Jordana Jackson

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Rats in a runway avoidance task responded to a test shock probe with a period of immobility lasting from 2 to 6s. The shock avoidance-trained group displayed hippocampal theta during the immobility response. The inescapable shock group, in contrast, displayed large amplitude irregular activity (LIA). Following reversal training to escapable shock, all shock(More)
OBJECTIVES We treated the hypothesis that heatstroke is associated with endothelial cell activation/injury and examined the possibility that the markers of endothelial cell activation/injury may be associated with its severity and complications such as disseminated intravascular coagulation, lung injury, and renal dysfunction. DESIGN Prospective analyses.(More)
Propionic acid (PPA) is a dietary short chain fatty acid and a metabolic end-product of enteric bacteria. Intracerebroventricular (ICV) injections of PPA can result in brain and behavioral abnormalities in rats similar to those seen in humans suffering from autism. To evaluate cognition and sensorimotor ability in the PPA model, male Long-Evans hooded rats(More)
The results of this study demonstrate that skeletal muscle perfusion during bypass requires high flows and mean arterial pressures and that use of vasopressors during bypass impairs skeletal muscle blood flow. Our findings also indicate that skeletal muscle perfusion during bypass decreases metabolic acidosis after operation and prevents decreases in body(More)
  • J Jackson
  • Optometry clinics : the official publication of…
  • 1993
Hyphema is a potentially sight-threatening sequela of blunt trauma. Delayed healing time, poor visual outcome, and complications such as corneal blood staining, anterior and posterior synechiae, increased intraocular pressure, and glaucomatous optic atrophy are most often associated with hemorrhage filling more than one half of the anterior chamber.(More)