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Jugular bulb oximetry during mild hypothermia therapy in severely head-injured patients

GÁL, Roman, Ivan ČUNDRLE, Martin SMRČKA and Karel MÁCA. Jugular bulb oximetry during mild hypothermia therapy in severely head-injured patients. Harrachov: Fakultní nemocnice Hradec Králové, Neurologická klinika, 2002. 1 pp.
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Original name Jugular bulb oximetry during mild hypothermia therapy in severely head-injured patients
Name (in English) Jugular bulb oximetry during mild hypothermia therapy in severely head-injured patients
Authors GÁL, Roman, Ivan ČUNDRLE, Martin SMRČKA and Karel MÁCA.
Edition Harrachov, 1 pp. 2002.
Publisher Fakultní nemocnice Hradec Králové, Neurologická klinika
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Type of outcome book on a specialized topic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Organization unit Faculty of Medicine
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Abstract
Jugular bulb oximetry provides information on the adequacy of cerebral perfusion, reflecting the ratio between cerebral blood flow and cerebral metabolism. Our data showed, that SjO2 values were unchanged during mild hypothermia therapy 34 C.
Abstract (in English)
Jugular bulb oximetry provides information on the adequacy of cerebral perfusion, reflecting the ratio between cerebral blood flow and cerebral metabolism. Our data showed, that SjO2 values were unchanged during mild hypothermia therapy 34 C.
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