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    1. Feuer, H; Jagoda, A
      Myasthenia gravis presenting as a unilateral abducens nerve palsy

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    2. Bauer, R; Fritz, H; Walter, B; Schlonski, O; Jochum, T; Hoyer, D; Zwiener, U; Reinhart, K
      Effect of mild hypothermia on cerebral oxygen uptake during gradual cerebral perfusion pressure decrease in piglets

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    3. Albanese, J; Viviand, X; Potie, F; Rey, M; Alliez, B; Martin, C
      Sufentanil, fentanyl, and alfentanil in head trauma patients: A study on cerebral hemodynamics

      CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    4. CRUZ J
      THE FIRST DECADE OF CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF JUGULAR BULB OXYHEMOGLOBIN SATURATION - MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND CLINICAL OUTCOME

      Critical care medicine
    5. LEWIS SB; MYBURGH JA; THORNTON EL; REILLY PL
      CEREBRAL OXYGENATION MONITORING BY NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY IS NOT CLINICALLY USEFUL IN PATIENTS WITH SEVERE CLOSED-HEAD INJURY - A COMPARISON WITH JUGULAR VENOUS BULB OXIMETRY

      Critical care medicine
    6. BOLTON CF
      SEPSIS AND THE SYSTEMIC INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE SYNDROME - NEUROMUSCULAR MANIFESTATIONS

      Critical care medicine
    7. SHEIKH AA; MATSUOKA T; WISNER DH
      CEREBRAL EFFECTS OF RESUSCITATION WITH HYPERTONIC SALINE AND A NEW LOW-SODIUM HYPERTONIC FLUID IN HEMORRHAGIC-SHOCK AND HEAD-INJURY

      Critical care medicine
    8. CLARK RSB; KOCHANEK PM; OBRIST WD; WONG HR; BILLIAR TR; WISNIEWSKI SR; MARION DW
      CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID AND PLASMA NITRITE AND NITRATE CONCENTRATIONS AFTER HEAD-INJURY IN HUMANS

      Critical care medicine
    9. 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
    10. GELMAN B; SCHLEIEN CL; LOHE A; KULUZ JW
      SELECTIVE BRAIN COOLING IN INFANT PIGLETS AFTER CARDIAC-ARREST AND RESUSCITATION

      Critical care medicine
    11. STEINGRUB JS; MUNDT DJ
      BLOOD-GLUCOSE AND NEUROLOGIC OUTCOME WITH GLOBAL BRAIN ISCHEMIA

      Critical care medicine
    12. CHEN R; BOLTON CF; YOUNG GB
      PREDICTION OF OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH ANOXIC COMA - A CLINICAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGIC STUDY

      Critical care medicine
    13. GOLDSTEIN B; KEMPSKI MH; DEKING D; COX C; DELONG DJ; KELLY MM; WOOLF PD
      AUTONOMIC CONTROL OF HEART-RATE AFTER BRAIN INJURY IN CHILDREN

      Critical care medicine
    14. TIETJEN CS; HURN PD; ULATOWSKI JA; KIRSCH JR
      TREATMENT MODALITIES FOR HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS WITH INTRACRANIAL PATHOLOGY - OPTIONS AND RISKS

      Critical care medicine
    15. MANSFIELD RT; PARKER MM
      CEREBRAL AUTOREGULATION DURING VENOVENOUS EXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE-OXYGENATION

      Critical care medicine
    16. MCKINLEY BA; MORRIS WP; PARMLEY CL; BUTLER BD
      BRAIN PARENCHYMA PO2, PCO2, AND PH DURING AND AFTER HYPOXIC, ISCHEMICBRAIN INSULT IN DOGS

      Critical care medicine
    17. LORENZL S; KOEDEL U; PFISTER HW
      MANNITOL, BUT NOT ALLOPURINOL, MODULATES CHANGES IN CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW, INTRACRANIAL-PRESSURE, AND BRAIN WATER-CONTENT DURING PNEUMOCOCCALMENINGITIS IN THE RAT

