Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury

Title Author Year Publication
Determining the Upper and Lower Limits of Cerebral Autoregulation With Cerebral Oximetry Autoregulation Curves: A Case Series.Rivera-Lara L, Zorrilla-Vaca A, Healy RJ, et al.2017Crit Care Med.
Optimal Cerebral Perfusion Pressure in Centers
With Different Treatment Protocols
Howells T, Smielewski P, Donnelly J, Czosnyka M, et al.2018Crit Care Med.
Traumatic brain injury: a
priority for public health policy
Quaglio G, Gallucci M, Brand H, et al.2017The Lancet Neurology
Traumatic brain injury: a global challengeJohnson WD, & Griswold DP2017The Lancet Neurology
Andrew Maas (and the bird on his shoulder)Burton A.2017The Lancet Neurology
David Menon: the incredible, incurable, clinical rationalistMorgan J2017The Lancet Neurology
The CENTER-TBI core study: The making-ofBurton A.2017The Lancet Neurology
Traumatic brain injury: integrated approaches to improve prevention, clinical care, and researchMaas AIR, Menon DK., Adelson PD, et al.2017The Lancet Neurology
Pressure Autoregulation Measurement Techniques in Adult TBI, Part I: A Scoping Review of Intermittent/Semi-Intermittent Methods.Zeiler FA, Donnelly J, Calviello L et al.2017Neurotrauma. [Epub ahead of print]
Pressure Autoregulation Measurement Techniques in Adult TBI, Part II: A Scoping Review of Continuous Methods.Zeiler FA, Donnelly J, Calviello L., et al2017Neurotrauma. [Epub ahead of print]
Individualizing threshold of cerebral perfusion pressure using estimated limits of autoregulation.Donnelly J, Czosnyka M, Adams H, et al.2017Crit Care Med. 45:1464-1471.
Temporal profile of intracranial pressure and cerebrovascular reactivity in severe traumatic brain injury and association with fatal outcome: an observational study.Adams H, Donnelly J, Czosnyka M, et al.2017PLoS Med 25;14(7):e1002353.
Cerebrovascular pressure reactivity monitoring using wavelet analysis in traumatic brain injury patients : A retrospective studyLiu X, Donnelly J, Czosnyka M. et al. 2017.2017PLoS Med 14(7): e1002348
Survey in expert clinicians on validity of automated calculation of optimal cerebral perfusion pressure.Steijn R, Stewart R, Czosnyka M, et al.2017Minerva Anestesiol. 2017 Jun 22.[Epub ahead of print]
Cerebral Perfusion Pressure Insults and Associations with Outcome in Adult Traumatic Brain InjuryGüiza F, Meyfroidt G, Piper I, et al.2017Neurotrauma. 15;34:2425-2431
Cerebral autoregulation monitoring in acute traumatic brain injury: what’s the evidence?Calviello LA, Donnelly J, Zeiler, et al.2017Minerva Anestesiol. [Epub ahead of Print].
Monitoring of optimal cerebral perfusion pressure using a multi-window weighting algorithm in traumatic brain injured patients.Liu X, Czosnyka M, Aries M.J.H., et al.2017Neurotrauma. [Ahead of print]
Predictors of Outcome With Cerebral Autoregulation Monitoring: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.Rivera-Lara L, Zorrilla-Vaca A, Geocadin R, et al.2017Crit Care Med. 45:695-704.
Enhanced visualization of optimal cerebral perfusion pressure over time to support clinical decision makingAries MJH, Wesselink R, Elting JW, et al.2016Crit Care Med. 44(10):e996-9.
Clinical decision support for cerebral perfusion optimization after traumatic brain injury.Schmidt J and Kummer BR.2016Crit Care Med. 44: 10: 1958-1960
Improvements to the optimal cerebral perfusion pressure calculationHawthorne C, Shaw M, Moss L al.2016Crit Care Med. 44:266.
Cerebral perfusion pressure targets individualized to pressure-reactivity index in moderate to severe traumatic brain injury: a systematic review.Needham E, McFadyen C, Newcombe V, et al.2016J of Neurotrauma.
Can optimal cerebral perfusion pressure in patients with severe traumatic brain injury be calculated based on minute-by-minute data monitoring?Depreitere B, Güiza F, Van den Berghe G, et al.2016Neurochir Suppl. 2016;122:245-8.
Outcome, pressure reactivity and optimal cerebral perfusion pressure calculation in traumatic brain injury: a comparison of two variants.Lang EW, Kasprowicz M, Smielewski P, et al.2016Acta Neurochir Suppl. 122:221-3.
Brain oxygen relationship to cerebral perfusion pressure depends on tip location and time window: can brain o2 be an adjunctive modality for determining optimal CPP?Park S, Czosnyka M, Smielewski P.2016;Acta Neurochir Suppl. 122:133-5.
