Print Email Facebook Twitter Haemodynamic changes in the cerebral circulation of the cat during occlusion of the middle cerebral artery Title Haemodynamic changes in the cerebral circulation of the cat during occlusion of the middle cerebral artery Author Tulleken, C.A.F. van Dieren, A. Mollevanger, W.J. van Eijck, P. Inst. Med. Phys., TNO, Utrecht, Netherlands Publication year 1978 Abstract In a group of 21 cats, the middle cerebral artery pressure (MCAP) was recorded by means of a catheter introduced into the artery at its origin, just distal to the occlusion. The effects of hypertension, hypercapnia, and hypocapnia were studied. In a group of five cats, both middle cerebral arteries (MCA) were catheterized and the pressure was recorded simultaneously on both sides. In another group of five cats, O2 tension measurements were made with the aid of oxygen electrodes in the brain tissue, the occluded MCA, and the common carotid artery. Some of the results obtained in this study are compared with the results of a previous study where monkeys were used as experimental animals. Chemicals/CAS: carbon dioxide, 124-38-9, 58561-67-4; Oxygen, 7782-44-7 Subject Carbon dioxideAnimal experimentBlood and hemopoietic systemBrain blood flowCentral nervous systemMiddle cerebral arteryPeripheral vascular systemAnimalBlood PressureBrain ChemistryBrain IschemiaCatsCerebrovascular CirculationComparative StudyHaplorhiniOxygenRegional Blood FlowSpecies Specificity To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:1609b1b2-a1fc-4a02-bfd2-476bdf4a170f DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/bf01587954 TNO identifier 228433 ISSN 0001-6268 Source Acta Neurochirurgica, 43 (3-4), 183-191 Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.