*  Bryan Jennett - Wikipedia
... co-developer of the assessment tool known as the Glasgow Coma Scale and made advancements in the care of patients with brain ... Jennett was Dean of Medicine at Glasgow in the 1980s. He worked with Barbara Stocking and Chris Ham of the King's Fund to ... the introduction of the near universally adopted Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) with Graham Teasdale, and the Glasgow Outcome Scale ... Data was compiled from Glasgow, the United States, and the Netherlands over a long period and led to a series of papers in the ...
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*  Trends in the Incidence, Severity, and Short-Term Outcome of Stroke in Perth, Western Australia | Stroke
It included the Glasgow Coma Scale,9 the Motricity Index,10 and whether the patient had been incontinent after the onset of the ... We are grateful to Healthway, the Western Australian Health Promotion Foundation, the Australian Brain Foundation, the National ... from the mid-1980s, slowed to the lowest annual rate of fall observed since 1960. However, the published report23 only included ... Teasdale G, Murray G, Parker L, Jennet B. Adding up the Glasgow Coma Scale. Acta Neurochir Suppl (Wien). 1979;28:13-16. ...
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*  Westmead Post-Traumatic Amnesia Scale - Wikipedia
... an adjunct to the Glasgow Coma Scale in the early identification of cognitive impairment in patients with mild traumatic brain ... The WPTAS was created in the 1980s and is an extension of The Oxford Scale. It was developed in response to the need for an ... Shores, E. A. (1989). Comparison of the Westmead PTA Scale and Glasgow Coma Scale as predictors of neuropsychological outcome ... The RWPTAS has been shown to be more accurate than the Glasgow Coma Scale in the identification of cognitive deficits in ...
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*  Subarachnoid hemorrhage - Wikipedia
There are several grading scales available for SAH. The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) is ubiquitously used for assessing ... It can cause ischemic brain injury (referred to as "delayed ischemia") and permanent brain damage due to lack of oxygen in ... The 1980s saw the introduction of triple H therapy[55] as a treatment for delayed ischemia due to vasospasm, and trials with ... Blood pressure, pulse, respiratory rate, and Glasgow Coma Scale are monitored frequently. Once the diagnosis is confirmed, ...
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*  Benzodiazepine overdose - Wikipedia
Supportive measures include observation of vital signs, especially Glasgow Coma Scale and airway patency. IV access with fluid ... "Short latency somatosensory evoked potentials and brain-stem auditory evoked potentials in coma due to CNS depressant drug ... A 1993 British study of deaths during the 1980s found flurazepam and temazepam more frequently involved in drug-related deaths ... Cases of severe overdose have been reported and symptoms displayed may include prolonged deep coma or deep cyclic coma, apnea, ...
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*  Head Trauma and Subdural Hematoma Part I: Emergency Management and Imaging Modalities | 2001-12-03 | AHC Media: Continuing...
Mild injury: Difference in prognosis among patients with a Glasgow Coma Scale score of 13 to 15 and analysis of factors ... Primary brain injury is the physical deformation of brain tissue caused by the inciting event. Secondary brain injury is ... 48 In the early 1980s, Rimel and colleagues divided the GCS score into three categories: scores of 8 or less were "severe," 9- ... A prospective population-based study of pediatric trauma patients with mild alterations in consciousness (Glasgow Coma Scale ...
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*  Therapeutic Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest | Circulation
In the European study, the median Glasgow Coma Scale score on hospital admission in both groups was 3 with an interquartile ... Therapeutic modulation of brain temperature: relevance to ischemic brain injury. Cerebrovasc Brain Metab Rev. 1992; 4: 189-225. ... The practice was abandoned in the 1980s after a retrospective study of near-drowning victims reported that children treated ... In the normal brain, hypothermia reduces the cerebral metabolic rate for oxygen (CMRO2) by 6% for every 1°C reduction in brain ...
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*  Most recent papers with the keyword "brain injury" | Read by QxMD
On presentation, the pediatric Glasgow Coma Scale (pGCS) score was E3V4M6, and initial brain computed tomography (CT) was ... Described in the 1980s as 'the silent epidemic' these disorders principally, though not exclusively, affect persons 80 years or ... The length of stay in days (LOS), Glasgow Outcome Scale-Revised score (GOSE) and Disability Rating Scale (DRS) score were ... Infants with neonatal brain injuries will likely be the first group whose management is dramatically altered with point-of-care ...
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*  Consciousness - Wikipedia
... with a score of 3 to 8 indicating coma, and 15 indicating full consciousness. The Glasgow Coma Scale has three subscales, ... oscillations in brain activity. This idea arose from proposals in the 1980s, by Christof von der Malsburg and Wolf Singer, that ... The degree of consciousness is then measured by the Glasgow Coma Scale. The origin of the modern concept of consciousness is ... The outcome may be summarized using the Glasgow Coma Scale, which yields a number in the range 3-15, ...