      Critical care medicine
    18. BECKER KJ; PURCELL LL; HACKE W; HANLEY DF
      VERTEBROBASILAR THROMBOSIS - DIAGNOSIS, MANAGEMENT, AND THE USE OF INTRAARTERIAL THROMBOLYTICS

      Critical care medicine
    19. MATTA B; MENON D
      SEVERE HEAD-INJURY IN THE UNITED-KINGDOM AND IRELAND - A SURVEY OF PRACTICE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT

      Critical care medicine
    20. TOUNG TJK; KIRSCH JR; TRAYSTMAN RJ
      ENHANCED RECOVERY OF BRAIN ELECTRICAL-ACTIVITY BY ADENOSINE 3',5'-CYCLIC-MONOPHOSPHATE FOLLOWING COMPLETE GLOBAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA IN DOGS

      Critical care medicine
    21. DEWITT DS; PROUGH DS; DEAL DD; VINES SM; HOEN H
      HYPERTONIC SALINE DOES NOT IMPROVE CEREBRAL OXYGEN DELIVERY AFTER HEAD-INJURY AND MILD HEMORRHAGE IN CATS

      Critical care medicine
    22. OCALLAHAN JG; FINK C; PITTS LH; LUCE JM
      WITHHOLDING AND WITHDRAWING OF LIFE-SUPPORT FROM PATIENTS WITH SEVEREHEAD-INJURY

      Critical care medicine
    23. RIEKE K; SCHWAB S; KRIEGER D; VONKUMMER R; ASCHOFF A; SCHUCHARDT V; HACKE W
      DECOMPRESSIVE SURGERY IN SPACE-OCCUPYING HEMISPHERIC INFARCTION - RESULTS OF AN OPEN, PROSPECTIVE TRIAL

      Critical care medicine
    24. MINK RB; DUTKA AJ
      HYPERBARIC-OXYGEN AFTER GLOBAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA IN RABBITS DOES NOT PROMOTE BRAIN LIPID-PEROXIDATION

      Critical care medicine
    25. CRUZ J; JAGGI JL; HOFFSTAD OJ
      CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW, VASCULAR-RESISTANCE, AND OXYGEN-METABOLISM IN ACUTE BRAIN TRAUMA - REDEFINING THE ROLE OF CEREBRAL PERFUSION-PRESSURE

      Critical care medicine
    26. OMARA NB; JONES PR; ANGLIN DL; COX S; NAHATA MC
      PHARMACOKINETICS OF PHENYTOIN IN CHILDREN WITH ACUTE NEUROTRAUMA

      Critical care medicine
    27. HANLEY DF; ULATOWSKI JA
      MEDICAL-MANAGEMENT OF ANEURYSMAL SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE

      Critical care medicine
    28. FERIMER HN; KUTINA KL; LAMANNA JC
      METHYL ISOBUTYL AMILORIDE DELAYS NORMALIZATION OF BRAIN INTRACELLULARPH AFTER CARDIAC-ARREST IN RATS

      Critical care medicine
    29. KRIEGER D; JAUSS M; SCHWARZ S; HACKE W
      SERIAL SOMATOSENSORY AND BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN MONITORING OF ACUTE SUPRATENTORIAL MASS LESIONS

      Critical care medicine
    30. DODSON BA; KELLY BJ; BRASWELL LM; COHEN NH
      CHANGES IN ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR NUMBER IN MUSCLE FROM CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS RECEIVING MUSCLE-RELAXANTS - AN INVESTIGATION OF THE MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF PROLONGED PARALYSIS

      Critical care medicine
    31. MEERT KL; LONG M; KAPLAN J; SARNAIK AP
      ALTERATIONS IN IMMUNE FUNCTION FOLLOWING HEAD-INJURY IN CHILDREN

      Critical care medicine
    32. TUHRIM S; HOROWITZ DR; SACHER M; GODBOLD JH
      VALIDATION AND COMPARISON OF MODELS PREDICTING SURVIVAL FOLLOWING INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE

