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Injected immune-modifying nanoparticles have been demonstrated to reduce swelling and secondary brain damage in mice following a traumatic brain injury.
Applying artificial intelligence to a healthcare setting for patients with TBI: an interview with Payam Barnaghi
In this video, Payam Barnaghi (University of Surrey, UK) discusses the application of artificial intelligence and neurotechnology into a healthcare setting for patients with traumatic brain injury.
Four studies presented at SfN Neuroscience have demonstrated how the microbiome interacts with the brain in mice, revealing the possible mechanisms behind gut–brain communication.
A low-cost and widely available drug, termed tranexamic acid, could reduce deaths from traumatic brain injury by ‘hundreds of thousands’, according to a recent study.
Take a look at our Editor’s highlights from Frontiers in TBI 2019, where Sharon Salt shares her top picks from the conference, ranging from neuropathology to digital technology.
Researchers have utilized flortaucipir PET to identify tau protein tangles in the brains of individuals who have suffered just a single head injury.
Researchers have detected brain waves indicative of ‘hidden consciousness’ in patients with traumatic brain injury just days after their injury.
Researchers have revealed that treatment with magnetic therapy could reverse symptoms of mild traumatic brain injury in rodents, potentially leading to novel treatment methods for individuals with concussion in the future.
An international team of researchers have determined that there are no benefits to exposing patients’ brains to hypothermic conditions following traumatic brain injury.