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*  Tracheal intubation - Wikipedia
When this becomes severe to the point of stupor or coma (defined as a score on the Glasgow Coma Scale of less than 8), dynamic ... Damage to the brain (such as from a massive stroke, non-penetrating head injury, intoxication or poisoning) may result in a ... By the mid-1980s, the flexible fiberoptic bronchoscope had become an indispensable instrument within the pulmonology and ... 379-92 Benumof (2007), Wheeler M and Ovassapian A, Chapter 18: Fiberoptic endoscopy-aided technique, p. 399-438 Brain, AIJ ( ...
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*  Coma: A Systematic Approach to Patient Evaluation and Management | 2003-05-19 | AHC Media: Continuing Medical Education...
... although the only paper addressing frequency of coma in the ED dates from 1934, citing coma as the presentation in 3% of ... Coma is a presenting symptom in approximately 0.5-1% of emergency department admissions, ... A comparison of the Glasgow Coma Scale and the Swedish Reaction Level Scale. Brain Inj 1993;7: 501-506. ... Serafty M, Masterson G. Fatal poisoning attributed to benzodiazepenes in Britain during the 1980s. Br J Psychiatr 1993;163:386- ...
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*  Rogue Medic's Profile - Research Blogging
A prehospital glasgow coma scale score . The Journal of trauma, 53(3), 503-7. PMID: 12352488 A prehospital glasgow coma scale ... Prehospital rapid sequence intubation improves functional outcome for patients with severe traumatic brain injury - Summary. by ... but I am not writing this for people stuck in the 1980s. Most doctors, nurses, and medics appear to realize that nitrates are ... Prehospital rapid sequence intubation improves functional outcome for patients with severe traumatic brain injury: a randomized ...
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*  Epidemiology, Risk Factors, and Clinical Features of Intracerebral Hemorrhage: An Update
... low initial Glasgow Coma Scale, large hematoma, intraventricular hemorrhage, and diabetes were independent predictors for poor ... Thrombin causes inflammatory cells to infiltrate the brain, proliferation of mesenchymal cells, formation of brain edema and ... that the incidence of ICH associated with hypertension in patients less than 75 years of age has declined since the early 1980s ... showed that extensive white matter lesion was associated with lower Glasgow Coma Scale score and higher mortality [68]. High ...
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*  The Neurocritic: December 2008
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*  Rhizotomy - Wikipedia
Glasgow Coma Scale. *Mini-mental state examination. *National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale ... These situations include those who have suffered meningitis, a congenital (birth-originating) brain infection, congenital ... their own clinical-intellectual refinements and refinements in medical equipment and technology that occurred from the 1980s ... Measurement scales. *Gross Motor Function Classification System - Expanded & Revised (gross motor function) ...
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*  Neurotrauma | Neurocirugia.com - Part 2
... with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) (admission Glasgow Coma Scale score ≤ 8, ICD-9 diagnosis codes of 800.0-801.9, 803.0- ... The management of traumatic brain injury progressed significantly in the 1980s and 1990s due to advances in neuroimaging ( ... The use of an early DC protocol for severe TBI patients (Glasgow Coma Scale ,9) had a significantly improved outcome compared ... Glasgow Coma Scale [GCS] score 4-8) and 15% (163) had sustained a moderate head injury (GCS score 9-12). Six-month outcomes for ...
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*  Acute Lung Injury & Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome - Part I | MedCrave
History of institutionalization or mental retardation, decreased Glasgow Coma Scale score.. Aspiration ... Subsequently, several ARDS definitions were used in the early 1980s that required at least four basic clinical features, three ... Patients with congestive heart failure may have edema, jugular venous distension, third heart sound, an elevated brain ... A new mechanism was recognized in the 1980s when investigators demonstrated that removal of alveolar edema fluid depends on ...
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*  Neonatal intensive care unit - Wikipedia
Glasgow Coma Scale. *PIM2. *SAPS II. *SAPS III. *SOFA. Physiology. *Hemodynamics. *Hypotension ... By the 1980s, over 90% of births took place in hospital. The emergency dash from home to the NICU with baby in a transport ... A special aspect of NICU stress for both parents and staff is that infants may survive, but with damage to the brain, lungs or ... The 1980s saw questions being raised about the human and economic costs of too much technology, and admission policies ...
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*  JDCMB: March 2014
Indeed, in the 1980s I'm not sure I even knew where Hungary was. It was a strange, alien land, somewhere beyond the Iron ... I do recall reading that habitually we use only about ten per cent of our brain's potential. Bartók can show us all this with ... 26 April 2018, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra: Pre-concert talk - Chopin and his Second Piano ... Finally he fell into a coma in hospital and died leaving those few bars still unwritten. ...
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*  Difference between revisions of "Abortion" - Conservapedia
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*  Tales Of Desolation: 2006
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*  Recombinant human activated protein C as a therapy for pre-eclampsia - UBC Library Open Collections
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By the early 1980s, twice as many households watched pro football as baseball. Television also increased interest in golf and ... Full scale Olympic doping control started in 1972, and rule 29 of the Olympic Charter states, simply, 'Doping is forbidden.' ... It is used to restore circulation and prevent brain death to a person who has collapsed, is unconscious, is not breathing, and ... In severe cases, a person with heat stroke may collapse or go into a coma. ...
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