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Intracranial pressure VIII

Author: C J J Avezaat
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1993.
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: C J J Avezaat
ISBN: 3540559469 9783540559467 0387559469 9780387559469
OCLC Number: 27035579
Notes: "Proceedings of the eighth International Symposium on Intracranial Pressure, held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 16-20, 1991"--Page [v].
Description: xxxiii, 931 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Session I: Methodology and Mass Lesions.- Methodology.- Clinical Evaluation of the Camino Ventricular Bolt Pressure Monitoring System.- A Clinical Evaluation of an Intraparenchymal Intracranial Pressure Transducer.- Continuous Monitoring of Supratentorial Cerebral Tissue Pressure in Neurosurgical Routine. Experience with 125 Patients.- Continuous Monitoring of Cerebral Tissue Pressure After Elective Posterior Fossa Surgery.- A Fiberoptic Device Suitable for Subdural Pressure Measurement.- Anterior Fontanelle Pressure Monitoring in Infants.- Anterior Fontanelle Pressure Values in Normal Young Children of Various Ages.- A New Way to Monitor External Ventricular Drainage.- Post Traumatic Cerebrospinal Fluid Infections in the Traumatic Coma Data Bank: The Influence of the Type and Management of ICP Monitors.- Intracranial Distension in Neurosurgical Pathology.- Data Analysis.- On-Line Acquisition and Analysis of ICP and Physiologic Data in the Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit.- Continuous Monitoring and Recording of Cerebral Perfusion Pressure.- Attempts to Continuously Monitor Autoregulation and Compensatory Reserve in Severe Head Injuries.- Further Attempts to Anticipate Post-traumatic Intracranial Hypertension by On-line Analysis.- Mass Lesions.- The Mechanism of Formation of Brain Tumor Cysts.- Spontaneous Putaminal Haematoma. Does Post-Operative ICU Management Improve Outcome?.- Assessment of Brainstem Distortion Associated with Extraaxial Supratentorial Mass by Magnetic Resonance Imaging.- Bilateral Intraparenchymal Pressure in Patients with Unilateral Supratentorial Mass Lesions.- Effects of Glycerol on Cerebral Blood Flow and Neural Function in Patients with Intracranial Space Occupying Lesions.- Peritumoral Edema and Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Brain Tumors.- Session II: Experimental Aspects.- Edema.- Compression-induced Brain Edema: Regional Changes of Superoxide Free Radicals in the Development of Vasogenic Edema and Tissue Damage in Intracranial Hypertension.- The Effect of Lazaroid on Cerebral Elastance and Edema in a Cryogenic Injury Model.- Effects of Corticosteroid and Mannitol on the Early and Developed Stage of Vasogenic Brain Edema Evaluated by Proton Relaxation Behaviour.- The Effect of Hypoxia, Hypercapnia, and Hypertension on Brain Edema.- Role of Stimulation of Medullary Reticular Formation on Centrally Released Arginine Vasopressin in Cold Induced Edema.- Amino-Acids Release in Cerebrospinal Fluid After Injury of Cat Brain with Cold Lesion.- Regional Tissue Compliance of Edematous Brain After Cryogenic Injury in Cats.- Microautoradiographic Examination of Edema Fluid Distribution in the Cat Brain After Cryogenic Injury.- Gray Matter Edema Following Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- Blood-Brain Barrier.- Effects of Leukotriene C4 and Acivicin on the Blood-Brain Barrier Permeability of Ischemic Rat Brains: Proof of Existence of Enzymatic Barrier.- Temporary Blood Brain Barrier Damage and Continued Edema Formation in Experimental Closed Head Injury in the Rat.- Breakdown of the Blood-Brain Barrier to Horseradish Peroxidase After Experimental Post-Traumatic Hypoxic Brain Injury.- Delayed Opening of the Blood-Brain Barrier in Direct Infusion Edema Model.- Effect of Osmotic Opening of Blood-Brain Barrier on the Learning of Rats.- Ischemia.- Improved Recovery with 21-Aminosteroid (U74006F) Pretreatment After Incomplete Cerebral Ischemia.- Effects of Respiratory Depression on Cytoprotective Effect of the Competitive NMDA Antagonist, D-CPPene.- Electrical Impedance, ICP and Histology in Rats with Sagittal Sinus Occlusion.