Blood pressure management and the brain
276- Is hypotension or tissue oxygenation responsible for morbidity and mortality following cardiopulmonary bypass? (Letter to the editor – Refers to a paper by Ono et al.) – Brassard
277- Is hypotension or tissue oxygenation responsible for morbidity and mortality following cardiopulmonary bypass? (Response to the letter to the editor) – Ono et al.
Sympathetic nervous activity and the brain
278- Cerebral autoregulation is minimally influenced by the superior cervical ganglion in two- week-old lambs, and absent in preterm lambs immediately following delivery – Czynski et al.
Neuraxial anesthesia and the brain
279- The Effect of Neuraxial Anesthesia on Maternal Cerebral Hemodynamics – Postma et al.
280- Brain vascular and hydrodynamic physiology – Tasker
Moyamoya disease and the brain
281- Cerebrovascular autoregulation in pediatric moyamoya disease – Lee et al.
Diabetes and the brain
282- Altered Spontaneous Brain Activity in Type 2 Diabetes: A Resting-State Functional MRI Study – Cui et al.
Aging and the brain
283- Assessment of dynamic cerebral autoregulation and cerebrovascular CO2 reactivity in aging by measurements of cerebral blood flow and cortical oxygenation – Oudegeest-Sander et al.
Altitude and the brain
284- AltitudeOmics: Enhanced cerebrovascular reactivity and ventilatory response to CO2 with high altitude acclimatisation and re-exposure Fan et al.
Vasopressors and the brain
269- Influence of norepinephrine and phenylephrine on frontal lobe oxygenation during cardiopulmonary bypass in patients with diabetes – Brassard et al.
Anti-hypertensive therapy and the brain
270- Bradykinin antagonist counteracts the acute effect of both angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibition and of angiotensin receptor blockade on the lower limit of autoregulation of cerebral blood flow – Sigurdsson et al.
271- Antihypertensive therapy and cerebral hemodynamics in executive mild cognitive impairment: results of a pilot randomized clinical trial – Hajjar et al.
Mechanical ventilation and the brain
272- Brain-lung crosstalk in critical care: how protective mechanical ventilation can affect the brain homeostasis – Mazzeo et al.
Intracerebral hemorrhage and the brain
273- Dynamic cerebral autoregulation in acute intracerebral hemorrhage – Oeinck et al.
Hypoxia and the brain
274- Dynamic cerebral autoregulation during and following acute hypoxia: role of carbon dioxide – Querido et al.
Altitude and the brain
275- Conduit artery structure and function in lowlanders and native highlanders: relationships with oxidative stress and role of sympathoexcitation – Lewis et al.
Obesity and the brain
264- Elevated resting heart rate and reduced orthostatic tolerance in obese humans – Lee et al.
Cardiac function and the brain
265- Relationship between cardiac function and resting cerebral blood flow: MRI measurements in healthy elderly subjects – Henriksen et al.
Left ventricular device and the brain
266- Cerebral near-infrared spectroscopy in perioperative management of left ventricular assist device and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation patients – Maldonado et al.
Hypoxia and the brain
267- Effect of end-tidal CO2 clamping on cerebrovascular function, oxygenation, and performance during 15-km time trial cycling in severe normobaric hypoxia: the role of cerebral O2 delivery – Fan et al.
Exercise and the brain
268- Changes in cerebral blood flow during steady-state cycling exercise: a study using oxygen-15-labeled water with PET – Hiura et al.
Please be sure to attend the 1st Okanagan Cardiovascular and Respiratory Symposium being held by the Centre for Heart, Lung and Vascular Health in Silver Star ski resort, British Columbia, Canada, on March 20th to 22nd 2014 !
This new symposium is a small conference (to be held biennially) which will cover a wide range of research in human cardio-respiratory and vascular (including cerebrovascular 🙂 ) physiology.
Keynote speakers will be:
- Peter Raven (University of North Texas Health Science Center)
- Frank Dinenno (Colorado State University)
- Bill Milsom (University of British Columbia).
Scientific Session speakers will be:
- Damian Bailey (University of Glamorgan)
- Mark Haykowsky (University of Alberta)
- Darren DeLorey (University of Alberta)
- Mike Koehle (University of British Columbia)
- Andy Lovering (University of Oregon)
- Caroline Rickards (University of North Texas Health Science Center)
Have a look at the preliminary program for more details !