Heracles Dellagrammaticas

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In babies of very low birth weight (less than 1500 g) we studied the effect of head up tilting on oxygenation, respiratory rate, heart rate and blood pressure (n = 23), on gastric emptying (n = 10), and on weight gain (n = 6). Head up tilting to 45 degrees achieved the best oxygenation at the angles studied, and decreased the respiratory and heart rates;(More)
OBJECTIVE The medial olivocochlear bundle, forms a neural pathway connecting the superior olivary complex to the outer hair cells of mainly the contralateral cochlea. Although the biological significance of the bundle remains ambiguous, it is clear that activation of medial olivocochlear fibers alters cochlear output and this can be experimentally evident(More)
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