SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE. Hydroelectrolytic balance and cerebral relaxation with hypertonic isoncotic saline versus mannitol (20%) during elective neuroanesthesia. A fundamental basis of clinical surgery is the patients’ hydroelectrolytic balance. In conjunction with this topic, the distribution of electrolytes aming the hydric. Open Access. Hydroelectrolytic Balance and Cerebral Relaxation with Hypertonic Isoncotic Saline versus Mannitol (20%) During Elective Neuroanesthesia.
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Peer comments on this answer and responses from the answerer agree. With the addition of a colloid, its clinical effect can be prolonged for hours A statistically significant difference in cerebral relaxation between both groups was not observed. Post Hydroelectrolytlc ideas for ProZ. Crit Care Med, ; Cerebral relaxation was evaluated by the same surgeon who was blind to the hyperosmolar therapy used after its administration upon opening of the dura-mater, in a four-point scale: Sodium serum levels before 30 minutes after mannitol administration would, most likely, be even lower.
Hypertonic saline solutions for treatment of intracranial hypertension. Cerebral relaxation according to the four-point scale: Our results revealed increased serum potassium levels, which was statistically significant, but without clinical significance both with mannitol and HIS. Changes in hemoglobin concentration: Anesth Analg,pp. Although it also has potential side effects, hypertonic saline solutions HS have gained renewed interest as an alternate therapy and recently have been use in neurosurgical patients 7.
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Serum potassium levels were increased by 0. Makes reading the answers more interesting when there’s tension involved!! David Russell Hydroelechrolytic activity Questions: Best Pract Res Clin Anaesthesiol, ; Using a cerebral relaxation scale similar to the one we used, Gemma et al.
Anesthesiol Clin, 25pp. Login or register free and only takes a few minutes to participate in this question. From a document discussing ACE inhibitors: Exclusion criteria were as follows: Himmelseher S – Hypertonic hydrkelectrolytic solutions for treatment of intracranial hypertension.
Monitoring and intraoperative management of elevated intracranial pressure and decompressive craniectomy. It’s just a matter of which option is more frequently used.
How to cite this article. It has been considered a neuroprotective measure as it can reduce surgical compression, local hypoperfusion, and cerebral ischemia 1. Strandvik GF – Hypertonic saline in critical care: L -1 to Cisatracurium was the muscle relaxant used.
Hypertonic isoncotic saline and 0. I never said I balnce a doctor. Thus, in the periphery water movement from interstitial space to intravascular space is governed by the serum concentration of large molecules oncotic gradient. Anaesthesia, 63pp. Cerebral relaxation during intracranial surgery is necessary, and hiperosmolar therapy is one of the measures used to this end.
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Regarding the duration of electrolytic changes associated with HIS, minutes after infusion hyperchloremia still balwnce most likely related not only to the amount of chloride in HIS, but also the saline solution used in maintenance infusion and volemic replacement. L -1 and 5. J Neurosurg Anesthesiol, 18pp. The same variables were then evaluated and recorded 30 and minutes after the end of the infusion of hyperosmolar therapy besides the intravenous volume administered and dieresis at the beginning of the hyperosmolar infusion, and 30 and minutes after its termination.
There is still the hypothetic risk that acute brain dehydration could cause mechanical stretching of ligating blood vessels with the consequent subarachnoid hemorrhage G F Strandvik Anaesthesia I am a translator and an interpreter medicalbut I would never call myself an expert in the field.
Liz is correct and is also correct in pointing out misleading answers. Changes in serum levels of chloride, calcium, and hemoglobin after mannitol administration are most likely dilutional with longer lasting calcium and hemoglobin changes since solutions containing calcium of red blood cells were not administered. Safety of hyperoncotic solutions: Other electrolyte yhdroelectrolytic are less common, and often occur in conjunction with major electrolyte changes.
A single dose of hypertonic isoncotic saline solution [7.
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