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The pathophysiology of head injury
Pulmonary function in the headinjured patient
The clinical assessment of the headinjured patient
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Acta acute Adams airway Althesin alveolar Anaesth anaesthesia anaesthetist Anesthesiology arterial pressure artificial ventilation assessment associated barbiturate Becker brain damage brain injury brain stem breathing cause cerebral blood flow cerebral metabolism cerebral perfusion chest injuries clinical Coma Scale controlled ventilation contusions decrease depression diffuse diffuse axonal injury doses drugs effects facial fentanyl fluid fracture function Galbraith Gennarelli Glasgow Coma Glasgow Coma Scale Graham haemorrhage halothane head-injured patient herniation hospital hyperventilation hypocapnia hypotension hypoxaemia hypoxia hypoxic increase in ICP increased ICP injured patients intracranial haematoma intracranial hypertension intracranial pressure intravenous intubation ischaemia ischaemic Jennett ketamine Lancet lesions lung McDowall measurements mechanical Miller mmHg mortality Neurol neurological Neurosurg Neurosurgery nitrous oxide occur oedema outcome oxygen patients with severe post-traumatic prognosis pulmonary respiratory response result secondary severe head injury Shapiro shunt skull spontaneous subdural haematoma surgery Teasdale thiopentone tients tion tissue trauma treatment tube venous