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Canadian c-spine criteria and nexus in the spinal trauma: comparison at a tertiary referral hospital in Turkey. Cilem Caltili1, Derya Ozturk 1, Ertugrul Altinbilek1, Nikola вЂ¦. COMPARISON OF CANADIAN C-SPINE RULE AND NEXUS Mower & Hoffman Address for correspondence:William R. Mower, MD, PhD, University of CaliforniaвЂ“Los Angeles вЂ¦.
the potential for c-spine injury. Although available devices may limit movement within the c-spine, no Although available devices may limit movement within the c-spine, no device has been shown to immobilise it completely. The purpose for this study, carried out at nine Canadian tertiary care hospitals, was to prospectively compare the NEXUS low-risk criteria to the Canadian c-spine rules for accuracy, reliability, clinical acceptability, and potential outcomes in patient care and radiography utilization.
Canadian c-spine criteria and nexus in the spinal trauma: comparison at a tertiary referral hospital in Turkey. Cilem Caltili1, Derya Ozturk 1, Ertugrul Altinbilek1, Nikola вЂ¦. The guideline incorporates the validated Canadian C-spine Rules. More: Guidance Accuracy of the Canadian C - spine rule and NEXUS to screen for clinically important cervical spine injury in patients following blunt trauma: a systematic review.
“Accuracy of the Canadian C-spine rule and NEXUS to screen”.
In the past, the lack of specific evidence-based guidelines for radiography referral contributed to considerable variation in practice.4 The NEXUS rule and the Canadian Cervical Spine Rule (CCR) are two clinical decision rules that have been developed to permit more selective and consistent ordering of c-spine radiography.5 6.
The Canadian C-spine Rule is also useful for risk stratifying patients into low risk groups that can foregoe cervical spine radiographs. While the NEXUS criteria uses 5 items, the Canadian cervical spine rule uses 3 high risk, 5 low risk and pain free rotation of the neck to stratify trauma patients.. INTERPRETATION: Based on studies with modest methodologic quality and only one direct comparison, we found that the Canadian C-spine rule appears to have better diagnostic accuracy than the NEXUS criteria. Future studies need to follow rigorous methodologic procedures to ensure that the findings are as free of bias as possible.. Canadian C-spine rule is a set of guidelines that aim to reduce unnecessary cervical spine imaging and reduce health care costs. Canadian C-spine rule was developed because there is a controversy among emergency physicians, neurosurgeons and trauma surgeons regarding the indications for C-spine вЂ¦.
6/11/2012В В· There is uncertainty about the optimal approach to screen for clinically important cervical spine (C-spine) injury following blunt trauma. We conducted a systematic review to investigate the diagnostic accuracy of the Canadian C-spine rule and the National Emergency X-Radiography Utilization Study (NEXUS) criteria, 2 rules that are available to assist emergency physicians to assess the вЂ¦ STUDY PROTOCOL Open Access Evaluation of the safety of C-spine clearance by paramedics: design and methodology Christian Vaillancourt1,2,3*вЂ , Manya Charette1, Ann Kasaboski1, Justin Maloney2,3, George A Wells1,4, Ian G Stiell1,2вЂ
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