Careful patient monitoring using a variety of techniques including clinical and laboratory evaluation, bedside physiological monitoring with continuous or non-continuous techniques and imaging is fundamental to the care of patients who require neurocritical care. How best to perform and use bedside monitoring is still being elucidated. To create a basic platform for care and a foundation for further research the Neurocritical Care Society in collaboration with the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, the Society for Critical Care Medicine and the Latin America Brain Injury Consortium organized an international, multidisciplinary consensus conference to develop recommendations about physiologic bedside monitoring. This supplement contains a Consensus Summary Statement with recommendations and individual topic reviews as a background to the recommendations. In this article, we highlight the recommendations and provide additional conclusions as an aid to the reader and to facilitate bedside care.

The international multidisciplinary consensus conference on multimodality monitoring in neurocritical care : a list of recommendations and additional conclusions : a statement for Healthcare Professionals from the Neurocritical Care Society and the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine / P. Le Roux, D.K. Menon, G. Citerio, P. Vespa, M.K. Bader, G. Brophy, M.N. Diringer, N. Stocchetti, W. Videtta, R. Armonda, N. Badjatia, J. Bösel, R. Chesnut, S. Chou, J. Claassen, M. Czosnyka, M. De Georgia, A. Figaji, J. Fugate, R. Helbok, D. Horowitz, P. Hutchinson, M. Kumar, M. Mcnett, C. Miller, A. Naidech, M. Oddo, D. Olson, K. O'Phelan, J.J. Provencio, C. Puppo, R. Riker, C. Roberson, M. Schmidt, F. Taccone. - In: NEUROCRITICAL CARE. - ISSN 1541-6933. - 21:2(2014 Dec 11), pp. 1-15. [Epub ahead of print]

The international multidisciplinary consensus conference on multimodality monitoring in neurocritical care : a list of recommendations and additional conclusions : a statement for Healthcare Professionals from the Neurocritical Care Society and the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine

N. Stocchetti;
2014

Abstract

Careful patient monitoring using a variety of techniques including clinical and laboratory evaluation, bedside physiological monitoring with continuous or non-continuous techniques and imaging is fundamental to the care of patients who require neurocritical care. How best to perform and use bedside monitoring is still being elucidated. To create a basic platform for care and a foundation for further research the Neurocritical Care Society in collaboration with the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, the Society for Critical Care Medicine and the Latin America Brain Injury Consortium organized an international, multidisciplinary consensus conference to develop recommendations about physiologic bedside monitoring. This supplement contains a Consensus Summary Statement with recommendations and individual topic reviews as a background to the recommendations. In this article, we highlight the recommendations and provide additional conclusions as an aid to the reader and to facilitate bedside care.
Bio-informatics; Biomarkers; Brain metabolism; Brain oxygen; Brain physiology; Clinical guidelines; Clinical trials; Consensus development conference; Grading of recommendations assessment development and evaluation (GRADE); Intracranial pressure; Microdialysis; Multimodal monitoring; Neurocritical care; Neuromonitoring; Traumatic brain injury
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