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    1. Stoll, W; Lubben, B; Grenzebach, U
      Additional indications for decompression of the optic nerve: A differentiating analysis of restriction of the visual function - also in comatose patients.

      LARYNGO-RHINO-OTOLOGIE
    2. Blume, WT
      Current trends in electroencephalography

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROLOGY
    3. Hlatky, R; Furuya, Y; Valadka, AB; Robertson, CS
      Management of cerebral perfusion pressure

      SEMINARS IN RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    4. Schutt, S; Horn, P; Roth, H; Quintel, M; Schilling, L; Schmiedek, P; Schurer, L
      Bedside monitoring of cerebral blood flow by transcranial thermo-dye-dilution technique in patients suffering from severe traumatic brain injury or subarachnoid hemorrhage

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    5. Rossi, S; Stocchetti, N; Longhi, L; Balestreri, M; Spagnoli, D; Zanier, ER; Bellinzona, G
      Brain oxygen tension, oxygen supply, and oxygen consumption during arterial hyperoxia in a model of progressive cerebral ischemia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    6. Keren, O; Reznik, J; Groswasser, Z
      Combined motor disturbances following severe traumatic brain injury: an integrative long-term treatment approach

      BRAIN INJURY
    7. Ruchholtz, S; Waydhas, C; Aufmkolk, M; Tager, G; Piepenbrink, K; Stolke, D; Nast-Kolb, D
      A multidisciplinary quality management system (QMS) for the early treatment of severely injured patients in a trauma center in Germany

      UNFALLCHIRURG
    8. Ushio, M; Kaga, K; Sakata, H; Ogawa, Y; Makiyama, Y; Nishimoto, H
      Auditory brainstem response and temporal bone pathology findings in a brain-dead infant

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY
    9. Zwienenberg, M; Muizelaar, JP
      Cerebral perfusion and blood flow in neurotrauma

      NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH
    10. Cruz, J; Minoja, G; Okuchi, K
      Improving clinical outcomes from acute subdural hematomas with the emergency preoperative administration of high doses of mannitol: A randomized trial

      NEUROSURGERY
    11. Carter, BG; Butt, W
      Review of the use of somatosensory evoked potentials in the prediction of outcome after severe brain injury

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    12. Steiner, T; Pilz, J; Schellinger, P; Wirtz, R; Friederichs, V; Aschoff, A; Hacke, W
      Multimodal online monitoring in middle cerebral artery territory stroke

      STROKE
    13. Garzon, E; Fernandes, RMF; Sakamoto, AC
      Serial EEG during human status epilepticus - Evidence for PLED as an ictalpattern

      NEUROLOGY
    14. Lubben, B; Stoll, W; Grenzebach, U
      Optic nerve decompression in the comatose and conscious patients after trauma

      LARYNGOSCOPE
    15. Verweij, BH; Muizelaar, JP; Vinas, FC
      Hyperacute measurement of intracranial pressure, cerebral perfusion pressure, jugular venous oxygen saturation, and laser Doppler flowmetry, before and during removal of traumatic acute subdural hematoma

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    16. Rockswold, SB; Rockswold, GL; Vargo, JM; Erickson, CA; Sutton, RL; Bergman, TA; Biros, MH
      Effects of hyperbaric oxygenation therapy on cerebral metabolism and intracranial pressure in severely brain injured patients

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    17. Clusmann, H; Schaller, C; Schramm, J
      Fixed and dilated pupils after trauma, stroke, and previous intracranial surgery: management and outcome

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    18. Soldner, F; Holper, BM; Chone, L; Wallenfang, T
      Evoked potentials in acute head injured patients with MRI-detected intracerebral lesions

      ACTA NEUROCHIRURGICA
    19. Morlet, D; Bouchet, P; Fischer, C
      Mismatch negativity and N100 monitoring: Potential clinical value and methodological advances

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    20. Singh, PK
      Flumazenil and suspected benzodiazepine overdose

      JOURNAL OF ACCIDENT & EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    21. Fandino, J; Stocker, R; Prokop, S; Trentz, O; Imhof, HG
      Cerebral oxygenation and systemic trauma related factors determining neurological outcome after brain injury

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Haupt, WF; Birkmann, C; Halber, M
      Serial evoked potentials and outcome in cerebrovascular critical care patients

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    23. Macmillan, CSA; Andrews, PJD
      Cerebrovenous oxygen saturation monitoring: practical considerations and clinical relevance

