Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Upcoming SlideShare
What to Upload to SlideShare
Next

2

Share

Cervical Arterial Dysfunction & Clinical Practice: Moving Forward

A short description of current concepts in the understanding of vascular risk in the cervical spine, with specific reference to cervical arterial dysfunction (CAD). This presentation gives an overview of this 'umbrella term' and relates to the pathologies that fall under it.

Related Books

Free with a 30 day trial from Scribd

See all

Related Audiobooks

Free with a 30 day trial from Scribd

See all

Cervical Arterial Dysfunction & Clinical Practice: Moving Forward

  1. 1. CERVICAL ARTERIAL DYSFUNCTION & CLINICAL PRACTICE: MOVING FORWARD @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  2. 2. Risk Time/experience Cervical spine risk … where are you? @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  3. 3. @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1 WARNING Acronyms ahead!
  4. 4. @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  5. 5. @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1 Cervical arterial dysfunction • CAD covers ALL known vascular pathologies & anatomical structures that may be compromised by assessment/management Cervical artery dissection • Specific to one type of arterial pathology • Anatomical site – not stated Carotid artery dissection • Specific to one arterial vessel • Specific to one type of arterial pathology CAD
  6. 6. Cervical arterial dysfunction • CAD covers ALL known vascular pathologies & anatomical structures that may be compromised by assessment/management CAD @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  7. 7. @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1 ‘Cervical Arterial Dysfunction’ is an umbrella term
  8. 8. @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  9. 9. Diseased (Atherosclerosis)Mechanics Altered Haemodynamic Continuum Healthy normal Vessel?? TRAUMA? @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  10. 10. @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1 Healthy vessel Dissection
  11. 11. Source: DailyTelegraph Source: Daily Telegraph Phillip Hughes @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1 Sub arachnoid haemorrhage Dissection of Healthy vessel Source: DailyTelegraph Source: DailyTelegraph
  12. 12. @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1 Diseased vessel
  13. 13. Cervical Arterial Dysfunction Any cranio-cervical artery • Carotid artery • Vertebral artery • Temporal artery • Intra-cranial arteries/circle of Willis Any pathology • Atherosclerosis – Stenosis – Aneurysm – Distal emboli – TIA – Stroke • Dissection – Thrombus – Distal emboli – TIA – Stoke • Inflammation – Arteritis @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  14. 14. @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  15. 15. @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  16. 16. ASSESSMENT & SUB-GROUPING@TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  17. 17. @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  18. 18. HISTORYIdentifying CAD risk factor @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  19. 19. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION Identifying CAD risk factors @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  20. 20. High blood pressure is a level consistently at or above 140mmHg and/or 90mmHg Normal adult blood pressure is considered to be between 90/60mmHg and 120/80mmHg A blood pressure reading between 120/80mmHg and 140/90mmHg could mean you're at risk of developing high blood pressure if you don't take steps to keep your blood pressure under control. @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  21. 21. CRANIAL NERVES this should be a simple, two minute screening examination @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  22. 22. INTERVENTIONS@TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  23. 23. So what can we do with these folk? What is our reasoned framework for parameters of practice? @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  24. 24. NEXT STEPS? @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  25. 25. You can access the IFOMPT Cervical Framework Altered Haemodynamics Blog which summarises some clinical issues very well IFOMPT Cervical Framework REVISION 2018 @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  26. 26. Thanks for your feedback . . . ! alan.taylor@nottingham.ac.uk roger.Kerry@Nottingham.ac.uk @rogerkerry1@TaylorAlanJ The Pulse of Thought: Haemodynamics of the Brain and Mind @TaylorAlanJ & @RogerKerry1
  • NickiBradshaw1

    Feb. 7, 2018
  • simonesalviati0

    Feb. 7, 2018

A short description of current concepts in the understanding of vascular risk in the cervical spine, with specific reference to cervical arterial dysfunction (CAD). This presentation gives an overview of this 'umbrella term' and relates to the pathologies that fall under it.

Views

Total views

1,709

On Slideshare

0

From embeds

0

Number of embeds

416

Actions

Downloads

0

Shares

0

Comments

0

Likes

2

×