Should the Neurointensive Care Management of Traumatic Brain Injury Patients be Individualized According to Autoregulation Status and Injury Subtype?

@article{Johnson2014ShouldTN,
  title={Should the Neurointensive Care Management of Traumatic Brain Injury Patients be Individualized According to Autoregulation Status and Injury Subtype?},
  author={Ulf Johnson and Anders Lew{\'e}n and Elisabeth Ronne-Engstr{\"o}m and Tim Howells and Per Enblad},
  journal={Neurocritical Care},
  year={2014},
  volume={21},
  pages={259-265}
}
IntroductionThe status of autoregulation is an important prognostic factor in traumatic brain injury (TBI), and is important to consider in the management of TBI patients. Pressure reactivity index (PRx) is a measure of autoregulation that has been thoroughly studied, but little is known about its variation in different subtypes of TBI. In this study, we examined the impact of PRx and cerebral perfusion pressure (CPP) on outcome in different TBI subtypes.Methods107 patients were retrospectively… CONTINUE READING

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