[Disorder and restoration of the microcirculation in the brain of rats under deep hypothermia].

Abstract

Sharp deceleration of the brain microcirculation in deep hypothermia (up to 16-18 degrees C in the rectum) is due to no irreversible alterations in the microcirculation system. Physiological controlling mechanisms of this function are preserved and help to restore the velocity of the capillary blood flow in the course of warming up of the animal.

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@article{Ivanov1996DisorderAR, title={[Disorder and restoration of the microcirculation in the brain of rats under deep hypothermia].}, author={Kantcho P. Ivanov and Iu I Levkovich and S V Moskovskaia and N. A. Mal'tsev}, journal={Fiziologicheskii zhurnal imeni I.M. Sechenova}, year={1996}, volume={82 4}, pages={86-92} }