THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CEREBRAL OXYGEN SATURATION CHANGES AND POST OPERATIVE NEUROLOGIC COMPLICATIONS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CARDIAC SURGERY

@inproceedings{Negargar2007THERB,
  title={THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CEREBRAL OXYGEN SATURATION CHANGES AND POST OPERATIVE NEUROLOGIC COMPLICATIONS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CARDIAC SURGERY},
  author={Sohrab Negargar and Ata Mahmoudpour and Reza Akhavan Taheri and Sarvin Sanaie},
  year={2007}
}
Objective: To study the relationship between cerebral oxygen saturation changes and postoperative neurologic complications. Methodology: Seventy two adult patients with ASA class II, III who were scheduled for elective cardiac surgery, were randomized into three groups: Group I: with CPB (on –pump) Group II: without CPB (off- pump) Group III: valve surgery. Neuropsychological outcome was assessed by the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE). Cerebral oxygen saturation was also measured. Results… CONTINUE READING

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