Upon completion of this workshop, the healthcare professional will be able to:
- Define the four dimensions of neurotrauma: causation, intensity, affects and time.
- Identify the major pathway of TBI: Trauma, Acute cellular damage, inflammation (Oxidative Stress), interrupted cellular function, neurosteroid dysfunction, cognitive and neurobehavioral symptoms.
- Recognize that the presence of Diffuse Axonal Injury can help identify impaired hypothalamic pituitary function and general outcome.
- List the different neurosteroids: Estrogens, Pregnenolone, Allopregnenolone, Progesterone, Allopregnanolone, Testosterone, DHT and DHEA.
- Describe how glial cells are the major source of neurosteroids.
Dr. Mark Gordon, MD
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