Keys to the Cart: November 14, 2016

published 4 years ago by Ed Nemergut and Robert Thiele (presented by the IARS)

Cerebral autoregulation; Cerebral blood flow: temperature effect; Increased ICP: induction agents

And we are back thank you for joining us for our third edition of keys to the car a weekly openness is a podcast where we will review several IT key words and just a couple of minutes. My name is Ali back home and I'm a cardio thoracic and Susie I'll just at the university of Virginia. This week we will review several key words pertaining to what some people think of as the most important organ in the body the brain. Let's unlock some knowledge. Our first keyword is the big topic and important one. Cerebral under regulation. Let's define it and then we'll talk about why it is important. First we need to all remember how cerebral perfusion pressure is determined it is equal to mean arterial blood pressure minus intracranial pressure or central venous pressure depending on which pressures greater. Normal intracranial pressure is low only 5 to 12 millimeters of mercury super fusion to the brain depends on maintaining adequate mean arterial blood pressure. Sir Roderic deletion can be defined as a maintenance of Kant ...

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