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Central nervous system haemorrhage is a severe pathology, as a small amount of bleeding inside the brain can result in devastating consequences. Haemostatic agents might decrease the consequences of intra- cranial bleeding, whichever spontaneous, traumatic, or anticoagulation treatment etiology. Proacogulant recombinant activated factor VII (rFVIIa) has(More)
Endoscopic neurosurgery is a minimally invasive technique that has been developing rapidly. It is mainly indicated for the treatment of hydrocephaly due to ventriculocisternostomy, biopsies of cerebral ventricular lesions, evacuation of cerebral hematomas and spinal surgery. Hemorrhage, infection and spinal fluid fistula are known complications. We report(More)
INTRODUCTION Glucose administration to patients about to undergo neurosurgery must be avoided because perioperative cerebral ischemia in a context of hyperglycemia worsens the neurological prognosis. Furthermore, prolonged hypoglycemia can also provoke lesions that resemble those occasioned by states of ischemia-hypoxia. OBJECTIVES To evaluate glycemic(More)
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