Hypoperfusion that found using Transcranial Doppler in Intracranial Hemorrhage Patients have Corelation with Glasgow Outcome Scale after an Emergency Surgery

Authors : Akhyar Nur Uhud, Nancy Margaretta Rehatta, Teguh Sylvantoro

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 5 - May

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Intracranial Haemorrage is a life-threatening condition which has high mortality and morbidity, but with a good intensive care the outcome can be improved. GCS is an objective grading system for measuring the degree of brain dysfunction and neurological status after damage to the brain. GCS has been used for several years to asess neurological status of patient with decreassed consciousness but there are some conditions where GCS cannot be measured. An examination of hypoperfusion (using TCD) shows a worse prognosis in patients with intracranial haemorrage. Brain hypoperfuision has been shown to cause poor neurological status and can cause damage to the brain.

Keywords : Hipoperfusion cerebral, TCD, GCS, Intracranial Haemorrage.


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