      Critical care medicine
    33. HANLEY DF
      NEUROLOGIC CRITICAL CARE AND THE MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE HEAD-INJURY IN THE UNITED-STATES

      Critical care medicine
    34. MURRAY MJ; COURSIN DB; SCUDERI PE; KAMATH G; PROUGH DS; HOWARD DM; ABOUDONIA MA
      DOUBLE-BLIND, RANDOMIZED, MULTICENTER STUDY OF DOXACURIUM VS PANCURONIUM IN INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT PATIENTS WHO REQUIRE NEUROMUSCULAR-BLOCKINGAGENTS

      Critical care medicine
    35. GHAJAR J; HARIRI RJ; NARAYAN RK; IACONO LA; FIRLIK K; PATTERSON RH
      SURVEY OF CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT OF COMATOSE, HEAD-INJURED PATIENTSIN THE UNITED-STATES

      Critical care medicine
    36. MIRSKI MA; MUFFELMAN B; ULATOWSKI JA; HANLEY DF
      SEDATION FOR THE CRITICALLY ILL NEUROLOGIC PATIENT

      Critical care medicine
    37. PROUGH DS; POLLARD V
      CEREBRAL NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY - READY FOR PRIME-TIME

      Critical care medicine
    38. TATEISHI A; MAEKAWA T; SOEJIMA Y; SADAMITSU D; YAMAMOTO M; MATSUSHITA M; NAKASHIMA K
      QUALITATIVE COMPARISON OF CARBON DIOXIDE-INDUCED CHANGE IN CEREBRAL NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY VERSUS JUGULAR VENOUS OXYGEN-SATURATION IN ADULTS WITH ACUTE BRAIN DISEASE

      Critical care medicine
    39. CRUZ J; HOFFSTAD OJ; JAGGI JL
      CEREBRAL LACTATE-OXYGEN INDEX IN ACUTE BRAIN INJURY WITH ACUTE ANEMIA- ASSESSMENT OF FALSE VERSUS TRUE ISCHEMIA

      Critical care medicine
    40. PROUGH DS
      ABNORMAL CEREBRAL AUTOREGULATION IN AN EXPERIMENTAL-MODEL OF NEONATALEXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE-OXYGENATION

      Critical care medicine
    41. SHORT BL; WALKER LK; TRAYSTMAN RJ
      IMPAIRED CEREBRAL AUTOREGULATION IN THE NEWBORN LAMB DURING RECOVERY FROM SEVERE, PROLONGED HYPOXIA, COMBINED WITH CAROTID-ARTERY AND JUGULAR-VEIN LIGATION

      Critical care medicine
    42. WITYK RJ; STERN BJ
      ISCHEMIC STROKE - TODAY AND TOMORROW

      Critical care medicine
    43. VANDEKELFT E; SEGNARBIEUX F; CANDON E; COUCHET P; FREREBEAU P; DAURES JP
      CLINICAL RECOVERY OF CONSCIOUSNESS AFTER TRAUMATIC COMA

      Critical care medicine
    44. BRUDER N; LASSEGUE D; PELISSIER D; GRAZIANI N; FRANCOIS G
      ENERGY-EXPENDITURE AND WITHDRAWAL OF SEDATION IN SEVERE HEAD-INJURED PATIENTS

      Critical care medicine
    45. FERI M; RALLI L; FELICI M; VANNI D; CAPRIA V
      TRANSCRANIAL DOPPLER AND BRAIN-DEATH DIAGNOSIS

      Critical care medicine
    46. CLARK WM; HOTAN T; LAUTEN JD; COULL BM
      THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY OF TIRILAZAD IN EXPERIMENTAL MULTIPLE CEREBRAL EMBOLI - A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED TRIAL

      Critical care medicine
    47. KELSALL AWR; ROSSRUSSELL R; HERRICK MJ
      REVERSIBLE NEUROLOGIC DYSFUNCTION FOLLOWING - ISOFLURANE SEDATION IN PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE-CARE

