<< Severe Traumatic Brain Injury In Adults (Trauma CME)

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Given the limitations of the current treatment options for the dichotomy of the primary and secondary injuries, most research has been focused on managing primary injury while preventing secondary injury. In addition, the physiologic differences of the different subtypes of TBI contribute to the overall difficulty in demonstrating positive outcomes with neuroprotectant therapy. The heterogeneous mix of pathology within a single disease process limits the effectiveness of potential treatments that may have narrow therapeutic targets.

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