R Enzenbach

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Extracranial intracranial arterial anastomosis is gaining acceptance as a form of treatment in selected cases with ischemic cerebrovascular disease. To establish indications for this operation and to provide an objective assessment of postoperative results, regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) studies were performed in 110 patients with cerebrovascular(More)
Since an increase in the right atrial pressure (RAP) above the left atrial pressure (LAP) may then lead to paradoxical air embolism, the efficacy of pneumatic antishock garments (PASGs) and ventilation with positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) in preventing increases in the RAP above the LAP was investigated during neurosurgical procedures. We examined(More)
Anaesthetic agents reduce cerebral metabolism and may impair coupling of cerebral blood flow and metabolism. We analyzed the effects of isoflurane (I) (1 MAC), fentanyl (F), thiopental (T) (32.5 mg/kg x hr) and alpha-chloralose (C) on rCBF and brain oedema formation after a focal cerebral injury (cold lesion) in rabbits (n = 6 per group). In the isoflurane(More)
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