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121. Microvascular Injury and Blood-brain Barrier Dysfunction as Novel Biomarkers and Targets for Treatment in Traumatic Brain Injury

Date : August 3, 2019 Estimated Study Completion Date : August 3, 2020 Resource links provided by the National Library of Medicine related topics: Groups and Cohorts Go to Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Change in brain volume with blood brain barrier dysfunction [ Time Frame: At < 4, 10 ± 2, and 90 ± 10 days post-injury ] Measurement of change in brain volume with BBBD and extent of permeability change as measured by DCE-MRI Change in serum biomarkers of blood brain barrier (...) Microvascular Injury and Blood-brain Barrier Dysfunction as Novel Biomarkers and Targets for Treatment in Traumatic Brain Injury Microvascular Injury and Blood-brain Barrier Dysfunction as Novel Biomarkers and Targets for Treatment in Traumatic Brain Injury - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have

2017 Clinical Trials

122. Colored corn starch dust explosion-related ocular injuries at a Taiwan water park: A preliminary report from a single medical center (Full text)

Colored corn starch dust explosion-related ocular injuries at a Taiwan water park: A preliminary report from a single medical center To elucidate the manifestations of ocular injuries in the colored corn starch dust explosion at a Taiwan water park.This is a retrospective, non-comparative, consecutive-interventional case series. Fifty explosion-injury patients on 27 June 2015 treated at Chang-Gung Memorial Hospital, Linkou, were included. Thorough ophthalmic examinations were based on emergent (...) triage and consecutive ophthalmological consultations. Multiple ocular and systemic parameters were assessed.Of the 100 eyes in the 50 cases reviewed, 22 cases were male and 28 cases were female. The mean age was 22.08 ± 4.64 years, and the mean burn total body surface area (TBSA) of patients was 45.92 ± 20.30%. Of the 50 patients, 20 had Grade 1 ocular burns, and the others were without ocular involvement. Two of the 20 cases that presented Grade 1 ocular burns died within 1 month due to other

2016 Taiwan journal of ophthalmology

123. Prevention of Sport-related Facial Injuries. (PubMed)

Prevention of Sport-related Facial Injuries. There is evidence that eye protection, mouth guards, helmets, and face guards are effective in reducing the risk of facial injury; however, such safety practices are not adopted universally by all athletes playing high-risk sports. Underlying beliefs about risk perception, comfort, ineffectiveness, utility, and a lack of awareness or enforcement have been identified as reasons people may not adopt preventive measures. There are several high-risk

2017 Clinics in Sports Medicine

124. Three blind mice: 2017 SASMA Conference from the eyes of three medical students (PART 2)

Three blind mice: 2017 SASMA Conference from the eyes of three medical students (PART 2) Three blind mice: 2017 SASMA Conference from the eyes of three medical students (PART 2) | BJSM blog - social media's leading SEM voice by By Kyle A. Winik, Lisa Erasmus and Robyn Paulse The SASMA conference is a biennial event and the latest instalment – the 17 th of its kind – was held in Cape Town. This year’s theme was “Integrate-Accelerate Elevate”. As medical students attending our first conference (...) , we were made to feel extremely welcome and we highly recommend all readers look into attending in 2019! This is PART 2 of our take home messages. You can find The Aging Runner: Presenter: Blaise Williams Dr Blaise Williams addressed the problems associated with the aging runner. The following factors influencing running injuries were mentioned with an emphasis on the aging process: Training errors – adaptable Lower extremity structure Running mechanics AGING ↓ROM and lose dorsiflexion in ankle

2018 British Journal of Sports Medicine Blog

125. Three blind mice: 2017 SASMA Conference from the eyes of three medical students (PART 1)

in males should also be noted. Strep throat infection puts the athlete out of training for 1-10 days. Injury prevention, how far have we come? Presenter: Willem van Mechelen http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/bjsports/42/8/648/F1.large.jpg?width=800&height=600&carousel=1 TOP TIPS: We need to increase the amount of RCTs to assess and evaluate an intervention and its success Less than 20% of RCTS in sports injury interventions take compliance into account when measuring outcomes. Keep your eyes pealed – PART 2 (...) Three blind mice: 2017 SASMA Conference from the eyes of three medical students (PART 1) Three blind mice: 2017 SASMA Conference from the eyes of three medical students (PART 1) | BJSM blog - social media's leading SEM voice by By Kyle A. Winik, Lisa Erasmus and Robyn Paulse The SASMA conference is a biennial event and the latest instalment – the 17 th of its kind – was held in Cape Town. This year’s theme was “Integrate-Accelerate Elevate”. As medical students attending our first conference

