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After the revision of the guidelines on the management of spinal injuries in 1995, a re-evaluation of current practice is timely and appropriate. The present paper focuses on the management of spinal cord injuries and their appropriate acute care in England. The paper is based on the report of the England task force on the assessment and management of spinal injuries. The report states that 'it is important to differentiate between spinal cord injuries and spinal cord abnormalities (including injuries to the cauda equina)'. 'The most appropriate method of examination for each patient should be carried out in order to exclude a spinal cord injury' is a good practice guideline, though it is based on poor evidence. The paper suggests that it is essential that specialist guidelines and consensus documents which have been produced from other countries should be used to provide the basis for clinical practice in England.Albert I, Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels
Albert I (27 October 1464 in Weißenfels – 15 March 1511 in Weißenfels) was the first Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels from 1486 to 1496 and again from 1511 to his death.
Albert was the second son of John II, Duke of Saxe-Wittenberg, and his wife, Barbara, the daughter of John III of Holstein.
After his father died in 1486, Albert and his elder brother, John III, succeeded their father as co-rulers of Saxe-Wittenberg. Albert ruled from 1486 to 1496 and again from 1511 to his death. After Albert's death, John III inherited Saxe-Wittenberg.
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