Relying on the data that intracranial pressure provides is no longer sufficient to determine its burden. That is why several scientists have conducted neurological experiments in at least eleven (11) European countries to prove that the PCI load may not be accurate. So what are the reasons why PCI is not always reliable?
What is the warning threshold for PCI?
Various kinds of PCI have been detected during patient survival according to a clinical method. This means that there were several results: between 15 and 25 mmhg. The PCI alarm is not sufficient to define the cranial pressure. The finding of the study conducted on the case of two patients A and B, for example, showed the limitations of the latter. A patient is considered ill when his or her PCI level reaches the limit of 20 mmhg. Following this link, it is the severe level that the alarm considers relevant and therefore warns. In this particular example, patient A was at level zero but suddenly rose to 20 and then fell and tried to come down to the normal level. At this stage, this is not yet alarming. Whereas patient B's PCI has almost reached the redline of 20 mmhg. Even just below the alarm line, it can be concluded that the patient is carrying a high level of load.
The particularity of the analysis tool
In order to therefore have accurate data of an individual's PCI, one would have to complete the appropriate analysis system to do the treatment. This is because it is a method that presents the information on the skull pressure examination. With this option, it is easy to appreciate the period of the load and its histogram. At the same time, the concentration of the quantity in real time. It should not be overlooked that a PCI that is between the levels 15 and 20 mmhg can be harmful. This is especially true when the left side is not treated.