Cerebral infrared spectroscopy at brain injury
Keywords:traumatic brain injury, hemorrhagic stroke, cerebral infrared spectroscopy
Data on cerebral infrared spectroscopy (CIS) use at different brain injuries are reviewed. CIS comparability with other methods for assessment of cerebral oxygen saturation (jugular oximetry and invasive cerebral oximetry) was shown. The experience of CIS use as a part of multiparameter neuromonitoring at traumatic brain injury and hemorrhagic stroke is given.
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