Jason J Bryowsky

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A 17-day-old infant who was delivered 8 weeks premature underwent small bowel resection for necrotizing enterocolitis. During treatment with continuous infusions of furosemide and hydrocortisone, his total calcium concentration had increased. The calcium dose in his parenteral nutrition solution was decreased and then finally withheld. At 7 weeks of age and(More)
Current evidence suggests that nitric oxide (NO) and vasodilating prostanoids, possibly via the actions of cGMP and cAMP, play permissive roles in hypercapnic cerebral vasodilation. The present study examined whether cGMP and cAMP have obligatory functions in hypercapnia. Using a closed cranial window in adult rats, we measured pial arteriolar diameters and(More)
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