Clinical implementation of a novel spinal cord perfusion pressure protocol in acute traumatic spinal cord injury at a U.S. Level I trauma center: A TRACK-SCI study.

@article{Yue2019ClinicalIO,
  title={Clinical implementation of a novel spinal cord perfusion pressure protocol in acute traumatic spinal cord injury at a U.S. Level I trauma center: A TRACK-SCI study.},
  author={John K. Yue and Debra P Hemmerle and E.A. Winkler and Leigh H. Thomas and Xuan Duong Fernandez and Nikolaos Kyritsis and Jonathan Z. Pan and Lisa U. Pascual and Vineeta Singh and Philip R. Weinstein and Jason F. Talbott and J. Russell Huie and Adam R Ferguson and William D. Whetstone and Geoffrey T. Manley and Michael S. Beattie and Jacqueline C. Bresnahan and Praveen V. Mummaneni and Sanjay S. Dhall},
  journal={World neurosurgery},
  year={2019}
}

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