Publications by: Asger Granfeldt

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Granfeldt, Asger, Letson, Hayley L., Dobson, Geoffrey P., Shi , Wei, Vinten-Johansen, Jakob, and Tønnesen, Else (2014) Adenosine, lidocaine and Mg^2+ improves cardiac and pulmonary function, induces reversible hypotension and exerts anti-inflammatory effects in an endotoxemic porcine model. Critical Care Medicine, 18 (6). pp. 1-19.

Granfeldt, Asger, Letson, Hayley L., Hyldebrandt, Janus A., Wang, Edward R., Salcedo, Pablo A., Nielsen, Torben K., Tønnesen, Else, Vinten-Johansen, Jakob, and Dobson, Geoffrey P. (2014) Small-volume 7.5% NaCI adenosine lidocaine, and Mg2+ has multiple benefits during hypotensive and blood resuscitation in the pig following severe blood loss: rat to pig translation. Critical Care Medicine, 42 (5). e329-e344.

Granfeldt, Asger, Shi, WeiWei, Schmarkey, Susan L., Jiang, Rong, Bone, C. Collin, Cline, J. Mark, Wogensen, Lise, Dobson, Geoffrey P., Tønnesen, Else, and Vinten-Johansen, Jakob (2013) The effects of adenocaine (adenosine and lidocaine) on early post-resuscitation cardiac and neurological dysfunction in a porcine model of cardiac arrest. Resuscitation, 84 (11). pp. 1611-1618.

Granfeldt, Asger, Letson, Hayley L,, Dobson, Geoffrey P., Shi, WeiWei, Vinten-Johansen, Jakob, and Tønnesen, Else (2013) Cardioprotective and anti-inflammatory effects of treatment with adenocaine/mg2+ in a porcine model of endotoxemia. Circulation, 128 (122).

Shi, Weiwei, Jiang, Rong, Dobson, Geoffrey P., Granfeldt, Asger, and Vinten-Johansen, Jakob (2012) The nondepolarizing, normokalemic cardioplegia formulation adenosine-lidocaine (adenocaine) exerts anti-neutrophil effects by synergistic actions of its components. Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, 143 (5). pp. 1167-1175.

Letson, Hayley I., Granfeldt, Asger, Hyldebrandt, Janus, Wang, Edward R., Salcedo , Pablo A., Nielsen, Torben K., Tønnesen, Else K., Vinten-Johansen, Jakob , and Dobson, Geoffrey P. (2012) Abstract 177: Rat to pig translation: small-volume 7.5% NaCl adenocaine/Mg2+ has multiple physiological benefits during hypotensive and blood resuscitation in the porcine model of severe hemorrhagic shock. In: Session IV: Best Original Resuscitation Science Poster Session (126). From: Resuscitation Science Symposium, 3-6 November 2012, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Granfeldt, Asger, Nielsen, Toben K., Sølling, Christoffer, Hyldebrandt, Janus A., Frøkiær, Jørgen, Wogensen, Lise, Dobson, Geoffrey P., Vinten-Johansen, Jakob, and Tønnesen, Else (2012) Adenocaine and Mg2+ reduce fluid requirement to maintain hypotensive resuscitation and improve cardiac and renal function in a porcine model of severe hemorrhagic shock. Critical Care Medicine, 40 (11). pp. 3013-3025.

Granfeldt, Asger, Letson, Hayley L., Hyldebrandt, Janus A, Wang, Edward R., Salcedo, Pablo A., Nielsen, Torben K., Tønnesen, Else , