Antiedematous effect of the preparation Polyosm in brain ischemia
The effect of the preparation Polyosm (polyethylene oxide 400) on cerebral edema (impedance measurements) and cerebral circulation is studied in brain ischemia caused by ligation of the left common carotid artery and reduction of blood flow through the right common carotid artery to 25% of the original level. The preparation markedly reduces cerebral edema and induces transient improvements in cerebral circulation.
Key Wordscerebral edema brain ischemia polyethylene oxide
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