Consensus summary statement of the International Multidisciplinary Consensus Conference on Multimodality Monitoring in Neurocritical Care

@article{Roux2014ConsensusSS,
  title={Consensus summary statement of the International Multidisciplinary Consensus Conference on Multimodality Monitoring in Neurocritical Care},
  author={Peter D. Le Roux and David K. Menon and Giuseppe Citerio and Paul M. Vespa and Mary Kay Bader and Gretchen M Brophy and Michael N Diringer and Nino Stocchetti and Walter Videtta and Rocco A. Armonda and N. Badjatia and Julian B{\"o}esel and Randall M. Chesnut and Sherry H.-Y. Chou and Jan Claassen and Marek Czosnyka and Michael A. De Georgia and Anthony A. Figaji and Jennifer E. Fugate and Raimund Helbok and David A. Horowitz and Peter John Hutchinson and Monisha A. Kumar and Molly McNett and Chad M. Miller and Andrew M. Naidech and Mauro Oddo and Daiwai M. Olson and Kristine H. O’Phelan and Jose Javier Provencio and Corinna Puppo and Richard R. Riker and Claudia S. Robertson and Michael J. Schmidt and Fabio Silvio Taccone},
  journal={Intensive Care Medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={40},
  pages={1189-1209}
}
Neurocritical care depends, in part, on careful patient monitoring but as yet there are little data on what processes are the most important to monitor, how these should be monitored, and whether monitoring these processes is cost-effective and impacts outcome. At the same time, bioinformatics is a rapidly emerging field in critical care but as yet there is little agreement or standardization on what information is important and how it should be displayed and analyzed. The Neurocritical Care… 
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