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Brain Injury Medicine, Third Edition

Principles and Practice

ISBN: 9780826143044
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Principles and Practice

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“This updated textbook was much needed as there has been increased attention in recent years toward brain injuries. The book provides updated guidelines and clinical practice recommendations that support the intended audience of trainees and current practitioners. This update makes it the current standard text for any brain injury specialist.” —Doody’s Review Service, 4 stars

This revised and greatly expanded Third Edition of Brain Injury Medicine continues its reputation as the key core textbook in the field, bringing together evidence-based medicine and years of collective author clinical experience in a clear and comprehensive guide for brain injury professionals. Universally praised as the gold standard text and go-to clinical reference, the book covers the entire continuum of care from early diagnosis and assessment through acute management, rehabilitation, associated medical and quality of life issues, and functional outcomes. With 12 new chapters and expanded coverage in key areas of pathobiology and neuro-recovery, special populations, sport concussion, disorders of consciousness, neuropharmacology, and more, this “state of the science” resource promotes a multi-disciplinary approach to a complex condition with consideration of emerging topics and the latest clinical advances.

Written by over 200 experts from all involved disciplines, the text runs the full gamut of practice of brain injury medicine including principles of public health and research, biomechanics and neural recovery, neuroimaging and neurodiagnostic testing, sport and military, prognosis and outcome, acute care, treatment of special populations, neurologic and other medical complications post-injury, motor and musculoskeletal problems, post-trauma pain disorders, cognitive and behavioral problems, functional mobility, neuropharmacology and alternative treatments, community reentry, and medicolegal and ethical issues. Unique in its scope of topics relevant to professionals working with patients with brain injury, this third edition offers the most complete and contemporary review of clinical practice standards in the field.

Key Features:

  • Thoroughly revised and updated Third Edition of the seminal reference on brain injury medicine
  • Evidence-based consideration of emerging topics with new chapters covering pathobiology, biomarkers, neurorehabilitation nursing, neurodegenerative dementias, anoxic/hypoxic ischemic brain injury, infectious causes of acquired brain injury, neuropsychiatric assessment, PTSD, and capacity assessment
  • Multi-disciplinary authorship with leading experts from a wide range of specialties including but not limited to physiatry, neurology, psychiatry, neurosurgery, neuropsychology, physical therapy, occupational therapy speech language pathology, and nursing
  • New online chapters on survivorship, family perspectives, and resources for persons with brain injury and their caregivers
  • Purchase includes digital access for use on most mobile devices or computers

Περιεχόμενα

Dedications

Foreword by David X. Cifu

Preface

Acknowledgments

PART I. PERSPECTIVES ON CLINICAL CARE, PUBLIC HEALTH, AND RESEARCH

Chapter 1. Clinical Continuum of Care, Natural History, and Future Directions by Douglas I. Katz, Nathan D. Zasler, and Ross D. Zafonte

Chapter 2. History of Acute Care and Rehabilitation of TBI by M. Elizabeth Sandel, Andres M. Rubiano, Gregory Hawryluk, and Andrew Ajisebutu

Chapter 3. Health Policy: United States and International Perspectives by Susan L. Vaughn, Maurizio Gallucci, and Gianluca Quaglio

Chapter 4. International Systems of Care and Research Agendas by Olli Tenovuo, M. Russ Bullock, and Ross D. Zafonte

Chapter 5. Education, Training, and Certification for Health Care Providers by Claudine T. Ward, Dominic A. Carone, Joanne Scandale, and Margaret A. Turk

Chapter 6. Accreditation of Brain Injury Programs by Christine M. MacDonnell

Chapter 7. Research in Traumatic Brain Injury: Current Concepts and Issues by Amy K. Wagner

Chapter 8. Traumatic Brain Injury Epidemiology and Public Health Issues by Matthew J. Breiding, Alexis Peterson, Dana Waltzman, and Jill Daughtery

Chapter 9. Primary Prevention by Daniel Krasna and Elie Paul Elovic

PART II. BIOMECHANICS, PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, AND NEURAL RECOVERY

Chapter 10. Biomechanics of Brain Injury by David C. Viano

Chapter 11. Pathobiology of Traumatic Brain Injury by Liesl N. Close, Liz Quesada, and Ross M. Bullock