2018 British Journal of Sports Medicine Blog

126. Fireworks-related injury surveillance in the Philippines: trends in 2010–2014 (Full text)

fireworks accounted for half (50%) of the injuries; most injuries (68%) occurred in street settings. The majority of injuries (57%) were sustained by fireworks igniters. The most common anatomic injury sites were hands (44%), legs (21%) and eyes (14%). Illegal fireworks were related to 100% (4/4) of the deaths and 49% (105/214) of the cases who needed amputations. Fireworks-related injuries declined significantly in 2014. Public awareness campaigns may have contributed to reducing the injury occurrences (...) Fireworks-related injury surveillance in the Philippines: trends in 2010–2014 Analysis of the annual fireworks-related injury surveillance data collected by the Philippines Department of Health (DOH) in 2010-2014 was conducted to describe the profile of such injuries in the Philippines. Surveillance data were collected from DOH's Online National Electronic Injury Surveillance System and analysed. A case was defined as any person who had sustained injury from fireworks in any form within

2015 Western Pacific surveillance and response journal : WPSAR

127. Visual and anatomic outcomes of golf ball-related ocular injuries (Full text)

Visual and anatomic outcomes of golf ball-related ocular injuries To investigate the characteristics and prognoses of golf ball-related ocular injuries (GROIs) using standardized terminology, classification, and scoring systems.Twenty-two GROI patients were assessed using the Birmingham Eye Trauma Terminology, Ocular Trauma Classification Group (OTCG) classification, and Ocular Trauma Score. Globe preservation and final visual acuity (FVA) were assessed according to the injury severity (...) (38.5%), choroidal rupture (30.8%), macular commotio retinae (38.5%), and traumatic optic neuropathy (7.7%). Twelve (54.5%) patients had orbital wall fractures. The mean number of related surgeries required was 1.5±1.7 across all patients.Eyes with GROIs had devastating FVA and globe preservation status, especially those with open-globe injuries. Observing golf rules and improving driving-range facilities are essential for preventing GROIs. Protective eyewear may reduce ocular damage from GROIs

2014 Eye

128. Automated Perimetry and Visual Dysfunction in Blast-Related Traumatic Brain Injury. (PubMed)

Automated Perimetry and Visual Dysfunction in Blast-Related Traumatic Brain Injury. To evaluate feasibility and results of automated perimetry in veterans with combat blast neurotrauma.Prospective, longitudinal, observational case series.Sixty-one patients in a Veterans Affairs Polytrauma Center diagnosed with traumatic brain injury (TBI) from combat blast exposure.Study participants underwent automated perimetry at baseline (median interval, 2 months after injury) (Humphrey Field Analyzer (...) . Associations between global visual field defects and predictors were examined.Global visual field indices (mean deviation and pattern standard deviation).Among 61 study participants (109 study eyes) with baseline testing, a field that met reliability cutoffs was obtained for 48 participants (79%) and 78 eyes (72%). Fixation loss was found in 29% of eyes in initial testing. Nine study participants (15%) demonstrated hemianopia or quadrantanopia, and an additional 36% had an abnormal global visual field

2015 Ophthalmology

129. Vestibular Rehabilitation Strategies in PTSD Effectiveness of Carrick Brain Centers Strategies Vestibular Rehabilitation Treatment in PTSD Patients Who Have Suffered Combat Related Traumatic Brain Injuries

Vestibular Rehabilitation Strategies in PTSD Effectiveness of Carrick Brain Centers Strategies Vestibular Rehabilitation Treatment in PTSD Patients Who Have Suffered Combat Related Traumatic Brain Injuries Vestibular Rehabilitation Strategies in PTSD Effectiveness of Carrick Brain Centers Strategies Vestibular Rehabilitation Treatment in PTSD Patients Who Have Suffered Combat Related Traumatic Brain Injuries - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers (...) : refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Vestibular Rehabilitation Strategies in PTSD Effectiveness of Carrick Brain Centers Strategies Vestibular Rehabilitation Treatment in PTSD Patients Who Have Suffered Combat Related Traumatic Brain Injuries The safety and scientific validity

2014 Clinical Trials

130. Respiratory Event-Related Potentials in Patients With Spinal Cord Injury

Respiratory Event-Related Potentials in Patients With Spinal Cord Injury Respiratory Event-Related Potentials in Patients With Spinal Cord Injury - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Respiratory (...) Event-Related Potentials in Patients With Spinal Cord Injury The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02163551 Recruitment Status : Terminated (Recurrent equipment failures (used with custom EEG and ERP recording software) precluded timely data collection and analysis activities.) First Posted

