Treatment of Cerebral Acidosis in Posttraumatic and Postoperative Cerebral Edema Influence on CBF, EEG, and Clinical Status
Part of the Advances in Neurosurgery book series (NEURO, volume 1)
Severe cerebral acidosis, which is often accompanied by normal or only slight alterations in arterial blood-gas or acid-base levels, is shown by animal experiments to have three main causes:
respiratory, through hypoxia
cerebral, owing to a decrease in the cerebral blood flow (anoxidative metabolism)
direct lesion of brain tissue
KeywordsCerebral Blood Flow Intrathecal Administration Cerebral Hypoxia Craniocerebral Trauma Vegetative Symptom
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