Chapter 12. Biomarkers by Kevin K. W. Wang, William E. Haskins, Nithya Gandham, and Christopher P. Robinson

Chapter 13. Concepts of Central Nervous System Plasticity and Their Implications for Recovery After Brain Damage by L. Matthew Law, Jonathan Lifshitz, and Donald G. Stein

Chapter 14. Therapeutic Approaches for Experimental Brain Injury by Corina O. Bondi, Eleni H. Moschonas, Jeffrey P. Cheng, Lindsay A. Kutash, C. Edward Dixon, and Anthony E. Kline

PART III. NEUROIMAGING AND NEURODIAGNOSTIC TESTING

Chapter 15. Structural Neuroimaging by Elisabeth A. Wilde, Elizabeth S. Hovenden, Chis Finuf, Erin D. Bigler, Martha E. Shenton, David F. Tate, and Jill V. Hunter

Chapter 16. Functional Neuroimaging by Yelena G. Bodien, Lucia M. Li, and Brian L. Edlow

Chapter 17. Electrophysiologic Techniques by Jose M. Tormos, Hatice Kumru, and Alvaro Pascual-Leone

PART IV. PROGNOSIS AND OUTCOME

Chapter 18. Prognosis After Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury: A Practical, Evidence-Based Approach by Sunil Kothari, Bei Zhang, Nathan Darji, and Jean Woo

Chapter 19. Neuroimaging Correlates of Functional Outcome by Erin D. Bigler and Steven Allder

Chapter 20. Functional Assessment in Traumatic Brain Injury by Brian D. Greenwald, Yelena Goldin, and James M. Anderson

Chapter 21. Life Expectancy and Wellness by Cynthia Harrison-Felix, Lenore A. Hawley, Simon Driver, and Raj Kumar

PART V. ACUTE CARE

Chapter 22. Prehospital Assessment and Care by Annie Chiu and H. E. Hinson

Chapter 23. Critical Care by Jovany Cruz Navarro and Claudia Robertson

Chapter 24. The Surgical Management of Traumatic Brain Injury by Andrew Ajisebutu and Gregory Hawryluk

Chapter 25. Acute Rehabilitation by Cindy B. Ivanhoe, Ana Durand Sanchez, and Eric Spier

Chapter 26. Neurosurgical and Neurorehabilitation Nursing by Kimberly S. Meyer, Shelly Amato, and Molly McNett

PART VI. SPECIAL TBI POPULATIONS

Chapter 27. Traumatic Brain Injury in the Elderly by Jamie M. Levine, Steven R. Flanagan, and Kristen Dams-O’Connor

Chapter 28. Mild Traumatic Brain Injury by Grant L. Iverson, Noah D. Silverberg, and Nathan D. Zasler

Chapter 29. Sport-Related Concussion by Michael McCrea, Andrew M. Bryant, Benjamin Brett, and Lindsay D. Nelson

Chapter 30. Assessment and Rehabilitative Management of Individuals with Disorders of Consciousness by Joseph T. Giacino, Douglas I. Katz, Nicholas D. Schiff, and Yelena Bodien

Chapter 31. Military Traumatic Brain Injury: Special Considerations by Louis M. French and Sara M. Lippa

Chapter 32. Neurodegenerative Dementias by Alyssa Phelps and Robert A. Stern

PART VII. PEDIATRIC TBI

Chapter 33. Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Special Considerations by Nathan K. Evanson, Lynn Babcock, Brad G. Kurowski, Tara Rhine, and J. Michael Taylor

Chapter 34. Pediatric Neurocritical Care: Special Considerations by Manual A. Viamonte, Andranik Madikians, and Christopher C. Giza

Chapter 35. Pediatric Neuropsychological Issues and Cognitive Rehabilitation by Beth S. Slomine, Megan Kramer, and Danielle M. Ploetz

Chapter 36. Educational Issues and Return to School by Ann Glang, Melissa McCart, Deborah Ettel, and Susan C. Davies

Chapter 37. Family Assessment and Intervention After Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury by Caron E. Gan and Roberta DePompei

