Brain Tissue Oxygen Monitoring in Severe Brain Injury, II

Bader, Mary Kay; Littlejohns, Linda R.; March, Karen
August 2003
Critical Care Nurse;Aug2003, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p29
Academic Journal
Part II. Discusses several considerations in the monitoring of brain tissue oxygen in severe brain injury. Effects of brain tissue oxygen monitoring on patients with severe traumatic brain injury; Integration of critical care teams in the maintenance of brain oxygenation among patients; Details of a case of patient with brain trauma.


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