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Assessment of Intracranial Hemodynamics in Sleep Apnea Syndrome
TLDR
The increased CO2 reactivity during sleep may indicate a “hypersensitivity” of intracranial vascular CO2 or pH receptors and a disturbance of central catecholaminergic and cholinergic systems.
Sleep apnea syndrome and cerebral hemodynamics.
TLDR
The results showed that direct neuronal influences on brain perfusion during apnea are evident and underline the influence of dynamically changing sleep patterns on cerebral perfusion in these patients.
Relationship Between Circadian Blood Pressure Patterns and Progression of Early Carotid Atherosclerosis: A 3-Year Follow-Up Study
TLDR
The daytime systolic blood pressure variability is a strong predictor of early carotid atherosclerosis progression and is useful to define the risk-benefit ratio of therapeutic approaches.
Prognostic relevance of pathological sympathetic activation after acute thromboembolic stroke
TLDR
The involvement of the insular cortex, the occurrence of a pathologic nighttime blood pressure increase, and an initially increased serum norepinephrine concentration are independent predictors of poor long-term outcome.
Doppler CO2 Test as an Indicator of Cerebral Vasoreactivity and Prognosis in Severe Intracranial Hemorrhages
TLDR
Transcranial Doppler CO2 testing in patients with severe cerebral disease and elevated intracranial pressure provides useful information regarding hemodynamic state, prognosis, and determination of beneficial effects of specific therapy.
Prophylaxis of Thrombotic and Embolic Events in Acute Ischemic Stroke With the Low-Molecular-Weight Heparin Certoparin: Results of the PROTECT Trial
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Certoparin (3000 U anti-Xa OD) is at least as effective and safe as UFH (TID) for the prevention of thromboembolic complications in patients with acute ischemic stroke.
Noninvasive prediction of intracranial pressure curves using transcranial Doppler ultrasonography and blood pressure curves.
TLDR
These results demonstrate that this method constitutes a promising step toward a noninvasive ICP prediction that may be clinically applicable under well-defined conditions.
Noninvasive prediction of intracranial pressure curves using transcranial Doppler ultrasonography and blood pressure curves.
TLDR
These results demonstrate that this method constitutes a promising step toward a noninvasive ICP prediction that may be clinically applicable under well-defined conditions.
Cerebral autoregulatory response depends on the direction of change in perfusion pressure.
TLDR
The autoregulatory response was significantly greater during increase than during decrease in CPP, which may indicate non-linear behavior of cerebral Autoregulation.
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