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Detoxification with hemabsorption after cardiac arrest does not improve neurologic recovery. Review and outcome study in dogs

Resuscitation

Apr 1, 1993

Fritz R SterzKumiko Oku

PMID: 8493402

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Abstract

We and others hypothesized that noxious substances released after prolonged cardiac arrest from malfunctioning liver, kidneys, or intestine (e.g. bacterial toxins, aromatic amino acids), might hamper recovery of the brain. The highly detoxifying effect of hemabsorption (i.e. hemoperfusi...read more

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Amino Acid [EPC]
Respiration
Physiological Reperfusion
Intestines
Biphasic Intermittent Positive Airway Pressure
Canis familiaris
Blood culture
Metabolic Detoxication, Drug
Entire body as a whole
Metazoa
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  • Detoxification with hemabsorption after cardiac arrest does not improve neurologic recovery. Review and outcome study in dogs

    Resuscitation

    Apr 1, 1993

    Fritz R SterzKumiko Oku

    PMID: 8493402

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    Abstract

    We and others hypothesized that noxious substances released after prolonged cardiac arrest from malfunctioning liver, kidneys, or intestine (e.g. bacterial toxins, aromatic amino acids), might hamper recovery of the brain. The highly detoxifying effect of hemabsorption (i.e. hemoperfusi...read more

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    Amino Acid [EPC]
    Respiration
    Physiological Reperfusion
    Intestines
    Biphasic Intermittent Positive Airway Pressure
    Paper Details
    References
    • References30
    • Citations11
    • References30
    • Citations11
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