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Intracranial Pressure, Pressure-Volume Index and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure During Anaesthesia with Propofol in Neurosurgery

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Effects of anesthetics on intracranial pressure (ICP) and pressure-volume index (PVI) remain an important matter in neuroanaesthesia. Only few studies dealing with the effects of anesthetics on ICP and PVI in humans are available.

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  • Mean Arterial Pressure
  • Cerebral Perfusion Pressure
  • Perfusion Pressure Change
  • Cerebrospinal Fluid System
  • Bolus Injection Technique

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Bendriss, P., Loiseau, H., Stoïber, H.P., Dabadie, P., Castel, J.P. (1993). Intracranial Pressure, Pressure-Volume Index and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure During Anaesthesia with Propofol in Neurosurgery. In: Avezaat, C.J.J., van Eijndhoven, J.H.M., Maas, A.I.R., Tans, J.T.J. (eds) Intracranial Pressure VIII. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-77789-9_147

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