Genqiang Lang

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The influence of small-volume resuscitation (hypertonic saline-10% hydroxyethyl starch, HS/HES) on liver microcirculation (intravital fluorescence microscopy) was studied in a nonheparinized hemorrhagic shock model [mean arterial pressure (MAP) 40 mmHg for 1 h] in rats. Resuscitation was performed with Ringer lactate (RL, 4-fold shed volume/20 min; n = 7),(More)
INTRODUCTION Shock induced microcirculatory failure is proposed to be causative for the impairment of hepatic function, which contributes to the development of multiple organ failure. In order to quantify the interrelation between hepatic microcirculatory disturbances and organ dysfunction, we have analyzed hepatic microcirculation (in vivo microscopy),(More)
BACKGROUND/AIM The present in vivo study investigated the impact of a monoclonal antibody directed against the intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (ICAM-1) on initial microvascular reperfusion injury after liver transplantation. METHODS Orthotopic, syngeneic liver transplantation including arterial reconstruction was performed in male Lewis rats after 24 h(More)
A human intercostal nerve has about 10,000 myelinated nerve fibres, of which about 1000 to 2000 are motor. At about the axillary line the nervus intercostalis splits into the ramus cutaneous lateralis and a deep branch to the musculus rectus abdominis and other muscles. The ramus cutaneous lateralis consists of 2 skin branches of about 3000 nerve fibres and(More)
Mean nerve root diameters of thoracal, lumbal and sacral roots have been determined and the corresponding cross section areas calculated. The myelinated axons of these roots have been counted and the axon densities calculated. The myelinated axons of 3 lower intercostal nerves have also been counted. One intercostal nerve has with about 9,000 myelinated(More)
The purpose of the study was to evaluate the efficacy of circumcision combined with antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, and α-blocker therapy for the treatment for chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS). Subjects assigned to the circumcision group were given antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, and α-blocker medications and scheduled for surgery(More)
The method of recording single unit potentials with wire electrodes in animals has been applied to humans. Using two pairs of special electrodes it was possible to record extracellular single unit potentials at two different places in nerve root filaments in the spinal canal with the dura open and to determine conduction velocities. This method may be used(More)