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Microdialysis--monitoring tissue chemistry in intensive care medicine

Microdialysis--monitoring tissue chemistry in intensive care medicine

experimental results and clinical application of biochemical tissue monitoring in critical illness

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Published by Pabst Science Publ. in Lengerich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brain microdialysis.,
  • Neurological intensive care.,
  • Neurochemistry.,
  • Patient monitoring.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementS. Klaus ; L. Bahlmann (ed.).
    ContributionsKlaus, Stephan.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination138 S. :
    Number of Pages138
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19538754M
    ISBN 103899671244
    ISBN 109783899671247
    OCLC/WorldCa76507039

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Ungerstedt U. () Microdialysis Monitoring of Organ Chemistry in the Intensive Care Unit. In: Gullo A., Berlot G. (eds) Perioperative and Critical Care Medicine. Springer, MilanoAuthor: U. Ungerstedt. Microdialysis – Monitoring Tissue Chemistry in Intensive Care Medicine. Experimental Results and Clinical Application of Biochemical Tissue Monitoring in Critical Illness pages 23 - 34 publisher Pabst Science Publishers conference name 1st International Symposium of Monitoring Tissue Chemistry in Intensive Care Medicine conference locationAuthor: Carl-Henrik Nordström.

Clinical application of microdialysis was 'catalyzed' by the development of commercially available microdialysis catheters that may be used in humans [].Because of modern technical innovations, it is now possible to determine dialysate and tissue concentrations immediately at the bedside during intensive care treatment [].The first reported application of Cited by: Monitoring tissue chemistry in patients by microdialysis is likely to become routine in clinical practiceMany diagnostic and therapeutic decisions in medical practice are.

Initially microdialysis was designed to measure concentrations of neurotransmitters in rat brain, and was gradually adopted in other research.

5 The first published application of microdialysis in humans was a study on interstitial glucose in6 and its use was initially confined to adipose tissue. 6,7 However, numerous reports have since appeared Cited by: Smith M, Belli A, Sen J et al () Prediction of secondary brain injury during neurocritical care: the role of cerebral microdialysis.

In: Klaus S, Bahlmann L (eds) Microdialysis—monitoring tissue chemistry in intensive care medicine. Pabst Science Publishers, Lengerich, pp 45–55 Google ScholarAuthor: M.

Smith. Microdialysis Monitoring of Biomarkers for Early Recognition of Intestinal Ischemia [] Zahn JD, Trebotich D, Liepmann D. Microdialysis microneedles for continuous medical monitoring.

Microdialysis is a minimally-invasive sampling technique that is used for continuous measurement of free, unbound analyte concentrations in the extracellular fluid of virtually any tissue. Analytes may include endogenous molecules (e.g.

neurotransmitter, hormones, glucose, etc.) to assess their biochemical functions in the body, or exogenous compounds (e.g. pharmaceuticals) to. There is growing interest in sampling of protein biomarkers from the interstitial compartment of the brain and other organs using high molecular cutoff membrane microdialysis (MD) catheters.

However, recent data suggest that protein sampling across such MD membranes is a highly complex process that needs to be further studied. Here, we report three major improvements Cited by: Igor Ougorets, John J. Caronna, in Critical Care Medicine (Third Edition), Assessing Brain Tissue.

Brain tissue P o 2 monitoring using polarographic parenchymal microprobes was introduced in the mids. Studies have shown that in severe TBI patients, brain tissue P o 2 correlates with CPP and low brain tissue P o 2 is associated with poor outcome. The role of. Thieme E-Books & E-JournalsCited by: 1.

Principle of microdialysis. Monitoring in vivo or generated within the extracellular space of principally any tissue or organ in the body and also for sampling the body fluids such as blood or CSF. Microdialysis in combination with a suitable detection technique allows monitoring of time-dependent changes in local tissue chemistry, for.

Persson L, Hillered L. Chemical monitoring of neurosurgical intensive care patients using intracerebral microdialysis. J Neurosurg. Presciutti M, Schmidt JM, Alexander S. Neuromonitoring in intensive care: Focus on microdialysis and its nursing implications.

J Neurosci Nurs. Correction to: Variation in neurosurgical management of traumatic brain injury: a survey in 68 centers participating in the CENTER-TBI study (Acta Neurochirurgica, (),3, (), /sz). Intensive Care Med. Mar;40(3) doi: /s A pilot microdialysis study in brain tumor patients to assess changes in intracerebral cytokine levels after craniotomy and in response to treatment with a targeted anti-cancer agent.

Portnow J, Badie B, Liu X, Frankel P, Mi S, Chen M, Synold TW. J Neurooncol. Mar. the paediatric intensive care unit in the first six months of life. Mathew 12 15H45 – 16H00 A review of the use of inhaled nitric oxide in the PICU at Red Cross Children’s Hospital, A retrospective cohort study.

Padayachee 13 16H00 – 16H15 Mortality outcomes following admission to paediatric intensiveFile Size: 1MB. Microdialysis emerges as a useful tool to evaluate tissue inflammation in a number of clinical conditions, like sepsis and transplant rejection, but systematic methodological studies are missing.

This study was undertaken to determine the recovery of relevant inflammatory mediators using the microdialysis system, comparing microdialysis Cited by: Clinical Microdialysis Microdialysis is well established as a clinical research tool in neurointensive care, tissue/organ transplantations and other ICUs, where there is a need for continuous monitoring of energy and metabolic states, and other biomarkers of local chemistry in.

Intensive Care Med ; 39 Schlenk F, Graetz D, Nagel A, Schmidt M, Sarrafzadeh AS. Insulin-related decrease in cerebral glucose despite normoglycemia in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage.

This included trainees and trainers in intensive care medicine, anaesthesia and acute medicine. Results Although 91% of doctors wished to incorporate focused echocardiography into their clinical practice, only 36% had undergone any focused echocardiography training and only 5% had focused echocardiography accreditation.

“Microdialysis monitoring of Free intra oral flaps” Dr Bredell Zürich, CH “Optimizing the treatment in orthopaedic surgery with Microdialysis” Dr Lars Enkebolle Rasmussen Vejle, D K “Monitoring bone free flaps with Microdialysis catheter directly positioned in bone tissue: an original method to assess the viability of.Traumatic brain injury (TBI) results in many deaths, disabilities, and the consumption of healthcare resources each year [].All these facts have motivated interest in research on prognostic biomarkers in TBI patients [2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10].This review focuses on biomarkers associated with the outcome of TBI patients, such as caspase-3, total antioxidant capacity, Cited by: Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) is one of the deadliest types of strokes with high rates of morbidity and permanent injury.

Fluctuations in the levels of cerebral metabolites following SAH can be indicators of brain injury severity. Specifically, the changes in the levels of key metabolites involved in cellular metabolism, lactate and pyruvate, can be used as a biomarker for patient Author: Kaneez Zahra, Neethu Gopal, William D.

Freeman, Marion T. Turnbull.