Effect of 2.5% sevoflurane, at PaCO2 30 mmHg for epileptic focus resection, on hemodynamics and hepatic and renal functions

Mizuno, Ju; Muroya, Mitsuaki; Gauss, Tobias; Yamada, Yoshitsugu; Arita, Hideko; Hanaoka, Kazuo
February 2007
Journal of Anesthesia;2007, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p108
Academic Journal
The article discusses the effect of sevoflurane for epileptic cortical focus resection on hemodynamics and hepatic and renal functions. Epileptic cortical focus resection has been administered for patients with intractable epileptic seizures under monitoring by electrocorticography (ECoG). Studies suggest that sevoflurane affects ECoG and electroencephalography. The effect of anesthesia was measured under ECoG on different functions.


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