Practice of Sedation and Analgesia in Patients With Severe Brain Injury in China
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Sedation and analgesia is necessary management for patients in the intensive care units. The high-level studies of sedation and analgesia in China are still deficient, especially in patients with brain injuries who even have been excluded from the relevant studies.
Condition or disease
Intensive Care Unit
Diagnostic Test: The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS)
Sedation and analgesia is necessary management for patients in the intensive care units. The high-level studies of sedation and analgesia in China are still deficient, especially in patients with brain injuries who even have been excluded from the relevant studies. In the present study, a multicenter, 1‐day point cross‐sectional study about the sedation and analgesia among patients in China, particularly brain‐injured will be investigated. The objectives are to investigate sedation and analgesia among patients in China and to compare sedation and analgesia between brain injuries and other patients.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
All the patients at 9am on the on-site investigation day in the participating ICUs will be screened and enrolled according to the inclusion and exclusion criteria.
All adult patients admitted to the participating ICUs on the investigation day