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SIBICC Severe TBI Algorithm for patients with ICP monitoring

A management algorithm for patients with intracranial pressure monitoring

A modern and comprehensive sTBI-management protocol designed to assist clinicians managing sTBI patients monitored with ICP-monitors alone. Consensus-based (class III evidence), it provides management recommendations based on combined expert opinion. It reflects neither a standard-of-care nor a substitute for thoughtful individualized management.

SIBICC Severe TBI Algorithm for patients with ICP monitoring

Published article: A management algorithm for patients with intracranial pressure monitoring: the Seattle International Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Consensus Conference (SIBICC)

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The SIBICC Consensus ICP Algorithm poster, designed to assist clinicians managing sTBI patient monitored with ICP-monitors alone.

The SIBICC Severe TBI Algorithm poster is designed for prints in the size 66.04 X 101.6 cm (26 X 40 inches). The PDF file is available for download either with or without crop marks.

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Further information

More about the practical method for assessment of impairment of conscious level in response to defined stimuli:

The Marshall system places patients into one of six categories (I to VI) of increasing severity on the basis of findings on non-contrast CT scan of the brain. Marshall CT score paper (Pending document or link )

Watch the SIBICC - CNS Presentation

To get an insight how the algorithm is to be understood, watch the presentation of Randall Chesnut in conjunction with the publication.

Algorithms for management of patients informed by ICP and brain oxygen monitoring

Published article: A management algorithm for adult patients with both brain oxygen and intracranial pressure monitoring: the Seattle International Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Consensus Conference (SIBICC)

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