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Chapter 2 The central nervous system and carbon monoxide poisoning II Anatomical study of brain lesions following intoxication with carbon mono...
Chapter 3 Neuropathological problems posed by carbon monoxide poisoning and anoxia
Investigations and treatment
Chapter 5 The treatment of carbon monoxide poisoning by administration of oxygen at high atmospheric pressure
Accidental intoxication administered administration of oxygen admission Ammon's horns Ammon’s anoxia anoxic areas arterial pressure bilaterally blood pressure Brucher capillary carbogen carbon dioxide carbon monoxide hypoxia carbon monoxide intoxication carbon monoxide poisoning cells centrum ovale cerebellar cerebellum cerebral cortex circulatory clinical collapse coma comatose compression consciousness convulsion cortical damage decerebrate rigidity decompression deep coma Deep tendon reflexes demyelination diffuse dogs duration elimination experiments gassing globi pallidi globus haemoglobin HbCO HbCO-content headache hemispheres hemorrhagic high atmospheric pressure hippocampus hospitalisation hyperbaric oxygen hypertonicity hypothermia hypoxaemia hypoxia improvement intoxication period Jellinger leptomeninges lesions leucoencephalopathy level of carboxyhaemoglobin Lindenberg Microscopic examination myelin myelinopathy necrosis necrotic neurological neurones normal nuclei º º observed obstruction oedema oxycarbonée painful stimuli patient pCO2 plantar reflexes present pressure chamber proliferation Psychiat pulse recovery respiration resuscitation secondary hypoxia ſº symptoms temperature tissue treatment vascular vasostasis venous voltage white matter