The relationship of hemodynamic parameters to neurologic outcome from cardiac arrest in the animal model

@inproceedings{Brillman1985TheRO,
  title={The relationship of hemodynamic parameters to neurologic outcome from cardiac arrest in the animal model},
  author={Jc Brillman and Arthur Barry Sanders and Charles Wesley Otto and Hisham Fahmy and James D. Willson and Gordon A Ewy},
  year={1985}
}
IV line. All animals were instrumented for cerebral blood flow (CBF} measurements using radioactively labeled tracer microspheres. Baseline measurements were made during normal sinus rhythm (NSR). Ventricular fibrillation (VF) then was induced. Following 10 minutes of VF, CPR was begun with a pneumatic compressor (Michigan Instruments, Inc). CBF was measured during CPR. At the end of 3 minutes of CPR, E was administered. One minu te after E adminis t ra t ion CBF was measured again. A Wilcoxon… CONTINUE READING

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