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Intracranial Pressure and Neuromonitoring in Brain Injury
Proceedings of the Tenth International ICP Symposium, Williamsburg, Virginia, May 25-29, 19973893
This volume contains the most recent works on intracranial pressure and neuromonitoring in brain injury selected from 300 abstracts submitted to the 10th International Symposium on Intracranial Pressure. It includes state of the art monitoring of the brain injured patient in intensive care as well as the current state of knowledge in neurochemical and oxygen monitoring of the injured brain. Recent advances in molecular mechanisms of injury and the pathophysiology of ischemia and trauma are also included. "... this publication presents a comprehensive survey of the present state of art in the field and thus gives directions for further research to those engaged in ICP measurement and neuromonitoring". Intensive Care Med
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"... The scientific works presented in this volume document the current state of the art in ICP research and in the field of neuromonitoring as well as their therapeutic applications." Acta Neurologica Belgica 12/1998
Management of ICP and CPP.- Cerebral Hemodynamic Changes during Sustained Hypocapnia in Severe Head Injury: Can Hyperventilation Cause Cerebral Ischemia?.- Use of Vasopressors to Raise Cerebral Perfusion Pressure in Head Injured Patients.- Effects on Intracranial Pressure of Fentanyl in Severe Head Injured Patients.- The Possible Role of CSF Hydrodynamic Parameters Following in Management of SAH Patients.- Decompressive Craniectomy in Patients with Uncontrollable Intracranial Hypertension.- A Comparison of the Effects of Norepinephrine, Epinephrine, and Dopamine on Cerebral Blood Flow and Oxygen Utilisation.- Comparative Effects of Hypothermia, Barbiturate, and Osmotherapy for Cerebral Oxygen Metabolism, Intracranial Pressure, and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure in Patients with Severe Head Injury.- Incidence of Intracranial Hypertension after Severe Head Injury: A Prospective Study Using the Traumatic Coma Data Bank Classification.- Treatment of Elevated Intracranial Pressure by Infusions of 10% Saline in Severely Head Injured Patients.- Pharmacokinetics of Serum Glycerol and Changes of ICP: Comparison of Gastric and Duodenal Administration.- External Lumbar Drainage in Uncontrollable Intracranial Pressure in Adults with Severe Head Injury: A Report of 7 Cases.- ICP Measurement Techniques.- ICP-CBF Trauma Bolt, Laboratory Evaluation.- Bilateral ICP Monitoring: Its Importance in Detecting the Severity of Secondary Insults.- Clinical Evaluation of the Codman Microsensor Intracranial Pressure Monitoring System.- Cerebral Monitoring Devices: Analysis of Complications.- Comparison of Percutaneous Ventriculostomies and Intraparenchymal Monitor: A Retrospective Evaluation of 156 Patients.- Anterior Fontanelle Pressure Recording with the Rotterdam Transducer: Variation of Normal Parameters with Age.- Interhemispheric Pressure Gradients in Severe Head Trauma in Humans.- An Avoidable Methodological Failure in Intracranial Pressure Monitoring Using Fiberoptic or Solid State Devices.- Influence of Hyperventilation on Brain Tissue-PO2, PCO2, and pH in Patients with Intracranial Hypertension.- Non-Invasive Measurement of Pulsatile Intracranial Pressures Using Ultrasound.- Noninvasive Measurement of Intracranial Pressure in Neonates and Infants: Experience with the Rotterdam Teletransducer.- Neuromonitoring in Intensive Care.- Continous Monitoring of Cerebrovascular Pressure-Reactivity in Head Injury.- Real-Time Multiparametric Monitoring of the Injured Human Cerebral Cortex - a New Approach.- Continous Intracranial Multimodality Monitoring Comparing Local Cerebral Blood Flow, Cerebral Perfusion Pressure, and Microvascular Resistance.- Significance of Multimodal Cerebral Monitoring under Moderate Therapeutic Hypothermia for Severe Head Injury.- Brain-Stem Auditory Evoked Potential Monitoring in Experimental Diffuse Brain Injury.- Complications and Safety Associated with ICP Monitoring: A Study of 542 Patients.- Morphological and Hemodynamic Evaluations by Means of Transcranial Power Doppler Imaging in Patients with Severe Head Injury.- The Effect of Experimental Spinal Cord Edema on the Spinal Evoked Potential.- Traumatic Brain Injury.- Blood Brain Barrier Permeability and Acute Inflammation in Two Models of Traumatic Brain Injury in the Immature Rat: A Preliminary Report.- Prospective Analysis of Patient Management in Severe Head Injury.- Effects of Cerebral Perfusion Pressure on Brain Tissue PO2 in Patients with Severe Head Injury.- Neuroprotective Properties of Aptiganel HCl (Cerestat (c)) Following Controlled Cortical Impact Injury.- Relationship of Neuron Specific Enolase and Protein S-100 Concentrations in Systemic and Jugular Venous Serum to Injury Severity and Outcome after Traumatic Brain Injury.- Antioxidant, OPC-14117, Attenuates Edema Formation, and Subsequent Tissue Damage Following Cortical Contusion in Rats.- Failure of Cerebral Autoregulation in an Experimental Diffuse Brain Injury Model.- Early Cerebral Blood Volume after Sever