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A PROTOCOL FOR THE ISCHEMIC STROKE IN PATIENTS TO BE TREATED WITH MAJOR OZONATED AUTOHEMOTHERAPY

@inproceedings{BocciAPF,
  title={A PROTOCOL FOR THE ISCHEMIC STROKE IN PATIENTS TO BE TREATED WITH MAJOR OZONATED AUTOHEMOTHERAPY},
  author={Velio Alvaro Bocci}
}
Embolism of a cerebral artery is often the conse quence of atrial fibrillation as well as of atherosclerotic lesions with hypertension and with or without diabetes. Immediately after the embolus has blocked the arterial circulation, the i schemic stroke follows with progressive hypoxia of the nervous system. The typical patient loses 1. 9 million neurons for each minute in which stroke is untreated. Thus the earlier, the better and idea lly therapy should begin within 90 minutes of stroke onset… 

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