The Prognostic Value of Intracranial Pressure Monitoring After Severe Head Injuries
Common experiences prove the measuring of brain pressure after severe head injuries to be useful in the treatment of brain swelling The measurement of brain pressure in correlation with the initial and with later post-traumatic neurological examinations during the first seven days after an accident makes possible some statements about prognosis and survival.
KeywordsGlasgow Coma Scale Motor Response Subdural Haematoma Epidural Haematoma Severe Head Injury
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