E.H. was a 21-year-old male who was involved in a motor vehicle accident and was transferred to the Shock Trauma Center with a GCS of 7 and a motor score of 5. There was abnormal pupillary response to light. The patient had CT of the head, which was compatible with a diffuse injury 3 (Fig. 21.1). He had already been intu-bated during his pre-hospital resuscitation. His vital signs were stable. In the trauma resuscitation unit (TRU), he had insertion of a parenchymal ICP monitoring device (Camino, Integra Neurosciences). The patient was sedated and, to further control his ICPs, he needed IVC for external ventricular drainage. Adjustment of his
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