Brain-specific proteins in the cerebrospinal fluid of severely asphyxiated newborn infants.

  title={Brain-specific proteins in the cerebrospinal fluid of severely asphyxiated newborn infants.},
  author={Mats Blennow and Karin S{\"a}vman and Pilvi Ilves and Marianne Thoresen and Lars E. Rosengren},
  journal={Acta paediatrica},
  volume={90 10},
UNLABELLED Upcoming trials of neuroprotective strategies in severely asphyxiated newborn infants emphasize the need for early and objective markers of both good and bad long-term prognosis. Traditional markers such as neurological depression and seizures are not specific. AIM To study whether measurement in the cerebrospinal fluid of some proteins known to be specific to the central nervous system was in covariance with the clinical course and long-term prognosis. METHODS Twenty-two… CONTINUE READING


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