Secondary hypotensive insults in a rat forebrain ischemia model.

Abstract

Previous studies have shown that the recently injured brain has an increased sensitivity to subsequent brief episodes of severe ischemia. This investigation was designed to assess whether less severe secondary insults, which alone would be incapable of producing injury, exacerbate brain damage resulting from a primary episode of global ischemia. Rats were… (More)

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@article{Warner1990SecondaryHI, title={Secondary hypotensive insults in a rat forebrain ischemia model.}, author={Don Warner and D K Reasoner and M. Todd and A McAllister}, journal={Brain research}, year={1990}, volume={536 1-2}, pages={176-82} }