cerebral palsy

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Synonyms for cerebral palsy

a loss or deficiency of motor control with involuntary spasms caused by permanent brain damage present at birth

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Adults with cerebral palsy are 75% more likely to have a chronic disease and twice as likely to develop cardiovascular disease and chronic respiratory disease, such as asthma.
In athetoid cerebral palsy, there are involuntary movements in hands and facial muscles and also there is fluctuating tone in muscles5.
Leona Gollins, lead midwife for PRe-CePT at SaTH, said: "PReCePT is a national programme which aims to offer eligible women in pre-term labour magnesium sulphate for the prevention and reduction of the severity of cerebral palsy. The programme has now launched on the delivery suite and involves the training of midwives and doctors so more women can be offered magnesium sulphate." PreCePT was developed by the West of England AHSN (Academic Health Science Networks) in collaboration with University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, and involved both patients and staff.
Cerebral palsy is the name for a group of lifelong conditions that affect movement and coordination, caused by abnormal development or damage to the brain that occurs before, during or soon after birth.
According to CPF, the merger of these two organisations in the field of cerebral palsy and disability will leverage the organisations' unique strengths and complementary capabilities to advance the field in new and innovative ways.
The Cerebral Palsy Foundation was established in 1977 as a voluntary charitable organization, specializing in the care of children with cerebral palsy and similar disabilities.
Half of ambulatory children and teenagers with cerebral palsy experience problems with walking.
Mahboob ur Rahman was runner for World Cerebral Palsy Day Award 2018 but his services were recognized and appreciation certificate was awarded to him.
Out of 97 children with cerebral palsy, 89 (91.7%) had abnormal neuroimaging findings.
If I could go back in time, I would tell myself what I now tell the new mothers I have visited and met, whose children have been diagnosed with cerebral palsy: 'You will laugh again.
Therefore not every diagnosis of cerebral palsy could have been prevented but if your baby receives this diagnosis as a parent you will want to know why If you have concerns in respect of the care you received during the birth of your child in the first instance it may be sensible to make a written complaint.
Two thirds of children with cerebral palsy could walk independently or with walking aids.
Key words: Quality of life; Cerebral palsy; Mothers
Blazing New Trails[TM], a new educational initiative, launched recently to bring information and support to families impacted by cerebral palsy (CP).
Children diagnosed with cerebral palsy were sampled by non-probability purposive sampling from the Cerebral Palsy clinic.
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