- Experimental Study on Cerebral Venous Circulatory Disturbance.- Measuring the Degree of Ischemic Change by AVDO2 and EEG.- Local Cerebral Blood Flow, Glucose Content and Glucose Utilization in Focal Cerebral Ischemia in Spontaneously Hypertensive Stroke-Prone Rats.- Effect of External Decompression on Cerebral Venous System Occlusion.- Epidural Pressure and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure in Cerebral Infarction with Massive Brain Swelling.- Effects of Prostacyclin Analog (OP-2507) on Experimental Focal Cerebral Ischemia.- Hyperthermia.- Intracranial Pressures and Fever in the Rat, Rabbit and Cat.- Influences of Total Body Hyperthermia by Extracorporeal Circulation on Intracranial Hemodynamics in Dogs.- Neurophysiology.- Control of ICP by the Medullary Reticular Formation.- Analysis of Pyramidal Tract Function in Experimental Intracranial Hypertension by Magnetic Stimulation.- Neurophysiological Evidence of Preservation of Brain Stem Function in Experimental Closed Head Injury in the Rat.- Panel 1: Methodology and Experimental Aspects.- Session III: Cerebrovascular Dynamics I.- Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism: Experimental.- Effect of Increased ICP and Decreased Cerebral Perfusion Pressure on Brain Tissue and Cerebrospinal Fluid Oxygen Tension.- The Effect of Hypoxia on Intracranial Pressure and Cerebral Blood Flow.- Intracranial Hypotension: A Feline Model and Effects on Cerebral Blood Flow.- Change of Cerebral Electrophysiological Activity, Regional Cerebral Blood Flow and Regional Cerebral Blood Volume in Acute Intracranial Hypertension.- Local Cerebral Blood Flow Mapping Before and After Removal of Acute Subdural Hematoma in the Rat.- The Effects of NMDA Antagonists on Intracranial Pressure In a Model of Acute Subdural Haematoma in the Rat.- Intracranial Pressure and Phosphorus-31 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in Cats.- Biomechanical Regulation of Cerebral Blood Flow.- Cerebral Blood Flow Restoration After Decompressive Craniectomy in Cold Induced Brain Edema.- The Metabolic Protection of Hypoxia by Etomidate Evaluated by Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.- Effect of Torasemide - A New Cl--Transport Inhibitor on Glial Swelling by Lactacidosis and Glutamate.- The Effects of Vasopressin on Intracranial Pressure and Cerebrovascular Dynamics in the Rat.- Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism: Clinical.- Cerebral Aerobic Index and Oxygen/Glucose Ratio in Acute Brain Injury.- Combined Monitoring of ICP and Cerebrovenous Oxygen Saturation to Estimate Cerebral Blood Flow.- Functional Exploration of the Internal Jugular Veins.- Blood Pressure and ICP Dynamics in Severe Head Injury: Relation with CBF Autoregulation.- Reversibility of Cerebral Circulatory Arrest (CCA) Following Severe Intracranial Hypertension.- ICP and Flow Dynamics After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- Session IV: Cerebrovascular Dynamics II.- Transcranial Doppler.- Evaluation of Closed Head Injury Patients Using Transcranial Doppler Monitoring.- The Significance of Increased Transcranial Doppler Flow Velocity After Severe Brain Injury.- A Study of Alterations of Cerebral Circulation Following Head Injury Using Transcranial Doppler Sonography.- Impaired Carbon Dioxide Reactivity Predicts Poor Outcome In Severe Head Injury: A Transcranial Doppler Study.- Cerebrovascular Reactivity Assessed by Changes in ICP and Transcranial Doppler.- Relationship Between Cerebral Perfusion Pressure and Pulsatility Index of Transcranial Doppler Sonogram.- Estimation of Cerebral Perfusion Pressure From Transcranial Doppler Sonography in Comatose Patients.- Changes in Cerebral Blood Flow During ICP Monitoring.- Non-Invasive Monitoring of Intracranial Pressure Gradients by Means of Transcranial Doppler.- Wave Form Analysis.- Comparison of Methods for ICP Waveform Analysis with Intracranial Hypertension in Head-Injured Patients.- Effects of Heart Rate on the Shape of the Intracranial Pressure Wave and Related Parameters.- Vascular Mapping of the Intracranial Pulse Wave.