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The Clinical Reasons Why Not to Hyperventilate Traumatic Brain Injuries (and how to control it).

For many years aggressive hyperventilation of the patient suffering from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) has been standard practice around the world. The original concept behind the use of this technique was to reduce intracranial pressure. However, there have been no studies to show that the patient’s neurological outcome is improved by this practice. A report by the American College of Neurosurgeons (based on research of all applicable literature from the last 25 years) now casts severe doubt on the routine use of this technique in patients suffering from TBI. Read more


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