His scientific interests lie mostly in Surgery, Traumatic brain injury, Immunology, Inflammation and Neuroinflammation. He combines subjects such as Adverse effect and MEDLINE with his study of Surgery. His research integrates issues of Endocrinology, Central nervous system, Internal medicine and Pathology in his study of Traumatic brain injury.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Immunology, Nerve growth factor is strongly linked to Blood–brain barrier. His Inflammation study combines topics in areas such as Tumor necrosis factor alpha and Brain damage. As part of the same scientific family, Philip F. Stahel usually focuses on Neuroinflammation, concentrating on Interleukin 18 and intersecting with Autoimmune disease and Neurodegeneration.
Surgery, Traumatic brain injury, Immunology, Orthopedic surgery and Complement system are his primary areas of study. His Surgery study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Patient safety. His work investigates the relationship between Traumatic brain injury and topics such as Neuroinflammation that intersect with problems in Neuroscience.
His Immunology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cerebrospinal fluid and Blood–brain barrier. Philip F. Stahel has researched Inflammation in several fields, including Tumor necrosis factor alpha, Endocrinology and Cytokine. His Closed head injury research incorporates elements of Head injury and Neuroprotection.
His main research concerns Surgery, Fracture fixation, General surgery, Fixation and Orthopedic surgery. His Patient safety research extends to the thematically linked field of Surgery. His Fixation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Femoral Neck Fractures, After treatment and Trauma center.
Philip F. Stahel usually deals with Orthopedic surgery and limits it to topics linked to External fixation and Polytrauma, Laparotomy and Blunt trauma. His study in Cause of death is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Traumatic brain injury and Intensive care medicine. His Traumatic brain injury research includes elements of Head injury, Neuroprotection, Immunology, Pathology and Neuroinflammation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Surgery, General surgery, Fracture fixation, MEDLINE and Implant. His research integrates issues of Treatment strategy and Incidence in his study of Surgery. He interconnects Pelvic ring, Retroperitoneal hemorrhage, Randomized controlled trial and Damage control in the investigation of issues within General surgery.
His Fracture fixation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Femoral Neck Fractures and Femoral neck. His work deals with themes such as Unnecessary Surgery, Elective surgery and Emergency medicine, which intersect with MEDLINE. In his research on the topic of Complication, Internal fixation and Reduction is strongly related with Orthopedic surgery.
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Management of bleeding following major trauma: an updated European guideline
Rolf Rossaint;Bertil Bouillon;Vladimir Cerny;Timothy J. Coats.
Critical Care (2010)
Inflammatory response in acute traumatic brain injury: a double-edged sword.
Maria Cristina Morganti-Kossmann;Mario Rancan;Philip F Stahel;Thomas K Kossmann.
Current Opinion in Critical Care (2002)
Management of bleeding following major trauma: a European guideline.
Donat R Spahn;Vladimir Cerny;Timothy J Coats;Jacques Duranteau.
Critical Care (2007)
Mouse closed head injury model induced by a weight-drop device
Michael A Flierl;Philip F Stahel;Kathryn M Beauchamp;Steven J Morgan.
Nature Protocols (2009)
Analysis of efficacy and failure in proximal humerus fractures treated with locking plates.
Juan Agudelo;Matthias Schürmann;Philip Stahel;Peter Helwig.
Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma (2007)
Closed head injury--an inflammatory disease?
Oliver I. Schmidt;Christoph E. Heyde;Wolfgang Ertel;Philip F. Stahel.
Brain Research Reviews (2005)
Role of cerebral inflammation after traumatic brain injury: a revisited concept.
Maria Cristina Morganti-Kossmann;Mario Rancan;Viviane I. Otto;Philip F. Stahel.
Wses Jerusalem Guidelines For Diagnosis And Treatment Of Acute Appendicitis
Salomone Di Saverio;Arianna Birindelli;Micheal D. Kelly;Fausto Catena.
World Journal of Emergency Surgery (2016)
Experimental closed head injury: analysis of neurological outcome, blood-brain barrier dysfunction, intracranial neutrophil infiltration, and neuronal cell death in mice deficient in genes for pro-inflammatory cytokines.
Philip F. Stahel;Esther Shohami;Firas M. Younis;Karin Kariya.
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism (2000)
Production of cytokines following brain injury: beneficial and deleterious for the damaged tissue.
M C Morganti-Kossman;P M Lenzlinger;V Hans;P Stahel.
Molecular Psychiatry (1997)
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