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Sakowitz, O W; Stover, J F; Sarrafzadeh, A S; Unterberg, A W; Kiening, K L (2007). Effects of mannitol bolus administration on intracranial pressure, cerebral extracellular metabolites, and tissue oxygenation in severely head-injured patients. Journal of Trauma - Injury Infection & Critical Care, 62(2):292-298.

Sakowitz, O W; Schardt, C; Neher, M; Stover, J F; Unterberg, A W; Kiening, K L (2006). Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor does not affect contusion size, brain edema or cerebrospinal fluid glutamate concentrations in rats following controlled cortical impact. In: Hoff, J T; et al. Brain Edema XIII. Wien, OE: Springer, 139-143.

Kiening, K L; Schoening, W; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F; Citerio, G; Enblad, P; Nilssons, P (2005). Assessment of the relationship between age and continuous intracranial compliance. In: Poon, W S; Avezaat, C J J; Chan, M T V; Czosnyka, M. Intracranial Pressure and Brain Monitoring XII. Wien: Springer, 293-297.

Kiening, K L; Schoening, W N; Stover, J F; Unterberg, A W (2003). Continuous monitoring of intracranial compliance after severe head injury: relation to data quality, intracranial pressure and brain tissue PO2. British Journal of Neurosurgery, 17(4):311-318.

Kiening, K L; van Landeghem, F K H; Schreiber, S; Thomale, U W; von Deimling, A; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2002). Decreased hemispheric Aquaporin-4 is linked to evolving brain edema following controlled cortical impact injury in rats. Neuroscience Letters, 324(2):105-108.

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