Intracranial Pressure III: Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Intracranial Pressure, Held at the University o by J.W.F. BeksIntracranial Pressure III: Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Intracranial Pressure, Held at the University o by J.W.F. Beks

Intracranial Pressure III: Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Intracranial…

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The papers presented at the Third International Symposium on Intracranial Pressure that was held at the University of Groningen. June 1-3, 1976 are brought together in this volume. After the successful meetings in Hannover and Lund the feeling of the Advisory Board was. that the third meeting should have more clinical implications. and therefore 7 out of the 10 Sessions deal with clinical problems. That there is still a growing interest in the problems of the intracranial pressure appears from the fact that 152 papers were submitted. Unfortunately only 56 could be read. due to lack of time. The selection was made by the members of the Advisory Board. It is a pity that so many good papers had to be rejected because they did not fit in the program. It was decided in a meeting of chairmen and co-chairmen during the symposium that the next congress will take place in 1979. to keep away from the CBF-meeting in June 1977 in Copenhagen and the "Brain-Edema" meeting in 1979 in Bethesda. This fourth symposium will be held in Williamsburg (USA) and prepared by Donald P. Becker. Douglas Miller. Gerald M. Hochwald and Kenneth Shulman.
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Session A: Basic Concepts I Chairman: N.N. Zwetnow; Co-chairman: F. Isamat.- Studies of Kinetics of Fluid Movements Within Brain Tissue.- Responses of Cortical Vein Wedge Pressure, Ventricular Fluid Pressure, and Brain Tissue Pressure to Elevation of Arterial Blood Pressure Under Conditions of Hyperventilation and Freezing Injury to the Brain.- The Influence of Brain Tissue Pressure Upon Local Cerebral Blood Flow in Vasogenic Edema.- Pathogenetic Role of the No-Reflow Phenomenon in an Experimental Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Model in the Dog.- The Role of CSF Resorption on the Intracranial Pressure/Volume Relationship.- Intracranial Blood Volume and Its Variation with Changes in Intracranial Pressure.- Summary.- Session B: Basic Concepts II Chairman: K. Shulman; Co-chairman: J. Hoff.- Isolation of Factors Leading to Sustained Elevations of the ICP.- Increases in ICP and Development of Plateau Waves in Decompensated Hydrocephalic Cats. A New Model.- Increased Intracranial Pressure and Lung Water in Dogs.- Differences in the Behavior of Afferent Vessels in Autoregulation to Increased Intracranial Pressure and to Diminished Systemic Blood Pressure.- Changes of the Sympathetic Vasomotor Activity During Increased Intracranial Pressure.- Correlation in Man of Intracranial Pressure and Neuroelectric Activity Determined by Multimodality Evoked Potentials.- Summary.- Session C: Trauma I Chairman: T.W. Langfitt; Co-chairman: H. Nornes.- The Incidence and Importance of Intracranial Hypertension in Head-Injured Patients.- ICP, CVR and Cerebral Metabolism Following Experimental Cerebral Missile Injury.- Intracranial Pressure Effects of Missile Wounds.- Intraventricular Pressure in Patients with Chronic Subdural Hematomas Before and After Evacuation of the Hematoma.- Intraventricular Isotope Encephalography and Continuous Intraventricular Pressure Recording in Patients Mentally Retarded Following Brain Injury.- Summary.- Session D: Trauma II Chairman: M. Brock; Co-chairman: D.P. Becker.- The Critical Importance of ICP Monitoring in Head Injury.- Management of Head Injury by Means of Ventricular Fluid Pressure Monitoring.- Intracranial Pressure Monitoring in Intensive Care Patients Suffering from Acute Head Injuries.- Changes in Brain Stem Blood Vessels in Patients with Early Signs of Decerebration in the Absence of Intracranial Hypertension.- The Brain Vasomotor Tone Index as Prognosis Leader in Severe Head Injuries.- The Relation Between Intracranial Pressure and Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in the Acute Phase of Severe Head Injury.- Summary.- Session E: Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Chairman: L. Symon: Co-chairman: E. Pasztor.- Incidence of Hydrocephalus and Increased Ventricular Fluid Pressure in Patients with Ruptured Supratentorial Aneurysms.- ICP and CSF Absorption Impairment After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- ICP, Aneurysms, and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- An Analysis of Postoperative Time Course of ICP in 35 Cases with Intracranial Aneurysms.- Mean Intracranial Resting Pressure, Episodic Pressure Fluctuations, and Intracranial Volume/Pressure Response in Patients with Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- Intracranial Hypertension in Acute Stage of Ruptured Intracranial Aneurysm.- Summary.- Session F: Hydrocephalus Chairman: U. Pontén; Co-chairman: G.M. Hochwald.- An Explanation of the Reversible Memory Defect in Hydrocephalus.- CSF Hydrodynamics Especially in the Adult Hydrocephalus Syndrome.- Ventriculo-Lumbar Perfusion in Adult Communicating Hydrocephalus.- Subarachnoid Infusion Test. Its Value in the Prognosis of Shunted Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- Low Output and Low Pressure Failure of Valve Revealed by Shunt Perfusion.- Correlations Between Ventricular Fluid Pressure (VFP) and Computerized Tomography in Patients with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- Summary.- Session G: Drugs and Anaesthetica Chairman: J.D. Miller; Co-chairman: H.J. Reulen.- Effects of Depolarizing, Non-Depolarizing Muscle Relaxants and Intubation on the Ventricular Fluid Pressure.- The Effect of THAM on Acute Intracranial Hypertension. An Experimental and Clinical Study.- Reduction of Raised Intracranial Pressure Following Infusion of Mannitol. A Review of Clinical Pressure Recordings.- Treatment of Acute Cerebral Edema with High Dose of Dexamethasone.- The Influence of Dexamethasone Therapy in ICP in Patients with Tumors of the Posterior Fossa.- Summary.- Session H: Patient Management Chairman: H. Troupp; Co-chairman: D.G. McDowall.- The Significance of ICP-Monitoring in the Post-Operative Period.- The Clinical Value of Intracranial Pressure Monitoring.- The Effects of Head Position and Jugular Vein Compression (JVC) on Intracranial Pressure (ICP). A Clinical Study.- Sagittal Sinus Pressure and CSF Dynamics During Intracranial Hypertension in Man.- The Cushing Response.- Summary.- Session I: Data Handling Chairman: R. Cooper; Co-chairman: J. de Rougemont.- Computer Analysis of Intracranial Pressure Measurements: Clinical Value and Nursing Response.- Reliability and Reproduceability of ICP Frequency Analysis.- Computer-Assisted Determination of Optimum ICP Levels.- The Pattern of Cerebral Pulse: Automatic Analysis.- A New Method of Monitoring Intracranial Volume/Pressure Relationship.- A Dynamic Pressure Profile in the Management of Patients with Glioma.- Summary.- Session J: Pediatric Aspects Chairman: N. Lundberg; Co-chairman: J.W.F. Beks.- The Role of Intracranial Pressure Monitoring in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.- Intracranial Pressure in Reye Syndrome.- The Importance of Preventing Increased Intracranial Pressure in Patients with Cerebral Edema not Related to Trauma.- Direct Measurement of ICP in Cases of Craniosynostosis as a Diagnostic Aid for Operation.- Summary.- Closing Comments.