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oxygen deficiency causing a very strong drive to correct the deficiency

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Cerebral hypoxia is known to be a risk factor for neurodegenerative diseases, and it implicates many pathological disorders in brain including neuron energy depletion, excitotoxicity injury and a great number of free radicals production (1, 2).
Actions of Ginkgo Biloba related to potential utility for the treatment of conditions involving cerebral hypoxia.
These values are important to clinicians because cerebral hypoxia is one of the leading causes of brain injuries and occurs in many surgical and clinical situations.
In these cases, the fatal cerebral hypoxia, or oxygen deprivation, does not result from water occluding the airway but, rather, from a spasm of the larynx.
A medical expert said: "Strangulation starves the brain of oxygen causing cerebral hypoxia.
The official cause of death was given as Cerebral Hypoxia caused by an unassisted breech delivery.
Consultant pathologist Dr Alun Rees gave Mr Barnard's cause of death as focal cerebral necrosis and prolonged cerebral hypoxia.
This clinical trial report, Cerebral Hypoxia Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2012" provides data on the Cerebral Hypoxia clinical trial scenario.
A postmortem revealed he died of cerebral hypoxia due to obstruction of the airwaves.
Diagnostic indications for ICP monitoring include TBI, aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage, ischemic stroke accompanied by significant cerebral edema, brain tumor, neuroinfectious processes, decompensated hydrocephalus, cerebral hypoxia or anoxia producing edema, or Reyes syndrome (Bader & Littlejohns; Dunn, 2002).
In six patients presenting with cerebral hypoxia, average Pbt[O.
head injury, cerebral hypoxia, and stroke (2), and of malignant melanoma (3).
Increased levels of 4-HNE have been identified in many pathologic processes, including Alzheimer's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and cerebral hypoxia.
We also are pleased that the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation has presented a principal article on INVOS cerebral oximetry technology, Detection and Treatment of Cerebral Hypoxia Key to Avoiding Intraoperative Brain Injuries, in its Fall 1999 newsletter, which has a circulation of more than 60,000 anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists and other anesthesia providers," Barrett said.
The study showed that cerebral hypoxia (low brain oxygen) in head-injured patients is common, is associated with poor outcomes and death and can be easily monitored with cerebral oximetry.