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Head Injuries

April 08

Current Awareness Bulletin

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Compiled by C. Boulnois
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48. Hassall M. Driving after a brain injury: Rules and assessment. British Journal of

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49. Horner MD, Selassie AW, Lineberry L, Ferguson PL, Labbate LA. Predictors of

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58. Kim PD, Jennings JS, Fisher M, Siddiqui AH. Risk of cervical spine injury and other

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74. McCulloch K. Attention and dual-task conditions: Physical therapy implications for

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75. McDonald A, Lindell M, Dunger DB, Acerini CL. Traumatic brain injury is a rarely

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76. McWilliams J, Schmitter-Edgecombe M. Semantic memory organization during the

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78. Morel N, Morel O, Petit L, et al. Generation of procoagulant microparticles in

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80. Nardini C, Cossu C, Scarpelli S, et al. Continuous EEG-SEP monitoring of severely

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82. Oddo M, Schmidt JM, Mayer SA, Chiolero RL. Glucose control after severe brain

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85. Poomthavorn P, Zacharin M. Traumatic brain injury-mediated hypopituitarism. report

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86. Powell J, Letson S, Davidoff J, Valentine T, Greenwood R. Enhancement of face

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88. Reichard AA, Langlois JA, Sample PL, Wald MM, Pickelsimer EE. Violence, abuse, and

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89. Robertson RH, Knight RG. Evaluation of social probelm solving after traumatic brain

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90. Runyan DK. The challenges of assessing the incidence of inflicted traumatic brain

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91. Runyan DK, Berger RP, Barr RG. Defining an ideal system to establish the incidence

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92. Rutgers DR, Toulgoat F, Cazejust J, Fillard P, Lasjaunias P, Ducreux D. White matter

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93. Rutland-Brown W, Langlois JA, Bazarian JJ, Warden D. Improving identification of

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23(2):84-91.

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94. Safaz I, Alaca R, Bozlar U, Yasar E. Bilateral sciatic nerve entrapment due to

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95. Satish U, Streufert S, Eslinger PJ. Simulation-based executive cognitive assessment

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96. Sawaki L. Emerging approaches in rehabiltiation after brain injury.

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97. Schwartz I, Tuchner M, Tsenter J, et al. Cognitive and functional outcomes of terror

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98. Selassie AW, Zaloshnja E, Langlois JA, Miller T, Jones P, Steiner C. Incidence of long-

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99. Shapiro ED. Using case-control studies to assess the prevention of inflicted

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100. Shein NA, Grigoriadis N, Alexandrovich AG, et al. Differential neuroprotective

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101. Sidaros A, Engberg AW, Sidaros K, et al. Diffusion tensor imaging during recovery

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102. Simosa HF, Petersen DJ, Agarwal SK, Burke PA, Hirsch EF. Increased risk of deep

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103. Smits M, Hunink MGM, Van Rijssel DA, et al. Outcome after complicated minor

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104. Soo C, Tate R. Psychological treatment for anxiety in people with traumatic brain

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106. Stein DG. Progesterone exerts neuroprotective effects after brain injury. Brain Res

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107. Struchen. Remind me why I'm here: Sifting through sudden loss of memory and

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108. Stulemeijer M, Vos PE, Bleijenberg G, van der Werf SP. Cognitive complaints after

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109. Tang V, Warden J, Cullen N, Rutledge E. Topiramate in traumatic brain injury:

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110. Tanriverdi F, Ulutabanca H, Unluhizarci K, Selcuklu A, Casanueva FF, Kelestimur F.

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112. Tsai SH, Hsu CW, Chu SJ. Traumatic retropharyngeal hematoma after a minor head

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113. Tume L. Impact of care interventions on children with severe traumatic brain injury

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115. Udomphorn Y, Armstead WM, Vavilala MS. Cerebral blood flow and autoregulation

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118. Vital V, Psillas G, Vital I, Printza A, Triaridis S, Constantinidis J. Ossicular necrosis

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120. Vungkhanching M, Heinemann AW, Langley MJ, Ridgely M, Kramer KM. Feasibility

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122. Walker R, Cole JE, Logan TK, Corrigan JD. Screening substance abuse treatment

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123. Ward EC, Green K, Morton AL. Patterns and predictors of swallowing resolution

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125. Wenke RJ, Theodoros D, Cornwell P. The short- and long-term effectiveness of the

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126. Whelan BM, Murdoch BE, Bellamy N. Delineating communication impairments

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129. Willis AP, Latif SA, Chandratre S, Stanhope B, Johnson K. Not a NICE CT protocol

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130. Youngblut JM, Brooten D. Mother's mental health, mother-child relationship, and

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131. Zehtabchi S, Soghoian S, Liu Y, et al. The association of coagulopathy and

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76(1):52-56.

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Allied Health Professionals Healthy Heart
Alzheimer’s disease IT
Ambulatory care Lung Cancer
Anaesthesia Medicine for the Elderly
Asthma Multiple Sclerosis
Burns/Dermatology/Plastics Neonatal Nursing and Midwifery
Cancer: Pain New Books
Cancer Supportive Care New Books (all sites & Nursing)
Chaplain New Nurse
Child Protection Nutrition
Clinical Governance Orthopaedics
Community Child Health Paediatric Anaesthesia & Pain
Community Nursing Paediatric Oncology Nursing
Complaints Paediatric Physiotherapy
Coronary Intensive and High Dependency Care Paediatric Respiratory Medicine
Corporate Services Parkinson’s disease
Day surgery Pharmacy
Dental Care Professionals Prevention & Treatment of
Alcohol & Drug Abuse (Nursing)
Dentistry Primary Care Mental Health
Digestive Diseases Rheumatology
Elderly Care Bulletin (Nursing) Sarcoma
Epilepsy School nurses
Guidelines Speech and Language Therapy
Gynaecologic Oncology Spinal Injuries
Head Injury Stroke (North Glasgow)
Health Promotion Stroke (South Glasgow)
Training, education and
Management (Nursing)

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Compiled by C. Boulnois
Library Services Manager
NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde Library Network
Central Library
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