Cerebrovascular physiology – article alert #53

Altitude and the brain

249- AltitudeOmics: Effect of ascent and acclimatization to 5260 m on regional cerebral oxygen delivery – Subudhi et al.

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the brain

250- A Feasibility Study of Cerebral Oximetry During In-Hospital Mechanical and Manual Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation – Parnia et al.

Brain blood flow in the neonate

251- Cerebral blood flow in the neonate – Vutskits

252- Effect of oxygen inhalation on cerebral blood flow velocity in premature neonates – Basu et al.

Brain function and cognitive impairments

253- Changes in Brain Function Occur Years before the Onset of Cognitive Impairment – Beason-Held et al.

Brain blood flow and cardiovascular risks

254- Use of total cerebral blood flow as an imaging biomarker of known cardiovascular risks – Jennings et al.

One-lung ventilation and the brain

255- One-lung ventilation does not result in cerebral desaturation during application of lung protective strategy if normocapnia is maintained – Végh et al.

Brain function in preeclamptic women

256- Cerebro vascular reactivity (CVR) of middle cerebral artery in response to CO2 5% inhalation in preeclamptic women – Sariri et al.

Critical closing pressure and the brain

257- Cessation of Diastolic Cerebral Blood Flow Velocity: The Role of Critical Closing Pressure – Varsos et al.

Brain autoregulation

258- Variability of the autoregulation index decreases after removing the effect of the very low frequency band – Elting et al.

259- Comparison of Non-invasive and Invasive Arterial Blood Pressure Measurement for Assessment of Dynamic Cerebral Autoregulation – Petersen et al.


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