Continuous Assessment of Cerebral Autoregulation in TBI Patients Using ICM+
Friday, June 8, 2018
3:00 PM EDT (US)

In this month's webinar Dr. Peter Smielewski of Cambridge Neuroscience will present the current state of the art in continuous assessment of cerebral autoregulation in patients undergoing neuro-monitoring.  In particular, he will illustrate a practical approach to the autoregulation oriented management of TBI patients, discuss the clinical impact of such therapy and the road ahead.

In the industry partner section, Dr. Smielewski will focus on aspects of integration of ICM+ with the CNS Monitor and discuss the benefits of such synergy.
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Donnelly, J., Czosnyka, M., Adams, H., Robba, C., Steiner, L. A., Cardim, D., . . . Smielewski, P. (2017). Individualizing Thresholds of Cerebral Perfusion Pressure Using Estimated Limits of Autoregulation. Crit Care Med, 45(9), 1464-1471.

Andresen, M., Donnelly, J., Aries, M., Juhler, M., Menon, D., Hutchinson, P., & Smielewski, P. (2018). Further Controversies About Brain Tissue Oxygenation Pressure-Reactivity After Traumatic Brain Injury. Neurocrit Care, 28(2), 162-168.

Chen, Y., Xu, W., Wang, L., Yin, X., Cao, J., Deng, F., . . . Feng, J. (2018). Transcranial Doppler combined with quantitative EEG brain function monitoring and outcome prediction in patients with severe acute intracerebral hemorrhage. Crit Care, 22(1), 36.

Rodriguez, A., Smielewski, P., Rosenthal, E., & Moberg, D. (2018). Medical Device Connectivity Challenges Outline the Technical Requirements and Standards For Promoting Big Data Research and Personalized Medicine in Neurocritical Care. Military Medicine, 183(suppl_1), 99-104.


Fetal and Neonatal Brain Injury

David K. Stevenson, William E. Benitz, Philip Sunshine, Susan R. Hintz, Maurice L. Druzin
Cambridge University Press, Oct 31, 2017

Improvements in the detection of fetal and neonatal brain injuries, advances in our understanding of the pathophysiology, cellular and molecular bases of encephalopathy, and new treatment options have all combined to produce significant changes in the management of neonatal brain disorders in the past few years. This new edition of Fetal and Neonatal Brain Injury brings the reader fully up to date with all advances in clinical management and outcome assessment. 
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