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Cerebrovascular autoregulation in pediatric moyamoya disease.

Lee JK, Williams M, Jennings JM, Jamrogowicz JL, Larson AC, Jordan LC, Heitmiller ES, Hogue CW, Ahn ES
Paediatr Anaesth. 2013 23 (6): 547-56

PMID: 23506446 · PMCID: PMC3648623 · DOI:10.1111/pan.12140

BACKGROUND - Moyamoya syndrome carries a high risk of cerebral ischemia, and impaired cerebrovascular autoregulation may play a critical role. Autoregulation indices derived from near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) may clarify hemodynamic goals that conform to the limits of autoregulation.

OBJECTIVES - The aims of this pilot study were to determine whether the NIRS-derived indices could identify blood pressure ranges that optimize autoregulation and whether autoregulatory function differs between anatomic sides in patients with unilateral vasculopathy.

METHODS - Pediatric patients undergoing indirect surgical revascularization for moyamoya were enrolled sequentially. NIRS-derived autoregulation indices, the cerebral oximetry index (COx) and the hemoglobin volume index (HVx), were calculated intraoperatively and postoperatively to measure autoregulatory function. The 5-mmHg ranges of optimal mean arterial blood pressure (MAPOPT ) with best autoregulation and the lower limit of autoregulation (LLA) were identified.

RESULTS - Of seven enrolled patients (aged 2-16 years), six had intraoperative and postoperative autoregulation monitoring and one had only intraoperative monitoring. Intraoperative MAPOPT was identified in six (86%) of seven patients with median values of 60-80 mmHg. Intraoperative LLA was identified in three (43%) patients with median values of 55-65 mmHg. Postoperative MAPOPT was identified in six (100%) of six patients with median values of 70-90 mmHg. Patients with unilateral disease had higher intraoperative HVx (P = 0.012) on side vasculopathy.

CONCLUSIONS - NIRS-derived indices may identify hemodynamic goals that optimize autoregulation in pediatric moyamoya.

© 2013 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

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Adolescent Arterial Pressure Blood Pressure Carbon Dioxide Cerebral Angiography Cerebrovascular Circulation Child Child, Preschool Female Functional Laterality Hemoglobins Homeostasis Humans Intraoperative Period Magnetic Resonance Imaging Moyamoya Disease Oximetry Pilot Projects Postoperative Period Spectroscopy, Near-Infrared

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