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    24. Facco, E; Munari, M
      The role of evoked potentials in severe head injury

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE
    25. Buunk, G; van der Hoeven, JG; Meinders, AE
      Cerebral blood flow after cardiac arrest

      NETHERLANDS JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    26. Suazo, JAC; Maas, AIR; van den Brink, WA; van Santbrink, H; Steyerberg, EW; Avezaat, CJJ
      CO2 reactivity and brain oxygen pressure monitoring in severe head injury

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    27. Keller, E; Wietasch, G; Ringleb, P; Scholz, M; Schwarz, S; Stingele, R; Schwab, S; Hanley, D; Hacke, W
      Bedside monitoring of cerebral blood flow in patients with acute hemispheric stroke

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    28. del Castillo, MA; Nava-Cabellero, JM; Robles, A; Moreno-Molina, JA; Catalan-Ibars, RM; Zabala, E; Marruecos-Sant, L; Gracia, RM; Bonet, A
      Recommendations for the medical treatment of severe craneoencephalic traumatism

      MEDICINA CLINICA
    29. Verweij, BH; Muizelaar, JP; Vinas, FC; Peterson, PL; Xiong, Y; Lee, CP
      Impaired cerebral mitochondrial function after traumatic brain injury in humans

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    30. Diringer, MN; Yundt, K; Videen, TO; Adams, RE; Zazulia, AR; Deibert, E; Aiyagari, V; Dacey, RG; Grubb, RL; Powers, WJ
      No reduction in cerebral metabolism as a result of early moderate hyperventilation following severe traumatic brain injury

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    31. Schell, RM; Cole, DJ
      Cerebral monitoring: Jugular venous oximetry

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    32. Metz, C; Taeger, K
      Brain damage and cerebral hypoxia. Diagnostics, monitoring, therapy

      ANAESTHESIST
    33. Missori, P; Fenga, L; Maraglino, C; Rocchi, G; Nardacci, B; Calderaro, G; Salvati, M; Delfini, R
      Spontaneous acute subdural hematomas. A clinical comparison with traumaticacute subdural hematomas

      ACTA NEUROCHIRURGICA
    34. Sidi, A; Messinger, G; Mahla, ME
      Transcranial Doppler monitoring compared with invasive monitoring of intracranial pressure during acute intracranial hypertension

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MONITORING AND COMPUTING
    35. Lang, EW; Chesnut, RM
      A lesson learned from jugular venous oximetry

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
    36. Burger, R; Vince, GH; Meixensberger, J; Bendszus, M; Roosen, K
      Interrelations of laser doppler flowmetry and brain tissue oxygen pressureduring ischemia and reperfusion induced by an experimental mass lesion

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    37. Hans, P; Damas, F
      Evaluation of cerebral metabolism.

      ANNALES FRANCAISES D ANESTHESIE ET DE REANIMATION

    38. Initial management of severely head-injured patients - Recommendations forclinical practice - Introduction

      ANNALES FRANCAISES D ANESTHESIE ET DE REANIMATION
    39. Jordan, KG
      Continuous EEG monitoring in the neuroscience intensive care unit and emergency department

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    40. Golding, EM; Steenberg, ML; Contant, CF; Krishnappa, I; Robertson, CS; Bryan, RM
      Cerebrovascular reactivity to CO2 and hypotension after mild cortical impact injury

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    41. De Deyne, C
      Jugular bulb oximetry: the link between cerebral and systemic management of severe head injury

      INTENSIVE CARE MEDICINE

    42. Clinical policy for the initial approach to patients presenting with acutetoxic ingestion or dermal or inhalation exposure

      ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    43. Komiyama, M; Kan, M; Shigemoto, T; Kaji, A
      Marked regional heterogeneity in venous oxygen saturation in severe head injury studied by superselective intracranial venous sampling: Case report

      NEUROSURGERY
    44. Gopinath, SP; Valadka, AB; Uzura, M; Robertson, CS
      Comparison of jugular venous oxygen saturation and brain tissue Po-2 as monitors of cerebral ischemia after head injury

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    45. McNair, ND
      Traumatic brain injury

      NURSING CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    46. Mazzini, L; Pisano, F; Zaccala, M; Miscio, G; Gareri, F; Galante, M
      Somatosensory and motor evoked potentials at different stages of recovery from severe traumatic brain injury

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    47. Morgalla, MH; Grote, EH
      Measurement technique. Systematics and methods of intracranial pressure monitoring

