Robert Korell

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While progressive neurocognitive impairments are associated with aging and Alzheimer's disease (AD), cortical reorganization might delay difficulties in effortful word retrieval, which represent one of the earliest cognitive signs of AD. Using functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS), we investigated cortical hemodynamic responses elicited by(More)
Hypertonic saline with or without colloidal solution has been successfully used for treating hemorrhagic shock in animal experiments and clinical studies. Due to its various effects at systemic, organ, and microcirculatory levels, the substance appears to be a promising candidate for improving tissue oxygenation in sepsis. We therefore investigated the(More)
BACKGROUND Aging processes and several vascular burden factors have been shown to increase the risk of dementia including Alzheimer's disease. While pathological alterations in dementia precede diagnosis by many years, reorganization of brain processing might temporarily delay cognitive decline. We hypothesized that in healthy elderly individuals both(More)
The use of small volumes of hypertonic saline (HTS) 7.2-7.5% (small volume resuscitation) in combination with colloidal solutions has been proved to be of value in stabilizing oxygen transport in hemorrhagic shock. The specific effects of HTS lead to an improvement in tissue oxygenation by increasing the cardiac preload, decreasing the afterload and(More)
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