By M. Rossanda (auth.), P. E. Maspes, B. Hughes (eds.)
Hypothermia used to be first utilized to the human in 1940 by means of Smith and Fay in an try and have an effect on the expansion of malignant tumours, and located its most crucial program to begin with in open cardiac surgical procedure and latterly in neurosurgery. the 1st effects in regards to the use of hypothermia in neurosurgery have been suggested on the First Inter nationwide Congress of Neurological Sciences held in Brussels in 1957. a similar topic used to be back thought of on the annual assembly of the Societe de Neurochirurgie de Langue Franl}aise held in Montpellier in'1962. while i used to be charged with the duty of organizing the Symposium on the moment eu Congress of Neurosurgery, i presumed it advert visable to place ahead back the matter of using hypothermia in neurosurgery. although this technique had swiftly develop into renowned and a mass of courses from crucial neurosurgical centres of the realm had seemed, many difficulties remained un solved, and specifically these with regards to the alternative of situations to be taken care of, the usefulness of the technique and its attainable dangers.
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With progressive lowering of body temperature the spikes of the paroxysmal complexes become progressively degraded and deformed. The tracings show paroxysmal bursts of slow waves of high voltage. This pattern is typical of adults in whom spike discharges are seldom recorded. IH ·". d . - ~['-----i J ... "-- ~ VV Fig. 3. Case 121. Derivation, calibration as in Fig. 1. At an oesophageal temperature of 14° C the bursts of spike and wave complexes are separated by phases of suppression of the tracing.
Hypothermia in Neurosurgery: Symposium Organized by P. E. Maspes at the Second European Congress of Neurosurgery Rome, April 18–20, 1963 by M. Rossanda (auth.), P. E. Maspes, B. Hughes (eds.)