      Critical care medicine
    48. LACROIX J; DEAL C; GAUTHIER M; ROUSSEAU E; FARRELL CA
      ADMISSIONS TO A PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE-CARE UNIT FOR STATUS EPILEPTICUS - A 10-YEAR EXPERIENCE

      Critical care medicine
    49. ANNANE D; TROCHE G; DELISLE F; DEVAUCHELLE P; PARAIRE F; RAPHAEL JC; GAJDOS P
      EFFECTS OF MECHANICAL VENTILATION WITH NORMOBARIC OXYGEN-THERAPY ON THE RATE OF AIR REMOVAL FROM CEREBRAL-ARTERIES

      Critical care medicine
    50. IWATSUKI N; TAKAHASHI M; ONO K; TAJIMA T
      HYPERBARIC-OXYGEN COMBINED WITH NICARDIPINE ADMINISTRATION ACCELERATES NEUROLOGIC RECOVERY AFTER CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA IN A CANINE MODEL

      Critical care medicine
    51. GREENBERG RS; HELFAER MA; KIRSCH JR; MOORE LE; TRAYSTMAN RJ
      NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITION WITH N-G-MONO-METHYL-L-ARGININE REVERSIBLY DECREASES CEREBRAL BLOOD BOW IN PIGLETS

      Critical care medicine
    52. FRANKLIN C; MATHEW J
      DEVELOPING STRATEGIES TO PREVENT INHOSPITAL CARDIAC-ARREST - ANALYZING RESPONSES OF PHYSICIANS AND NURSES IN THE HOURS BEFORE THE EVENT

      Critical care medicine
    53. PERUZZI WT; SHAPIRO BA; MEYER PR; KRUMLOVSKY F; SEO BW
      HYPONATREMIA IN ACUTE SPINAL-CORD INJURY

      Critical care medicine
    54. TOUNG TJK; KIRSCH JR; MARUKI Y; TRAYSTMAN RJ
      EFFECTS OF PENTOXIFYLLINE ON CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW, METABOLISM, AND EVOKED-RESPONSE AFTER TOTAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA IN DOGS

      Critical care medicine
    55. WALKER LK; SHORT BL; GLEASON CA; JONES MD; TRAYSTMAN RJ
      CEREBROVASCULAR RESPONSE TO CARBON-DIOXIDE IN LAMBS RECEIVING EXTRACORPOREAL MEMBRANE-OXYGENATION

      Critical care medicine
    56. BLOOMFIELD EL; BARNETT GH
      NONATHEROSCLEROTIC MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION - A RARE THROMBOEMBOLIC COMPLICATION OF CRANIOTOMY

      Critical care medicine
    57. CHERIAN L; PEEK K; ROBERTSON CS; GOODMAN JC; GROSSMAN RG
      CALORIE SOURCES AND RECOVERY FROM CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM ISCHEMIA

      Critical care medicine
    58. SCALEA TM; MALTZ S; YELON J; TROOSKIN SZ; DUNCAN AO; SCLAFANI SJA
      RESUSCITATION OF MULTIPLE TRAUMA AND HEAD-INJURY - ROLE OF CRYSTALLOID FLUIDS AND INOTROPES

      Critical care medicine
    59. GINSBERG MD
      DOES RESUSCITATIVE HYPOTHERMIA PROTECT THE ISCHEMIC BRAIN

      Critical care medicine
    60. GOLDSTEIN B; KELLY MM; BRUTON D; COX C
      INFLICTED VERSUS ACCIDENTAL HEAD-INJURY IN CRITICALLY INJURED CHILDREN

      Critical care medicine
    61. BIANCOLINI CA; DELBOSCO CG; JORGE MA; PODEROSO JJ; CAPDEVILA AA
      ACTIVE CORE REWARMING IN NEUROLOGIC, HYPOTHERMIC PATIENTS - EFFECTS ON OXYGEN-RELATED VARIABLES

