Memory-enhancing treatments reverse the impairment of inhibitory avoidance retention in sepsis-surviving rats

@article{Tuon2008MemoryenhancingTR,
  title={Memory-enhancing treatments reverse the impairment of inhibitory avoidance retention in sepsis-surviving rats},
  author={Lisiane Generoso Bitencort Tuon and Clarissa Martinelli Comim and Fabricia Petronilho and Tatiana Barichello and Ivan A. Izquierdo and Jo{\~a}o Quevedo and Felipe Dal-Pizzol},
  journal={Critical Care},
  year={2008},
  volume={12},
  pages={R133 - R133}
}
INTRODUCTION Survivors from sepsis have presented with long-term cognitive impairment, including alterations in memory, attention, concentration, and global loss of cognitive function. Thus, we evaluated the effects of memory enhancers in sepsis-surviving rats. METHODS The rats underwent cecal ligation and perforation (CLP) (sepsis group) with 'basic support' (saline at 50 mL/kg immediately and 12 hours after CLP plus ceftriaxone at 30 mg/kg and clindamycin at 25 mg/kg 6, 12, and 18 hours… CONTINUE READING

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