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There is some evidence that in animal models of acute ischaemic stroke, combinations of neuroprotective agents might be more efficacious than the same agents administered alone. Hence, we developed pragmatic, empirical criteria based on therapeutic target, cost, availability, efficacy, administration, and safety to select drugs for testing in combination in(More)
Human spinal cord injury (SCI) is usually accompanied by persistent cord compression. Experimental data demonstrate that compression of the traumatized cord results in rapid neurological decline over hours. Undertaking decompression in humans within this time frame has proved impractical, with the time to surgery in studies of urgent decompression averaging(More)
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