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Yeungnam University Journal of Medicine 1991;8(2):35-44.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12701/yujm.1991.8.2.35    Published online December 31, 1991.
Correlation of changes of intracranial pressure and clinical manifestations in spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage.
Eul Soo Chung, Sam Kyu Ko, Oh Lyong Kim, Yung Chul Chi, Byung Yearn Choi, Soo Ho Cho
Abstract
Recently, many authors have reported about the relationship of the volumes of hemorrhage in the brain parenchyma, hemorrhagic sites, optimal operation time, and the effects of mannitol and steroid on control of ICP to clinical manifestations. Many attempts to measure ICP in hydrocephalus, brain tumor, and head injury have been reported. But the measurements of intracranial pressure in spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage are rare. Intracranial pressure was monitored prospectively in 30 patients who had stereotaxic surgery for spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage. The results are as follows. 1. Intracranial pressure was increased in high PaCO₂. 2. There were no correlation in ICP, rebleeding and ADL ad discharge (P>0.05). 3. ICP was the most high level in 72 hours after operation. 4. There was 63.2% decrease in ICP after irrigation with 6000 IU urokinase in the site of hemorrhage. 5. There was no correlation between the numbers of natural drainage and ADL at discharge (P>0.05). 6. The higher the initial GCS, the higher the postoperative GCS.
Key Words: Spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage, Intracranial pressure, Clinical symptoms and signs, ADL
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