Glycerol therapy of experimental cerebral microembolism.

@article{Welch1974GlycerolTO,
  title={Glycerol therapy of experimental cerebral microembolism.},
  author={D M Welch and Rebecca K. Studer and Barry A. Siegel},
  journal={Stroke},
  year={1974},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={439-43}
}
Glycerol Therapy of Experimental Cerebral Microembolism • Glycerol was administered to control rats and to animals with experimental cerebral microembolism as a single intravenous injection (1 gm per kilogram), a single one-hour intravenous infusion (1.5 gm per kilogram), daily one-hour intravenous infusions (1 gm per kilogram), or in multiple oral doses (1 gm per kilogram per four hours). There were no effects of glycerol on the mortality, brain edema or increased brain sodium concentration… CONTINUE READING

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