Full Product DetailsAuthor: Georg E. Cold , Niels Juul , M. Rasmussen , A. Tankisi
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
Imprint: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
Edition: 1st ed. Softcover of orig. ed. 2008
Dimensions: Width: 15.60cm , Height: 1.80cm , Length: 23.40cm
ISBN 10: 3642096697
Publication Date: 02 November 2010
Audience: Professional and scholarly , Professional & Vocational
Publisher's Status: Active
Availability: In Print
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Table of ContentsMaterial included in the database.- Method.- Comparative studies of ICP in patients with and without space-occupying lesions.- Studies of regional subdural pressure gradients during craniotomy.- Subdural ICP, degree of swelling after opening of dura in patients with supratentorial tumours.- Subdural ICP, cerebral haemodynamics, tension of dura, and degree of swelling after opening of dura in patients with infratentorial tumours.- Subdural ICP during general anesthesia for craniotomy in patients with supratentorial cerebral tumours- The effects of sevoflurane on subdural ICP and cerebral haemodynamic during craniotomy.- The effect of hyperventilation upon subdural ICP.- The effect of indomethacin on subdural ICP and cerebral haemodynamic.- The effect of dihydroergotamine (DHE) on subdural ICP and cerebral haemodynamic.- The effects of a bolus dose of analgetis upon subdural ICP and cerebral haemodynamics during general anesthesia for craniotomy in patients with supratentorial cerebral tumours.- The effects of a propofol bolus dose upon subdural ICP and cerebral haemodynamic during general anaesthesia for craniotomy in patients with supratentorial cerebral tumours.- The effects reverse Trendelenburg position upon subdural ICP and cerebral haemodynamics during general anaesthesa for craniotomy in patients with supratentorial cerebral tumour.- The effects of evacuation of cerebral cysts upon subdural ICP and CPP.- Comparative studies of therapeutic measures to reduce subdural ICP during craniotomy.- The effect of PEEP upon subdural ICP in patients undergoing supratentorial craniotomy.- Subdural ICP and cerebral haemodynamic during general anaesthesia for craniotomy in patients with cerebral aneurysm.- Subdural ICP in children.-Mosdal Claus Subdural spinal pressure during surgery for spinal cord tumours and surgery for tethered cord. -Studies of jugular pressure.- The differences in PCO2, pH, lactate, K+ and Na+ between arterial blood and jugular bulb blood in patients subjected to craniotomy in either propofol-fentanyl or propofol-remifentanil anaesthesia.- Limitations and complications connected with monitoring of subdural ICP and insertion of jugular catheter.- Review concerning ICP monitoring.
From the reviews: The present book on monitoring of cerebral and spinal haemodynamics is focussed on the huge database of more than 1,800 patients of a single institution ! . It describes the subdural measuring of intracranial pressure during neurosurgical surgery. ! The book contains an updated bibliography with the most relevant literature ! . this is a book with a lot of new information on the pathophysiology of ICP that might be of interest for colleagues who are interested in a specialisation in neuroanaesthesiology. (Ulrich Sure and Beate Schoch, Neurosurgical Review, Vol. 32, 2009)
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