By M. Loftus Christopher
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The patient is returned to the operating room, the wound is opened, and a hand injection of contrast media is performed while taking a single cervical x-ray. Gross technical errors or thrombosis can be identified by this technique without the need for reopening the vessel or the delay of proceeding to the angiographic suite. Intraoperative Doppler Scanning. Informal use of sterilized Doppler probes applied to all vessels in the arteriotomy tree is commonly employed as a qualitative measure of postarteriotomy patency.
In view of these findings, patients undergoing carotid artery surgery are currently managed at normocapneic levels, or with only mild hyperventilation, avoiding extremes of arterial pCO2 (191,200). Data concerning induced-intraoperative hypertension is much more consistent. Significant increases in both local rCBF (194) and in stump pressure (191) have been documented with pharmacologically induced hypertension in patients undergoing carotid cross-clamping. Many surgeons, who shunt based on intraoperative monitoring, first attempt to reverse ischemic changes with a controlled elevation of arterial pressure.
In most of these series, a good correlation has existed between failure of ipsilateral rCBF and slowing or flattening of the EEG, but several authors have stressed the lack of such correlation between rCBF and ipsilateral stump pressures (213,210). It is clear that most surgeons using rCBF determinations opt for intraluminal shunting at values below 18–20 cc/100 g/min. A single study, however, of patients in whom shunts were never used reports uneventful neurologic outcomes in some patients with intraoperative rCBF as low as 9 cc/100 g/min (218).