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Dr Barbara Gregson
Dr Elise Rowan
Dr Richard Francis
Patrick Mitchell
Professor Elaine McColl
et al.
Surgical Trial In Traumatic intraCerebral Haemorrhage (STITCH): a randomised controlled trial of Early Surgery compared with Initial Conservative Treatment2015
Dr Barbara Gregson
Dr Elise Rowan
Patrick Mitchell
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Iain Chambers
et al.
Surgical trial in traumatic intracerebral hemorrhage (STITCH(Trauma)): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial2012
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Barbara Gregson
The brain monitoring with Information Technology (BrainIT) collaborative network: EC feasibility study results and future direction2010
Dr Paul Jones
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Rob Forsyth
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Modulating effect of apolipoprotein E polymorphisms on secondary brain insult and outcome after childhood brain trauma2009
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Barbara Gregson
Multicenter Clinical Assessment of the Raumedic Neurovent‐P Intracranial Pressure Sensor: A Report By the Brainit Group2008
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Barbara Gregson
The use of hyperventilation therapy after traumatic brain injury in Europe: an analysis of the BrainIT database2008
Patrick Mitchell
Dr Barbara Gregson
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Dr Iain Chambers
Blood pressure in head-injured patients2007
Dr Iain Chambers
Cerebral Perfusion Pressure insult characteristics (duration or intensity) which best predict poor outcome after severe childhood traumatic brain injury2006
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Paul Jones
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Barbara Fulton
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
et al.
Critical thresholds of intracranial pressure and cerebral perfusion pressure related to age in paediatric head injury2006
Dr Thomas Clarke
Dr Barbara Gregson
Dr Iain Chambers
Variability in pupil size estimation2006
Dr Paul Jones
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Barbara Fulton
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
et al.
[abstract] The value of mean cerebral perfusion pressure (CPP), mean intracranial pressure (ICP), and mean arterial pressure e (MAP) from successive 6-hour epochs as a predictor of outcome after children’s’ head injury2005
Jane Barnes
Dr Iain Chambers
Accurate data collection for head injury monitoring studies: A data collection methodology2005
Jane Barnes
Dr Iain Chambers
Accurate data collection for head injury monitoring studies: a data validation methodology2005
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Dr Paul Jones
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Age-related differences in intracranial pressure and cerebral perfusion pressure in the first 6 hours of monitoring after children's head injury: Association with outcome2005
Dr Robert Bullock
Dr Iain Chambers
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Bispectral index monitoring may not reliably indicate cerebral ischaemia during awake carotid endarterectomy2005
Dr Iain Chambers
Jane Barnes
BrainIT: A trans-national head injury monitoring research network2005
Dr Kathryn Banister
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Dr Iain Chambers
Clinical comparison of tympanic membrane displacement with invasive intracranial pressure measurements2005
Dr Paul Jones
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Barbara Fulton
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
et al.
Quantification of secondary CPP insult severity in paediatric head injured patients using a pressure-time index2005
Dr Iain Chambers
Survey of traumatic brain injury management in European BrainIT centres2005
Dr Iain Chambers
The clinical application of non-invasive intracranial blood volume pulse wave monitoring2005
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Paul Jones
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Which paediatric head injured patients might benefit from decompression? Thresholds of ICP and CPP in the first six hours2005
Dr Paul Jones
Dr Iain Chambers
April Clark
Dr Barbara Fulton
Dr Rob Forsyth
et al.
[abstract] Critical cerebral perfusion pressure thresholds in paediatric traumatic brain injury2004
Dr Iain Chambers
Bench test assessment of the new Raumedic Neurovent-P ICP sensor: a technical report by the BrainIT group2004
Dr Iain Chambers
Bench test of the Rehau intraparenchymal intracranial pressure (ICP) probe2004
Dr Barbara Gregson
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Dr Iain Chambers
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Elderly patients in coma from the outset with severe head injury - has anything changed?2004
Dr Barbara Gregson
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Dr Iain Chambers
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Elderly patients with severe head injury in coma from the outset - has anything changed?2004
Dr Iain Chambers
R3-Survey of traumatic brain injury management in European Brain IT centres year 20012004
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Barbara Gregson
[abstract] Comparative study of traumatic brain injury between Great Britain and Qatar2003
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Paul Jones
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
[abstract] Intracranial pressure, cerebral perfusion pressure and outcome in paediatric head injury2003
Dr Barbara Gregson
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Dr Iain Chambers
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
[abstract] Relationships between age and outcome in head injured patients in Newcastle2003
Jill Crossman
Dr Kathryn Banister
Dr Valerie Bythell
Dr Robert Bullock
Dr Iain Chambers
et al.
Predicting clinical ischaemia during awake carotid endarterectomy: use of the SJVO2 probe as a guide to selective shunting2003
Dr Iain Chambers
The BrainIT group: concept and core dataset definition2003
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Shahid Siddique
Dr Kathryn Banister
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Clinical comparison of the Spiegelberg parenchymal transducer and ventricular fluid pressure2001
Helen Fernandes
Dr Shahid Siddique
Dr Kathryn Banister
Dr Iain Chambers
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
et al.
Continuous monitoring of ICP and CPP following spontaneous ICH, and its relationship to clinical, radiological and surgical parameters2001
Dr Iain Chambers
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Determination of threshold levels of cerebral perfusion pressure and intracranial pressure in severe head injury by using receiver-operating characteristic curves: an observational study in 291 patients2001
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Kathryn Banister
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Intracranial pressure within a developing intracerebral haemorrhage2001
Dr Iain Chambers
Professor Andrew McCaskie
Professor Paul Gregg
Radiological features predictive of aseptic loosening in cemented Charnley femoral stems2001
Dr Iain Chambers
Receiver-operating characteristic curves - Response2001
Dr Barbara Gregson
Dr Kathryn Banister
Dr Iain Chambers
Statistics and analysis of the Camino ICP monitor [11]2001
Dr Iain Chambers
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Dr Shahid Siddique
Dr Kathryn Banister
Clinical Comparison of ICP readings obtained from the new Spiegelberg intraparenchymal pressure transducer with ventricular pressure2000
Dr Joanne Legg
Dr Iain Chambers
Ria Wilkinson
Dr Roland Koerner
Professor Kate Gould
et al.
Hematoma infection with Mycoplasma hominis following transplant nephrectomy2000
Dr Kathryn Banister
Dr Iain Chambers
Dr Shahid Siddique
Helen Fernandes
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
et al.
Intracranial pressure and clinical status: assessment of two intracranial pressure transducers2000
Dr Iain Chambers
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
The cause and incidence of secondary insults in severely head-injured adults and children2000
Dr Iain Chambers
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
The use of Receiver Operative Characteristic Curves to examine the threshold levels of cerebral perfusion pressure and intracranial pressure in relation to outcome in a series of patients with severe head injury2000
Dr Michelle Davis
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Emeritus Professor Robert Perry
Dr Iain Chambers
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
et al.
Experimental Stroke and Neuroprotection in the Aging Rat Brain1995
Dr Michelle Davis
Emeritus Professor David Mendelow
Emeritus Professor Robert Perry
Dr Iain Chambers
Emeritus Professor Oliver James
et al.
The Effect of Age on Cerebral Oedema, Cerebral Infarction and Neuroprotective Potential in Experimental Occlusive Stroke1994