Effect of goal-directed fluid management guided by non-invasive device on incidence of postoperative complications in neurosurgery A protocol for pilot study
|Year of publication
|Article in Periodical
|Magazine / Source
|Medicine: Case Reports and Study Protocols
|MU Faculty or unit
|anaesthesia; complications; goal-directed hemodynamic therapy; neurosurgery
|oal-directed hemodynamic therapy aims to reduce the incidence of postoperative complications in patients undergoing surgical procedures. Optimal preload is mandatory to achieve adequate cardiac output and oxygen supply to organs and tissues. Neurosurgical patients are at risk of inadequate preload, decreased blood flow and reduced oxygen delivery, all of which can lead to organ dysfunction. Current knowledge regarding the effect of fluid management on patient-orientated outcomes in neurosurgery is limited. Therefore, this study aims to compare the safety and feasibility of goal-directed therapy with standard management in patients undergoing neurosurgical procedures.