The change of the cerebral blood flow characteristics and the degree of neurological deficit of the patients with the acute ischemic stroke with the use of craniocerebral hypothermia
Irina A Sharinova*, Oleg A Shevelev, Mihail V Tardov, Irina E Kalenova
*Corresponding author: Irina A Sharinova
Stroke Unit, Presidental Hospital N1, Moscow, Russian Federation
F1000Posters 2012, 3: 849 (poster) [English]
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22nd Meeting of the European Neurological Society 2012, 9 - 12 Jun 2012, P743
To explore the influence of craniocerebral hypothermia on the neurologic deficit degree and cerebral blood flow characteristics of patients with acute ischemic stroke.
Craniocerebral hypothermia caused a decrease in the neurological deficit degree and an increase in the cerebral blood flow velocity of patients with acute ischemic stroke. The temperature gradient was between tympanic and axillary temperature. Craniocerebral hypothermia decreased intracranial pressure of patients with brain edema.
To explore the influence of craniocerebral hypothermia and the influence of the combination recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (rtPA) with craniocerebral hypothermia on the neurologic deficit degree and cerebral blood flow characteristics of patients with acute ischemic stroke.
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