The contribution of chemoreceptor-network injury to the development of respiratory arrest following subarachnoid hemorrhage.

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OBJECTIVE Respiratory arrest following brainstem herniation has been attributed to injuries resulting from compression of the respiratory centers. While it is widely perceived that the chemoreceptor network, consisting of the glossopharyngeal nerve and carotid body (GPN-CB), is essential for the modulation of respiration, its contribution to the development… (More)
DOI: 10.5152/eajm.2010.16

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@article{Aydin2010TheCO, title={The contribution of chemoreceptor-network injury to the development of respiratory arrest following subarachnoid hemorrhage.}, author={Mehmet Dumlu Aydin and Atilla Eroğlu and Atila Turkyilmaz and Ali Fuat Erdem and Hacı Ahmet Alıcı and Nazan Aydin and Sare Sipal Altas and Bunyami Unal}, journal={The Eurasian journal of medicine}, year={2010}, volume={42 2}, pages={47-52} }