Systolic Cerebral Blood Inflow (SCBI) as a CBF-Index Estimated with ICP Wave-Change in CBF and SCBI During Mannitol Infusion
to estimate the pulsatile inflow by analyzing pulse wave and pressure-volume relationship in an experimental model using a pulsatile pump and to compare the Estimated Inflow Volume with the Actual Inflow Volume in this system,
to compare systolic cerebral blood inflow (SCBI) with cortical CBF during mannitol infusion in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage.
KeywordsSubarachnoid Hemorrhage Pulse Wave Pulsatile Flow Analyze Pulse Wave Inflow Volume
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