- Changes of Intracranial Pressure and Pulse Wave Form Induced by Various Mechanical Stresses Upon Intracranial Hemodynamics.- Analysis of the Intracranial Pressure Waveform by Means of Spectral Methods.- Continuous Analysis of the Intracranial Pressure Waveform as a Method of Autoregulatory Reserve Assessment.- Differential Effect of Hypercarbia and Hypertension on Cerebrovascular Pressure Transmission and Craniospinal Compliance.- A Simulation Study of Wave Transformation Using a Nonlinear Model of Artery and a Physical Model of Intracranial Vascular Bed.- Computer Analysis of Intracranial Pressure Pulsatility and Blood Flow Shape During Intracranial Hypertension.- Influence of Intracranial Components on Epidural Pulse Pressure.- Systolic Cerebral Blood Inflow (SCBI) as a CBF-Index Estimated with ICP Wave - Change in CBF and SCBI During Mannitol Infusion.- Dynamic Response of Subdural Screw Bolt for Intracranial Pressure Measuring.- Analysis of Periodic Waveforms of Brain Element Oscillations.- Pressure Waves.- Cyclic CSF Pressure Waves Causally Relate to Systemic Arterial Blood Pressure.- Changes in Jugular Bulb Oxygen Saturation and Associated Changes in Intracranial Pressure.- Spontaneous Fluctuations in Cerebral Blood Flow as a Cause of B Waves.- Postural Changes.- Changes in Cerebral Hemodynamics With Head Elevation In Head-Injured Patients.- Effects of Postural Changes On Epidural Pressure and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure in Patients With Serious Intracranial Lesions.- Positive End-Expiratory Pressure in Supine and Sitting Positions: Its Effects on Intrathoracic and Intracranial Pressures.- Panel 2: Cerebrovascular Dynamics.- Bayer Round-Table Discussion on Methodology of Head Injury Trials.- Initial Assessment, Interim Monitoring and Final Outcome in Clinical Studies of Head Injury.- Lessons in Clinical Trial Design from the Traumatic Coma Data Bank.- Consequences for Trials of Variations in the Management of Severe Head Injuries.- Practical Problems During the Nimodipine Head Injury Trial II.- Session V: Head Injury.- Experimental.- Concussive Brain Injury Produces a State of Vulnerability for Intracranial Pressure Perturbation in the Absence of Morphological Damage.- Cerebral Blood Flow and Glucose Metabolism Following Experimental Head Injury.- Effect of Posttraumatic Hypoventilation.- The Role of LTC4 in the Development of Post-Traumatic Intracranial Hypertension.- Changes in Cerebrovascular Permeability and Excitatory Amino Acid-Mediated Cellular Swelling Following Experimental Concussive Brain Injury.- Lack of Relationship between Hippocampal Cell Loss and ICP After Experimental Head Injury.- Computerized Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.- CT Scan Predictors of Intracranial Hypertension After Head Injury.- Revaluation of Closed Head Injury: Comparative Study of MR and CT.- CT and MRI Evaluation of Traumatic Brain Edema and its Biochemical and Histological Correlates.- Post-Traumatic Ventricular Enlargement in the Traumatic Coma Data Bank: Incidence, Risk Factors, and Influence on Outcome.- ICP Monitoring.- Secondary Rise of Intracranial Pressure Following Severe Head Injury.- Characteristics of ICP of Head Injury in the Elderly.- Transporting and Monitoring the Head-Injured Patient.- Intracranial Pressure Monitoring in Multidisciplinary Care Unit.- Intracranial Pressure Related to Sleep.- Edema, Hemodynamics and Oxygenation.- The Contribution of Brain Edema to Brain Swelling.- Cerebral Blood Volume in Acute Head Injury: Relationship to CBF and ICP.- Intracranial Compliance and Cerebral Hemodynamics in Head-Injured Patients.- Cerebral Perfusion Pressure Management of Head Injury.- Intracranial and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure Monitoring in the Head Injured Patient: Which Index?.- Relationship between Cerebral Oxygenation and Perfusion Pressure in Acute Brain Injury.- Multimodality Monitoring of Intracranial Pressure Therapy After Severe Brain Injury.- CPP and SJO2 with ICP Reduction Therapy after Severe Head Injury.- Diffuse Axonal Injury.- ICP Monitoring of Severe Diffuse Axonal Injury.- Diffuse Traumatic Axonal Injury: A Longitudinal Study.