Monitoring cerebral oxygenation in traumatic brain injury
Progress in Brain Research , Volume 161 p. 207- 216
Ischemia is a common problem after traumatic brain injury (TBI) that eludes detection with standard monitoring. In this review we will discuss four available techniques (SjVO2, PET, NIRS and PbrO2) to monitor cerebral oxygenation. We present technical data including strengths and weaknesses of these systems, information from clinical studies and formulate a vision for the future.
|2, NIRS, PET, PbrO, SjVO, TBI, advanced neuromonitoring, brain tissue oxygen tension, tissue oxygen reactivity|
|Progress in Brain Research|
|Organisation||Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam|
Haitsma, I, & Maas, A.I.R. (2007). Monitoring cerebral oxygenation in traumatic brain injury. Progress in Brain Research (Vol. 161, pp. 207–216). doi:10.1016/S0079-6123(06)61014-5