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Disputes & Debates: Editors' Choice
December 13, 2021

Reader Response: Automated Quantitative Pupillometry in the Critically Ill: A Systematic Review of the Literature

December 14, 2021 issue
97 (24) 1138-1139

Abstract

We read with interest the systematic review by Opic et al.,1 which addressed the presence of potential confounders for outcome prediction in critically ill patients with automated pupillometry. Standard pupil variables such as size and constriction velocity were considered together with the Neurologic Pupil Index (NPI), which is not influenced by medications or the environment.2

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Opic P, Rüegg S, Marsch S, Gut SS, Sutter R. Automated quantitative pupillometry in the critically ill: a systematic review of the literature. Neurology. 2021;97(6):e629-e642.
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Shirozu K, Setoguchi H, Tokuda K, et al. The effects of anesthetic agents on pupillary function during general anesthesia using the automated infrared quantitative pupillometer. J Clin Monit Comput. 2017;31(2):291-296.
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Oddo M, Sandroni C, Citerio G, et al. Quantitative versus standard pupillary light reflex for early prognostication in comatose cardiac arrest patients: an international prospective multicenter double-blinded study. Intensive Care Med. 2018;44(12):2102-2111.

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Neurology®
Volume 97Number 24December 14, 2021
Pages: 1138-1139
PubMed: 34903616

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Published online: December 13, 2021
Published in print: December 14, 2021

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Fabio S. Taccone
Giuseppe Citerio

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