PART VIII. NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS

Chapter 38. Post-Traumatic Seizures and Epilepsy by Alan R. Towne and Stuart A. Yablon

Chapter 39. Movement Disorders After Traumatic Brain Injury by Joachim K. Krauss, Manolis Polemikos, and Joseph Jankovic

Chapter 40. Cranial Nerve Disorders by Flora M. Hammond and Sheryl D. Katta-Charles

Chapter 41. Fatigue: Assessment and Treatment by David L. Ripley and Brian D. Greenwald

Chapter 42. Sleep-Wake Disturbances by Risa Nakase-Richardson, Marc A. Silva, Amanda Garcia, and Lara Wittine

Chapter 43. Diagnosis and Management of Late Intracranial Complications of Traumatic Brain Injury by David F. Long and Mithra Maneyapanda

Chapter 44. Anoxic and Hypoxic Ischemic Brain Injury by Brigid Dwyer, Ali Daneshmand, Kushak Suchdev, and David Greer

Chapter 45. Infectious, Toxic, Electrical and Radiation-based Acquired Brain Injuries by Raymond C. Chou, Alissa A. Totman, Lauren M. Hall, India A. Lissak, Ginger R. Polich, Nicole L. Mazwi, and Ross D. Zafonte

PART IX. SPECIAL SENSES

Chapter 46. Evaluation and Treatment of Visual Dysfunction by Kenneth J. Ciuffreda, Barry Tannen, Eric L. Singman, and M. H. Esther Han

Chapter 47. Audiologic Impairment by Daniel H. Coelho, Erin C. Williams, Michael Bauschard, and Michael Hoffer

Chapter 48. Dizziness and Imbalance by Susan L. Whitney and Joseph M. Furman

Chapter 49. Smell and Taste by Richard M. Costanzo and Evan R. Reiter

PART X. MOTOR AND MUSCULOSKELETAL PROBLEMS

Chapter 50. Complications Associated with Immobility After Acquired Brain Injury by Kathleen R. Bell and Shelby L. Halsey

Chapter 51. Managing Upper Motoneuron Muscle Overactivity by Daniel K. Moon and Thomas K. Watanabe

Chapter 52. Neuro-Orthopedics by Harish Hosalkar, Keith Baldwin, and Mary Ann Keenan

PART XI. AUTONOMIC AND OTHER ORGAN SYSTEM PROBLEMS

Chapter 53. Autonomic Dysfunction by Ian J. Baguley and Hannah L. H. Barden

Chapter 54. Neuroendocrine Dysfunction After Traumatic Brain Injury by Tamara L. Wexler

Chapter 55. Gastrointestinal and Nutritional Issues by Donald F. Kirby, Mohamed Tausif Siddiqui, Arlene Escuro, and Amandeep Singh

Chapter 56. Sexuality and Intimacy Following Traumatic Brain Injury by Angelle M. Sander, M. Elizabeth Sandel, Alexander Moreno, and Richard Delmonico

PART XII. POST-TRAUMA PAIN DISORDERS

Chapter 57. Post-Traumatic Headache by Sheryl Katta-Charles, Joseph Tessler, and Lawrence J. Horn

Chapter 58. Post-Traumatic Pain Disorders: Medical Assessment and Management by Nathan D. Zasler, Mike F. Martelli, and Samuel T. Clanton

Chapter 59. Psychological Assessment and Management of Post-Traumatic Pain by Michael F. Martelli, Nathan D. Zasler, and Mark C. Bender

PART XIII. COGNITIVE PROBLEMS

Chapter 60. Cognitive Impairments by Paul J. Eslinger, Giuseppe Zappala, Freeman Chakara, and A. M. Barrett

Chapter 61. Neuropsychological Assessment and Treatment Planning by Ana Mills, Nancy H. Hsu, and Jeffrey S. Kreutzer

Chapter 62. Cognitive Rehabilitation by Thomas F. Bergquist, Amy Rosenbaum, Rebecca D. Eberle, and Lance E. Trexler

PART XIV. BEHAVIORAL IMPAIRMENTS

Chapter 63. Neuropsychiatric Assessment and Treatment by Hal S. Wortzel and Lisa A. Brenner

