Correlation Between CBF and pCO2, pO2, pH, Hemoglobin, Blood Pressure, Age, and Sex
Which parameters do influence the cerebral blood flow in various groups?
Are these influences similar in various kinds of cerebral disorder?
Are the existing correcting formulas adequate?
If not, is it possible to find a formula to eliminate all these influences in order to obtain standardized results to enable, for example, a comparison of different methods of medical treatment?
KeywordsDioxide Xenon Arteriosclerosis 133Xe
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