Spinal cord reconstruction surgery, nerve nutrition, with rehabilitation therapy and TCM (traditional Chinese medicine)
Mr. Ziani was admitted to Beijing Puhua International Hospital due to “bilateral lower limbs dyskinesia and sensory disturbance after trauma, with disturbance of stool and urine for more than 18 months”. He was diagnosed with “spinal cord injury”.
He was alert at admission, with fluent speech. Pupils were equal and round, in 3mm diameter, with brisk response to light. Ocular movements were intact. No nystagmus.
Muscle strength: 5/5 in the upper limbs, and 0/5 in the lower limbs. Sensation was absent in the saddle area of lower limbs. Anal reflex (-); bilateral Babinski sign (-).
After completed physical examination in admission for Spinal Cord Injury, the patient underwent Spine cord reconstruction surgery on May 8th 2013. After the operation, he was given treatments, including nerve nutrition and prevention of infection, comprehensive rehabilitation training, acupuncture.
After Spinal Cord Reconstruction Surgery and Neural Growth Factor Therapy for Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), the patient’s condition was obviously improved, and he was in very good spirits with steady vital signs and clear speech.
The patient’s sensory level was improving significantly His sensory plane is going down. He can feel abdominal pain). The incision was healing very well.
Mr. Ziani was very satisfied with the initial response to the combined Spinal Cord Reconstruction Surgery and Neural Growth Factor Therapy at Beijing Puhua International Hospital for his complete spinal cord injury (SCI).