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Six patients were examined in the acute stage of spinal cord injury, between 11 h and 12 days posttrauma. Quadripolar epidural electrodes were positioned either percutaneously using a Tuohy needle or directly into the epidural space during surgical intervention. These electrodes were combined...
The vasopressor response (Cushing) in patients with high intracranial pressure (ICP) has been thought to be a result of lower brainstem dysfunction. This study was carried out to study the effect of stimulation of the reticular formation of the medulla oblongata on ICP and cerebral blood volume...
Most investigations of calcium antagonists as treatments for experimental spinal cord injury (SCI) have not demonstrated significant reduction of tissue damage or improvement in neurologic outcome. Many of these studies were prompted by reports that these agents increase blood flow to ischemic...
Pharmacologic inhibition of excitatory amino acid (EAA) neurotransmission attenuates cell death in models of global and focal ischemia and hypoglycemia and improves neurologic outcome after experimental traumatic spinal cord injury. The present study examined the effects of the noncompetitive N...
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