Local changes of intra-cerebral blood flow and oxygen in humans

@article{Cooper1963LocalCO,
  title={Local changes of intra-cerebral blood flow and oxygen in humans},
  author={Rusell Cooper},
  journal={Medical electronics and biological engineering},
  year={1963},
  volume={1},
  pages={529-536}
}
Gold electrodes chronically implanted in human cerebral tissue for investigation of epilepsy and treatment of psychiatric illness (Crowet al., 1961) are also used polarographically for the measurement of oxygen. Without change of surgical technique micro-thermistors are introduced with the electrodes and simultaneous measurements of blood flow and oxygen availability (O2a) taken. These recordings show that in most cases the O2a varies in accordance with the acceleration and not the velocity of… CONTINUE READING

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