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Poster presentations (in chronological order according to the program)

Monday 16.10-16.30

1. Incidence, Mechanisms of injury and mortality of Severe Traumatic BrainInjury: An observational Population-Based Cohort
Clemens Weber

2. Pedatric moderate and severe traumatic brain injury - A National, population-based cohort study
Clemens Weber

3. Dose-effect relationship between self-reported concussive impacts and the point prevalence of elevated mental health
Andersson Mitchell Andersson

4. Early Diagnostic Performance of S100B, GFAP and UCH-L1 Within the Timeframe Definced by the Scandinavian Traumatic Guidelines
Andras Buki

Tuesday 10.40-11.00

5. An outlier analysis for acute blood biomarkers of moderate and severe traumatic brain injury
Otto Korhonen

6. Moderate and severe traumatic brain injury: Lesion frequency distribution maps of brain contusions on early MRI and its association with functional outcome at 12 months
Tirii Svaasand Eliassen

7. Early orthostatic excercise by head-up tilt in severe traumatic brain injury
Christian Riberholt

8. Comparing a prospective research sample to a clinically referred sample of people with persistent postconcussion symptoms
Maria Llene Sandboe

Tuesday 12.55-13.15

9. Monitoring of severe traumatic brain injuries in neurointensive care unit
Aaron Rintala

10. Is there a Weekend Effect in Severe Traumatic Brain Injury? An observational, population-based study from the Norwegian Trauma Registry
Joakim Andreassen

11. Time course visualization of cerebral autoregulation index over the CPP
Bernardo Yelicich

12. Early MRI in a pediatric cohort of moderate and severe TBI - traumatic axonal injury and association to outcome Anne-Mari Holte Flusund

Tuesday 15.10-15.30

13. Persistent postconcussion symptoms after mild traumatic brain injury or monimal head injury
Linda Fordal

14. Increased incidence and mortality of civilian penetrating traumatic brain injury in Sweden
Robert Lilford

15. Severe traumatic brain injury epidemiology, management and outcome in a University Hospital in Montevideo, Uruguay
Leandro Moraes

16. Concussions in the Swedish Mountains - which is the best way ahead 
Poul C Kongstad

Tuesday 17.10-17.30

17. Blood Biomarkers, Diffusion Tensor Imaging, and Outcome after Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Malla Mononen

18. The management of severe traumatic brain injury in the initial postinjury hours - current evidence and controversies Iftakher Hossain

19. One-year outcomes of patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage admitted to a neurosurgical ICU
Panayiotis Stavrinou

20. Risk of epilepsy after the first post-traumatic seizure: a register-based study 
Markus Karlander

Wednesday 10.40-11.00

21.Identification of an Isolated Epidural Hematoma Using Blood-Based Biomarkers in Traumatic Brain Injury
Katja Malmi

22. Incidence of Surgically Treated Chronic Subdural Hematoma after Head Injury with Normal Initial Computed Tomography
Aaro Heinonen

23. Predictors for light sensitivity two months after mild traumatic brain injury
Eirik Vikane

24. FGFR Inhibition protect synapses from microglial reactivity in mild TBI
Albrecht Fröhlich

Wednesday 13.20-13.30

25. Neuronal nuclear calcium signalling suppression of microglial reactivity is mediated by osteoprotegerin after traumatic brain injury
Albrecht Fröhlich

26. Detection of neuroinflammation in the urine of patients with severe traumatic brain injury
Melisa Cetin