[Experimental studies on the intracranial pressure increase by ketamine in haemorrhagic shock (author's transl)].


In 12 normocapnic ventilated dogs the intracranial pressure (ICP) was increased 3-4 fold by distension of the balloon of a Foley catheter (imitating a space occupying lesion). Thereafter a shock state (aortic pressure PsA 80 mm Hg) over 20 min was induced by arterial bleeding. ICP and more pronounced cerebral perfusion pressure (CPP) decreased. Injection of… (More)


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