To study the effect of micro-catheters which measure and help identify the optimal blood pressure after cardiac arrest to ensure adequate oxygen delivery to the brain.
Closed for Recruitment
The effect of secondary attentional tasks on smooth pursuit eye movements and reaction time in mild traumatic brain injury
This study investigates the use of eye tracking technology as a diagnostic tool for mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and concussion. We are looking at the effect of additional working memory (short-term memory) load on the smoothness of eye movements in both concussed and healthy populations.
Primary aim: To determine the efficacy of two dosing regimens of TXA initiated in the prehospital setting in patients with moderate to severe TBI (GCS score ≤12).
Primary hypothesis: The null hypothesis is that prehospital administration either of two dosing regimens of TXA in patients with moderate to severe TBI will not increase the proportion of patients with a favorable long-term neurologic outcome compared to placebo, based on the GOS-E at 6 months.