Intracranial electrical impedance tomography: a method of continuous monitoring in an animal model of head trauma.

  title={Intracranial electrical impedance tomography: a method of continuous monitoring in an animal model of head trauma.},
  author={Preston K. Manwaring and Karen L. Moodie and Alexander Hartov and Kim H Manwaring and Ryan J. Halter},
  journal={Anesthesia and analgesia},
  volume={117 4},
BACKGROUND Electrical impedance tomography (EIT) is a method that can render continuous graphical cross-sectional images of the brain's electrical properties. Because these properties can be altered by variations in water content, shifts in sodium concentration, bleeding, and mass deformation, EIT has promise as a sensitive instrument for head injury monitoring to improve early recognition of deterioration and to observe the benefits of therapeutic intervention. This study presents a swine… CONTINUE READING
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