Prof Martin Smith MBBS FRCA
Consultant and Honorary Professor in Neuroanaesthesia and Neurocritical Care NHNN, UCLH
Brain Monitoring Research Group
Development and application of novel optical methods for monitoring the injured brain
Novel biomarkers of brain injury
Multimodal monitoring of the injured brain
Near-infrared spectroscopy: shedding light on the injured brain.
Increase in cerebral aerobic metabolism by normobaric hyperoxia after traumatic brain injury. Tisdall M, Tachtsidis I, Leung T, Elwell, C, Smith M. J Neurosurg 2008; 109: 424-32.
Metabolic failure precedes intracranial pressure rises in traumatic brain injury: a microdialysis study. Belli A, Sen J, Petzold A, Russo S, Kitchen N, Smith M. Acta Neurochir 2008; 150: 461-70.
Near infrared spectroscopic quantification of changes in the concentration of oxidised cytochrome oxidase in the healthy human brain during hypoxaemia. Tisdall M, Tachtsidis I, Leung T, Elwell C, Smith M. J Biomed Opt 2007; 12: 024002/1-024002/7.
Extracellular N-acetylaspartate depletion in traumatic brain injury. Belli A, Sen J, Petzold A, Russo S, Kitchen N, Smith M, Tavazzi B, Vagnozzi R, Signoretti S, Amorini A, Bellia F, Lazzarino G. J Neurochem 2006; 96: 861-9
The National Hospital,
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