Bedside percutaneous subdural tapping for the treatment of septated chronic subdural hematomas

Hasibullah Habibi, Raphaela Alender, Kai Kallenberg, Veit Rohde & Florian Stockhammer
Objective: Bedside percutaneous subdural tapping (BPST) in local anesthesia has proofed equally effective to placing subdural drains via extended burr-hole trephination. However, chronic subdural hematomas frequently consist of subacute parts with clots and septated compartments. In our institution [for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]