The aims of brain protection during cardiac surgery are to reduce the sources of injury eg embolism and hypoperfusion and to increase brain tolerance to ischemic insults although the intraoperative period surrounding cpb is often the time of greatest focus brain injury can occur any time perioperatively. Brain protection in cardiac surgery presents a detailed background of studies of neurological morbidity and neuroprotection from a range of experts in the field of neuroprotection providing a detailed reference for clinicians in the field. Brain protection in cardiac surgery grogan k 1 stearns j hogue cw 1department of anesthesiology and critical care medicine the johns hopkins medical institutions the johns hopkins hospital 600 north wolfe street tower 711 baltimore md 21287 usa brain injury is a major source of patient morbidity after cardiac surgery and is . Brain protection in cardiac surgery robert s bonser springer part of the monographs in cardiac surgery series offers a thorough review of the management of cardiac surgery and effects on the brain and brain circulation helps surgeons choose the best procedures for each case
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