Intracranial Pressure IV (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
698
Utgivningsdatum
2012-01-21
Upplaga
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1980
Förlag
Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
Medarbetare
Becker, D. P. (ed.), Brock, M. (ed.), Hochwald, G. M. (ed.), Marmarou, A. (ed.), Miller, J. D. (ed.), Shulman, K. (ed.)
Illustrationer
XVIII, 698 p.
Dimensioner
244 x 170 x 37 mm
Vikt
1126 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Paperback / softback
ISBN
9783642675454
Intracranial Pressure IV (häftad)

Intracranial Pressure IV

Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Intracranial Pressure. Held at Williamsburg/Virginia, USA, June 10-14, 1979

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This book contains the papers delivered at the Fourth International Symposium on Intracranial Pressure, held at Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, June 10-14, 1979. Divided into 12 sessions, they reflect the most recent developments in areas such as head injuries, pressure volume studies, cerebrovascular complications, intracranial hemor rhage, brain edema, systemic factors and infectious processes, data recording and analysis, CSF formation and absorption, hydroce phalus, clinical aspects of ICP monitoring, anesthesia and intra cranial pressure, treatment with barbiturates and steroids, and os motherapy. The book concludes with a summary of the present state-of-the-art in the field as a whole by Dr. Langfitt. There were two innovations at this Symposium. The first of these was poster sessions, the second, breakfast seminars. This volume contains all papers read plus all those presented as posters, and for this reason contains more pages than the three previous volumes. The organizers wish to thank the Advisory Committee for the work done in paper selection and focus of the Conference. Appreciation is also given to the Chairmen and Co-chairmen of the sessions for the preparation of summary statements. Manuscript preparation was performed by Ms. Lucille Browne, and gratitude is expressed to her. The next Symposium, the Fifth International Conference on ICP, will be held in Japan in 1982. We also wish to acknowledge the technical help of Springer-Verlag and their celerity in producing this volume. The Editors VII Contents Session I. Head Injury Chairman: D. P. BECKER; Co-chairman: I. PAPO 3 Summary . . . . . . . . . . . ..
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Session I. Head Injury.- Summary.- ICP and Outcome in Patients with Severe Head Injury.- Prognostic Significance of Intracranial Pressure and Neurological Condition in Acute Brain Lesions.- Role of ICP Monitoring in Patients Suffering from Severe Brain Injuries.- Brain Damage in Fatal Non-Missile Head Injury Without Neuropathological Evidence of High ICP.- Relations of Cerebral Perfusion Pressure and Hematocrit with Hemispheric Cerebral Blood Flow During Post-Traumatic Coma.- ICP in Experimental Head Injury.- Time Course in Intracerebral Traumatic Hematomas.- Operate or Observe? ICP and the Management of the 'Silent' Traumatic Intracranial Haematoma.- Brain Interstitial Fluid Pressure Measurement in Head Injury Patients.- Relevance of Cat-Scan for the Level of ICP in Patients with Severe Head Injury.- Can CT Scan Findings Predict Intracranial Pressure in Closed Head Injury Patients?.- Factors Influencing Survival and Quality of Survival in Patients Treated for Elevated Intracranial Pressure.- The Prognostic Value of Intracranial Pressure (ICP) Measurement in Relation to the Different Factors that Can Affect ICP.- Does the Pressure-Volume Relationship Exist?.- Experimental Brain Injury in the Dog: Pathophysiological Correlation.- Correlations Between Intracranial Pressure, Neurologic Deficit and Computer Tomographic Findings in Patients with Acute Severe Head Injury. A Clinical Study.- Continuous Measurement of Intracranial Pressure in 127 Severe Head Injuries.- Session II. Pressure-Volume Studies.- Summary.- The Pressure-Volume Function of Brain Elasticity and its Relationship with Ventricular Size.- A Method for Predicting PVI in Normal Patients.- Drastic Dehydration as a Treatment of Intracranial Hypertension in Severe Head Injuries.- The CSF Pressure-Volume Relationship Before and After Cardiac Arrest.- CSF Pressure-Volume Relation and Pulse Related CSF Pressure Variations in Man.- Effects of Cerebral Edema Upon Viscoelastic Properties of Brain Tissue.- Parameters for Identifying Brain Response Properties in vivo.- Dynamics of Transtentorial Herniation.- Intrabrain Pressure, Cerebrospinal Ruid Pressure and the PV Function of Craniospinal System Elasticity in Patients After the Extraction of Tumors from the Basal Region and Posterior Fossa.- Clinical Experiences with Intracranial Volume-Pressure Response.- A Diagrammatic, Two-Dimensional Model for Interpretation of Craniospinal P/V Interactions.- Etiology of B-Waves.- Session III. Cerebrovascular Aspects.- Summary.- Intracranial Pressure and Regional Cerebral Blood Row Responses to Experimental Brain Retraction Pressure.- Electrophysiological Changes Associated with Local Brain Compression.- Influence of Mild Hypercapnia on Intracranial Pressure in Ischemic, Non-Infarcted Brain Tissues.- Simultaneous Subacute Measurement of ICP and Brain O2 Availability.- Intracranial Dynamics Associated with Experimentally Induced Pressure Waves.- Sympathetic Role of Posterior Hypothalamus in the Development of Acute Brain Swelling.- The CSF Pulse Pressure in Relation to Intracranial Elastance and Failure of Autoregulation.- Effects of Hypercapnia and Systemic Arterial Hypo- and Hypertension on the Interrelation Between CSF Pulse Pressure and Volume-Pressure Response.- The Effect of Blood Pressure and PaCO2 Upon Bulk Compliance (PVI).- Spectral Analysis of Intracranial Pressure.- The Analogy Between CSF Pulse Pressure and Volume-Pressure Response.- Brain Stem - Cerebellar and Hemispheric Blood Row in Stupor and Impaired States of Responsiveness with and without Intracranial Hypertension.- Measurement of Regional Cerebral Blood Volume by Photoelectric Method.- ICP and EEG in Various Forms of Cerebral Seizures.- Analysis of the Wave Pattern of CSF Pulse Wave.- Study of the CSF Pulsation Transfer: Application to the Frequency Analysis.- Blood Pressure Factors Causing Raised ICP.- Session IV. Intracranial Hemorrhage.- Summary.- ICP Time Course in Primary Intracerebral Hemorrhage.- The Effect of