Continuous multimodality monitoring in children after traumatic brain injury-preliminary experience.Young AM, Donnelly J, Czosnyka M, et al. Fernandes HM, Garnett MR, Smielewski P, Hutchinson PJ, Agrawal S.2016PLoS One. 11(3):e0148817.
Optimal cerebral perfusion pressure management at bedside: a single-center pilot studyDias, C, Silva MJ, Pereira E, et al.2015Neurocritical Care. 23, 92–102.
Visualizing the pressure and time burden of intracranial hypertension in adult and paediatric traumatic brain injury.Güiza F, Depreitere B, Piper I, et al.2015Intensive Care Med. 41:1067-76
Assessment of cerebrovascular autoregulation using regional cerebral blood flow in surgically managed brain trauma patients.Tackla R, Hinzman JM, Foreman B, et al.2015Neurocrit Care. 23:339-346.
Clinical and physiological events that contribute to the success rate of finding “optimal” cerebral perfusion pressure in severe brain trauma patients.Weersink CS, Aries MJ, Dias C et al.2015Crit Care Med. 43:1952-1963.
Continuous determination of optimal cerebral perfusion pressure -in search of the holy grail?Nordström CH and Nielsen TH2013Crit Care Med. 41(1):e4-5.
Low-frequency autoregulation index for calculation of optimal cerebral perfusion pressure in severe traumatic brain injuryGuiza F, Meyfroidt G, Schuhmann, et al.2013Crit Care.17, 327.
Continuous determination of optimal cerebral perfusion pressure in traumatic brain injury.Aries MJH, Czosnyka M, Budohoski KP, et al.2012Crit Care Med. 40, 2456–2463.
Are optimal cerebral perfusion pressure and cerebrovascular autoregulation related to long-term outcome in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage?Rasulo FA, Girardini A, Lavinio A, et al.2012Neurosurg Anesthesiol. 24:3-8.
Continuous monitoring of cerebrovascular reactivity using pulse waveform of intracranial pressure.Aries MJH, Czosnyka M, Budohoski, et al.2012Crit Care Med. 17:67-76
Pulsatile intracranial pressure and cerebral autoregulation after traumatic brain injury.Radolovich DK, Aries, MJ, Castellani, et al.2011Neurocrit Care. 15, 379–386.
Short-term moderate hypocapnia augments detection of optimal cerebral perfusion pressure.Haubrich C, Steiner L, Kasprowicz M, et al.2011Neurotrauma 28:1133-1137.
Comparison Of the outcomes in two similar groups of tbi patients treated on the base ICP/CPP protocol versus patients treated on the base of autoregulation protocol with the support of evaluation of vascular autoregulation using PRx index.Oshorov A, Savin I, Popugaev K, et al.2011Intensive Care med. 37; 1:s46-s46.
Effects of cerebrovascular pressure reactivity-guided optimization of cerebral perfusion pressure on brain tissue oxygenation after traumatic brain injury.Jaeger M, Dengl M, Meixensberger J et al.2010Crit Care Med. 1343–1347.
Defining optimal cerebral perfusion pressures in acute brain injury: A step toward individualization of care?Kolls, Brad J, Laskowitz, et al.2010Crit Care Med. 38;5:1385-1386.
Continuous monitoring of cerebrovascular pressure reactivity in patients with head injury.Zweifel C, Lavinio A, Steiner LA, et al.2008Neurosurg Focus. 25:E2.
Continuous assessment of cerebrovascular autoregulation after traumatic brain injury using brain tissue oxygen pressure reactivity.Jaeger M, Schuhmann MU, Soehle M et al.2006Crit Care Med. 34, 1783–1788.
Impact of intracranial pressure and cerebral perfusion pressure on severe disability and mortality after head injury.Balestreri M, Czosnyka M, Hutchinson P, et al.2006Neurocrit Care. 4; 8-13.
Assessment of the optimal cerebral perfusion pressure in head-injured patients. Anesth Analg.Nordström CH.2005Anesth Analg. 101:299-300.
Pressure reactivity as a guide in the treatment of cerebral perfusion pressure in patients with brain trauma.Owells T, Elf K, Jones PA, et al.2005Neurosurg. 102; 2: 311-317.
Cerebral hemodynamic responses to blood pressure manipulation in severely head-injured patients in the presence or absence of intracranial hypertension.Cremer OL, van Dijk GW, Amelink GJ, et al.2004Anesth Analg. 99:1211-1217.
Continuous monitoring of cerebrovascular pressure reactivity allows determination of optimal cerebral perfusion pressure in patients with traumatic brain injurySteiner LA, Czosnyka M, Piechnik SK et al.2002Crit Care Med. 30, 733–738.

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