Cause, distribution and significance of episodes of reduced cerebral perfusion pressure following head injury

@article{Cortbus1994CauseDA,
  title={Cause, distribution and significance of episodes of reduced cerebral perfusion pressure following head injury},
  author={F. Cortbus and Jr. Plummer Alson Jones and Jeffrey D. Miller and I. R. Piper and James L. Tocher},
  journal={Acta Neurochirurgica},
  year={1994},
  volume={130},
  pages={117-124}
}
SummaryA group of 74 patients with head injury (54 severe, 17 moderate and 3 minor) had continuous monitoring of both arterial and intracranial pressure with computer-based registration of these pressures, cerebral perfusion pressure and other vairables. In 60 patients cerebral perfusion pressure CPP fell below 60 mm Hg for periods of 5 minutes or longer. The distribution over time of these reductions in CPP during up to 12 days of monitoring was studied, and each episode of reduced CPP was… CONTINUE READING

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