A case report demonstrates that the newly introduced monitor mode effectively maintains temperature within a targeted range in a brain-injured patient with hyperthermia.
Children with severe brain injuries may not progress rapidly enough for admission to inpatient rehabilitation, yet their parents may not be emotionally or physically prepared to take them home. The Minimally Aware Program is designed to help.
Dual-task neurological evaluation has generally been limited to biomechanics labs. But Cleveland Clinic researchers aim to change that with a DoD-funded project to make dual-task mTBI assessment mobile and scalable.
Twelve percent of U.S. kids use some form of complementary medicine. Here’s what Cleveland Clinic Children’s is doing to make sure they use it as an appropriate complement to traditional therapies.
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Concussed athletes who return to play too soon and sustain a repeat concussion may suffer cumulative effects that prolong recovery and compromise school performance. Here’s advice for avoiding that scenario.
No research until now has combined imaging, behavioral assessment and impact-dynamic studies to begin to pinpoint the dose of head impact needed to produce acute brain changes linked to neurodegenerative disease.
Recent prospective MRI studies found evidence of early ischemia in two-thirds of patients acutely after SAH. We’re now planning studies aimed at correlating platelet-leukocyte interactions with this MRI evidence of ischemia.