BEHAVIOR OF THE SYSTEMIC BLOOD PRESSURE, PULSE RATE AND SPINAL FLUID PRESSURE: ASSOCIATED WITH ACUTE CHANGES IN INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE ARTIFICIALLY PRODUCED

@article{Browder1938BEHAVIOROT,
  title={BEHAVIOR OF THE SYSTEMIC BLOOD PRESSURE, PULSE RATE AND SPINAL FLUID PRESSURE: ASSOCIATED WITH ACUTE CHANGES IN INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE ARTIFICIALLY PRODUCED},
  author={J. Browder and R. Meyers},
  journal={Archives of Surgery},
  year={1938},
  volume={36},
  pages={1-19}
}
  • J. Browder, R. Meyers
  • Published 1938
  • Medicine
  • Archives of Surgery
  • In a previous paper 1 it was indicated that many of the commonly employed hypotheses concerning the physiologic factors at work in a patient suffering from an acute expanding lesion of the intracranial cavity are open to challenge. The historical development of these hypotheses was traced, and specific attention was called to the wide disparities of opinion among present day surgeons concerning the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of trauma to the brain. In an attempt to account for the… CONTINUE READING
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