L Sh Gobechiia

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The aim of this study was to examine effects of i.p. injected Fentanyl (0.005 mg/kg) and Morphine (1 mg/kg) on local cerebral blood flow (ICBF) and tissue pO2 level in frontal-parietal area of the cortex and nucleus accumbens of the rat's brain. Either fentanyl or morphine injection resulted in significant increase of local blood flow in the n.accumbens and(More)
In chronic experiments on cats it has been found by recording of the brain local blood flow (BLBF) and of oxygen tension (pO2) in the posterior and anterior hypothalamus, that at sleep phases alternation, the changes of these parameters are differently directed: during the paradoxical sleep the level of BLBF and pO2 oscillations frequency increased in the(More)
In wakefulness and paradoxical sleep, fast waves prevailed in the PO2 oscillations in the posterior hypothalamus whereas in slow wave sleep fast oscillations of PO2 prevailed in the anterior hypothalamus and preoptic area. These shifts of the PO2 during wakefulness and PS seem to reflect an enhancement of the functional activity of the posterior(More)
Recording of the PO2 dynamics in the hippocampus and sensorimotor cortex revealed that the level of PO2 changes rather easily and dramatically depending on emotional tension of the organism during different phases of sleep and wakefulness and being, probably, related to the functional shifts occurring in these structures. On the basis of the percentage of(More)
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