Dr Matthias Jaeger is a Neurosurgeon at Wollongong Hospital. His research interests include Neurosurgery, analysis of intracranial haemo- and hydrodynamics, including diagnosis and management of idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus.
Pham P, Bindra J, Aneman A, Chuan A, Worthington JM, Jaeger M. Non-invasive monitoring of dynamic cerebrovascular autoregulation and ‘optimal blood pressure’ in normal adult subjects. Neurocrit Care 2019; 30:201-6.
Chuan A, Short TG, Peng AZY, Wen, SYB, Sun AX, Ting TH, Wan AS, Pope L, Jaeger M, Aneman A. Is cerebrovascular autoregulation associated with outcome after major noncardiac surgery? Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 2019; 63:8-17.
Wen SYB, Peng AZY, Boyle S, Cai S, Pope L, Tran MT, Short TG, Aneman A, Jaeger M, Chuan A. A pilot study using pre-operative cerebral tissue oxygen saturation to stratify cardiovascular risk in major non-cardiac surgery. Anaesth Intensive Care 2017; 45:202-9.
Jaeger M, Khoo AK, Conforti DA, Cuganesan R. Relationship between intracranial pressure and phase contrast cine MRI derived measures of intracranial pulsations in idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus. J Clin Neurosci 2016; 33:169-72.
Bindra J, Pham P, Aneman A, Chuan A, Jaeger M. Non-invasive monitoring of cerebrovascular autoregulation using near infrared spectroscopy and the finometer photoplethysmograph. Neurocrit Care 2016; 24:442-7.
Bindra J, Pham P, Chuan A, Jaeger M, Aneman A. Is impaired cerebrovascular autoregulation associated with outcome in patients admitted to ICU with early septic shock? Crit Care Resusc 2016; 18:95-101.
Pham P, Bindra J, Chuan A, Jaeger M, Aneman A. Are changes in cerebrovascular autoregulation following cardiac arrest associated with neurological outcome? Results of a pilot study. Resuscitation 2015; 96:192-8.
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
Neurosurgical Society of Australasia
Cooperative Trials Group for Neuro-Oncology (GOGNO)
International Society for Hydrocephalus and Cerebrospinal Fluid Disorders