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oxygen deficiency causing a very strong drive to correct the deficiency

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Just 2 kgs of compression of the Jugular veins can bring about cerebral hypoxia, resulting in loss of consciousness.
Visual defects in children after cerebral hypoxia. Behav Brain Res.
reported that apnea associated with an ALTE resulted in severe cerebral hypoxia, brain swelling, and intracranial hemorrhage.
Lactic acidosis and recovery of neuronal function following cerebral hypoxia in vitro.
Cerebral hypoxia, neurodegenerative disease and epileptic syndromes represent the main underlying causes (4).
Cerebral hypoxia has been proposed as the main cause of vasogenic cerebral edema in DKA (9).
HCA has been found to cause permanent or temporary neurologic dysfunction through embolytic events or cerebral hypoxia. Perfusion in some form during the procedure has been used to minimize the occurrence of temporary or permanent neurologic dysfunction.
Background & objectives: Cerebral hypoxia is known to be involved in many neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and cerebrovascular dementia.
The choking game involves intentionally choking oneself with an apparatus such as a noose, or choking another by hand in an effort to obtain a brief euphoric state or high caused by cerebral hypoxia.
The patient had a history of brain damage secondary to cardiac arrest that had resulted in a prolonged episode of cerebral hypoxia and ischemia and subsequent encephalopathy 4 years earlier; the cardiac arrest had occurred following an emergency appendectomy.
The choking game involves intentionally choking oneself with an apparatus such as a noose, or choking another by hand ha an effort to obtain a brief euphoric state or high caused by cerebral hypoxia. Serious neurologic injury or death can result if strangulation is prolonged.
Actions of Ginkgo Biloba related to potential utility for the treatment of conditions involving cerebral hypoxia. Life Sci.
The activin A concentration in the brain increases in vitro after several cerebral injuries (4), and increased activin A secretion in vivo has been associated with cerebral hypoxia (10, 17), intraventricular hemorrhage (12), and hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (10).
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.
In six patients presenting with cerebral hypoxia, average Pbt[O.sub.2] was 10.4 mm Hg before treatment with nicardipine, a specific arterial dilator.