This cross-sectional study evaluates the ability of the Glasgow Coma Scale and Simplified Motor Scores to identify patients with severe TBI from mass casualty explosions who require neurosurgical intervention.
This study examines the traumatic brain injury–related factors associated with accelerated change in health insurance coverage and the differences in time to coverage change among individuals with employer-provided private insurance.
This study examines whether hospital-level compliance with Brain Trauma Foundation guidelines for intracranial pressure monitoring and craniotomy is associated with risk-adjusted mortality rates in patients with severe traumatic brain injury.
This study determines the extent to which Brain Trauma Foundation guidelines are used for the management of patients with severe traumatic brain injury.
This cohort analysis compares the outcomes in patients with traumatic brain injury before and after implementation of the Brain Injury Guidelines protocol.
Salottolo et al investigate the effect of age on the association between the Glasgow Coma Scale score and anatomic severity of traumatic brain injury (TBI). See the invited commentary by Yeh.
Alkhoury and Kyriakides evaluate the effect of intracranial pressure monitoring on survival in pediatric patients with severe traumatic brain injuries.