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Brain Death Determination.
Spinello IM. J Intensive Care Med 2015 - Review. PMID 24227449
In the United States, each year 1% to 2% of deaths are brain deaths. Considerable variation in the practice of determining brain death still remains, despite the publication of practice parameters in 1995 and an evidence-based guideline update in 2010. This review is intended to give bedside clinicians an overview of definition, the causes and pitfalls of misdiagnosing brain death, and a focus on the specifics of the brain death determination process....
In the United States, each year 1% to 2% of deaths are brain deaths. Considerable variation in the practice of determining brain
Brain Death.
Drake M, et al. Surg Clin North Am 2017 - Review. PMID 29132508
Death determined by neurologic criteria, commonly referred to as "brain death," occurs when function of the entire brain ceases, including the brain stem. ...Proper diagnosis is essential because misdiagnosis can be catastrophic. Timely, accurate brain death determination and aggressive physiologic support are cornerstones of both good end-of-life care and successful organ donation....
Death determined by neurologic criteria, commonly referred to as "brain death," occurs when function of the entire b
Brain death revisited.
Ganapathy K. Neurol India 2018. PMID 29547144 Free article.
With increasing accessibility to intensive care units (ICUs) even in Tier II and Tier III cities, and the government making it mandatory to notify brain death to facilitate cadaveric organ transplants, it behooves the neurosurgeon and neurologist to totally understand the minutiae of brain death. ...The necessity for an early diagnosis and the pitfalls in the clinical diagnosis of brain death, the limitations of the so-called confirmatory tests, and the concerns and ethical issues will be highlighted. ...
With increasing accessibility to intensive care units (ICUs) even in Tier II and Tier III cities, and the government making it mandatory to …
History of brain death as death: 1968 to the present.
De Georgia MA. J Crit Care 2014 - Review. PMID 24930367
The concept of brain death was formulated in 1968 in the landmark report A Definition of Irreversible Coma. While brain death has been widely accepted as a determination of death throughout the world, many of the controversies that surround it have not been settled. ...In this comprehensive review, I will trace the evolution of the definition of brain death as death from 1968 to the present, providing background, history and context....
The concept of brain death was formulated in 1968 in the landmark report A Definition of Irreversible Coma. While brain
Brain death.
Koenig MA and Kaplan PW. Handb Clin Neurol 2019 - Review. PMID 31307622
Neurophysiologic testing to support the clinical diagnosis of brain death has primarily consisted of EEG and evoked potentials-typically a combination of somatosensory evoked potential and brainstem auditory evoked potential. ...This chapter reviews the relevant studies and guidelines about EEG and evoked potentials in ancillary testing for brain death. ...
Neurophysiologic testing to support the clinical diagnosis of brain death has primarily consisted of EEG and evoked pot …
Determining Brain Death.
Wijdicks EF. Continuum (Minneap Minn) 2015 - Review. PMID 26426238
The determination of brain death and initial management of the potential organ donor is one of the major key tasks of the neurologist. ...SUMMARY: The clinical diagnosis of brain death in a patient with a catastrophic brain injury is determined by a comprehensive clinical examination that involves at least 25 individual assessments. ...
The determination of brain death and initial management of the potential organ donor is one of the major key tasks of the neur …
Brain death in low-income countries: a report from Malawi.
Prin M, et al. Trop Doct 2019. PMID 30602347
Most low-income nations have no practice guidelines for brain death; data describing brain death in these regions is absent. ...Brain death is not treated as clinical death in Malawi....
Most low-income nations have no practice guidelines for brain death; data describing brain death in these region …
[Brain death diagnosis].
Escudero D. Med Intensiva 2009 - Review. PMID 19558940 Spanish. Free article.
Brain death has been recognized by the scientific community as the person's death, and accepted in the legislation of different countries. Brain death is defined as the irreversible ending of the functions of all the intracranial neurological structure in both the brain and brain stem. ...
Brain death has been recognized by the scientific community as the person's death, and accepted in the legislation of d
Diagnosis of brain death: confirmatory tests after clinical test.
Su Y, et al. Chin Med J (Engl) 2014. PMID 24709179
METHODS: We did a clinical brain death determination on deep coma patients, and then divided them into brain death group and non-brain death group. ...CONCLUSIONS: The completion rate of respiratory arrest provocation test remains a problem in the clinical diagnosis of brain death. ...
METHODS: We did a clinical brain death determination on deep coma patients, and then divided them into brain death
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