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Ideal permissive hypotension to resuscitate uncontrolled hemorrhagic shock and the tolerance time in rats.
Studies have shown that permissive hypotension for uncontrolled hemorrhagic shock can result in good resuscitation outcome. The ideal target mean arterial pressure (MAP) and the tolerance time for permissive hypotension have not been determined. To elucidate the ideal target MAP and tolerance time f...
Resuscitation: when less is more.
Noninvasive Arterial Blood Pressure Monitor and Possible Nerve Injury
Prolonged permissive hypotensive resuscitation is associated with poor outcome in primary blast injury with controlled hemorrhage.
Prolonged hypotensive resuscitation is not compatible with survival after primary blast. Casualties most likely to be in this category are those injured by blast in confined spaces or by enhanced blast weapons. The risk of rebleeding associated with normotensive resuscitation needs to be balanced wi...
Hypotensive Anesthesia Monitoring Using a Noninvasive Arterial Line During Orthognathic Surgery
[Effect of controlled hypotension with different drugs combined with acute hypervolemic hemodilution on bleeding volume and gastrointestinal...
[Sodium nitroprusside-induced hypotension for pediatric orthopedic surgery].
These results suggest that sodium nitroprusside is a safe and effective drug for induced hypotension in pediatric patients....
Induced Hypotension in Orthognathic Surgery: A Comparative Study of 2 Pharmacological Protocols
The results of the study using Repeated Measures Test statistical analysis showed that there were no significant differences between the 2 groups in respect to physiologic responses or surgery time. CONCLUSION: Both protocols tried in this study proved to be effective and safe, and they seem to be i...
Nitroglycerin- and nicardipine-induced hypotension does not affect cerebral oxygen saturation and postoperative cognitive function in patien...
Baseline rSO(2) values were similar in the 2 groups. There were no significant differences in rSO(2) values between the 2 groups. Cerebral desaturation was not observed in any of the patients. Both nitroglycerin and nicardipine reduced MAP and increased HR during induced hypotension as compared with...
Partial right atrial inflow occlusion for controlled systemic hypotension during thoracic endovascular aortic repair.
Controlled hypotension is sometimes necessary for accurate endograft deployment and adjunctive ballooning and stenting near the arch and proximal descending thoracic aorta. This article describes a technique in which a compliant occlusion balloon inflated in the right atrium is used to occlude the i...