Ventriculostomy for acute hydrocepahlus in critically ill patients on the ICU – Outcome analysis of two different procedures

P. Schödel, M. Proescholdt, A. Brawanski & K.M. Schebesch
Objective: The burr-hole trepanation at Kocher's Point and insertion of an external ventricular drainage is one of the most fundamental procedures in neurosurgery. This procedure is usually performed in the operating room (OR) but especially in critically ill patients the transport to the OR represents[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]