The appearance of S-100 protein in serum during and immediately after cardiopulmonary bypass surgery: a possible marker for cerebral injury.

@article{Blomquist1997TheAO,
  title={The appearance of S-100 protein in serum during and immediately after cardiopulmonary bypass surgery: a possible marker for cerebral injury.},
  author={Sten Blomquist and Per Johnsson and Carsten L{\"u}hrs and Gunnar Malmkvist and Jan Otto Solem and Christer Alling and Elisabet St{\aa}hl},
  journal={Journal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia},
  year={1997},
  volume={11 6},
  pages={699-703}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate the appearance and elimination of brain-specific S-100 protein in serum during and immediately after cardiopulmonary bypass. DESIGN Prospective study. PARTICIPANTS Twenty-nine patients undergoing elective cardiac surgery. INTERVENTIONS Twenty-seven patients were operated on for coronary artery disease; two patients had valve replacement. Serial measurements of S-100 in arterial blood during and up to 48 hours after cardiopulmonary bypass were made. MEASUREMENTS… CONTINUE READING

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