Allopregnanolone and its precursor progesterone do not reduce injury after experimental stroke in hypertensive rats - role of postoperative temperature regulation?
Autoregulation monitoring and outcome prediction in neurocritical care patients: does one index fit all?
- Ferrara, Fabienne, Zeisig, Vilia, Pietsch, Sören, Rütten, Rita, Dreyer, Antje Y., Pieper, Laura, Schatzl, Ann-Kathrin, McLeod, Damian D., Barthel, Henryk, Boltze, Johannes, Schrödl, Wieland, Nitzsche, Björn
Immunosuppression for in vivo research: State-of-The-Art protocols and experimental approaches
Intracranial pressure and collateral blood flow
Intracranial pressure elevation 24 h after ischemic stroke in aged rats is prevented by early, short hypothermia treatment
Intracranial pressure elevation after ischemic stroke in rats: cerebral edema is not the only cause, and short-duration mild hypothermia is a highly effective preventive therapy
Intracranial pressure elevation reduces flow through collateral vessels and the penetrating arterioles they supply. A possible explanation for 'collateral failure' and infarct expansion after ischemic stroke
Ischemic penumbra as a trigger for intracranial pressure rise: a potential cause for collateral failure and infarct progression?
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