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Cerebral resuscitation from cardiac arrest: pathophysiologic mechanisms

Critical Care Medicine

Feb 1, 1996

P VaagenesY Zhou

PMID: 8608707

Abstract

Both the period of total circulatory arrest to the brain and postischemic-anoxic encephalopathy (cerebral postresuscitation syndrome or disease), after normothermic cardiac arrests of between 5 and 20 mins (no-flow), contribute to complex physiologic and chemical derangements. The best ...read more

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Chemical Burns
Tissue Membrane
Angiogenic Process
Blood Vessel
Neurons
Brain
Catecholamines Measurement
Free Radicals
Tumor Angiogenesis
Anoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy
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Cerebral resuscitation from cardiac arrest: pathophysiologic mechanisms

Critical Care Medicine

Feb 1, 1996

P VaagenesY Zhou

PMID: 8608707

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Abstract

Both the period of total circulatory arrest to the brain and postischemic-anoxic encephalopathy (cerebral postresuscitation syndrome or disease), after normothermic cardiac arrests of between 5 and 20 mins (no-flow), contribute to complex physiologic and chemical derangements. The best ...read more

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Neurons
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Free Radicals
Tumor Angiogenesis
Anoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy

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