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The effects of acute reduction in arterial blood pressure in severe anaphylactic shock (AS) on cerebral blood flow are of paramount importance to be investigated. We studied cerebral circulation and oxygenation in a model of severe AS and compared it with a pharmacologically induced arterial hypotension of similar magnitude. Anaphylactic shock was induced(More)
To the Editor: We would like to congratulate Dr. Levy and all coauthors on their experimental study showing that vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) abrogated gut injury and lymph toxicity in trauma and hemorrhagic shock (1). This interesting and important study shows that mechanical VNS reduced gut injury upon combined trauma and hemorrhagic shock. Although VNS(More)
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