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A national trial on differences in cerebral perfusion pressure values by measurement location.
The objectives of the guidelines are designed for optimization of cerebral Oxygenation, prevention and management of intracranial hypertension, secondary brain insults and preservation of cerebral perfusion pressure (CPP).
Monitoring of ICP and cerebral perfusion pressure (CPP), and interventions for their optimization remain cornerstones of TBI care.
Keywords: body position, cerebral perfusion pressure, Glasgow coma scale, head of bed elevation, intracranial pressure
Brain hypoxia is associated with short-term outcome after severe traumatic brain injury independently of intracranial hypertension and low cerebral perfusion pressure. Neurosurgery.
A decrease in cerebral perfusion pressure is more likely to affect the watershed territory between adjacent vessels, and gaseous emboli should give multiple lesions affecting more than one vessel territory.
Cerebral perfusion pressure is a derived variable expressing the difference between MAP and ICP.
Propofol was not used as the induction agent it is has a direct relaxing effect on the gravid uterus and also critically decreases cerebral perfusion pressure. (3)
Use of vasopressors to raise cerebral perfusion pressure in head injured patients.
Continuous monitoring of such indicators as the absolute values and time dependences of intracranial pressure (ICP), arterial blood pressure (ABP), cerebral perfusion pressure (CPP) and continuous monitoring of brain compliance and cerebrovascular autoregulation are very important for treating brain injuries.
The mean ICP of the study sample was 12, with mean cerebral perfusion pressure of 77.