robert F. Kirsch, PhD Model-based development of neuroprostheses for restoring proximal arm function
38-6 11/1/2001   Warren M. Grill, PhD Emerging clinical applications of electrical stimulation: opportunities for restoration of function
38-6 11/1/2001   Kevin L. Kilgore, PhD Neuroprosthesis consumers' forum: consumer priorities for research directions
38-6 11/1/2001   John A. Davis, Jr. MD Preliminary performance of a surgically implanted neuroprosthesis for standing and transfers--where do we stand?
38-6 11/1/2001   Anthony F. DiMarco, MD Neural prostheses in the respiratory system
38-5 9/1/2001   W. Edwin Langbein, PhD Pulmonary function testing in spinal cord injury: effects of abdominal muscle stimulation
38-5 9/1/2001   Ronald J. Triolo, PhD Selectivity of intramuscular stimulating electrodes in the lower limbs
38-5 9/1/2001   Ronald Triolo, PhD Effects of stimulated hip extension moment and position on upper-limb support forces during FNS-induced standing--a technical note
38-4 7/1/2001   Michael L. Boninger, MD Shoulder imaging abnormalities in individuals with paraplegia
38-4 7/1/2001   Stephen Sprigle, PhD, PT Development of uniform terminology and procedures to describe wheelchair cushion characteristics
38-2 3/1/2001   Bjrn Peters, MSc Driving performance and workload assessment of drivers with tetraplegia: an adaptation evaluation framework
38-2 3/1/2001   Robabeh M. Moussavi, PhD Dietary and serum lipids in individuals with spinal cord injury living in the community
38-2 3/1/2001   Aileen R. Neilson, BSc, MSc Measuring the effects of seating on people with profound and multiple disabilities--a preliminary study
38-1 1/1/2001   Thomas W.J. Janssen, PhD, FACSM Physical capacity and race performance of handcycle users
38-1 1/1/2001   Peter Grevelding, MSPT Reduced push forces accompany device use during sliding transfers of seated subjects
38-1 1/1/2001   Michael Weinrich, MD Rehabilitation for the 21st Century
38-1 1/1/2001   P. Hunter Peckham, PhD Restoration of function: Current challenges and future opportunities through electrical stimulation
37-6 11/1/2000   Gery Colombo, MS Treadmill training of paraplegic patients using a robotic orthosis
37-6 11/1/2000   Tariq Rahman, PhD A body-powered functional upper limb orthosis
37-5 9/1/2000   Ahmed S. Elokda, MA, PT Effect of functional neuromuscular stimulation on postural related orthostatic stress in individuals with acute spinal cord injury
37-4 7/1/2000   Michael S. Wilson, MS Equipment specifications for supported treadmill ambulation training: A technical note
37-4 7/1/2000   JoAnne K. Gronley, DPT Electromyographic and kinematic analysis of the shoulder during four activities of daily living in men with C6 tetraplegia
37-4 7/1/2000   Peter J. van Leeuwen, MD Assessment of spinal movement reduction by thoraco-lumbar-sacral orthoses
37-3 5/1/2000   Pascal Malassign, MID, IDSA Design of the Advanced commode-shower chair for spinal cord-injured individuals
37-3 5/1/2000   Maurizio Ferrarin, DrEng, PhD Comparative biomechanical evaluation of different wheelchair seat cushions
37-2 3/1/2000   B.J. Kiratli, PhD Bone mineral and geometric changes through the femur with immobilization due to spinal cord injury
37-1 1/1/2000   Arthur M. Sherwood, PhD Altered motor control and spasticity after spinal cord injury: Subjective and objective assessment
37-1 1/1/2000   Armando B. Barreto, PhD A practical EMG-based human-computer interface for users with motor disabilities
36-3 7/1/1999   Mon Hsia Liu, BS Transcutaneous oxygen tension in subjects with paraplegia with and without pressure ulcers: A preliminary report
36-3 7/1/1999   John C. Franco, MD, MS Knee kinetics during functional electrical stimulation induced cycling in subjects with spinal cord injury: A preliminary study
36-3 7/1/1999   Michel Busnel, MD The robotized workstation "MASTER" for users with tetraplegia: Description and evaluation
36-3 7/1/1999   Edward Taub, PhD Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy: A New Family of Techniques with Broad Application to Physical Rehabilitation--A Clinical Review
36-2 4/1/1999   Derek Kamper, PhD Postural stability of wheelchair users exposed to sustained, external perturbations
36-1 1/1/1999   David M. Brienza, PhD A steering linkage for short wheelbase vehicles: Design and evaluation in a wheelchair power base--A technical note
35-4 10/1/1998   Kristjan T. Ragnarsson, MD Restorative Treatment of Persons with Spinal Cord Injury: Current Trends
35-3 7/1/1998   Paul R. Meyer, Jr.,MD, MM Is Spine Surgery Rehabilitation?
