The patient has an UNRUPTURED Cerebral Aneurysm. Do you plan to Maintain/Inc. Cerebral Perfusion Pressure with Maintaining/Inc. MAP? Do you plan to Reduce the Transmural Tension by Reducing the MAP?
The patient shows strong evidence of Increased ICP. Do you plan to Decrease Transmural Pressure by decreasing the MAP? Do you plan to Increase/Maintain Cerebral Perfusion Pressure with an Inc in MAP?
Qa. What does the alteration in the patient's mental status imply about the ICP? Qb. How do your Management Goals differ if the patient has an alteration in mental status?
Qa. Describe the Hess and Hunt Classification and how it correlates with the M&M of the patient. Qb. What is the Hess and Hunt Grade if the patient is Confused with Mild Focal Deficit?
Qa. What are your Concerns for a patient who presents with an Unruptured Cerebral Aneurysm? Qb. What are your Concerns for a patient who presents with a Ruptured Cerebral Aneurysm?
Postoperatively the Patient's Blood Pressure Increases to 210/105 mmHg! Qa. Will you treat the Patient's Elevated Blood Pressure? Qb. What is the Target Range for the patient's Blood Pressure in the Postoperative Period? Qc. What anti-HTN agents would you consider if you are