Research news: A previous champagne tap reduces the probability of traumatic lumbar puncture in the following procedure

Injeq’s Harri Sievänen has publish new interesting findings about the incidence of traumatic lumbar punctures.

“According to binary logistic regression, a champagne tap in the previous LP procedure significantly determined whether the following procedure was not blood-contaminated.”

Champagne tap, the desired outcome of each procedure, is a lumbar puncture that produces a completely red blood cell – free CSF sample.

The open access journal article is available at: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37949913/

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