Brain Death: Diagnosis and Dilemma
CRITICAL CARE NURSING QUARTERLY 10(3): 83-91, December 1987
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Pallis, Christopher (1982-12-04)In this fourth in a series of nine articles on brain death, Pallis continues his presentation of explicit guidelines for the physician to use in diagnosing brain stem death. He describes simple bedside tests for ascertaining ...
Pallis, Christopher (1982-11-27)This third in a series of nine articles on brain death begins a discussion of the practical aspects of diagnosing brain stem death. Pallis, a neurologist, presents guidelines for the physician to use in systematically e ...
Cranford, Ronald E.; Patrick, Barbara K. (1981)Brain death can be determined by clinical examination and the diagnosis confirmed by a variety of laboratory studies. While the most widely used has been the EEG, newer tests are playing an increasingly important role in ...