Impact Of Cervical Spine Management Brain Injury On Functional Survival Outcomes In Comatose, Blunt Trauma Patients With Extremity Movement And Negative Cervical Spine Ct: Application Of The Monte Carlo Simulation

Title

Impact Of Cervical Spine Management Brain Injury On Functional Survival Outcomes In Comatose, Blunt Trauma Patients With Extremity Movement And Negative Cervical Spine Ct: Application Of The Monte Carlo Simulation

Creator

Dunham C M; Carter K J; Castro F; Erickson B

Publisher

Journal of Neurotrauma

Date

2011
2011-06

Subject

clearance; computed tomography scanning; computed tomography; eastern association; fluoroscopy; General & Internal Medicine; guidelines; insult; intensive-care; models of injury; Neurosciences & Neurology; obtunded patients; pathophysiology; posttraumatic amnesia; secondary; severe head-injury; traumatic brain injury; ventilator-associated pneumonia

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

1009-1019

Issue

6

Volume

28

Citation

Dunham C M; Carter K J; Castro F; Erickson B, “Impact Of Cervical Spine Management Brain Injury On Functional Survival Outcomes In Comatose, Blunt Trauma Patients With Extremity Movement And Negative Cervical Spine Ct: Application Of The Monte Carlo Simulation,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed September 19, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/9399.

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