Drug Gekoton in acute ischemic stroke and associated trauma, accompanied by severe brain damage
Keywords:concomitant injury, ischemic stroke, HAES, Gecoton
AbstractThe effect of new combined polyelectrolyte colloidal hyperosmolar solution — Gekoton on plasma osmolarity, central and cerebral hemodynamics in patients with acute ischemic stroke and concomitant injury were studied. The results of clinical laboratory and instrumental tests shown that Gekoton use improved central and cerebral hemodynamics and did not cause significant changes of plasma osmolality.
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