Pathophysiology and the Monitoring Methods for Cardiac Arrest Associated Brain Injury

Abstract

Cardiac arrest (CA) is a well-known cause of global brain ischemia. After CA and subsequent loss of consciousness, oxygen tension starts to decline and leads to a series of cellular changes that will lead to cellular death, if not reversed immediately, with brain edema as a result. The electroencephalographic activity starts to change as well. Although… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/ijms18010129

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