2014 Clinical Trials

131. Multi-procedure management in an eyeglasses-related open globe injury (Full text)

Multi-procedure management in an eyeglasses-related open globe injury We present a case of successful multi-procedure management of a patient with an open globe injury. A 47-year-old man sustained an injury to his left eye caused by glass fragments of his own spectacles shattered while he was protecting an unknown woman from physical assault at a bus stop. Over a span of 65 months the patient underwent multiple procedures including primary wound repair, penetrating keratoplasty combined (...) with extracapsular cataract extraction, neodymium: YAG laser capsulotomy, and laser-assisted subepithelial keratectomy (LASEK), and had a successfully treated episode of corneal graft rejection. This sequence of treatment substantially improved his left eye vision from hand movements at the time of admission to 0.9-0.5 × 90 at the last follow-up nearly 10 years after the trauma. Proper initial surgical management of an open globe injury can create the possibility for virtually complete vision restoration.

2014 Videosurgery and other Miniinvasive Techniques

132. Banger-Related Ocular Injuries During New Year Festivities in Osogbo, SW Nigeria (Full text)

Banger-Related Ocular Injuries During New Year Festivities in Osogbo, SW Nigeria Different types of ocular injuries could be sustained following banger explosives. This case report could be the first of such reports in West Africa.We report cases of ocular injuries caused by bangers. This was a hospital-based study of 3 consecutive cases that presented during the New Year festival. Injuries were classified according to Birmingham eye trauma terminology system (BETTS). Two of the patients ended (...) up with irreversible loss of vision. Another two of the three were bystanders.As banger-related ocular injuries result in significant morbidity, public education regarding the proper use of bangers would help in preventing the incidence of ocular injuries and blindness. Advocacy for a strict legislation to regulate its use is strongly recommended.

2015 Ethiopian journal of health sciences

133. Disorders of Accommodative Convergation and Accommodation (AC/A) Relations at Traumatic Brain Injury (Full text)

Disorders of Accommodative Convergation and Accommodation (AC/A) Relations at Traumatic Brain Injury Accommodative Convergence/Accommodation (AC/A) ratio is constant at one and the same person in the course of life, i.e. the same ratio accommodative convergence monitor any change in accommodation measured in diopters. Such a perfect relationship is possible if there are no refractive anomalies in both eyes and oculomotor imbalance of eye muscles.We are examined 50 patients with close brain (...) injury, and patients which had problems with near vision, accommodation and convergency were reducted, with loss motor fussion, and preserved stereoscopis vision, and showed us, that disturbances are clear motor and folowed with incapable of patient to hold of superposition view to watching object.The difference in average proximity distance vision and reading time with no fatigue after 6 months a statistically significant, the value of t-test, t = 1873 for p <0.01, r = 0. 718. The value

2015 Medical Archives

134. Assessment and Management of Pressure Injuries for the Interprofessional Team, Third Edition

recommendations that apply to the decisions and best practices of interprofessional teams working to assess and manage existing pressure injuries in people 18 years of age and above. Where literature was limited, the expert panel used AGREE II quality-appraised pressure ulcer/injury guidelines, selected wound-bed preparation papers, and deliberative consensus to inform the recommendations. Although some of the evidence related to pressure injury prevention may apply to the management of people with existing (...) Assessment and Management of Pressure Injuries for the Interprofessional Team, Third Edition Clinical Best Practice Guidelines MAY 2016 Assessment and Management of Pressure Injuries for the Interprofessional T eam Third EditionDisclaimer Th ese guidelines are not binding on nurses, other health care professionals, or the organizations that employ them. Th e use of these guidelines should be fl exible, and based on individual needs and local circumstances. Th ey neither constitute a liability

2016 Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario

135. Management of Concussion-mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI)

and/or therapeutic interventions within these guidelines does not guarantee coverage of civilian sector care. Additional information on current TRICARE benefits may be found at www.tricare.mil or by contacting your regional TRICARE Managed Care Support Contractor. Version 2.0 – 2016 VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Concussion-mild Traumatic Brain Injury February 2016 Page 2 of 133 Prepared by: The Management of Concussion-mild Traumatic Brain Injury Working Group With support from (...) A. Methods 9 B. Conflict of Interest 12 C. Scope of this CPG 12 D. Highlighted Features of this CPG 12 E. Patient-centered Care 13 F. Implementation 14 IV. Guideline Working Group 15 V. Algorithms 16 A. Module A: Initial Presentation (>7 Days Post-injury) 17 B. Module B: Management of Symptoms Persisting >7 days 18 VI. Recommendations 19 A. Diagnosis and Assessment 22 B. Co-occurring Conditions 27 C. Treatment 27 D. Setting of Care 39 VII. Knowledge Gaps and Recommended Research 43 A. Diagnosis

