Intensive Care of Brain Injuries and Early Neurorehabilitation in Polytrauma with the Prevalence of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. Experience of Using Original Amantadine Sulphate (PK-Merz, Merz Pharma GmbH & Co.)

L.A. Dziak, Yu.Yu. Kobeliatskyi, I.O. Yovenko, O.V. Tsariov

Abstract


The article presents the modern views on the intensive care of brain injuries in polytrauma with the prevalence of severe traumatic brain injury.


Keywords


intensive care; polytrauma; severe traumatic brain injury; neurorehabilitation; original amantadine sulfate (PK-Merz, Merz Pharma GmbH & Co.)

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