Continuous monitoring of regional cerebral blood flow during temporary arterial occlusion in aneurysm surgery.

@article{Thome2001ContinuousMO,
  title={Continuous monitoring of regional cerebral blood flow during temporary arterial occlusion in aneurysm surgery.},
  author={Claudia E. Thome and Peter Vajkoczy and Peter W. Horn and Christian Bauhuf and U. H{\"u}bner and Peter Schmiedek},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={2001},
  volume={95 3},
  pages={
          402-11
        }
}
OBJECT Temporary arterial occlusion (TAO) during aneurysm surgery carries the risk of ischemic sequelae. Because monitoring of regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) may limit neurological damage, the authors evaluated a novel thermal diffusion (TD) microprobe for use in the continuous and quantitative assessment of rCBF during TAO. METHODS Following subcortical implantation of the device at a depth of 20 mm in the middle cerebral artery or anterior cerebral artery territory, rCBF was… CONTINUE READING

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