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: Effects of perioperative indomethacin in intracranial pressure, cerebral blood flow, and cerebral metabolism in patients subjected to craniotomy for cerebral tumors. J Neurosurg Anesthesiol 8 : 273 – 279 , 1996 Bundgaard H, Jensen K, Cold GE, Bergholt B, Frederiksen R, Pless S: Effects of perioperative indomethacin in intracranial pressure, cerebral blood flow, and cerebral metabolism in patients subjected to craniotomy for cerebral tumors. J Neurosurg Anesthesiol 8: 273–279, 1996 3. Cold GE : Does acute hyperventilation provoke

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Roberto Imberti, Guido Bellinzona, and Martin Langer

relation to cerebral perfusion pressure, TCD findings and TCD-CO 2 reactivity after severe head injury. Acta Neurochir 138 : 425 – 434 , 1996 Dings J, Meixensberger J, Amschler J, et al: Brain tissue pO 2 in relation to cerebral perfusion pressure, TCD findings and TCD-CO 2 reactivity after severe head injury. Acta Neurochir 138: 425–434, 1996 7. Diringer MN , Yundt K , Videen TO , et al : No reduction in cerebral metabolism as a result of early moderate hyperventilation following severe traumatic brain injury. J

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delivery exceeds metabolic requirements by a factor of two to three, there is a considerable reserve in place before available O 2 is reduced below the minimum needed to maintain cerebral metabolism. It is only when available O 2 falls below this minimum level that the brain can no longer produce sufficient high-energy phosphate molecules to maintain its functions (energy failure). Energy failure must occur before ischemic damage is possible. Thus, the question that needs to be addressed is whether hyperventilation in patients with TBI reduces CBF to the point of

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Roberto Imberti, Marinella Fuardo, Guido Bellinzona, Michele Pagani, and Martin Langer

, Frederiksen R , Pless S : Effects of perioperative indomethacin on intracranial pressure, cerebral blood flow, and cerebral metabolism in patients subjected to craniotomy for cerebral tumors. J Neurosurg Anesthesiol 8 : 273 – 279 , 1996 Bundgaard H, Jensen K, Cold GE, Bargholt B, Frederiksen R, Pless S: Effects of perioperative indomethacin on intracranial pressure, cerebral blood flow, and cerebral metabolism in patients subjected to craniotomy for cerebral tumors. J Neurosurg Anesthesiol 8: 273–279, 1996 3 Cruz J