Hypoxaemic reperfusion ameliorates the histopathological changes in the pig brain after a severe global cerebral ischaemic insult.
- Published Article
Intensive care medicine
- Publication Date
May 01, 2001
Hypoxaemic reperfusion during resuscitation from a severe global ischaemic cerebral insult is associated with statistically significantly fewer histopathological changes of the brain than in controls. This is associated with a superior neurological outcome.
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