Drug Prevention of Cerebral Hypoxia in Patients before Prior Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting

D.Sh. Dyuba, I.S. Yevtushenko

Abstract


We studied the role of subjective and objective symptoms, cognitive impairment in patients in pre-and postoperative period. The data being obtained made it possible to predict the risk of postoperative complications in cardiac surgery patients. Before surgery on the heart it is necessary to examine thoroughly the state of neurological functions and cerebral hemodynamics to assess the risk of perioperative neurologic complications with the use of methods of drug prevention.

Keywords


neurological impairment; coronary artery bypass surgery; carotid stenosis; cognitive impairments; drug prevention

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0713.1.55.2013.85630

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