Reverse shock index multiplied by Glasgow Coma Scale (rSIG) predicts mortality in severe trauma patients with head injury - Wan-Ting C, Chin-Hsien L, Cheng-Yu L, Cheng-Yu C, Chi-Chun L, Keng-Wei C, Jiann-Hwa C, Wei-Lung C, Chien-Cheng H, Cherng-Jyr L, Jui-Yuan C.

The reverse shock index (rSI), a ratio of systolic blood pressure (SBP) to heart rate (HR), is used to identify prognosis in trauma patients. Multiplying rSI by Glasgow Coma Scale (rSIG) can possibly predict better in-hospital mortality in patients with tr...
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BACKGROUND: Blunt cerebrovascular injuries (BCVIs) and cervical spinal injuries (CSIs) are not uncommon injuries in patients with severe head injury and may affect patient recovery. We aimed to assess the independent relationship between BCVI, CSI, and out...
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BACKGROUND: The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) in 2010 called for more head injury research on gender disparities to bridge the gender gap for the short-and long-term effects of TBI, including sexual and reproductive outcomes. In this ...
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The objective of this study was to introduce a new uncertainty analysis method by applying Response Surface-Mo...
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BACKGROUND: To determine the prevalence and characteristics of prechiasmatic visual system injuries (VSI) among seriously injured patients with concomitant head trauma in Europe by means of a multinational trauma registry. METHODS: The TraumaRegist...
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ConclusionIn closed TBI with no tSAH, severe DAI is unlikely. Similarly, in the absence of IVH, any DAI is unlikely. If there is IVH, patients generally are clinically worse; and the more ventricles affected, the worse the prognosis.
Source: Neuroradiology - Category: Radiology Source Type: research
OBJECTIVES: This research explores snowsport head injury trends in western Canadian resorts over the decade 2008-2018. DESIGN: Ecological study. METHODS: Head-injury and participation data on alpine skiing and snowboarding (snowsports) was ...
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Source: European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery - Category: Emergency Medicine Source Type: research
Over 90% of patients with head trauma seen in emergency departments (EDs) are diagnosed with minor head injuries. Over-utilisation of CT scans results in unnecessary exposure to radiation and increases healthcare utilisation. Using recommendations from the...
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AbstractObjectiveTo explore naturally occurring clinical subgroups of post-traumatic headache.BackgroundPersistent post-traumatic headache (PTH) is defined as a headache developing within 7  days of an injury that lasts for greater than 3 months. However, there is no evidence available from the International Classification of Headache Disorders (ICHD) based classification between persistent and acute PTH based on clinical phenotypes.MethodsWe conducted a retrospective study using the Stanford Research Repository Cohort Discovery Tool. We reviewed 500 electronic patient charts between January 2015 to September...
Source: The Journal of Headache and Pain - Category: Neurology Source Type: research
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