Brain Protection: Morphological, Pathophysiological and Clinical Aspects

Brain Protection: Morphological, Pathophysiological and Clinical Aspects Reader ë K. Wiedemann
  • Brain Protection: Morphological, Pathophysiological and Clinical Aspects
  • Paperback
  • 168
  • K. Wiedemann
  • English
  • 17 December 2017
  • 3642691773

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ë 371DDFACD0 ↠´ Reader î Brain Protection: Morphological, Pathophysiological and Clinical Aspects ↠´ K. Wiedemann 1EA422F49C progres progress has doubtlessly been made in the field of cere bral protection compared to earlier centuries, as recently reviewed by Elisabeth FrostShe cites the recommendations for treat ment of brain trauma by Areteus, a Greek physician of the second century A D He expressed quite modem views with regard to the need for prompt action considering complications that follow even minor symptoms He advised burr holes for evacuation of hema toma in seizures, the use Reader î Brain Protection: Morphological, Pathophysiological and Clinical Aspects ↠´ K.
Wiedemann of diuretics and, most interestingly, also hypothermia German surgeons of the th century had little to offer than prescriptions of which the most effective constituent was alcoholThus, Sir Astley Cooper was probably the next surgeon to make noteworthy contributions when advising the use of leeches to the temporal artery and other means of bleeding in stead of surgical intervention in cases of raised intracranial pressure loc citAlthough our knowledge has greatly expanded during the last two decades, extensive discussions have led to only few conclusions Promising results from animal studies were translated to clinical sit uations only to yield controversial and sometimes confusing results Since the observations of Brierlyon ischemic cell damage, im proved information on structural aspects, probably even related to concomitant biochemical studies, should allow the validity of thera peutic concepts to be verified Investigations on cerebral ischemia have led to the differentiation of synaptic transmission failure and membrane failure

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