Mechanisms of Pulmonary Complications after Spinal Cord Injury

Mechanisms of Pulmonary Complications after Spinal Cord Injury

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Author(s): Kunrui He, Yongxin Lin

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.2563 21 40 29-32 Volume 11 - Mar 2022

Abstract

Background: Pulmonary complications caused by spinal cord injury (SCI) pose a serious threat to patients’ health and quality of life. Understanding the potential injury mechanism of pulmonary complications caused by this destructive disease is necessary for the study of SCI and the guidance of clinical treatment. This article reviews the current situation and progress of exploring the mechanism of pulmonary complications caused by SCI.

Keywords

Spinal Cord Injury, Pulmonary Complications, Mechanism

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