Gaifeng Ma

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Sepsis is a major healthcare concern, especially in the elderly population. The use of an animal model closely resembling clinical conditions in this population may provide a better prediction in translating bench studies to the bedside. Ghrelin inhibits sympathetic nerve activity and inflammation in young septic animals; however, aged animals become(More)
Sepsis is a leading cause of mortality in intensive care units, and is more common in the geriatric population. The control of hyperinflammation has been suggested as a therapeutic approach in sepsis, but to date clinical trials utilizing this strategy have not lead to an effective treatment. In addition to hyperinflammation, patients with sepsis often(More)
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