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14% HYPERTONIC SALINE AND 26% EQUIOSMOLAR DOSAGE CONTRAST MANNITOL FOR INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION MANAGEMENT IN PATIENTS INFARCTION HEMISPHERIC

Adnan Safi, Anam Saleem, Dr Kanwal Sardar

Aim: In this proposed self-hybrid preliminary regulation, we have found the adequacy and protection of 10% hypertonic saline (HS) in patients with enormous dead hemispheric tissue and 24% mannitol in sections of comparative osmosis for the treatment of increased intra-cranial pressure factor (ICP) (LHI).

Methods: From January 2017 to January 2018, LHI patients were registered. The impacts of HS and mannitol in LHI patients for scenes of extended ICP have been counteracted by a rotatable treatment convention. Our current research was conducted at Mayo Hospital, Lahore from March 2019 to February 2020. For instance, in ordinary spans of 240 minutes after implantation of ICP, mean blood vessel pressure (MAP) and cerebral perfusion pressure (CPP) were constantly monitored. The efficacy and security of both drugs were estimated at electrolytes, plasma osmolality and renal capability previously and 240 minutes after imbuement initiation.

Results: A total of 48 extended ICP scenes occurred in 14 HMI patients, 24 of which were impregnated with 14% HS and 28 with 20% mannitol. Both drugs had a similar effect on reducing ICP (P < 0.03). The contrasts in duration and level of decrease were not critical between the groups (P > 0.07). Despite the fact that both osmoles decreased AP, the degree was most noticeable in mannitol collection (P < 0.06) at T120. The rise in CPP was more notable in the contrast HS group and in mannitol collection (P < 0.06) at T120. Nevertheless, HS was related to a faster pulse rate (HR) and higher serum chloride levels (P < 0.06). Changes in serum sodium levels and osmolality were not critical between samples, while they were higher in the HS sample.

Conclusion: Both medicines can be filled out as first-line experts for LHI-led intracranial hypertension, and should be carefully selected according to efficacy and adverse effect distinctions.

Keywords: 14% hypertonic Saline and 26% equiosmolar dosage contrast Mannitol, Hypertention.

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