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The Falling Sickness: A History of Epilepsy from the Greeks to the ...
Limited preview - 1994
Artificial ventilation in the management of the headinjured patient
The pathophysiology of head injury
Pulmonary function in the headinjured patient
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abnormal Acta acute Adams airway Althesin alveolar Anaesth anaesthesia anaesthetist Anesthesiology arterial pressure artificial ventilation assessment associated barbiturate Barker Becker brain damage brain injury brain stem brain swelling breathing cardiac output cause cerebral blood flow cerebral metabolic cerebral perfusion chest injuries clinical colleagues controlled ventilation contusions decrease depression diffuse diffuse axonal injury drugs effects experimental extradural fentanyl fluid fracture function Galbraith Gennarelli Glasgow Coma Scale Graham haemorrhage halothane head-injured patient herniation hyperventilation hypocapnia hypotension hypoxaemia hypoxia hypoxic increase in ICP increased ICP induced intracranial haematoma intracranial hypertension intracranial pressure intravenous intubation ischaemia ischaemic Jennett ketamine Lancet lung McDowall measurements mechanical Miller mmHg monitoring Neurol neurological Neurosurg neurosurgery nitrous oxide non-missile head injury normal occur oedema outcome oxygen patients with severe post-traumatic pulmonary respiratory response result severe head injury shunting skull studies subarachnoid subdural haematoma Teasdale thiopentone tients tion tissue trauma treatment vascular venous