- "Pure" Diffuse Axonal Injuries with Multiple Lesions on CT-Scan: Analysis of 20 Consecutive Patients.- Diffuse Axonal Injury: Changes of Cerebral Blood Flow, Intracranial Pressure and Evoked Potentials.- Session VI: Control of ICP.- Hyperventilation.- Ischemic Insult Due to Manual Ventilation in Head Injured Patients with Intracranial Hypertension.- Is There a Risk to Induce Ischemia by Hyperventilation Therapy?.- Osmotic and Other Agents.- Effects of Mannitol Treatment on Cerebral Water Content.- Pharmacokinetic Analysis of Mannitol in Relation to the Decrease of ICP.- The Early Role of Mannitol-Induced Hemodynamic Changes in the Control of Intracranial Hypertension.- A Comparison Study Between Mannitol and Glycerol Therapy in Reducing Intracranial Pressure.- A Pilot Study on Postoperative ICP Control by Glycerin Combined with Lidocaine or Nitroglycerin.- Effect of Hypertonic-Hyperoncotic Solutions (HHS) on Increased Intracranial Pressure after a Focal Brain Lesion and Inflation of an Epidural Balloon.- A Prospective Randomized Clinical Trial of Tromethamine (THAM) and its Effect Upon Outcome in Severe Head Injury.- Correction of CSF Acidosis and Craniospinal System Viscoelastic Parameters with Intrathecal THAM.- Comparison of Thiopentone and Propofol at Two Rates of Intravenous Administration in Severely Head Injured Patients.- Propofol Vs Thiopental for the Control of Elevated ICP in Head Injured Patients.- Hypotensive Agents.- Comparison of Sodium Nitroprusside and Labetalol on the Intracranial Pressure of Cats.- Cerebral Hemodynamic Response of Sodium Nitroprusside and Esmolol.- ICP and Systemic Blood Pressure Changes After Administration of Prostaglandin E1 in Acute Stage of SAH.- Anesthetic Agents.- Influence of Isoflurane on Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure and Cerebral Blood Flow Velocity.- Isoflurane Vs. Nitrous Oxide: Impact on Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure in Anesthetized Patients with Brain Tumors.- Influence of Anesthetic Agents on the Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Rabbits with a Focal Cerebral Lesion and General Hypoxia.- Brain Blood Volume and Cerebral Hemodynamics in the Anesthetized Rat.- Flumazenil and ICP Changes during Reversal of Benezodiazepine Sedation.- Effect of Propofol on Cerebro-Spinal Fluid Pressure in Patients with and without Intracranial Hypertension.- Intracranial Pressure, Pressure-Volume Index and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure During Anaesthesia with Propofol in Neurosurgery.- Succinylcholine, Motor Deficits, Intracranial Hypertension and Potassium Levels in Brain Tumour Patients.- Miscellaneous.- Surgical Decision-Making in Patients with Traumatic Contusion and Intracerebral Haematoma - ICP Monitoring or CT Scanning?.- Spontaneously Disappearing Acute Subdural Hematomas: Conservative Treatment with Intracranial Pressure Monitoring.- How to Reduce the Ischemic Brain Damage Secondary to Severe Head Injury?.- Toxic Effects of Nutritional Support in the Severely Head Injured Patient.- Panel 3: Head Injury and Control of ICP.- Session VII: CSF Dynamics.- Models.- The Dynamics of Cerebral Blood Flow, Perfusion Pressure and CSF Circulation - A Modelling Study.- Interfering Factors in Cerebrospinal Parameter Estimation.- Elevated Venous Outflow Pressure in Head Injured Patients.- A Finite Element Analysis of Intracerebral Stress Distribution with Viscoelastic Model.- Experimentally Derived Law Governing the Time Relationship of a Pressure-Volume Adjustment in the Human Craniospinal System - A Diagnostic and Management Tool.- Dynamics and Statics of the Cerebrospinal Fluid: The Classical and a New Hypothesis.- Hydrostatic Force in Regulation of CSF Volume.- Osmotic Force of the CSF and Intracranial Pressure in Health and Disease.- CSF Outflow Resistance and Volume-Pressure Relationship.- CSF Dynamics and Cerebral Hemodynamics in ATP-Induced Hypotension.- Computerized Infusion Test Compared to Conventional Lumbo-Ventricular Perfusion for Measurement of Resistance to CSF-Outflow.- Comparison of Lumbar and Ventricular Constant Flow and Bolus Infusions in Hydrocephalus.