Comparison of strategies for monitoring and treating patients at the early phase of severe traumatic brain injury: the multicentre randomised controlled OXY-TC trial study protocol

Payen, Jean-Francois ✉; Richard, Marion; Francony, Gilles; Audibert, Gerard; Barbier, Emmanuel L.; Bruder, Nicolas; Dahyot-Fizelier, Claire; Geeraerts, Thomas; Gergele, Laurent; Puybasset, Louis; Vigue, Bernard; Skaare, Kristina; Bosson, Jean Luc; Bouzat, Pierre

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: BMJ OPEN 2044-6055 10 (8) Paper: e040550 , 8 p. 2020
  • SJR Scopus - Medicine (miscellaneous): Q1
    Introduction Intracranial hypertension is considered as an independent risk factor of mortality and neurological disabilities after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). However, clinical studies have demonstrated that episodes of brain ischaemia/hypoxia are common despite normalisation of intracranial pressure (ICP). This study assesses the impact on neurological outcome of guiding therapeutic strategies based on the monitoring of both brain tissue oxygenation pressure (PbtO(2)) and ICP during the first 5 days following severe TBI. Methods and analysis Multicentre, open-labelled, randomised controlled superiority trial with two parallel groups in 300 patients with severe TBI. Intracerebral monitoring must be in place within the first 16 hours post-trauma. Patients are randomly assigned to the ICP group or to the ICP + PbtO(2)group. The ICP group is managed according to the international guidelines to maintain ICP <= 20 mm Hg. The ICP + PbtO(2)group is managed to maintain PbtO(2)>= 20 mm Hg in addition to the conventional optimisation of ICP. The primary outcome measure is the neurological status at 6 months as assessed using the extended Glasgow Outcome Scale. Secondary outcome measures include quality-of-life assessment, mortality rate, therapeutic intensity and incidence of critical events during the first 5 days. Analysis will be performed according to the intention-to-treat principle and full statistical analysis plan developed prior to database freeze. Ethics and dissemination This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board of Sud-Est V (14-CHUG-48) and from the National Agency for Medicines and Health Products Safety (Agence Nationale de Securite du Medicament et des produits de sante) (141 435B-31). Results will be presented at scientific meetings and published in peer-reviewed publications. The study was registered with ClinTrials NCT02754063 on 28 April 2016 (pre-results).
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