1 edition of Late onset polio sequelae in Denmark found in the catalog.
Late onset polio sequelae in Denmark
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Scandinavian journal of rehabilitation medicine -- no. 28.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
How polio has returned to haunt its victims in old age. Valerie Brewster contracted polio at the age of eight — one of dozens of children affected Author: Lois Rogers. Paralytic vs. "Nonparalytic" Polio. its relation to residual paresis from polio, late onset neuromuscular symptoms following poliomyelitis (LSP), and sex, in a population based sample of polio.
David M. Oshinsky is Professor of History at New York University and Director of the Division of Medical Humanities at the NYU School of Medicine. A leading historian of modern American politics and society, he is the author of A Conspiracy So Immense: The World of Joe McCarthy and "Worse Than Slavery": Parchman Farm and the Ordeal of Jim Crow Justice, both of which won major prizes and were Cited by: Prevalence of Postpolio Syndrome. PPS is the most prevalent progressive motor neuron disease in the USA.[6,7] It was reported in that , of million polio survivors in the USA presented with PPS. It is estimated that about 15–20 million people are living with polio worldwide and about 20%–80% of them will develop PPS, with 2 million in North America, , residing in.
Post-polio syndrome is a poorly understood condition that can affect people who have had polio in the past. Polio is a viral infection that used to be common in the UK, but is now rare.. Most people who had polio would have fought off the infection without even realising they were infected. About two-thirds of polio survivors are over the age of 64, according to Lawrence C. Becker, the author of a study by Post-Polio Health International, .
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Scand J Rehabil Med Suppl. ; Late onset polio sequelae in Denmark. Results of a nationwide survey of 3, polio survivors. Lønnberg F(1).Cited by: Conclusion: Nearly 60% of a sample of Dutch survivors of the polio outbreak experience late onset polio sequelae, resulting in increased severity of disabilities and handicaps.
0 by the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medi- cine and the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation AWIDE RANGE OF NEW neuromuscular complaints, designated late onset polio sequelae, has been described in polio survivorsStudies of these sequelae Cited by: Author(s): Lønnberg,Frank Title(s): Late onset polio sequelae in Denmark: results of a nationwide survey of Late onset polio sequelae in Denmark book, polio survivors/ Frank Lønnberg.
Country of Publication: Norway Publisher: Oslo, Norway: Scandinavian University Press, c In book: Infections of the Central Nervous System, pp Late onset polio sequelae in Denmark. Results of a nationwide survey of 3, polio survivors The aim of the present analyses.
Late onset polio sequelae: Disabilities and handicaps in a population-based cohort of the poliomyelitis outbreak in The Netherlands ☆ ☆☆ Author links open overlay panel Barbara Ivanyi MD a 1 Frans Nollet MD b William K.
Redekop PhD c Rob de Haan PhD, RN c Marielle Wohlgemuht MD a Jan K. van Wijngaarden MD d Marianne de Visser MD, PhD aCited by: This book on the diagnosis and management of polio-related health problems is an essential resource for polio survivors and their families and health care providers.
Julie K. Silver, who has both personal and professional experience with post-polio syndrome, begins the book by defining and describing PPS and providing a historical overview Cited by: 5. Books dealing with polio Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
S polio survivors live in Sweden, says Gunnar Grimby, M.D., professor emeritus and former head of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Göteborg, Sweden.
Polio survivors began to complain of symptoms consistent with PPS in large numbers during the early s, Dr. Grimby says. English version Introduction. Post-polio syndrome (PPS) is a condition defined by the onset of new neuromuscular symptoms that affect polio survivors, years after recovering from an initial acute attack of the poliomyelitis virus, usually responsible for paralysis by: Polio, once the most feared of diseases, is about to be eradicated.
This essay by Patrick Cockburn, first published in The Independent inrecalls the epidemic, the panic it provoked and how. Post-polio syndrome (PPS, poliomyelitis sequelae) are latent symptoms of poliomyelitis (polio), occurring at about a 25% to 40% rate (latest data greater than 80%).
It is a viral infection of the nervous system after the initial infection. Symptoms typically occur 15 to 30 years (age 35 to 60) after an initial acute paralytic lty: Infectious disease.
Nearly 60% of a sample of Dutch survivors of the polio outbreak experience late onset polio sequelae, resulting in increased severity of disabilities and handicaps. View Show abstract. Years after contracting the initial polio infection, increasing numbers of polio survivors in Australia have developed a range of symptoms, now recognised as post-polio sequelae.
The time lag from the initial infection to this second phase varies but is commonly approximately 30 years. The onset is usually slow and steady. The objective was to describe new health problems in Danish polio survivors and to find the causes or risk indicators of late onset polio sequelae.
The response rate was % ( subjects). Major outbreaks started to occur in the late 19th century in Europe and the United States. In the 20th century it became one of the most worrying childhood diseases in these areas.
The first polio vaccine was developed in the s by Jonas Salk. Soon after, Albert Sabin developed an oral vaccine, which has become the world : Poliovirus spread by fecal-oral route.
Polio Breaks Out In Newark In Roth's 'Nemesis' In his new novel, Philip Roth sets a fictional yet plausible polio outbreak in his New Jersey hometown. Set in. Bruno RL, Frick NM, Cohen, J. Polioencephalitis, stress and the etiology of post-polio sequelae.
Orthopedics ; 5. Bruno RL, Sapolsky R, Zimmerman JR, Frick NM. The pathophysi- ology of a central cause of post-polio fatigue. Ann N Y Acad Sci ; 6. Lonnberg F. Late onset polio sequelae in by: 6. The prevalence in two US polio populations was % and 64%, respectively,11 For European populations, one Dutch study reported a prevalence of late onset polio symptoms of 46%, one study from Edinburgh reported a prevalence of more than 60%, a prevalence of 52% has been reported in Estonia, with 60% for Norway, and 63% for Denmark.9,12–14Cited by: Listopia > Polio Book Lists.
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books — voters Sensory and Physically Disabled Heroines of Historical Romance. We found no correlation between age of polio onset and the severity of polio sequelae as measured by the IPPS. This finding is in accordance with previous studies which did not find a correlation between the age of onset and PPS severity , , , yet at variance with other studies .Cited by: 2.
thought to be the likely causes of late-onset muscle weakness and fatigue in polio survivors with or without acute evidence of paralysis or EMG evidence of denervation. 19,26,38 - Therefore, in Europe and North America, many prospective cohort studies are being performed to analyze the relationship between the late effects of polio or PPS and the quality of life in polio survivors [10,16,17,18].Cited by: 5.
Between the late s and early s, polio crippled aro people each year in the United States alone, making it one of the most feared diseases of the twentieth century. The polio vaccine was first introduced in ; its use since then has eradicated polio from the United States.