      ANAESTHESIST
    48. Fandino, J; Stocker, R; Prokop, S; Imhof, HG
      Correlation between jugular bulb oxygen saturation and partial pressure ofbrain tissue oxygen during CO2 and O-2 reactivity tests in severely head-injured patients

      ACTA NEUROCHIRURGICA
    49. Wagner, W
      Median nerve SEP recordings in brain death diagnosis: Practical and theoretical importance of a differentiated recording method for the P14-potential

      KLINISCHE NEUROPHYSIOLOGIE
    50. GOLDBERG G; KARAZIM E
      APPLICATION OF EVOKED-POTENTIALS TO THE PREDICTION OF DISCHARGE STATUS IN MINIMALLY RESPONSIVE PATIENTS - A PILOT-STUDY

      The journal of head trauma rehabilitation
    51. Haupt, WF; Pawlik, G
      Contribution of initial median-nerve somatosensory evoked potentials and brainstem auditory evoked potentials to prediction of clinical outcome in cerebrovascular critical care patients: A statistical evaluation

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    52. GRUEN P; LIU C
      CURRENT TRENDS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HEAD-INJURY

      Emergency medicine clinics of North America
    53. MARION DW
      HEAD AND SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      Neurologic clinics
    54. DINKEL M; HENNES HJ
      RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE NEUROANESTHESIA WORKING GROUP OF THE IETY-OF-ANESTHESIOLOGY-AND-INTENSIVE-CARE-MEDICINE FOR THE ACUTE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH SEVERE HEAD TRAUMA

      Anasthesiologie und Intensivmedizin
    55. BROWN JIM; MOULTON RJ; KONASIEWICZ SJ; BAKER AJ
      CEREBRAL OXIDATIVE-METABOLISM AND EVOKED-POTENTIAL DETERIORATION AFTER SEVERE BRAIN INJURY - NEW EVIDENCE OF EARLY POSTTRAUMATIC ISCHEMIA

      Neurosurgery
    56. DOMENICUCCI M; STRZELECKI JW; DELFINI R
      ACUTE POSTTRAUMATIC SUBDURAL HEMATOMAS - INTRADURAL COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHIC APPEARANCE AS A FAVORABLE PROGNOSTIC FACTOR

      Neurosurgery
    57. CRUZ J
      THE FIRST DECADE OF CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF JUGULAR BULB OXYHEMOGLOBIN SATURATION - MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND CLINICAL OUTCOME

      Critical care medicine
    58. HAYMERLE A; STERZ F; KOFLER J; MARTENS P; LAGGNER AN
      LIMITATIONS OF LIFE-SUPPORT IN PATIENTS WITH ANOXIC ENCEPHALOPATHY AFTER CPR - RESULTS OF A QUESTIONNAIRE TO AUSTRIAN INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT

      Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift
    59. FORBES ML; CLARK RSB; DIXON CE; GRAHAM SH; MARION DW; DEKOSKY ST; SCHIDING JK; KOCHANEK PM
      AUGMENTED NEURONAL DEATH IN CA3 HIPPOCAMPUS FOLLOWING HYPERVENTILATION EARLY AFTER CONTROLLED CORTICAL IMPACT

      Journal of neurosurgery
    60. THIAGARAJAN A; GOVERDHAN PD; CHARI P; SOMASUNDERAM K
      THE EFFECT OF HYPERVENTILATION AND HYPEROXIA ON CEREBRAL VENOUS OXYGEN-SATURATION IN PATIENTS WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    61. LEE EJ; HUNG YC; WANG LC; CHUNG KC; CHEN HH
      FACTORS INFLUENCING THE FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE EPIDURAL HEMATOMAS - ANALYSIS OF 200 PATIENTS UNDERGOING SURGERY

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    62. RINKER CF; MCMURRY FG; GROENEWEG VR; BAHNSON FF; BANKS KL; GANNON DM
      EMERGENCY CRANIOTOMY IN A RURAL LEVEL-III TRAUMA CENTER

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    63. PAOLIN A; RODRIGUEZ G; BETETTO M; SIMINI G
      CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMIC-RESPONSE TO CO2 OTTER SEVERE HEAD-INJURY - CLINICAL AND PROGNOSTIC IMPLICATIONS

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    64. TURNER G
      CEREBRAL MALARIA

      Brain pathology
    65. LEE EJ; CHIO CC; CHANG CH; CHEN HH
      PROGNOSTIC-SIGNIFICANCE OF ALTERED CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW VELOCITY IN ACUTE HEAD TRAUMA

