Changes in Cerebral Blood Flow and Brain Tissue Oxygen Tension during Normovolemic Hemodilution in Cryogenic Brain Injury of Rabbits

  • Published 2010

Abstract

Fluid replacement after hemorrhage usually results in hemodilution. Hemodilution leads to increased cerebral blood flow, which is known to be beneficial to the outcome of ischemic brain damage. However, the effect of hemodilution may be different in patients with head injuries and increased intracranial pressure (ICP). The aim of this study is to evaluate… (More)

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