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Brain homeostasis in acute phase of ischaemic stroke

Roman Mazur, Małgorzata Świerkocka, Grzegorz Osiński, Robert Princ
Udar Mózgu. Problemy Interdyscyplinarne 2010;12(1-2):27-35.

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Vol 12, No 1-2 (2010)
Prace poglądowe
Published online: 2011-07-05

Abstract

Acute phase of stroke is always characterized by rapid changes of brain homeostasis. The main cause of fluctuations is the lack of energy — brain energetic deficiency in the course of cerebral ischaemia. The degree of the disturbances of brain homeostasis is influenced by the cardiovascular insufficiency, changes in metabolic cycles (glucose, lipids and proteins), water and electrolytes balance. The area if ischaemia influences brain homeostasis as well; it can be proved clinically by the
Whole Body Motorics Groups changes. Understanding the brainstem homeostatic system and its correlations with brainstem breath regulating system, according to the authors, could be based on the data coming from the observation of deregulations of breath rhythms with brain spirography. The analysis and visualization of spirograms require non-linear methods. These methods enable precise approach to show dynamic characteristics of the rhythms and objective parameters of brain homeostasis changes. The aim of the study was to understand mechanisms underlying the brain homeostasis better.
Hopefully, the better understanding connected with careful monitoring could influence the quality of treatment and the outcome in stroke patients.
Interdisciplinary Problems of Stroke 2010; 12 (1–2): 27–35

Abstract

Acute phase of stroke is always characterized by rapid changes of brain homeostasis. The main cause of fluctuations is the lack of energy — brain energetic deficiency in the course of cerebral ischaemia. The degree of the disturbances of brain homeostasis is influenced by the cardiovascular insufficiency, changes in metabolic cycles (glucose, lipids and proteins), water and electrolytes balance. The area if ischaemia influences brain homeostasis as well; it can be proved clinically by the
Whole Body Motorics Groups changes. Understanding the brainstem homeostatic system and its correlations with brainstem breath regulating system, according to the authors, could be based on the data coming from the observation of deregulations of breath rhythms with brain spirography. The analysis and visualization of spirograms require non-linear methods. These methods enable precise approach to show dynamic characteristics of the rhythms and objective parameters of brain homeostasis changes. The aim of the study was to understand mechanisms underlying the brain homeostasis better.
Hopefully, the better understanding connected with careful monitoring could influence the quality of treatment and the outcome in stroke patients.
Interdisciplinary Problems of Stroke 2010; 12 (1–2): 27–35
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Keywords

stroke; brain homeostasis; brain spirography

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Title

Brain homeostasis in acute phase of ischaemic stroke

Journal

Interdisciplinary Problems of Stroke

Issue

Vol 12, No 1-2 (2010)

Pages

27-35

Published online

2011-07-05

Bibliographic record

Udar Mózgu. Problemy Interdyscyplinarne 2010;12(1-2):27-35.

Keywords

stroke
brain homeostasis
brain spirography

Authors

Roman Mazur
Małgorzata Świerkocka
Grzegorz Osiński
Robert Princ

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