The records of 34 patients who showed evidence of emotional deterioration 6 months or more following traumatic brain injury were compared with a group of patients matched for severity of initial neuropsychiatric impairment who did not show deterioration. The deterioration group was more likely to have been involved in assaults and less likely to have been… (More)
Benzodiazepines are known to cause central nervous system and centrally mediated cardiovascular depression. The benzodiazepine antagonist flumazenil has been shown to antagonize benzodiazepine-induced central nervous system depression. We report a case in which cardiovascular depression secondary to benzodiazepine use was reversed by this agent.