Imaging findings in diffuse axonal injury after closed head trauma.
What does CHT stand for?
CHT stands for Closed Head Trauma
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- Clinical Hypnotherapist
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- Collection Holding Transfer System
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- Common Human Traits (band)
- Communications and High Technology (various organizations)
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- Condensed Huffman Table
- Continuous Heating Transformation (calorimetry)
- Contract Heat Treater
- Culture, Heritage and Tourism (Canada)
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13 /PRNewswire/ -- An increasing number of Attorneys specializing in Traumatic Brain Injury arising out of motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, closed head trauma, and blunt head trauma are becoming aware of the concurrent hormonal deficiencies that impede rehabilitation by their affect on psychological, physiological, and physical functioning.
You assess for relative contraindications to the use of bupropion SR, including history of seizures; history of closed head trauma with loss of consciousness for longer than 30 minutes, amnesia, or skull fracture or subdural hematoma/ brain contusion; anorexia or bulimia; and use of MAO inhibitors.
One high-profile case that raised widespread awareness last season involved Drew Hixon, a wide receiver from Tennessee Tech University, who received a violent helmet blow from an opposing defensive back, resulting in severe closed head trauma.
The other three areas are closed head trauma, subacute rehabilitation therapy, and medically complex cases such as wound healing, IV therapy, pain management and/or AIDS).
This includes CORLOPAM Phase III clinical studies, Phase III clinical studies for SNX-111 in the treatment of malignant pain, and Phase II clinical studies for SNX-111 in the prevention of brain damage following closed head trauma and CABG surgery.
Neurotrend monitors oxygen, carbon dioxide, acidity and temperature through a small fiberoptic sensor placed directly in brain tissue or fluids, as indicators of ischemia and hypoxia in patients suffering from closed head trauma or undergoing brain surgery.
The increase was a result of ongoing clinical study expenses in support of the Company's CORLOPAM(R) Phase III clinical studies, and ongoing Phase III clinical studies of SNX-111 for the prevention of pain in cancer and AIDS patients, and for the prevention of brain damage following closed head trauma and CABG surgery.