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Mild hypothermia after cardiac arrest in dogs does not affect postarrest multifocal cerebral hypoperfusion

Stroke; a Journal of Cerebral Circulation

Oct 1, 1993

Kumiko OkuS William Stezoski

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Although mild resuscitative hypothermia (34 degrees C) immediately after cardiac arrest improves neurological outcome in dogs, its effects on cerebral blood flow and metabolism are unknown. We used stable xenon-enhanced computed tomography to study local, regional, and global cerebral b...read more

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  • Mild hypothermia after cardiac arrest in dogs does not affect postarrest multifocal cerebral hypoperfusion

    Stroke; a Journal of Cerebral Circulation

    Oct 1, 1993

    Kumiko OkuS William Stezoski

    PMID: 8378966

    DOI: 10.1161/01.str.24.10.1590

    Abstract

    Although mild resuscitative hypothermia (34 degrees C) immediately after cardiac arrest improves neurological outcome in dogs, its effects on cerebral blood flow and metabolism are unknown. We used stable xenon-enhanced computed tomography to study local, regional, and global cerebral b...read more

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