Cell Sentence Context

Table 1. Analysis of context sentence of peripheral nerve tissue in 23 abstracts.

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32447292 The recent joint statement from the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA) and the European Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Therapy (ESRA) recommends neuraxial and peripheral nerve blocks for patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-2019) illness.
32489743 Neurological manifestations can further be subdivided into the central nervous system (headache, dizziness, alteration of the sensorium, ataxia encephalitis, stroke, and seizures) and peripheral nervous system (skeletal muscle injury and peripheral nerve involvement including hyposmia and hypogeusia) symptomatology.
32518172 In Miller-Fisher Syndrome, ganglioside antibodies against GD1b, instead of QG1b, were found; because the COVID-19 spike protein also binds to sialic acid-containing glycoproteins for cell-entry and anti-GD1b antibodies typically cause ataxic neuropathy, cross-reactivity between COVID-19-bearing gangliosides and peripheral nerve glycolipids was addressed.
32532937 Peripheral nerve diseases can be observed after an apparently uneventful SARS-CoV2.
32600800 Regional anesthesia, whether peripheral nerve or neuraxial, is a safe alternative for managing patients with COVID-19, by choosing modalities that mitigate pulmonary function involvement.
32731282 Multiple, peripheral and central neurological affections have been described, such as particular headache, consciousness disorders, cranial nerve disorders, peripheral nerve damage, epileptic seizures and ischemic events.
32789160 This case emphasizes the importance of proper body positioning during invasive and non-invasive mechanical ventilation in order to prevent peripheral nerve compression and further disability.
32834193 Regional anesthesia, whether peripheral nerve or neuraxial, is a safe alternative for managing patients with COVID-19, by choosing modalities that mitigate pulmonary function involvement.
32928122 The primary measured endpoint is time to intubate (TTI), which is defined as time taken from loss of twitches confirmed with a peripheral nerve stimulator to confirmation of end-tidal CO 2. 15 s was used as non-inferiority margin for the purpose of the study.
32935156 We analyzed all published reports on SARS-CoV-2-related peripheral nerve, neuromuscular junction, muscle, and cranial nerve disorders.
32942792 This focused review of local anesthetics and steroids utilized in interventional pain management for epidural injections, peripheral nerve blocks, and intraarticular injections by multiple database searches.
32974019 Some patients show neurological manifestations such as headache, dizziness, cerebrovascular disease, peripheral nerve and muscle symptoms and smell and taste impairment.
33005547 The distribution of peripheral nerve blocks (PNBs) showed that upper extremity blocks were used at a rate of 64.9%, lower extremity blocks at 30.38%, and trunk blocks at 15%.
33039218 Neuropsychiatric symptoms have been described in the literature, and patients can exhibit findings consistent with viral encephalitis, cerebral vascular disease, peripheral nerve disorders, and psychosis.
33051390 SARS-Cov-2 infection may result in peripheral neuropathy and myopathy, although direct infection of the peripheral nerve and muscle by SARS-Cov-2 is exceedingly rare. […] In this review, we aimed to report the peripheral nerve and muscle disorders associated with SARS-Cov-2 and their possible underlying pathophysiological mechanisms.
33101175 The proper understanding of the expression and dissemination of ACE2 in central and peripheral nerve systems is crucial to understand better the neurological morbidity caused by COVID-19.
33258748 Peripheral nerve injury can occur in COVID-19 patients secondary to post-infectious inflammatory neuropathy, prone positioning-related stretch/compression injury, systemic neuropathy, or nerve entrapment from hematoma. […] Imaging of peripheral nerves in COVID-19 patients may help characterize nerve pathology, identify site and severity of nerve damage, and potentially elucidate mechanisms of injury thereby aiding the medical diagnosis and decisionmaking process. […] This review article aims to provide a first comprehensive summary of the current knowledge of COVID-19 and peripheral nerve imaging.
33313649 In parallel, but separately, members of the British Peripheral Nerve Society prospectively reported incident cases of GBS during the pandemic at their hospitals to a central register.
33395478 This case series reports the location, severity, and prevalence of focal peripheral nerve injuries involving the upper limb identified in an acute COVID-19 rehabilitation setting. […] Participants were patients with suspected peripheral nerve injuries following discharge from COVID-19 critical care who were referred to the peripheral nerve injury multidisciplinary team. […] In this subgroup, a total of 15 patients were identified with clinical findings of peripheral nerve injuries within the upper limb. […] Peripheral nerve injuries can be associated with prone positioning on intensive care units, although other mechanisms, such as those of a neuroinflammatory nature, cannot be excluded. […] Proning-related upper limb peripheral nerve injuries are not discussed widely in the literature and could be an area of further consideration when critical care units review their proning protocols. […] Physical therapists treating these patients play a key part in the management of this group of patients by optimizing the positioning of patients during proning, making early identification of peripheral nerve injuries, providing rehabilitation interventions, and referring to specialist services if necessary.
33411735 These serious immunological complications, characterized by cytokine storms, are responsible for amplifying peripheral nerve damage.
33417221 This virus can directly invade the brain through olfactory bulb, retrograde axonal transport from peripheral nerve endings, or via hematogenous or lymphatic routes.
33534911 We would like to draw attention to the fact that there is a risk of peripheral nerve injury in the event of prolonged PP and recommend extra controls, careful positioning and extra padding at the areas where peripheral nerves may be exposed to pressure.
33584720 Here, we provide an overview of associated literature regarding possible routes of COVID-19 neuroinvasion, such as the trans-synapse-connected route in the olfactory pathway and peripheral nerve terminals and its neurological implications in the central nervous system.