- Normal CSF Dynamics in Man. Estimation of Pressure-Volume Index and Resistance to Outflow of CSF in Adults Without Intracranial Pathology.- Intracranial Pressure and Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics in the Adult Chronic Hydrocephalus Syndrome.- Plateau Waves and Cerebrospinal Fluid Circulation.- Heart Rate Variability During Infusion Tests.- Identification of the Cerebrospinal Compensatory Mechanisms via Computer Controlled Drainage of Cerebrospinal Fluid.- The Pressure-Volume Index (PVI) with Epidural Mass Expansion.- Relationship Between Pressure-Volume Index and AMP/ICP When the PaCO2 is Changed.- Magnetic Resonance Imaging.- Bulk Flow and To-and-Fro Flow of CSF Observed on MRI and CT Cisternography.- CSF Flow Analysis Using Cine MRI in Patients with Hydrocephalic States.- Quantitative Analysis of CSF Pulsatile Flow in the Aqueduct with Dynamic MRI and Presaturation Bolus Tracking: The Flow Patterns and Clinical Aspects in Adults with Communicating Hydrocephalus.- Aqueductal CSF Flow on MRI and its Relation to Intracranial Pressure Dynamics.- Brain Edema Induced by Ventricular Puncture. A Study by Magnetic Resonance Imaging.- Session VIII: Hydrocephalus.- Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- Hydrocephalus-Analysis of 480 Infusion Tests.- Evaluation of Pressure Monitoring and CSF Conductance in NPH.- The Relative Prognostic Value of CSF Outflow Resistance Measurement in Shunting for Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- A Ventricular Infusion Technique for the Evaluation of Treated and Untreated Hydrocephalus.- Quantitative Analysis of Different Curves of Lumbar Repetitive Bolus Infusion Test in Patients with Ventriculomegaly.- Post-Shunting Improvement in Hydrocephalic Patients Described by Cerebrospinal Compensatory Parameters.- Diagnostic and Predictive Value of Axial and Coronal Spect with Technetium-99m Labelled D,L-Hexamethyl-Propylene Amine Oxime (99mTC HM-PAO) in Patients with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Syndrome (NPH).- Hydrocephalus Following Subarachnoid Haemorrhage.- Hydrocephalus Following Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Haemorrhage and Requiring Permanent Shunt.- Idiopathic Vs. Post-SAH Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- Dynamics of Hydrocephalus Development After Spontaneous Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- Management Problems in Acute Hydrocephalus After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- Infantile Hydrocephalus.- Continuous Intraventricular Pressure and Simultaneous Cerebral Blood Flow Velocity (CBFV) Measurements During Sleep In Hydrocephalic Children.- A Volume-Blood Flow Velocity (VFR) Relationship Derived From CSF Compartment Challenge as an Index of Progression of Infantile Hydrocephalus.- Non-Invasive ICP-Monitoring in Childhood Hydrocephalus: A Comparison Between Anterior Fontanelle Pressure and Transcranial Doppler.- ICP and TCD Guided Treatment of Slit Ventricle Syndrome.- Cerebrospinal Compensation in Hydrocephalic Children.- Surgical Vs. Non Surgical Treatment of Neonatal Intra-Ventricular Hemorrhage.- CSF Shunts.- The Effect of Body Position on Cerebral Blood Flow in Normal Subjects and Subjects with Shunts.- Chronologic Changes in Intraventricular Pressure and Ventricular Size After Ventriculo-Peritoneal Shunt-Telemetric Measurement Using Osaka Telesensor (NS-20).- Changes of ICP After Shunt Surgery for Hydrocephalus - Long Time Evaluation by Telemetric Sensors.- Long Term in Vitro Test Results of Various New and Explanted Hydrocephalus Shunt Valves.- Flow-Regulating Devices Vs. Differential Pressure Valves In the Treatment of Triventricular Hydrocephalus.- Non-Invasive Quantification of CSF Flow in Shunts.- Application of Digital Subtraction Angiography for Quantitative Estimation of Shunt Function.- Non-Invasive Measurement of ICP in Shunt System by Collapse Technique.- Complications and Malfunctions of Derivative Surgery for Hydrocephalus.- Panel 4: CSF Dynamics and Hydrocephalus.
Other Titles: Intracranial pressure 8.
Intracranial pressure eight
Responsibility: edited by C.J.J. Avezaat [and others].


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