Enhanced visualization of optimal cerebral perfusion pressure over time to support clinical decision making
Aries, Marcel JH
Elting, Jan Willem J
Maurits, Natasha M
Critical Care Medicine
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Aries, M. J., Wesselink, R., Elting, J. W. J., Donnelly, J., Czosnyka, M., Ercole, A., Maurits, N. M., & et al. (2016). Enhanced visualization of optimal cerebral perfusion pressure over time to support clinical decision making. Critical Care Medicine https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/253485
Objective: Cerebrovascular reactivity can provide a continuously updated individualised target for management of CPP, termed CPPopt. Data Sources: Here we present a concept method of visualisation of autoregulation based CPPopt using data of 4 severe TBI patients with ICP monitoring. Conclusions: The visualization method addresses some of the main drawbacks of the original methodology and might bring the potential for its clinical application closer.
cerebral autoregulation, cerebral perfusion pressure management, traumatic brain injury
Marcel Aries received an unrestricted grant from the Dutch Society of Intensive Care. Joseph Donnelly is supported by a Woolf Fisher Trust Scholarship. The software for brain monitoring ICM+® (www.neurosurg.cam.ac.uk/imcplus) is licensed by the University of Cambridge (Cambridge Enterprise).
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