Optimal blood pressure during cardiopulmonary bypass defined by cerebral autoregulation monitoring.

Optimal blood pressure during cardiopulmonary bypass defined by cerebral autoregulation monitoring.

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Objectives:

"We sought to define the lower and upper limits of cerebral blood flow autoregulation and the optimal blood pressure during cardiopulmonary bypass. We further sought to identify variables predictive of these autoregulation end points."1


1. Optimal blood pressure during cardiopulmonary bypass defined by cerebral autoregulation monitoring.
Hori D, Nomura Y, Ono M, Joshi B, Mandal K et al.
J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2017 Nov;154(5):1590-1598
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