Perioperative optimal blood pressure as determined by ultrasound tagged near infrared spectroscopy and its association with postoperative acute kidney injury in cardiac surgery patients.

@article{Hori2016PerioperativeOB,
  title={Perioperative optimal blood pressure as determined by ultrasound tagged near infrared spectroscopy and its association with postoperative acute kidney injury in cardiac surgery patients.},
  author={Daijiro Hori and Charles W. Hogue and Hideo Adachi and Laura K. Max and Joel E Price and Christopher M. Sciortino and Kenton J. Zehr and John V. Conte and Duke E. Cameron and Kaushik Mandal},
  journal={Interactive cardiovascular and thoracic surgery},
  year={2016},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={
          445-51
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Perioperative blood pressure management by targeting individualized optimal blood pressure, determined by cerebral blood flow autoregulation monitoring, may ensure sufficient renal perfusion. The purpose of this study was to evaluate changes in the optimal blood pressure for individual patients, determined during cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) and during early postoperative period in intensive care unit (ICU). A secondary aim was to examine if excursions below optimal blood pressure in… CONTINUE READING

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