[Protective effect on the brain of ion-blockers in experimental head injury].


It has been known that various derangements in ionic homeostasis develop following neural trauma. In particular, potassium efflux out of and calcium influx into the cells are thought to play important roles in causing cell damage. Concomitantly we have previously reported that increased extracellular potassium per se provoked by head injury induces… (More)


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