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Secondary insults in severe head injury--do multiply injured patients do worse?

Secondary insults in severe head injury--do multiply injured patients do worse? To study the occurrence of secondary insults and the influence of extracranial injuries on cerebral oxygenation and outcome in patients with closed severe head injury (Glasgow Coma Scale score < or =8). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Critical care medicine Pubmed

Secondary insults in severe head injury--do multiply injured patients do worse?

Critical care medicine , Volume 29 (6): -1092 – Jul 19, 2001

Secondary insults in severe head injury--do multiply injured patients do worse?


Abstract

To study the occurrence of secondary insults and the influence of extracranial injuries on cerebral oxygenation and outcome in patients with closed severe head injury (Glasgow Coma Scale score < or =8).

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ISSN
0090-3493
DOI
10.1097/00003246-200106000-00004
pmid
11395585

Abstract

To study the occurrence of secondary insults and the influence of extracranial injuries on cerebral oxygenation and outcome in patients with closed severe head injury (Glasgow Coma Scale score < or =8).

Journal

Critical care medicinePubmed

Published: Jul 19, 2001

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