Induced Hypothermia Does Not Improve Outcomes for Patients With Severe Bacterial Meningitis; May Be Harmful
According to a new study, for adults with severe bacterial meningitis, induced hypothermia did not improve patient outcomes. Researchers suggest this treatment may even be harmful.
Researchers discover the expression of certain clock genes plays a critical role in delaying the emergence of age-related signs in the brain.
Researchers have developed a computational model which can more accurately predict when the next epileptic seizure will occur by using a patient’s personalized medical information.
Using VNS tone therapy is safe and has brought some significant improvement to some tinnitus sufferers, a new study reports.
A new study reports even low levels of APOE4 can increase beta-amyloid plaques in the brain and neuronal damage in mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease. However, introducing APOE2 can reduce amyloid deposits and other associated damage.
Researchers Discover Idling Brain Activity in Severely Brain Injured Patients Who “Wake Up” After Using a Sleep Drug
Researchers discover a signature of brain activity in some severely brain injured patients, who regained some consciousness after using certain drug treatments.
Neuroimaging brain scans show evidence of brain abnormalities four months after a mild concussion occurs, researchers report.
High levels of SNTF in the blood after TBI correlate with brain tissue damage, researchers discover.
Patients with temporal lobe epilepsy have widespread, abnormal connections in their brains. The finding could provide new clues for diagnosis and treatment, a new study suggests.