2016 VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines

136. Sharps injuries: exposure to blood borne viruses

Sharps injuries: exposure to blood borne viruses Sharps injuries: exposure to blood borne viruses | Great Ormond Street Hospital Google Tag Manager Navigation Search Search You are here Sharps injuries: exposure to blood borne viruses Sharps injuries: exposure to blood borne viruses (227.95 KB) b) Report to line manager The manager should ensure risk assessment occurs by: During normal working hours: send staff member to the Occupational Health Department (OHD). Outside normal working hours (...) sustained the sharps injury attends the OHD at the first opportunity, has blood saved, has the standard risk assessment completed by OH and is followed up as necessary. h) Complete a DATIX incident report Either the staff member who sustained the sharps injury or his/her line manager should report the incident on DATIX. 2. Introduction Health care workers (HCWs) and patients are both at risk of acquiring blood borne viruses (BBVs) - Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C virus

2015 Publication 1593

137. Improving visual assessment documentation in patients with periorbital trauma through an eye assessment teaching session and a proforma sticker (Full text)

Improving visual assessment documentation in patients with periorbital trauma through an eye assessment teaching session and a proforma sticker Up to 30% of patients who have periorbital trauma will have ocular injury with devastating consequences if missed. All staff working with acutely injured Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMFS) patients should be competent in a basic eye examination with documentation of visual acuity, gross visual fields, eye movements, diplopia, and pupillary responses (...) at a minimum. As a standard we adapted guidance published by the Emergency Care Institute New South Wales to assess the documentation of the eye examination in OMFS patients at King's College Hospital with any periorbital injury. After initial assessment we presented the data in the departmental audit meeting, then gave a detailed teaching session to junior doctors and introduced an 'eye exam' proforma sticker designed to act as an aide memoir. At baseline, 38 eye assessments across all clinical

2017 BMJ Quality Improvement Reports

138. Indian Soldiers Need Eye Protection (Full text)

Indian Soldiers Need Eye Protection Combat-related eye injuries entail enormous financial, social and psychological cost. Military Combat Eye Protection (MCEP) decreases both the incidence and severity of eye injuries. Experts have recognised the need for MCEP for Indian soldiers. We aim to review the combat-related eye injuries and combat eye protection among the Indian soldiers. Global practices of MCEP are also reviewed. We also aim to offer our recommendations for Indian soldiers. We (...) carried out Medline search for combat-related eye injuries and MCEP and separately searched for eye injuries among Indian soldiers during war and other operations. We present the findings as results. Recommendations are based on the opinions of the experts. Combat-related eye injuries increased from 3% of injured in the 1965 Indo-Pakistan War to 4.8% in 1971 war. During peace-keeping operations in Sri Lanka (1987-89) eye injuries increased to 10.5% of the injured. Statistics on eye injuries during

2017 Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR

139. Head–Eye Vestibular Motion Therapy Affects the Mental and Physical Health of Severe Chronic Postconcussion Patients (Full text)

Head–Eye Vestibular Motion Therapy Affects the Mental and Physical Health of Severe Chronic Postconcussion Patients Approximately 1.8-3.6 million annual traumatic brain injuries occur in the United States. An evidence-based treatment for concussions that is reliable and effective has not been available.The objective of this study is to test whether head-eye vestibular motion (HEVM) therapy is associated with decreased symptoms and increased function in postconcussive syndrome (PCS) patients (...) that have been severely impaired for greater than 6 months after a mild traumatic brain injury.Retrospective clinical chart review.Tertiary Specialist Brain Rehabilitation Center.All subjects underwent comprehensive neurological examinations including measurement of eye and head movement. The seven modules of the C3 Logix Comprehensive Concussion Management System were used for pre- and postmeasurements of outcome of HEVM therapy.We utilized an objective validated measurement of physical and mental

2017 Frontiers in neurology

140. Eye irrigation for patients with ocular chemical burns: a systematic review.

if methods of eye irrigation were examined within the following comparison categories: time to commence first eye irrigation; types, volumes, durations, flow rates and temperature of eye irrigating fluids; and comfort measures during eye irrigation. The types of outcome measures include immediate ocular outcomes and complications, clinical outcomes, self-reported outcomes, length of hospital stay and working days lost.Electronic bibliographic databases in English and Chinese were searched from inception (...) , the review findings are presented in a narrative form and no meta-analysis has been performed.A total of four studies involving 302 adults and children with ocular chemical burns met the inclusion criteria for the systematic review. One study determined the effects of prompt irrigation of the eyes with tap water immediately after alkali burns had been suffered at the scene of injury. The authors report that patients who underwent immediate irrigation had significantly better clinical and ocular outcomes

2017 JBI library of systematic reviews

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