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Jugular Venous Flow Neurosurgical Patients

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Jugular Venous Flow Neurosurgical Patients

Our hypothesis is that there will be a decrease in internal jugular venous flow in the park bench position when compared to the supine position. There will also be a change in blood flow between the right and left internal jugular veins in the park bench position. In particular, there will be a greater reduction of flow on the dependent side. However, the internal jugular venous flow will be the same in both the prone and supine positions.

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Recruiting patients only common.study.methods.is-healthy-yes

comparison of different neurosurgical position

in 2 of 3 positions (supine, plus either prone or park bench) with both left and right internal jugular vein cross-sectional area of vein, doppler velocity, internal jugular venous flow, position of internal jugular vein in relation to carotid artery (All measured with the use of ultrasound)

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Effect of Different Surgical Positions on the Cerebral Venous Drainage: an Ultrasound Study on Neurosurgical Patients

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NCT02002507

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