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The basic study of noninvasive detecting the ischemic/hypoxic cerebral injury

, : The basic study of noninvasive detecting the ischemic/hypoxic cerebral injury. Sheng Wu Yi Xue Gong Cheng Xue Za Zhi 16(2): 192-7, 217

The cerebrovacular diseases are important causes of mortality and disability in the world, and with the development of science and technology, many mission-oriented basic researches are aimed at the ischemic/hypoxic brain injury. This paper introduces some progress made in our research in this field, which includes: the animal experiment model of brain injury; the technique to efficiently extract evoked potentials from electroencephalogram; and the identification of the characteristic information of brain injury.


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