Chapter 64. Principles of Behavioral Analysis and Treatment by Timothy J. Feeney and Kate Rachel Gould

Chapter 65. Psychological Interventions for Emotional and Behavioral Problems Following Traumatic Brain Injury by Jennie Ponsford

Chapter 66. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and TBI by Soo-Hee Choi and Murray B. Stein

PART XV. SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND SWALLOWING PROBLEMS

Chapter 67. Assessment and Treatment of Speech and Language Disorders in TBI by Leanne Togher, Louise C. Keegan, and Elisa Elbourn

Chapter 68. Evaluation and Treatment of Swallowing Problems by Anna Miles

Chapter 69. Cognitive-Communication Deficits Following Traumatic Brain Injury by Carl A. Coelho and Andres Lindsey

PART XVI. FUNCTIONAL MOBILITY, ADL’S and LEISURE SKILLS

Chapter 70. Neuroscientific Basis for Occupational and Physical Therapy Interventions by Randolph J. Nudo and Numa Dancause

Chapter 71. Movement Rehabilitation by Karen L. McCulloch and Katherine J. Sullivan

Chapter 72. Activities of Daily Living and Leisure Skills: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives by Julia Schmidt, Caroline Pelaez, and Joan Toglia

Chapter 73. Assistive Technology for People With Traumatic Brain Injuries by Tony Gentry, Lauren Andelin, Marianne Capps, John Damiao, and Barbara Lent

PART XVII. NEUROPHARMACOLOGY, NEUROTECHNOLOGY, AND ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT

Chapter 74. Neuropharmacology:  A Neurorehabilitation Perspective by David L. Ripley

Chapter 75. Pharmacotherapy of Cognitive Impairment by David B. Arciniegas, David K. Quinn, and Jonathan M. Silver

Chapter 76. Pharmacotherapy of Neuropsychiatric Disturbances by David B. Arciniegas, Lindsey Gurin, and Jonathan M. Silver

Chapter 77. Neurotechnology in Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation by Eric Fabara, Catherine Adans-Dester, and Paolo Bonato

Chapter 78. Complementary and Integrative Medicine by Sonya Kim, Ann Van de Winckel, Karla L. Thompson, and Patricia Heyn

PART XVIII. PSYCHOSOCIAL FUNCTIONING, COMMUNITY RE-ENTRY AND PRODUCTIVITY

Chapter 79. Posthospital Rehabilitation by Debra Braunling-McMorrow, April R. Groff, David B. Salisbury, and James F. Malec

Chapter 80. Driving After Traumatic Brain Injury by Renerus J. Stolwyk, Pamela E. Ross, James R. Gooden, Zoe Adey-Wakeling, and Jennie E. Ponsford

Chapter 81. Substance Misuse Among Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury by John D. Corrigan, Rachel Sayko Adams, and Kristen Dams-O’Connor

Chapter 82. Practical Approaches to Family Assessment and Intervention by Samantha L. Backhaus, Thomas F. Bergquist, Summer L. Ibarra, and Jeffrey S. Kreutzer

Chapter 83. Return to Work Following Traumatic Brain Injury by Lauren Avellone and Paul Wehman

PART XIX. MEDICOLEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES

Chapter 84. Ethics in Brain Injury Medicine by Joseph J. Fins and Debjani Mukherjee

Chapter 85. Clinicolegal Issues by Nathan D. Zasler, Arthur Ameis, Michael F. Martelli, and Shane S. Bush

Chapter 86. Life Care Planning After Traumatic Brain Injury: Clinical and Forensic Issues by Debra Berens

Chapter 87. Capacity Assessment: Clinicolegal, Psychosocial and Ethical Caveats by Vivian L. Begali

EBOOK ONLY CHAPTERS

Chapter 88. A Survivor’s Perspective On Living With Traumatic Brain Injury by Jay McLaughlin

Chapter 89. Advocacy: The Power to Heal by Marilyn P. Spivack and Laura S. Lorenz

Chapter 90. Resources For Persons With TBI And Their Caregivers by Michael F. Martelli and Nathan D. Zasler

Chapter 91.Techniques for Managing Physical Agitation in the Patient with Brain Injury by Kritis Dasgupta