Publications, Lectures and Abstracts

Publications

  1. Randall M. Chesnut, M.D Intracranial pressure monitoring: headstone or a new head start. The BEST TRIP trial in perspective. Intensive Care Medicine      
  1. Randall M. Chesnut, M.D., Nancy Temkin, Ph.D., Nancy Carney, Ph.D., Sureyya Dikmen, Ph.D., Carlos Rondina, M.D., Walter Videtta, M.D., Gustavo Petroni, M.D., Silvia Lujan, M.D., Jim Pridgeon, M.H.A., Jason Barber, M.S., Joan Machamer, M.A., Kelley Chaddock, B.A., Juanita M. Celix, M.D., Marianna Cherner, Ph.D., and Terence Hendrix, B.A. A Trial of Intracranial-Pressure Monitoring in Traumatic Brain Injury. New England Journal of Medicine      
  1. Carney N., Lujan S., Dikmen S., Temkin N., Petroni G., Pridgeon J., Barber J., Machamer J., Cherner M., Celix J., Videtta W., Rondina C., Chesnut R.  A multi-center randomized controlled trial of use of the intracranial pressure monitor to direct management of severe traumatic brain injury in Latin America.  Journal of Neurotrauma 
  1. Chesnut R., Temkin N., Carney N., Dikmen S., Rondina C., Videtta W., Petroni G., Lujan S.,  Pridgeon J., Machamer J.,  Barber J., Celix J., Chaddock,  K., Cherner M., and Hendrix T. for the Global NeuroTrauma Research Group.  Intracranial pressure monitoring in severe traumatic brain injury:  Protocol for a Randomized Trial*.  Neurosurgery
    * Benchmark Evidence from South American Trials: TReatment of Intracranial Pressure (BEST TRIP trial)
  1. Pridgeon J., Videtta W., and The Neurotrauma Research Group.  Intracranial Pressure Monitoring In Severe Traumatic Brain Injury In Latin America.  International Brain Injury Group.  Brain Injury.

Lectures:

  1. National Neurotrauma Symposium, July 10-13, 2011 – Fort Lauderdale, FL
    1. Abstracts presented (Chesnut, Rondina, Videtta, Temkin, Petroni and Lujan)
  2. Society of Research Administrators, October 22-26, 2011, Montreal, Canada
    1. Lecture title: Trails and Tribulations of Latin American research implementation
      (Pridgeon, Chaddock)
  3. IBIA conference – March 21-25, 2012, Edinburgh, Scotland.
    1. Abstracts presented (Chesnut, Temkin, Videtta)

Abstracts:

National Neurotrauma Symposium, Fort Lauderdale, FL, July 2011 – Accepted
http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/pdfplus/10.1089/neu.2011.9945 

  1. Videtta W., Rondina C., Lujan S., Petroni G., Temkin N., Celix J., Dikmen S., Barber J., Machamer J., Pridgeon J., Chaddock K., Chesnut R.M.   Patterns of “ICP” management in severe traumatic brain injury patients in the absence of ICP monitoring in Latin America.  P313
  1. Chesnut R., Celix J., Chaddock K., Dikmen S., Lujan S., Petroni G., Pridgeon J., Rondina C., Temkin N., Barber J., Machamer J., Videtta W.  Outcome from severe traumatic brain injury in Latin America: results from the Latin American pilot traumatic coma data bank. P310

  2. Temkin N., Lujan S., Petroni G., Rondina C., Videtta W., Dikmen S., Barber J., Machamer J., Celix J., Pridgeon J., Chaddock K., Chesnut R.  Latin American pilot traumatic coma data bank: baseline characteristics.  P314

  3. Petroni G., Perel P., Rondina C., Videtta W., Lujan S., Temkin N., Dikmen S., Pridgeon J., Celix J., Barber J., Chaddock K., Chesnut R.   Prognosis in severe traumatic brain injury:  cross validation of predictive models using a Latin American data base.   P311

  4.  Celix J. Dikmen S., Lujan S., Petroni G., Pridgeon J., Rondina C., Temkin N., Barber J., Machamer J., Chaddock K., Videtta W., Chesnut R.  The association between ICP monitoring and resource level and outcome from severe traumatic brain injury in Latin America. P132

International Brain Injury Association Conference – Edinburgh, Scotland,
March 21-25, 2012

  1. Temkin N., Lujan S., Petroni G., Rondina C., Videtta W., Dikmen S., Barber J., Machamer J., Celix J., Pridgeon J., Chaddock K., Chesnut R.  Latin American Pilot Traumatic Coma Data Bank:  Baseline Characteristics
  1. Chesnut R., Celix J., Chaddock K., Dikman S.,  Lujan S., Petroni G., Pridgeon J., Rondina C., Temkin N., Barber J., Machamer J., Videtta W., and the LAPTCDB Group. Mortality from severe TBI in Latin America vs. the US: influence of ICP monitoring and epochs of care on survival.

  2.   Chesnut R., Celix J., Chaddock K., Dikman S.,  Lujan S., Petroni G., Pridgeon J., Rondina C., Temkin N., Barber J., Machamer J., Videtta W., and the LAPTCDB Group. “Orphan patients”, a unique, important, and unstudied group of TBI patients in Latin America and other LMIC’s.”

  3.  Videtta W., Rondina C., Lujan S., Petroni G., Temkin N., Celix J., Dikmen S., Barber J., Machamer J., Pridgeon J., Chaddock K., Chesnut R., and the LAPTCDB Group. “ICP” management in severe TBI patients in the absence of ICP monitoring in Latin America.