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 Vol 10: Use of Glasgow Coma Scale as an Indicator for Early Tracheostomy in Patients with Severe Head Injury.


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This article is from Tanaffos, volume 10.AbstractBackground: Early tracheostomy can reduce the time required for mechanical ventilation, the duration of ICU stay, and treatment expenses. Choosing the optimal time for tracheostomy in patients with severe head injury is therefore important. The purpose of this study was to find the optimal time for tracheostomy according to Glasgow Coma Scale GCS. Materials and Methods: In this prospective study, patients with severe head injury GCS9.



Author: Ahmadinegad, Mehdi; Karamouzian, Saied; Lashkarizadeh, Mohammad Reza

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