Characteristics and Sequelae of Intracranial Hypertension After Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Neurocritical Care , 08/09/2012
Kamel H et al. – Intracranial hypertension is common after ICH, especially in younger patients with supratentorial hemorrhage. Given active treatment of elevated ICP, intracranial hypertension does not appear associated with long–term outcomes, suggesting that ICP elevations should not necessarily be taken to signify a poor prognosis.