They cover cerebral circulation and hypotension and intraventricular hemorrhage and white matter injury in the premature infant, posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus management, the use of hypothermia to provide neuroprotection for hypoxic-ischemic brain injury, management of neonatal encephalopathy following intrapartum hypoxia-ischemia, perinatal stroke, neonatal seizures, glucose and brain injury, hyperbilirubinemia, meningitis, hypotonia and muscular disorders, the role of MRI in infants at risk for brain injury, and long-term follow-up for those with very low birth weight.
What does H/I stand for?
H/I stands for Hypoxia-Ischemia (brain disorder)
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We believe this new template may be important because it's showing different mechanisms of action-different ways to interact with neurons, possibly with a good therapeutic effect for such diseases as epilepsy, hypoxia-ischemia and several neurodegenerative disorders," said Alban Pereira, a postdoctoral researcher in Scripps' CMBB.
Among the topics are multiple roles of voltage-gated sodium channels in the pathophysiology of pain, roles of unique mitochondrial ion channels in synaptic transmission and programmed cell death, the effect of hypoxia-ischemia on voltage-dependent channels, the regulation of neuronal ion channels by G-protein-coupled receptors in sympathetic neurons, neuronal Kv7 potassium channels as emerging targets for treating pain, and high-throughput screening technologies in ion channel drug discovery.
00 Hardcover RC388 Twenty-eight international academics, researchers, and practitioners contribute nine chapters on recent and significant research on brain hypoxia-ischemia.
Effects of the 21-amino steroid tirilazad mesylate (U-74006F) on brain damage and edema after perinatal hypoxia-ischemia in the rat.