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Brain resuscitation.

Abstract
Optimal neurological outcome after cardiac arrest requires careful attention to the details of both intracranial and extracranial homeostasis. A high index of suspicion regarding the potential causes and complications of cardiac arrest facilitates discovery and treatment of problems before they adversely impact upon neurological outcome. The future is bright for resuscitation research since our fundamental understanding of cerebral ischemia and its consequences has dramatically improved. This knowledge can hopefully be transferred to clinical useful modes of therapy.
AuthorsN G Bircher
JournalResuscitation (Resuscitation) Vol. 18 Suppl Pg. S1-11 ( 1989) ISSN: 0300-9572 [Print] IRELAND
PMID2555884 (Publication Type: Journal Article, Review)
Topics
  • Brain (physiology)
  • Heart Arrest (therapy)
  • Humans
  • Resuscitation

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