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Cardiac Output and Cerebral Blood Flow: The Integrated Regulation of Brain Perfusion in Adult Humans
Cerebral blood flow (CBF) is rigorously regulated by various powerful mechanisms to safeguard the match between cerebral metabolic demand and supply. The question of how a change in cardiac outputExpand
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Lidocaine Reduces Acute Postoperative Pain After Supratentorial Tumor Surgery in the PACU: A Secondary Finding From a Randomized, Controlled Trial
Background: Perioperative lidocaine infusion has been reported to reduce postoperative pain in patients after abdominal surgery; however, no study has examined lidocaine’s effect on acuteExpand
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Mild Sedation Exacerbates or Unmasks Focal Neurologic Dysfunction in Neurosurgical Patients with Supratentorial Brain Mass Lesions in a Drug-specific Manner
Background:Sedation is commonly used in neurosurgical patients but has been reported to produce transient focal neurologic dysfunction. The authors hypothesized that in patients withExpand
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Variation of the default mode network with altered alertness levels induced by propofol
Background The default mode network (DMN) is closely associated with the maintenance of alertness and cognitive functions. This study aimed to observe the changes in DMN induced by increasing dosesExpand
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Effects of combining electroacupuncture with general anesthesia induced by sevoflurane in patients undergoing supratentorial craniotomy and improvements in their clinical recovery profile & blood
Drug-induced anesthesia combined with electroacupuncture (EA) in patients has been put into practice in recent years in China. In this study, we showed the effectiveness of EA on the speed ofExpand
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Flurbiprofen and hypertension but not hydroxyethyl starch are associated with post-craniotomy intracranial haematoma requiring surgery.
BACKGROUND Post-craniotomy intracranial haematoma is one of the most serious complications after neurosurgery. We examined whether post-craniotomy intracranial haematoma requiring surgery isExpand
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Immune Cell Populations Decrease During Craniotomy Under General Anesthesia
BACKGROUND: Postoperative infections are common and potentially fatal complications in neurosurgical intensive care medicine. An impairment of immune function after central nervous system surgery isExpand
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Depth of Anesthesia and Postoperative Delirium
In this article, we reviewed the association between depth of anesthesia and postoperative delirium. We also evaluated the evidence for intraoperative brain function monitoring to prevent deliriumExpand
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Lidocaine Did Not Reduce Neuropsychological-Cognitive Decline in Patients 6 Months After Supratentorial Tumor Surgery: A Randomized, Controlled Trial
&NA; There is equivocal evidence examining cognitive improvement in response to lidocaine during cardiac surgery; however, no study has examined its effect on postoperativeExpand
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Effects of Dexmedetomidine on motor- and somatosensory-evoked potentials in patients with thoracic spinal cord tumor: a randomized controlled trial
BackgroundWe hypothesized that the addition of dexmedetomidine in a clinically relevant dose to propofol-remifentanil anesthesia regimen does not exert an adverse effect on motor-evoked potentialsExpand
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