Intra-thecal Baclofen pump for treatment of spasticity in Spine Cord Injury (SCI) patient with a multi-disciplinary approach
To control spasticity
Keywords:Intrathecal baclofen pump
Case-Study approach to the treatment of a spinal cord injury patient's spasticity using an intrathecal baclofen pump and a multi-disciplinary team.
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