Prediction of Complications in Intra- and Postoperative Period in Patients with Syndrome of Intracranial Hypertension (Adults and Children)

A.N. Kolesnikov

Abstract


The article analyzes the structure of complications in children and adults with various etiological types of intracranial hypertension syndrome in intra- and postoperative periods. The authors studied main parameters of the stress-system, immune system, assessed physical and neurostatus by scales ASA, SOFA, Rankin in the preoperative and postoperative (3rd — 5th day) periods. A comprehensive program «Prediction of intra- and postoperative complications in patients with the syndrome of ICH. Selection of components of anesthetic management to solve the problem of improving the quality of anesthesia and intensive care in patients with the syndrome of intracranial hypertension». The findings can help the anesthesiologist to predict possible complications in intraoperative period and have «alertness» in the postoperative period.


Keywords


anesthesia; intracranial hypertension; complications; adults; children

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0586.6.53.2013.88703

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