Time series methods in the monitoring of intracranial pressure. Part 1: Problems, suggestions for a monitoring scheme and review of appropriate techniques.

  • Rama Allen
  • Published 1983 in Journal of biomedical engineering


Intracranial hypertension is a dangerous condition and poses a constant threat to patients suffering, for example, a severe head injury. Anticipation of this condition can, however, be difficult. This paper introduces problems that are created in patient management by the pathophysiology of intracranial hypertension and describes methods that have been… (More)


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