Scientific Program

Poster Sessions

Tuesday, September 14, 2010
 
0800 - 0900
Chair
Brain tissue oxygen monitoring
M. Jaeger (Liverpool/AU)
0800
O 40
Comparison of brain tissue oxygen pressure measurements and oxygen derived autoregulation parameters with different probe types
M. Dengl (Leipzig/DE), M. Jaeger (Liverpool/AU), C. Renner, J. Meixensberger (Leipzig/DE)
0812
O 41
Is the brain tissue oxygen pressure reactivity index (ORx) dependent on the type of oxygen probe? – an in vivo study
G. Grözinger, M. Schenk, C. Thiel, K. Thiel, M. Morgalla, M.U. Schuhmann (Tübingen/DE)
0824
O 42
Position of probe determines prognostic information from brain tissue pO2
L. Ponce Mejia, S. Pillai, J. Cruz, C. Robertson, X. Li, J. Hannay (Houston TX/US)
0836
O 43
Measurement of brain tissue oxygen, brain temperature and intracranial pressure – evaluation of a new multiparameter neuromonitoring device
C. Hohaus (Halle Saale/DE), G. Huschak (Leipzig/DE), B.C. Kern, H.J. Meisel (Halle Saale/DE)
0848
O 44
Visualization of cortex pO2 during an epidural mass lesion in rodents
J. Warnat, G. Liebsch, E.-M. Stoerr, A. Brawanski (Regensburg/DE)
0900 - 0910
Coffee break
0910 - 1000
Presentation of posters - Session 7-9
1000 - 1020
Coffe break
1020 - 1050
Chair
Pediatric key note
P. van Ouwerkerk (Amsterdam/NL)
1020
IL 3
Pediatric traumatic brain injury: present state and future vision
P. D. Adelson (Phoenix AZ/US)
1050 - 1140
Chair
Monitoring child‘s injured brain
P. van Ouwerkerk (Amsterdam/NL), M.U. Schuhmann (Tübingen/DE)
1050
O 45
Temporal profiles of cerebrovascular pressure reactivity in children with severe traumatic brain injury
P. Lewis (Prahran/AU), B. Carter, W. Butt (Parkville/AU), J. Rosenfeld (Prahran/AU), W. Maixner (Parkville/AU), M. Czosnyka (Cambridge/GB)
1102
O 46
Physiological responses to autoregulation testing in children with traumatic brain injury
L. Padayachy, U.K. Rohlwink (Cape Town/ZA), E. Zwane (Swaziland/ZA), A.C. Argent, G. Fieggen (Cape Town/ZA), P.D. LeRoux (Pennsylvania/US), A. Figaji (Cape Town/ZA)
1114
O 47
Bioinformatics analysis of mortality associated with elevated intracranial pressure in children
M. Wainwright, R. Lewandowski (Chicago IL/US)
1126
O 48
Decompressive craniectomy in pediatric patients – single center series and systematic review
P. Schuss, E. Güresir, V. Seifert, H. Vatter (Frankfurt a.M./DE)
1140 - 1200
Coffee break
1200 - 1300
Chair
Monitoring child‘s injured brain – ptiO2
K. Brady (Houston TX/US)
1200
IL 4
Invited lecture: monitoring and managing brain tissue oxygen in children
A. Figaji (Cape Town/ZA)
1220
O 49
The relationship between ICP and brain tissue oxygen in pediatric traumatic brain injury
U.K. Rohlwink (Cape Town/ZA), E. Zwane (Swaziland/SZ), P.D. LeRoux (Pennsylvania/US), A.C. Argent, G. Fieggen, A. Figaji (Cape Town/ZA)
1232
O 50
Cerebral perfusion pressure thresholds and brain tissue oxygen in children
U.K. Rohlwink (Cape Town/ZA), P.D. LeRoux (Pennsylvania/US), G. Fieggen, A. Figaji (Cape Town/ZA)
1244
O 51
Normobaric hyperoxia in children with traumatic brain injury
A. Figaji, E. Zwane, U.K. Rohlwink, P.D. LeRoux, A.C. Argent, G. Fieggen, J.C. Peter (Cape Town/ZA)
1300 - 1400
Lunch break
1400
Start conference Tour
Poster Sessions 
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
 
