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Long-Term Effects of Brief Hypoxia Due to Cardiac Arrest: Hippocampal Reduction and Memory Deficits (2018)

Stamenova, V., Nicola, R., Aharon-Peretz, J., Goldsher, D., Kapeliovich, M., & Gilboa, A. (2018). Long-term effects of brief hypoxia due to cardiac arrest: Hippocampal reductions and memory deficits. Resuscitation, 126, 65-71.

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The authors wanted to determine how brief hypoxia events from myocardial infarction complicated by cardiac arrest (CA) could affect the cognitive neuronal functions within the brain with structural MRIs. Specifically, they wanted to see how memory re ...

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