      Journal of the Formosan Medical Association
    66. CHIEREGATO A; ZOPPELLARI R; TARGA L
      CEREBRAL ARTERIOVENOUS PCO2 DIFFERENCE AND EARLY GLOBAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA IN A PATIENT WITH ACUTE SEVERE HEAD-INJURY

      Journal of neurosurgical anesthesiology
    67. HARRIGAN MR; TUTEJA S; NEUDECK BL
      INDOMETHACIN IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ELEVATED INTRACRANIAL-PRESSURE - A REVIEW

      Journal of neurotrauma
    68. FELDMAN Z; ROBERTSON CS
      MONITORING OF CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS WITH JUGULAR BULB CATHETERS

      Critical care clinics
    69. YUNDT KD; DIRINGER MN
      THE USE OF HYPERVENTILATION AND ITS IMPACT ON CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA IN THE TREATMENT OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

      Critical care clinics
    70. KOC RK; AKDEMIR H; OKTEM IS; MERAL M; MENKII A
      ACUTE SUBDURAL-HEMATOMA - OUTCOME AND OUTCOME PREDICTION

      Neurosurgical review
    71. WIETHOLTER S; STEUBE D
      PROGNOSIS IN VEGETATIVE STATE - DO ELECTR OPHYSIOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONSPREDICT OUTCOME

      Aktuelle Neurologie
    72. WERNER C
      HYPERVENTILATION IN INTRACRANIAL HYPERTEN SION POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITATIONS

      Anasthesiologie und Intensivmedizin
    73. WEINBROUM AA; FLAISHON R; SORKINE P; SZOLD O; RUDICK V
      A RISK-BENEFIT ASSESSMENT OF FLUMAZENIL IN THE MANAGEMENT OF BENZODIAZEPINE OVERDOSE

      Drug safety
    74. SKIPPEN P; SEEAR M; POSKITT K; KESTLE J; COCHRANE D; ANNICH G; HANDEL J
      EFFECT OF HYPERVENTILATION ON REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW IN HEAD-INJURED CHILDREN

      Critical care medicine
    75. LEE JH; MARTIN NA; ALSINA G; MCARTHUR DL; ZAUCHA K; HOVDA DA; BECKER DP
      HEMODYNAMICALLY SIGNIFICANT CEREBRAL VASOSPASM AND OUTCOME AFTER HEAD-INJURY - A PROSPECTIVE-STUDY

      Journal of neurosurgery
    76. LEROUX PD; NEWELL DW; LAM AM; GRADY MS; WINN HR
      CEREBRAL ARTERIOVENOUS OXYGEN DIFFERENCE - A PREDICTOR OF CEREBRAL INFARCTION AND OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH SEVERE HEAD-INJURY

      Journal of neurosurgery
    77. MARTIN NA; PATWARDHAN RV; ALEXANDER MJ; AFRICK CZ; LEE JH; SHALMON E; HOVDA DA; BECKER DP
      CHARACTERIZATION OF CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMIC PHASES FOLLOWING SEVERE HEADTRAUMA - HYPOPERFUSION, HYPEREMIA, AND VASOSPASM

      Journal of neurosurgery
    78. METZ C; HOLZSCHUH M
      HYPOTHERMIA AND BRAIN INJURY - RESPONSE

      Journal of neurosurgery
    79. LECHNER C; BEHSE F; MEISENZAHL E; BRUNKHORST F
      RECOVERY-TIME OF MEDIAN NERVE SEP FOLLOWI NG CEREBRAL HYPOXIA IN MAN

      EEG-EMG
    80. SERVADEI F
      PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN SEVERELY HEAD-INJURED ADULT PATIENTS WITH ACUTESUBDURAL HEMATOMAS

      Acta neurochirurgica
    81. BAKER C; MELBY V
      AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES OF INTENSIVE-CARE NURSES TOWARDS VERBAL COMMUNICATION WITH UNCONSCIOUS PATIENTS

      Journal of clinical nursing
    82. JEEVARATNAM DR; MENON DK
      SURVEY OF INTENSIVE-CARE OF SEVERELY HEAD-INJURED PATIENTS IN THE UNITED-KINGDOM

      BMJ. British medical journal
    83. BULLOCK MR; POVLISHOCK JT
      GUIDELINES FOR CEREBRAL PERFUSION-PRESSURE

