ABOUT THIS STUDY
- Diagnosis of severe traumatic brain injury, as defined by AIS score >2 for the head.
- Glasgow Coma Score (GCS) <9 on admission, or deterioration of GCS to <9 within 48 hours of admission due to traumatic brain injury.
- Placement of an intracranial pressure (ICP) monitor or intraventricular catheter (IVC) at the discretion of the Neurosurgical staff as part of standard of care.
- Patient is between 18 and 80 years of age, inclusive.
- A body region, other than the brain, with an AIS score >2, or multiple system injury
at the investigator's discretion.
- Glasgow Coma Score (GCS) >8 on admission or no decrease of GCS to <9 within 48 hours
- Placement of an ICP monitor or IVC not clinically indicated by Neurosurgical staff.
- Patient is under the age of 18, or over the age of 80.
- Determination of non-survivability due to the severity of brain injury.
- Non-English speaking, consentable LAR, or patient is non-English speaking.
- Patient is pregnant.
- Unable to obtain consent from a legally authorized representative (LAR).
- Patient is a prisoner, on parole or probation.
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