0900 - 1000
Chair
Poster session 7 (P7) – Hydrocephalus 2
E. Schmidt (Toulouse/FR)
P 44ICP pulse wave analysis and diagnosis of iNPH: Comparison of time-domain versus frequency-domain oriented methods
M.U. Schuhmann, S. Buddhakoralage, A. Speil (Tübingen/DE), J. Helm (Leipzig/DE), M. Jaeger (Liverpool/AU), P. Eide (Oslo/NO)
P 45Idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus (iNPH) and co-morbidity: an outcome analysis of 134 patients
J. Lemcke, M. Ullrich (Berlin/DE)
P 46Near Infrared Spectroscopy as possible non-invasive monitor of slow vasogenic ICP waves
R.A. Weerrakody, Z. Czosnyka (Cambridge/GB), C. Zweifel (Basel/CH), G. Castellani (Pavia/IT), P. Smielewski (Cambridge/GB), K. Brady (Baltimore MD/US), J.D. Pickard, M. Czosnyka (Cambridge/GB)
P 47Lack of correlation of overnight monitoring data and lumbar infusion data in iNPH patients
A. Speil, J.C. Sosa, B.E. Will, M.U. Schuhmann (Tübingen/DE)
P 48Predicting gait responses of normal pressure hydrocephalus patients to extended CSF lumbar drainage using predrain overnight ICP recording
X. Hu, R. Hamilton, D. McArthur, P. Vespa, M. Bergsneider (Los Angeles CA/US)
P 49Keeping CSF valve function with urokinase in children with intra-ventricular haemorrhage and CSF shunts
M. Galarza, J.F. Martínez-Lage, M.A. Perez Espejo (El Palmar, Murcia/ES)
P 50Fixed, dilated pupils following traumatic brain injury: What are the implications?
A. Helmy, P. Kirkpatrick, H. Seeley, E. Corteen, D. Menon, P. Hutchinson (Cambridge/GB)
0900 - 1000
Chair
Poster session 8 (P8) – Monitoring Childs Brain
B. Depreitere (Leuven/BE)
P 51Pressure reactivity, ICP and anaerobic metabolites in a piglet model of traumatic brain injury
K. Kibler, J. Mytar, B. Easley (Baltimore MD/US), M. Czosnyka, P. Smielewski (Cambridge/GB), K. Brady (Baltimore MD/US)
P 52Cerebral blood flow and cerebrovascular autoregulation after pediatric hypoxic-ischemic cardiac arrest and hypothermia
J. Lee, K. Brady, K. Kibler, J. Mytar, E. Carter, J. Billet, R. Easley, C. Hogue (Baltimore MD/US), M. Czosnyka, P. Smielewski (Cambridge/GB), D. Shaffner, R. Koehler, K. Hirsch (Baltimore MD/US)
P 53Cerebral blood flow autoregulation is preserved after severe cortical impact, but impaired when intracranial pressure is elevated in an infant swine model
K. Kibler, J. Mytar, B. Easley (Baltimore MD/US), M. Czosnyka, P. Smielewski (Cambridge/GB), K. Brady (Baltimore MD/US)
P 54Evaluating a non-invasive tool for measuring intracranial pressure in african children with infectious encephalopathies
S. Gwer, M. Kazungu, E. Chengo, R. Idro (Kilifi/KE), T. Birch, R. Marchbanks (Southampton/GB), P. Kager (Amsterdam/NL), F. Kirkham (Southampton/GB), C. Newton (Kilifi/KE)
P 55The use of transcranial Doppler in pediatric traumatic brain injury
L. Padayachy, U.K. Rohlwink (Cape Town/ZA), E. Zwane (Swaziland/SZ), G. Fieggen, A. Figaji (Cape Town/ZA)
P 56Role of transcranial Doppler sonografic (TDS) control of cerebral edema in acute period of severe pediatric traumatic brain injury
D. Zinenko, A. Mitnikov, Z. Selezneva, T. Ermolaeva, S. Gorchakov, F. Hafizov (Moscow/RU)
P 57ICP guided care in children with serious traumatic brain injury: an epidemiological study
A.-M. Guerguerian, D. Shaffner, D. Wensley, A. Joffe, E. Gilfoyle, A. Korneki, J. Gilleland, S. Dhanani, E. Tsai, D. Withington, C. Farrell, J. Hutchison (Toronto/CA)
0900 - 1000
Chair
Poster session 9 (P9) – Autoregulation/ptio2/CBF 2
P. Lewis (Prahran/AU)
P 58Monitoring of ICP and PtO2 during aneurysm surgery and in postoperative period
K. Rzewuski, I. Kojder, D. Jezewski, B. Rzewuska (Szczecin/PL)
P 59Evaluation of cerebrovascular pressure reactivity index using non-invasive arterial blood pressure
M. Kasprowicz, E. Schmidt, D.-J. Kim, E. Carrera, C. Haubrich, Z. Czosnyka, P. Smielewski, M. Czosnyka (Cambridge/GB)
P 60Continuous assessment of cerebral autoregulation with near infrared spectroscopy in adults after subarachnoid hemorrhage
C. Zweifel (Basel/CH), G. Castellani, M. Czosnyka, E. Carrera (Cambridge/GB), K. Brady (Baltimore MD/US), P. Kirkpatrick, J. Pickard, P. Smielewski (Cambridge/GB)
P 61Comparison of a new brain tissue oxygenation probe with the established standard
S. Wolf, P. Horn, C. Frenzel (Berlin/DE), L. Schürer (Munich/DE), P. Vajkoczy, J. Dengler (Berlin/DE)
P 62Evidence of cortical spreading depressions in a cortical intracerebral hemorrhage swine model: impact on cerebral blood flow and metabolism
B. Orakcioglu, Y. Uozumi, M. Kentar, E. Santos, A. Unterberg, O. Sakowitz (Heidelberg/DE)
P 63Loss of autoregulation precedes terminal ICP increase in anhepatic pigs
G. Grözinger, M. Schenk, C. Thiel, K. Thiel, M. Morgalla, M.U. Schuhmann (Tübingen/DE)
P 64Initial existence and loss of optimal cerebral perfusion pressure (CPPopt) in pigs undergoing anhepatic liver failure
G. Grözinger, M. Schenk, C. Thiel, K. Thiel, M. Morgalla, M.U. Schuhmann (Tübingen/DE)

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