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Decompressive craniectomy for the treatment of refractory high intracranial pressure in traumatic brain injury. Technical considerations in decompressive craniectomy in the treatment of traumatic brain injury. Efficacy of standard trauma craniectomy for refractory intracranial hypertension with severe traumatic brain injury: a multicenter, prospective, randomized controlled study. Effects of unilateral decompressive craniectomy on patients with unilateral acute post-traumatic brain swelling after severe traumatic brain injury. Decompressive craniectomy as the primary surgical intervention for hemorrhagic contusion. Effect of early bilateral decompressive craniectomy on outcome for severe traumatic brain injury. A prospective study of early versus late craniectomy after traumatic brain injury. Cerebral blood flow and metabolism following decompressive craniectomy for control of increased intracranial pressure. Evidence supports the administration of hypothermia as standard of care for 1,2 neuroprotection after cardiac arrest from acute coronary syndromes. There has been long standing interest in applying hypothermia to reduce the tissue damage associated with central nervous system trauma; however, benefit cannot be presumed. In addition to suggested neuroprotective effects, hypothermia is well known for its ability to reduce intracranial pressure. However, hypothermia bears risks, including coagulopathy and immunosuppression, and 3 profound hypothermia bears the additional risk of cardiac dysrhythmia and death. Interest has thus shifted to exploring how specific aspects of induced hypothermia, such as the duration and depth, 3 relate to clinical effect. For instance, it is generally suggested that gradual rewarming can 6 mitigate the inherent risk of rebound intracranial pressure elevation and there has been interest in localized cerebral cooling in the hopes of obtaining the desired benefits without the systemic side effects. For this 4th Edition we re-examined the underlying assumptions of our prior work in light of the current standards for meta-analysis and decided not to repeat the meta analysis because the hypothermia interventions in the higher-quality studies (Class 2 or better) differed across the studies in clinically important ways. The quality of the body of evidence for the comparison of hypothermia with normothermia is low because the findings were inconsistent, with some studies reporting benefits and others reporting no difference between treatment and control groups. In both cases, the evidence consisted of single studies which, although rated Class 2, had limitations that minimized confidence in the findings. For the comparison of hypothermia to 7,11,12,14 normothermia, one Class 1 and three Class 2 studies were conducted in the United States, 13,15 10 two in China, and one in Japan. While practice patterns, resources, and standards may be different across these countries, the different locations could also be a strength. However, the studies conducted in China and Japan reported benefits from hypothermia, while three out of the 7,11,12 four U. This could reflect differences in the tendency not to publish studies with negative results or that find no benefit. Another difference is that two studies 7,12 were conducted at multiple sites with comparatively large sample sizes while the others were limited to a single site and fewer patients (sample sizes ranged from 26 to 87). Details Related to Assessment for Meta-Analysis Since the publication of the 3rd Edition there has been a proliferation of meta-analyses in the neurosurgery literature as well as in the medical literature in general. While meta-analyses are useful for combining small but similar studies in order to increase precision, issues have been raised about when meta-analysis is appropriate and about the level of rigor required to establish confidence in the findings. These issues have complicated the interpretation of the results of the 16, 17 studies for this topic. We re-evaluated the included studies in the 3rd Edition meta-analysis and found that they varied in terms of the target temperature, the length of time hypothermia was maintained, and the rate of rewarming. These differences were used for subgroup analyses in the 3rd Edition but with the caveat that sample sizes were small. However, if these treatment differences are clinically important, combining the studies in order to determine an overall impact is not appropriate. One new Class 1 study, two new Class 2 studies, and 10-15 six Class 2 studies from the 3rd Edition were included as primary evidence for this topic (Table 2-2).
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In the study by Abrams et al (2006) in which men were randomized to either tolterodine 2 mg twice daily or placebo, the total number of adverse events was similar between the tolterodine (58%) and 122 placebo (51%) groups. The rates of withdrawal due to adverse events were also similar between tolterodine (6%) and placebo (7%). Other specific adverse events including urinary retention were reported at similar rates between the tolterodine and placebo groups. In a smaller unblinded trial, 50 men were randomized between monotherapy with tamsulosin 123 0. In a large double blinded, placebo controlled study by Kaplan and colleagues (2006), 879 men were randomized to either daily tamsulosin 0. Dry mouth was the most commonly reported adverse event, occurring in 21% of men using combination therapy and in 7% of men in each of the monotherapy groups. In the largest study in which 1,080 men were enrolled, the total withdrawal rate was 14. In the second single group cohort study of 43 consecutive men four (9%) withdrew due to dry 125 mouth. These products are usually extracts of plants (phytotherapy) used alone or in combination. Furthermore, the quality and purity of these over-the-counter supplements are not rigorously monitored, adding further 129-131 uncertainty about the value and safety of these products. Despite many years of research and a large number of publications, the quality, size, and length of most studies are suboptimal, making it impossible to offer firm recommendations and clear clinical guidance. Most studies have been small and very short in duration (often three months or less), and have used products of uncertain quality and purity and inadequate analytic strategies and outcome assessments for both efficacy and safety. Single-extract Products Saw Palmetto the saw palmetto plant is a dwarf palm tree that grows predominantly in the southeastern United States. A prior Cochrane meta-analysis (dated January 2002) found 21 randomized trials of saw palmetto and concluded that the evidence supported a modest beneficial effect of saw palmetto on 134 both symptoms and flow rates and found few adverse effects associated with its use. These trials employed sample sizes of 85 to 225 participants with follow-up times lasting three to 12 months. All trials used a dose of 320 mg per day of the extract in single or divided doses. Five other trials examined combinations of dietary supplements, in which one of the constituents was saw palmetto (see below). Despite an apparent improvement in symptoms among the participants in each treatment group, within-group comparisons are of little value for assessment of specific pharmacologic efficacy of any supplement, as this response may be due to regression to the mean and a strong placebo effect. The results were similar in the one trial with tamsulosin-treated controls that reported sexual-functioning outcomes; this study also reported that saw palmetto allocated participants had fewer ejaculatory disturbances compared to those assigned to the alpha 139 blocker. Urtica Dioica In addition to saw palmetto, the only other single phytotherapeutic with recently published data is an extract of the stinging nettle plant (Urtica dioica). Most of these products contain saw palmetto in addition to a variety of other dietary supplements. Among the more recently published randomized trials, six studies have reported comparative effects of five different herbal blends: two trials of a combination of saw palmetto 147 148 and Urtica dioica (one placebo-controlled, the other using a tamsulosin comparator), three placebo 149-151 controlled trials of a product containing saw palmetto and one trial of an Ayurvedic herbal blend of 152 phytotherapies that did not contain saw palmetto. The two largest trials of saw palmetto-containing herbal combinations showed 147, 150 significant improvements in the active-treatment arms compared to the placebo arms; the two smaller trials found no significant differences but may have been hindered by insufficient statistical 149, 151 power (the first of these was a mechanistic study and was not intended to be fully powered for symptom outcomes). The same study reported no effect of either the saw palmetto-Urtica blend 148 or the alpha-blocker on indices of sexual or erectile functioning over the course of the trial. Among the four placebo-controlled trials of saw palmetto-containing compounds, three found no significant difference between treatment groups while one reported a small but 151 significant difference between groups. In both of these trials, there was little change in overall prostate size and no significant differences between groups in observed changes in the prostate volume. 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