Pharmacological and surgical treatment of intracranial hypertension
Management of intracranial hypertension secondary to traumatic brain injury is crucial to optimizing outcomes. Use of pharmacological and/or surgical management is often needed to prevent secondary brain injury and its immediate and long-term effects. In addition to discussing medical and surgical options for approaching intracranial hypertension, this chapter will review its pathophysiology and discuss key aspects of intracranial pressure monitoring.
Publication ( Name of Journal)
Blunt Head Trauma
Changoor, N. R.,
Haider, A. H.
(2015). Pharmacological and surgical treatment of intracranial hypertension. Blunt Head Trauma(1), 155-159.
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