Hulya Bayır

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) leads to changes in ion fluxes, alterations in mitochondrial function, and increased generation of reactive oxygen species, resulting in secondary tissue damage. Mitochondria play important signaling roles in coordination of multiple metabolic platforms in addition to their well-known role in bioenergetics. Mitochondrial(More)
Background—Optimization of cerebral oxygenation after pediatric cardiac arrest (CA) may reduce neurological damage associated with the post-CA syndrome. We hypothesized that important alterations in regional partial pressure of brain tissue oxygen (PbO 2) occur after resuscitation from CA and that clinically relevant interventions such as hyperoxia and(More)
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