      Journal of neurotrauma
    84. MELOT C; BERRE C; MORAINE JJ; KAHN RJ
      ESTIMATION OF CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW AT BEDSIDE BY CONTINUOUS JUGULAR THERMODILUTION

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    85. LAM JMK; CHAN MSY; POON WS
      CEREBRAL VENOUS OXYGEN-SATURATION MONITORING - IS DOMINANT JUGULAR BULB CANNULATION GOOD ENOUGH

      British journal of neurosurgery
    86. NEWELL DW; WEBER JP; WATSON R; AASLID R; WINN HR
      EFFECT OF TRANSIENT MODERATE HYPERVENTILATION ON DYNAMIC CEREBRAL AUTOREGULATION AFTER SEVERE HEAD-INJURY

      Neurosurgery
    87. CRUZ J
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EARLY PATTERNS OF CEREBRAL EXTRACTION OF OXYGEN AND OUTCOME FROM SEVERE ACUTE TRAUMATIC BRAIN-SWELLING - CEREBRAL ISCHERMIA OR CEREBRAL VIABILITY

      Critical care medicine
    88. STEIGER HJ; CIESSINNA E; SEILER RW
      IDENTIFICATION OF POSTTRAUMATIC ISCHEMIA AND HYPERPERFUSION BY DETERMINATION OF THE EFFECT OF INDUCED ARTERIAL-HYPERTENSION ON CARBON-DIOXIDE REACTIVITY

      Stroke
    89. MCLAUGHLIN MR; MARION DW
      CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW AND VASORESPONSIVITY WITHIN AND AROUND CEREBRAL CONTUSIONS

      Journal of neurosurgery
    90. GILSBACH JM; MAYFRANK L; LENNARTZ B
      MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE BRAIN INJURY

      Chirurg
    91. ASTRUP J; BERGHOLT B; GYLDENSTED C; BOGESVANG A; HOLDGAARD HO; DAHL B
      ISCHEMIC FOCAL LESIONS IN ACUTE HEAD-INJURY - CORRELATION TO LATE FOCAL ATROPHY

      Acta neurologica Scandinavica
    92. MURR R; STUMMER W; SCHURER L; POLASEK J
      CEREBRAL LACTATE PRODUCTION IN RELATION TO INTRACRANIAL-PRESSURE, CRANIAL COMPUTED-TOMOGRAPHY FINDINGS, AND OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH SEVEREHEAD-INJURY

      Acta neurochirurgica
    93. MASSARO F; LANOTTE M; FACCANI G; TRIOLO C
      127 CASES OF ACUTE SUBDURAL-HEMATOMA OPERATED ON - CORRELATION BETWEEN CT SCAN FINDINGS AND OUTCOME

      Acta neurochirurgica
    94. DEDEYNE C; VANDEKERCKHOVE T; DECRUYENAERE J; COLARDYN F
      ANALYSIS OF ABNORMAL JUGULAR BULB OXYGEN-SATURATION DATA IN PATIENTS WITH SEVERE HEAD-INJURY

      Acta neurochirurgica
    95. CRUZ J; ZAGER EL; SINSON GP; HOFFSTAD OJ
      CEREBRAL EXTRACTION OF OXYGEN, LACTATE PRODUCTION, AND PERFUSION-PRESSURE IN GUNSHOT WOUND TO THE HEAD - CASE-REPORT

      The journal of trauma, injury, infection, and critical care
    96. KORDESTANI RK; MARTIN NA; MCBRIDE DQ
      CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMIC DISTURBANCES FOLLOWING PENETRATING CRANIOCEREBRAL INJURY AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON OUTCOME

      Neurosurgery clinics of North America
    97. JORDAN KG
      NEUROPYSIOLOGIC MONITORING IN THE NEUROSCIENCE INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT

      Neurologic clinics
    98. LEWIS SB; MYBURGH JA; REILLY PL
      DETECTION OF CEREBRAL VENOUS DESATURATION BY CONTINUOUS JUGULAR BULB OXIMETRY FOLLOWING ACUTE NEUROTRAUMA

      Anaesthesia and intensive care
    99. LITSCHER G; SCHWARZ G; KLEINERT R
      BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIAL MONITORING - VARIATIONS OF STIMULUS ARTIFACT IN BRAIN-DEATH

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    100. ZAUNER A; BULLOCK R; DI X; YOUNG HF
      BRAIN OXYGEN, CO2, PH, AND TEMPERATURE MONITORING - EVALUATION IN THEFELINE BRAIN

      Neurosurgery


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