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research-article | 30-November-2019

Panagrolaimus superbus tolerates hypoxia within Gallium metal cage: implications for the understanding of the phenomenon of anhydrobiosis

confinement in Ga-rich due to metal toxicity, hypoxia, and/or food shortage, resulting in natural death by starvation. Conversely, desiccated worms that were kept in exposure to external moisture in the absence of Ga (i.e. group NC2) gradually rehydrated, and thus were challenged by food shortages. On the other hand, the NC1 group remained desiccated in a Ga-free dry condition (10% RH) and kept in suspended animation ensuring a high survival rate, which is expected since Panagrolaimus sp. are able to

Danyel Fernandes Contiliani, Yasmin de Araújo Ribeiro, Vitor Nolasco de Moraes, Tiago Campos Pereira

Journal of Nematology, Volume 52 , 1–6

Review Paper | 22-February-2013

Sudden Unexpected Death In Epilepsy (SUDEP) – an update

and risk of SUDEP are identified and proposed to use in its prevention: heart rate variability, long and short QT, arrhythmias, asystole, oxygen desaturation, apneas, hypoxia, postictal EEG suppression, circadian seizure pattern. Conclusions. Risk factors for SUDEP, AEDs effects, non-AED management of preventive options and forensic autopsy in diagnosis of SUDEP are discussed. Periictal long term video EEG, ECG and oxygen saturation monitoring may contribute to better understanding of SUDEP

Jerzy Majkowski

Journal of Epileptology, Volume 21 , ISSUE 1, 37–54

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