Category: 2021

Cardiorespiratory Analytics in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Risk for Cerebral Palsy

Identification of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit patients at highest risk for cerebral palsy early in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit stay can allow for earlier, targeted rehabilitation services starting

Shared Decision Making in Cerebral Palsy through Goal-based Patient Reported Outcome Measures

Patients, caregivers and parents are not always satisfied with the outcome of a recommended therapy or surgery because the expectations of doctors, patients, caregivers and parents differ. Initial Observations

The role of the Extracellular Matrix in Cerebral Palsy Muscle Dysfunction

Muscle stiffness and contractures are a main concern in cerebral palsy, as they limit mobility. The cause of muscle stiffness is not known. Initial Hypothesis Muscle stiffness and contractures