Ch Zauner

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BACKGROUND Hypoxic-ischaemic brain damage in cardiac arrest survivors is global, but postmortem histology could identify parts of the brain that are selectively vulnerable to ischaemia, comprising the thalamus and cortex. We hypothesized that hypoxic-ischaemic brain damage increases along the afferent sensory pathway with a stepwise decrease of detectable(More)
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