The prognostic and therapeutic importance of changes in the CSF during the acute stage of brain injury
This research deals with the gaseous and biochemical changes in the cerebrospinal fluid and their effects on the cerebral blood flow and metabolic rates in the acute stage of brain injury. The results have shown that the lactacidosis in the CSF is of importance for prognosis and therapy, because of its central position in the course of pathophysiological mechanisms after a traumatic brain injury. Thus the lactate concentration in the CSF does give early information about the further clinical course. CSF acidosis itself can be influenced in a favourable way by intrathecal therapy with sodium bicarbonate.
Distribution of bicarbonate between blood and cerebrospinal fluid in the neonatal rat in metabolic acidosis and alkalosis
Preservatives in food. A commentary on the report of the Governmental Food Additives and Contaminants Committee on the Review of the Preservatives in Food Regulations, 1962
Metabolism of glutamine by the intact functioning kidney of the dog. Studies in metabolic acidosis and alkalosis
The acid-base balance and oxygen tension of the cerebrospinal fluid, and their implications for the treatment of patients with brain lesions
Clinical investigations on interrelations between intracranial pressure and intracranial hemodynamics
Effects of increased intracranial pressure on cerebral blood flow and on cerebral venous pO2, pCO2, pH, lactate and pyruvate in dogs
Studies on the respiratory response to disturbances of acid-base balance, with deductions concerning the ionic composition of cerebral interstitial fluid
Chemosensitivity of the respiratory center; influence of CO2 in the cerebral ventricles on respiration
Chemosensitivity of the respiratory center influence of changes in the H+ and total buffer concentrations in the cerebral ventricles on respiration
A Micro method for determination of pH, carbon dioxide tension, base excess and standard bicarbonate in capillary blood
Regional cerebral cortical metabolic rate of oxygen and carbon dioxide, related to the EEG in the anesthetized dog
Carbon dioxide and oxygen partial pressure measurements in the cerebrospinal fluid in a conventional blood gas analyzer: analysis of bias and precision
Experimental brain injury: successful therapy with the weak base, tromethamine. With an overview of CNS acidosis
Cerebral blood flow and metabolism in comatose patients with acute head injury. Relationship to intracranial hypertension
Plasma and cerebrospinal fluid free amino acid concentration in post-traumatic cerebral oedema in patients with shock
Monthly deposition of cadmium in rural and industrial areas of Germany (Bayern, Pfalz, Ruhr district) and its influences upon an agricultural model system
Control of carbon dioxide levels during neuroanaesthesia: current practice and an appraisal of our reliance upon capnography
CSF & Lymphatic System
This feed focuses on Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF) and the lymphatic system. Discover the latest papers using imaging techniques to track CSF outflow into the lymphatic system in animal models.
Brain Injury & Trauma
brain injury after impact to the head is due to both immediate mechanical effects and delayed responses of neural tissues.