      Critical care medicine
    62. KRIEGER D; ADAMS HP; RIEKE K; SCHWARZ S; FORSTING M; HACKE W
      PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF THE PROGNOSTIC-SIGNIFICANCE OF EVOKED-POTENTIALS IN ACUTE BASILAR OCCLUSION

      Critical care medicine
    63. LOUIS PT; GODDARDFINEGOLD J; FISHMAN MA; GRIGGS JR; STEIN F; LAURENT JP
      BARBITURATES AND HYPERVENTILATION DURING INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION

      Critical care medicine
    64. CRUZ J; JAGGI JL; HOFFSTAD OJ
      CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW AND OXYGEN-CONSUMPTION IN ACUTE BRAIN INJURY WITHACUTE ANEMIA - AN ALTERNATIVE FOR THE CEREBRAL METABOLIC-RATE OF OXYGEN-CONSUMPTION

      Critical care medicine
    65. CRUZ J
      COMBINED CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF SYSTEMIC AND CEREBRAL OXYGENATION IN ACUTE BRAIN INJURY - PRELIMINARY-OBSERVATIONS

      Critical care medicine
    66. CRUZ J; RAPS EC; HOFFSTAD OJ; JAGGI JL; GENNARELLI TA
      CEREBRAL OXYGENATION MONITORING

      Critical care medicine
    67. BLECK TP
      ADVANCES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF REFRACTORY STATUS EPILEPTICUS

      Critical care medicine
    68. RIVERA R; SEGNINI M; BALTODANO A; PEREZ V
      MIDAZOLAM IN THE TREATMENT OF STATUS EPILEPTICUS IN CHILDREN

      Critical care medicine
    69. TILLETT JM; MARMAROU A; AGNEW JP; CHOI SC; WARD JD
      EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS ROTATIONAL THERAPY ON INTRACRANIAL-PRESSURE IN THE SEVERELY BRAIN-INJURED PATIENT

      Critical care medicine
    70. MORIMOTO Y; YAMAMURA T; KEMMOTSU O
      INFLUENCE OF HYPOXIC AND HYPERCAPNIC ACIDOSIS ON BRAIN WATER-CONTENT AFTER FOREBRAIN ISCHEMIA IN THE RAT

      Critical care medicine
    71. BLECK TP
      TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR PATIENTS WITH THE GUILLAIN-BARRE-SYNDROME

      Critical care medicine
    72. BOUGET J; CHEVRET S; CHASTANG C; RAPHAEL JC
      PLASMA-EXCHANGE MORBIDITY IN GUILLAIN-BARRE-SYNDROME - RESULTS FROM THE FRENCH PROSPECTIVE, DOUBLE-BLIND, RANDOMIZED, MULTICENTER STUDY

      Critical care medicine
    73. FIELDS AI; COBLE DH; POLLACK MM; CUERDON TT; KAUFMAN J
      OUTCOMES OF CHILDREN IN A PERSISTENT VEGETATIVE STATE

      Critical care medicine
    74. KRIEGER D; ADAMS HP; SCHWARZ S; RIEKE K; ASCHOFF A; HACKE W
      PROGNOSTIC AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE OF PUPILLARY RESPONSES, INTRACRANIAL-PRESSURE MONITORING AND BRAIN-STEM AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN COMATOSE PATIENTS WITH ACUTE SUPRATENTORIAL MASS LESIONS

      Critical care medicine
    75. YOSHIDA N; ODA Y; NISHI S; ABE J; KAJI A; ASADA A; FUJIMORI M
      EFFECT OF BARBITURATE THERAPY ON PHENYTOIN PHARMACOKINETICS

      Critical care medicine
    76. PROULX F; LACROIX J; FARRELL CA; GAUTHIER M
      CONVULSIONS AND HYPERTENSION IN CHILDREN - DIFFERENTIATING CAUSE FROMEFFECT

      Critical care medicine
    77. DIRINGER MN
      INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE - PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

      Critical care medicine


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