INFLUENCE OF THE DISTURBANCES OF FUNCTIONAL PARAMETERS OF CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM ON CEREBRAL OXYGENATION IN CHILDREN


E.A. Alekseeva, A.E.Aleksandrov, S.M. Sharkov, E.N. Basargina, A.B. Sugak, A.P. Ivanov

FSBI Scientific Center for Children's Health RAMS, Moscow
The article presents the data on the possibility of use of non-invasive cerebral oxymeter INVOS Somanetics for the assessment of changes of cerebral oxygenation, ejection fraction, and stroke output relative to age norms in children with dilated cardiomyopathy. The study revealed a direct correlation of cerebral oxygenation with changes of functional cardiac parameters - ejection fraction and stroke output. Reduction of cerebral oxygenation against the background of normal stroke output and a slight decrease of ejection fraction indicates the developing cerebral hypoxia, even with relative stability of the functional parameters of the cardiovascular system. Decrease of cerebral oxygenation requires adequate and timely correction of hypoxic conditions.

About the Autors


E.A. Alekseeva – member of staff of the Department of Anesthesiology and Resuscitation with surgery unit SRI of Pediatrics FSBI SCCH RAMS; e-mail: elenasevagina@yandex.ru
A.E. Aleksandrov – MD, Head of the Department of Anesthesiology and Resuscitation with surgery unit SRI of Pediatrics FSBI SCCH RAMS; e-mail: Aleksandrov@nczd.ru
S.M. Sharkov – MD, Deputy Director for Research SRI of Pediatrics FSBI SCCH RAMS; e-mail: Sharkov@nczd.ru
E.N.Basargina – MD, Prof., Head of the Department of Cardiology SRI of Pediatrics FSBI SCCH RAMS
A.B.Sugak – MD, Senior Researcher at the Department of Ultrasound Diagnosis SRI of Pediatrics FSBI SCCH RAMS
A.P. Ivanov – PhD in Medical Sciences, Senior Researcher at the Department of Ultrasound Diagnosis SRI of Pediatrics FSBI SCCH RAMS


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