Ibuprofen and cerebral oxygenation and circulation

Naulaers, G.; Delanghe, G.; Allegaert, K.; Debeer, A.; Cossey, V.; Vanhole, C.; Casaer, P.; Devileger, H.; van Overmeire, B.
January 2005
Archives of Disease in Childhood -- Fetal & Neonatal Edition;Jan2005, Vol. 90 Issue 1, pF75
Academic Journal
The effect of prophylactic administration of ibuprofen on the cerebral circulation in preterm babies was measured with near infrared spectroscopy. No significant difference in the change in cerebral blood volume, change in cerebral blood flow, or tissue oxygenation index was found between administration of ibuprofen or placebo.


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