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Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

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  • Excess bicarbonate administration during CPR may result in a marked dissociation between arterial and CSF pH as a consequence of rapid CO2 diffusion across the blood-brain barrier [24].
  • We suggest that urine CPR less than 20 micrograms/day is an index of insulin dependency, although in a state of extreme decompensation of B-cells such as in ketoacidosis, urine CPR can be decreased low even in NIDDM [25].
  • The present study was designed to examine the hypothesis that hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis activity as measured by 24-h cortisol production rate (CPR) and plasma levels of free cortisol is linked to increased body fat in adults, and that increased cortisol levels with aging results from increased CPR [26].
  • Simultaneous arterial (aortic), mixed venous (pulmonary artery), and myocardial venous (great cardiac vein) blood gas and lactate concentrations were obtained in 12 dogs before and during cardiac arrest and CPR [27].
  • Conversely, CRF positive neurons appeared in large numbers, some being labeled with WGA, in the caudal periventricular region (CPR), and in the dorsomedial to lateral hypothalamic area (DLH), especially in the latter [28].

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