A review of spinal cord perfusion pressure guided interventions in traumatic spinal cord injury

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A review of spinal cord perfusion pressure guided interventions in traumatic spinal cord injury. / Thygesen, Mathias; Nielsen, Tim Damgaard; Rasmussen, Mads; Orlowski, Dariusz; Pedersen, Michael; Rasmussen, Mikkel Mylius.

I: European Spine Journal, Bind 30, 10.2021, s. 3028-3035.

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title = "A review of spinal cord perfusion pressure guided interventions in traumatic spinal cord injury",
abstract = "Purpose: To evaluate the causality between interventions on spinal cord perfusion pressure and neurological outcome in traumatic spinal cord injury.Methods: A systematic review was conducted in concordance with PRISMA guidelines. The literature was found in the EMBASE, PUBMED, SCOPUS, and WEB OF SCIENCE. Eligible studies included those that reported measurements and interventions on the spinal cord perfusion pressure in either animals or patients suffering from spinal cord injury. Only studies that reported a clinical or relevant clinical outcome measure (i.e., neurophysiology) were included.Results: The search yielded 795 unique records, and six studies were included after careful review. These studies suggested a positive correlation between spinal cord perfusion pressure and neurological outcome, but conclusions on causality could not be made.Conclusion: In spite of growing indications that neurological outcomes are related to the spinal cord perfusion pressure in traumatic spinal cord injuries, a solid conclusion cannot be made due to the limited literature available. Additional well-designed studies are needed to address this issue.Keywords: Critical care; Decompression; Spinal cord injury; Spinal cord perfusion pressure; Spinal surgery; Trauma. ",
keywords = "Critical care, Decompression, Spinal cord injury, Spinal cord perfusion pressure, Spinal surgery, Trauma",
author = "Mathias Thygesen and Nielsen, {Tim Damgaard} and Mads Rasmussen and Dariusz Orlowski and Michael Pedersen and Rasmussen, {Mikkel Mylius}",
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pages = "3028--3035",
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T1 - A review of spinal cord perfusion pressure guided interventions in traumatic spinal cord injury

AU - Thygesen, Mathias

AU - Nielsen, Tim Damgaard

AU - Rasmussen, Mads

AU - Orlowski, Dariusz

AU - Pedersen, Michael

AU - Rasmussen, Mikkel Mylius

PY - 2021/10

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N2 - Purpose: To evaluate the causality between interventions on spinal cord perfusion pressure and neurological outcome in traumatic spinal cord injury.Methods: A systematic review was conducted in concordance with PRISMA guidelines. The literature was found in the EMBASE, PUBMED, SCOPUS, and WEB OF SCIENCE. Eligible studies included those that reported measurements and interventions on the spinal cord perfusion pressure in either animals or patients suffering from spinal cord injury. Only studies that reported a clinical or relevant clinical outcome measure (i.e., neurophysiology) were included.Results: The search yielded 795 unique records, and six studies were included after careful review. These studies suggested a positive correlation between spinal cord perfusion pressure and neurological outcome, but conclusions on causality could not be made.Conclusion: In spite of growing indications that neurological outcomes are related to the spinal cord perfusion pressure in traumatic spinal cord injuries, a solid conclusion cannot be made due to the limited literature available. Additional well-designed studies are needed to address this issue.Keywords: Critical care; Decompression; Spinal cord injury; Spinal cord perfusion pressure; Spinal surgery; Trauma.

AB - Purpose: To evaluate the causality between interventions on spinal cord perfusion pressure and neurological outcome in traumatic spinal cord injury.Methods: A systematic review was conducted in concordance with PRISMA guidelines. The literature was found in the EMBASE, PUBMED, SCOPUS, and WEB OF SCIENCE. Eligible studies included those that reported measurements and interventions on the spinal cord perfusion pressure in either animals or patients suffering from spinal cord injury. Only studies that reported a clinical or relevant clinical outcome measure (i.e., neurophysiology) were included.Results: The search yielded 795 unique records, and six studies were included after careful review. These studies suggested a positive correlation between spinal cord perfusion pressure and neurological outcome, but conclusions on causality could not be made.Conclusion: In spite of growing indications that neurological outcomes are related to the spinal cord perfusion pressure in traumatic spinal cord injuries, a solid conclusion cannot be made due to the limited literature available. Additional well-designed studies are needed to address this issue.Keywords: Critical care; Decompression; Spinal cord injury; Spinal cord perfusion pressure; Spinal surgery; Trauma.

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KW - Decompression

KW - Spinal cord injury

KW - Spinal cord perfusion pressure

KW - Spinal surgery

KW - Trauma

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DO - 10.1007/s00586-021-06905-1

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