Transient central cholinergic activation enhances sympathetic nervous system activity but does not improve hemorrhage-induced hypotension in alcohol-intoxicated rodents.

@article{Mathis2009TransientCC,
  title={Transient central cholinergic activation enhances sympathetic nervous system activity but does not improve hemorrhage-induced hypotension in alcohol-intoxicated rodents.},
  author={Keisa W. Mathis and Patricia E Molina},
  journal={Shock},
  year={2009},
  volume={32 4},
  pages={410-5}
}
Morbidity and mortality after traumatic injury and hemorrhagic shock (HS) are exacerbated in the alcohol-intoxicated individual. The level of hypotension at the time of admittance into the emergency department is a critical indicator of outcome from injury. Previously, we have demonstrated that acute alcohol intoxication (AAI) decreases basal mean arterial… CONTINUE READING