Cerebrocortical and medullary blood flow changes after general opiate receptor blockade during hemorrhagic shock in cats.

@article{Komjti1997CerebrocorticalAM,
  title={Cerebrocortical and medullary blood flow changes after general opiate receptor blockade during hemorrhagic shock in cats.},
  author={Katalin Komj{\'a}ti and P{\'e}ter S{\'a}ndor and Nikolett S{\'a}ndor and Laszlo A Szirmai and M{\'a}ria H-Velkei and Arisztid G. B. Kov{\'a}ch},
  journal={Shock},
  year={1997},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={288-93}
}
The effect of centrally induced opiate receptor blockade on regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) was studied in anesthetized, ventilated cats during the course of hemorrhagic shock. The blood flow of the medulla and the parietal cortex was measured with the H2-gas clearance technique. Hemorrhagic shock was produced by lowering the systemic mean arterial… CONTINUE READING