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Neurological Monitoring During ECMO

P. Zanatta, E. Bosco, A. Forti, E. Polesel, C. Sorbara
Published 2014 · Medicine

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Neurological monitoring during ECMO is one of the most challenging tasks in an intensive care unit because of the complexity of the clinical scenario and the instability of the patient, who is most often in a comatose condition just before the onset of extracorporeal circulation. Neuromonitoring is an extension of clinical examination that is often unfeasible because of multi-organ failure, sedation, and hypothermic treatment. A multimodal neurophysiological strategy can overcome this limitation and provide additional information on brain function, blood-flow velocity, and brain oxygenation.
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