Mean arterial blood pressure and neonatal cerebral lesions.
Computerised continuous measurement of mean arterial blood pressure (MAP) and serial cranial ultrasonography in 33 infants of less than 31 weeks' gestation showed that a MAP of less than 30 mm Hg for over an hour was significantly associated with severe haemorrhage, ischaemic cerebral lesions, or death within 48 hours. No severe lesions developed with a MAP greater than or equal to mm Hg.
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