35-1 1/1/1998   Ngoc Huynh Tuong, MASc, Peng Three-dimensional evaluation of lumbar orthosis effects on
spinal behavior
34-4 10/1/1997   John J. Triano, MA, DC Use of chiropractic manipulation in lumbar rehabilitation
34-4 10/1/1997   Steven L. Wolf, PhD, FAPTA Electrokinesiologic measurement of trunk sagittal mobility and lumbar erector spinae muscle activity
34-3 7/1/1997   Thay Q. Lee, MS Biomechanical properties of human tibias in long-term spinal cord injury
33-4 10/1/1996   Lee Warren, MA Factors associated with life satisfaction among a sample of persons with neurotrauma
33-2 4/1/1996   Ronald Triolo, PhD Challenges to clinical deployment of upper limb
neuroprostheses
33-1 2/1/1996   Peter Axelson, MSME Benefits of Physical Activity for People with Spinal Cord Injuries
32-4 10/1/1995   Steven P. Hooker, PhD Peak and submaximal physiologic responses following electrical stimulation leg cycle ergometer training
32-3 7/1/1995   James M. Ford, BS, MA, KT Ultrasonic Head Controller for Powered Wheelchairs
32-2 5/1/1995   Kevin C. Maki, MS Energy Cost and Locomotive Economy of Handbike and Rowcycle Propulsion by Persons with Spinal Cord Injury
32-2 5/1/1995   Satoshi Ueda, M.D. Rehabilitation Research and Development in Physical Medicine in Japan : A Historical and State-of-the-Art Review
32-1 2/1/1995   Shalini Saxena, MS An EMG-controlled grasping system for tetraplegics
31-4 11/1/1994   Pierre-Louis Bernard, PhD Balance and stabilization capability paraplegic wheelchair athletes
31-2 5/1/1994   Annet J. Dallmeijer, MSc Anaerobic power output and propulsion technique in spinal cord injured subjects during wheelchair ergometry
31-1 1/1/1994   Satsue Hagisawa, RN, BS Assessment of skin blood content and oxygenation in spinal cord injured subjects during reactive hyperemia
31-1 1/1/1994   Thomas N. Hangartner, PhD Tibial bone density loss in spinal cord injured patients : Effects
of FES exercise
29-4 11/1/1992   Douglas A. Hobson, PhD Comparative effects of posture on pressure and shear at the body-seat interface
29-4 11/1/1992   Michele Hurlburt, MS, OT An examination of direct selection typing rate and accuracy for persons with high-level spinal cord injury using QWERTY and default on-screen keyboards
29-3 9/1/1992   Rory A. Cooper, PhD The contribution of selected anthropometric and physiological variables to 10K performance of wheelchair racers: A preliminary study
29-3 9/1/1992   Steven P. Hooker, PhD Metabolic and hemodynamic responses to concurrent voluntary arm crank and electrical stimulation leg cycle exercise in quadriplegics
29-3 9/1/1992   Louise C. Masse Biomechanical analysis of wheelchair propulsion for various seating positions
29-2 5/1/1992   James S. Walter, PhD Comparison of direct bladder and sacral nerve stimulation in spinal cats
29-2 5/1/1992   Zhenxing Jin, BS Instrumented parallel bars for three-dimensional force measurement
29-2 5/1/1992   Madison Lyles Report on the Evaluation of the Vannini-Rizzoli Stabilizing Limb Orthosis
29-1 1/1/1992   Col. Paul R. Meyer, Jr., MD, FS. Desert Storm 1991 : Orthopaedic Related Surgical Injuries
28-4 11/1/1991   Bertram N. Ezenwa, PhD Adaptive control of functional neummuscular stimulation-induced knee extension exercise
28-4 11/1/1991   Stephen F. Figoni, PhD, RKT Acute hemodynamic responses of spinal cord injured individuals to functional neuromuscular stimulation-induced knee extension exercise
28-4 11/1/1991   Mary M. Rodgers, PhD, PT Musculoskeletal responses of spinal cord injured individuals to functional neuromuscdar stimulation-induced knee extension exercise training
27-2 6/1/1990   Bennett G. Edwards, PhD, RKT Metabolic responses to arm ergometry and functional neuromuscular stimulation
27-2 6/1/1990   Leon Bennett, MAE Paraplegic pressure sore frequency versus circulation measurements
26-4 11/1/1989   Christopher J. Mathias, MBBS, DPhil, FRCP; Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of the oral antispastic agent tizanidine in patients with spinal cord injury
26-4 11/1/1989   Aaron D. Puekettt, PhD Development of a custom-fit mouthstick appliance
26-4 11/1/1989   Simon P. Levine, PhD Electrical muscle stimulation for pressure variation at the seating interface
26-3 9/1/1989   Joy Hammel, MA, OTR Clinical evaluation of a desktop robotic assistant
26-1 2/1/1989   Roger O. Smith, MOT, OTR Effectiveness of a writing system using a Computerized Long-Range Optical Pointer and 10-Branch Abbreviation Expansion
25-4 11/1/1988   Joshua S. Rovick, MS Pendular model of paraplegic swing-through crutch ambulation
23-3 9/1/1986   E. Isakov, MD Biomechanical and physiological evaluation of FES-activated paraplegic patients*
23-3 9/1/1986   E. B. Marsolais, MD, PhD Implantation techniques and experience with percutaneous intramuscular electrodes in the lower extremities
23-3 9/1/1986   Martin Ferguson-Pell, PhD Development of a modular wheelchair cushion for spinal cord injured persons
22-3 9/1/1985   Bok Y. Lee, MD, F.A.C.S. Assessment of nutritional and metabolic status of paraplegics
22-1 2/1/1985   Woodrow Seamone, B.A.E. Early Clinical Evaluation of a Robot Arm/Worktable System for Spinal-Cord-Injured Persons
21-2 5/1/1984   William A. Spencer, MD SPINAL-CORD INJURY A Protowpe "System" Model for the Prevention and Control of Severe Disability
16-2 10/1/1979   Gerhard Schmeisser, MD Low Cost Assitive Device Systems for a High Spinal-Cord Injured Person in the Home Environment
15-1 4/1/1978   Gustav Rubin, MD, F.A.C.S. An Occipito-Zygomatic Cervical Orthosis Designed for Emergency Use - A Preliminary Report