The Safety of Multimodal Monitoring using a triple lumen bolt in Severe Acute Brain Injury.

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Summary of "The Safety of Multimodal Monitoring using a triple lumen bolt in Severe Acute Brain Injury."

Multimodal monitoring (MMM) is used frequently to guide care of patients with severe acute brain injury. In this study we examined the safety and reliability of multimodality monitoring.


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Name: World neurosurgery
ISSN: 1878-8769


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