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SCI

(Scalable Coherent Interface) An IEEE standard for a high-speed bus that uses wire or fiber-optic cable. It can transfer data up to 1GBytes/sec.
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Other impediments to quality healthcare include transportation limitations, physical/architectural barriers, attitudinal restraints, and lack of knowledge about the specific needs of people with SCI in rural America.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) concomitant with SCI can complicate and compromise rehabilitation efforts due in part to the deficits associated with brain injury.
Founded in Genoa, Italy in 1944, SCI is currently developing several commercial, industrial and residential projects including a $700 million, 3.
Today's research focuses on a number of issues related to SCI.
From this perspective, the "what one does" component of community integration is crucial in trying to measure the degree to which individuals with SCI living in the community are also integrated into the community.
Crewe and Krause (1987) explain this variability as resulting from the wide variety of instruments used, from staff ratings to the MMPI, and whether or not a correction for somatic symptoms resulting from the SCI itself was used.
SCI can occur in a number of ways, but we will focus on traumatic injuries, that is, those injuries caused by an external force.
A lack of recruitment of new medical staff in the field of SCI is of additional concern.
Crisp (1981) surveyed 97 persons who had been referred over a 3-year period to a vocational counselor at a SCI facility in Australia.
Contained within the MCV complex is the complete continuum of care for patients with SCI, including a state-of-the-art neuroscience intensive care unit, a neuroscience progressive care unit, a neurosurgery unit, and a CARF-accredited SCI rehabilitation program.