BrainIT collaborative network: analyses from a high time-resolution dataset of head injured patients.

@article{Chambers2008BrainITCN,
  title={BrainIT collaborative network: analyses from a high time-resolution dataset of head injured patients.},
  author={Iain Chambers and Barbara Gregson and Giuseppe Citerio and Per Enblad and Tim Howells and Karl Kiening and Julia Mattern and Pelle Nilsson and Ian Piper and Arminas Ragauskas and Juan Sahuquillo and Y. H. Yau},
  journal={Acta neurochirurgica. Supplement},
  year={2008},
  volume={102},
  pages={223-7}
}
BACKGROUND The BrainIT project was conceived in 1997 and has grown into an international collaboration with the purpose of gathering high time resolution data from head injured patients utilising standardised methodologies. MATERIALS AND METHODS From 1998, 22 participating neuroscience centres collected three main types of information: demographic, physiological data and clinical treatment information. A data collection solution was provided for each centre dependent on their existing… CONTINUE READING