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Susan Rowell

TRANEXAMIC ACID IS NOT INFERIOR TO PLACEBO WITH RESPECT TO ADVERSE EVENTS IN SUPECTED TBI PATIENTS NOT IN SHOCK WITH A NORMAL HEAD CT: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF A RANDOMIZED TRIAL.
Harmer J, Dewey EN, Meier EN, Rowell SE, Schreiber MA. TRANEXAMIC ACID IS NOT INFERIOR TO PLACEBO WITH RESPECT TO ADVERSE EVENTS IN SUPECTED TBI PATIENTS NOT IN SHOCK WITH A NORMAL HEAD CT: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF A RANDOMIZED TRIAL. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2022 Apr 01.
PMID: 35358154

Developing a National Trauma Research Action Plan: Results from the prehospital and mass casualty research Delphi survey.
Newgard CD, Braverman MA, Phuong J, Shipper ES, Price MA, Bixby PJ, Goralnick E, Daya MR, Lerner EB, Guyette FX, Rowell S, Doucet J, Jenkins P, Mann NC, Staudenmayer K, Blake DP, Bulger E. Developing a National Trauma Research Action Plan: Results from the prehospital and mass casualty research Delphi survey. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2022 02 01; 92(2):398-406.
PMID: 34789701

Developing a National Trauma Research Action Plan (NTRAP): Results from the Prehospital & Mass Casualty Research Delphi Survey.
Newgard CD, Braverman MA, Phuong J, Shipper ES, Price MA, Bixby PJ, Goralnick E, Daya MR, Lerner EB, Guyette FX, Rowell S, Doucet J, Jenkins P, Mann NC, Staudenmayer K, Blake DP, Bulger E. Developing a National Trauma Research Action Plan (NTRAP): Results from the Prehospital & Mass Casualty Research Delphi Survey. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2021 Nov 15.
PMID: 34789701

Fibrinolysis in Traumatic Brain Injury: Diagnosis, Management, and Clinical Considerations.
Anderson TN, Farrell DH, Rowell SE. Fibrinolysis in Traumatic Brain Injury: Diagnosis, Management, and Clinical Considerations. Semin Thromb Hemost. 2021 Jul; 47(5):527-537.
PMID: 33878779

Fibrinolytic Activation in Patients with Progressive Intracranial Hemorrhage after Traumatic Brain Injury.
Fair KA, Farrell DH, McCully BH, Rick EA, Dewey EN, Hilliard C, Dean R, Lin A, Hinson H, Barbosa R, Schreiber MA, Rowell SE. Fibrinolytic Activation in Patients with Progressive Intracranial Hemorrhage after Traumatic Brain Injury. J Neurotrauma. 2021 04 15; 38(8):960-966.
PMID: 31382848

Tranexamic acid administration in the field does not affect admission thromboelastography after traumatic brain injury.
Dixon AL, McCully BH, Rick EA, Dewey E, Farrell DH, Morrison LJ, McMullan J, Robinson BRH, Callum J, Tibbs B, Dries DJ, Jui J, Gandhi RR, Garrett JS, Weisfeldt ML, Wade CE, Aufderheide TP, Frascone RJ, Tallon JM, Kannas D, Williams C, Rowell SE, Schreiber MA. Tranexamic acid administration in the field does not affect admission thromboelastography after traumatic brain injury. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2020 11; 89(5):900-907.
PMID: 33105308

Effect of Out-of-Hospital Tranexamic Acid vs Placebo on 6-Month Functional Neurologic Outcomes in Patients With Moderate or Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.
Rowell SE, Meier EN, McKnight B, Kannas D, May S, Sheehan K, Bulger EM, Idris AH, Christenson J, Morrison LJ, Frascone RJ, Bosarge PL, Colella MR, Johannigman J, Cotton BA, Callum J, McMullan J, Dries DJ, Tibbs B, Richmond NJ, Weisfeldt ML, Tallon JM, Garrett JS, Zielinski MD, Aufderheide TP, Gandhi RR, Schlamp R, Robinson BRH, Jui J, Klein L, Rizoli S, Gamber M, Fleming M, Hwang J, Vincent LE, Williams C, Hendrickson A, Simonson R, Klotz P, Sopko G, Witham W, Ferrara M, Schreiber MA. Effect of Out-of-Hospital Tranexamic Acid vs Placebo on 6-Month Functional Neurologic Outcomes in Patients With Moderate or Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. JAMA. 2020 09 08; 324(10):961-974.
PMID: 32897344

Early Tranexamic Acid Administration After Traumatic Brain Injury Is Associated With Reduced Syndecan-1 and Angiopoietin-2 in Patients With Traumatic Intracranial Hemorrhage.
Anderson TN, Hinson HE, Dewey EN, Rick EA, Schreiber MA, Rowell SE. Early Tranexamic Acid Administration After Traumatic Brain Injury Is Associated With Reduced Syndecan-1 and Angiopoietin-2 in Patients With Traumatic Intracranial Hemorrhage. J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2020 Sep/Oct; 35(5):317-323.
PMID: 32881765

Blood-based biomarkers for prediction of intracranial hemorrhage and outcome in patients with moderate or severe traumatic brain injury.
Anderson TN, Hwang J, Munar M, Papa L, Hinson HE, Vaughan A, Rowell SE. Blood-based biomarkers for prediction of intracranial hemorrhage and outcome in patients with moderate or severe traumatic brain injury. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2020 07; 89(1):80-86.
PMID: 32251265

Can QuickBrain MRI replace CT as first-line imaging for select pediatric head trauma?
Sheridan DC, Pettersson D, Newgard CD, Selden NR, Jafri MA, Lin A, Rowell S, Hansen ML. Can QuickBrain MRI replace CT as first-line imaging for select pediatric head trauma? J Am Coll Emerg Physicians Open. 2020 Oct; 1(5):965-973.
PMID: 33145547

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