The potential beneficial effect of nicardipine in a rat model of transient forebrain ischemia.

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In a rat 3-day survival model of 10-minute four-vessel occlusion, halothane anesthesia was used to attenuate the ictal blood pressure elevation of the cerebral ischemic response and thereby maintain an isoelectric EEG. Selectively vulnerable regions of the brain were protected by preischemia plus postischemia maintenance treatment with the calcium entry… (More)

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@article{Alps1987ThePB, title={The potential beneficial effect of nicardipine in a rat model of transient forebrain ischemia.}, author={Bob Alps and W. K. Hass}, journal={Neurology}, year={1987}, volume={37 5}, pages={809-14} }