Neuron Protection in Injured Brain Tissue During Surgery
Acute brain swelling or the explosion of injured brain from the opened skull during surgery provides no indication for brain hypothermia treatment because multiple mechanical brain tissue lacerations occur in the deep brain. To prevent these complications or the worsening of brain injury, strategies are required that concern anesthesia, surgical position, lowering of brain and core temperature, surgical considerations, and equipment for monitoring the patient in the intensive care unit (ICU).
KeywordsBrain Tissue Cerebral Perfusion Pressure Acute Subdural Hematoma Surgical Position Brain Hypothermia
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