Zuhair Abu Salma Neurosurgeon R.M.S. Head trauma. Mechanism. Direct (Blunt vs. Sharp) High vs. low velocity Indirect (acceleration / deceleration. Presentation. Symptoms : headache , nausea , vomitting , seizures , amnesia . Signs : by examination . Management in ER.By lark
PHYSIOLOGIC MONITORING. Hemodynamic Monitoring - provides information as to the C-P status of the patient - traditional clinical assessment are usually unreliable - major changes in the cardiovascular status may not be clinically obvious - invasive techniques must be utilized.By cairbre
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Intracranial Pressure Monitoring. Calibration and Setup. Ashish V M. What is intracranial pressure? Intracranial pressure (ICP) is the pressure inside the skull and thus in the brain tissue and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). Normal values: 7-15 mmHg Abnormal values: > 20-25 mmHg
INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE. JULY 2004. CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW. CBF affects cerebral volume, oxygen consumption and removal of waste products. Brain receives 15-20 % of cardiac output. Grey > than white matter.
INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE. Dr. Akhmad Imron, SpBS Dept. of Neurosurgery. Our skull creates a hard casing in which our cranial contents rest and are protected from injury.
INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE. Intracranial Pressure. Refers to the pressure contained within the cranial cavity . The normal range is between 0 to 15 mmHg. ICP over 20 mm/Hg is considered elevated ICP, also known as intracranial hypertension .
Intracranial pressure (ICP) monitoring and CPP . PREPARED BY Fatima Hirzallah MISS. Intracranial pressure (ICP): . The main components inside the cranium are: - brain tissue (80%), blood (10%), and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF (10%).
Intracranial pressure (ICP) monitoring and CPP. PREPARED BY Fatima Hirzallah MISS. Intracranial pressure (ICP):. The main components inside the cranium are: - brain tissue (80%), blood (10%), and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF (10%).
INCREASED INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE. MEANIING. INCREASED INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE IS A RISE IN THE PRESSURE INSIDE THE SKULL THAT CAN RESULTS FROM OR CAUSE BRAIN INJURY. ETIOLOGY. ANY LESION (SPACE-OCCUPYING LESIONS) CEREBRAL EDEMA : CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH CEREBRAL EDEMA ARE:- MASS LESIONS
Increased Intracranial Pressure. Pretoria hoyte. The Brain. the first layer of protection for the brain is bone Meninges is the second layer The third and final layer of protection for the brain is Cerebrospinal fluid. Etiology.
The intracranial pressure (ICP) monitoring devices market has significant opportunities owing to increasing neurological diseases. ICP monitoring devices are the system that is used for the measurement and monitoring of the intracranial pressure. ICP is the pressure inside the skull and thus in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and brain tissue caused by trauma or other diseases.
Intracranial Pressure (ICP). Megan McClintock, MS, RN 11/4/11. Normal Values. ICP 5-15 mm Hg CPP 60-100 mm Hg (< 50 is bad) CSF 20-30 mL /hr. Factors Affecting ICP. Arterial & venous pressure (high or low) Intrabdominal/intrathoracic pressure Posture Temperature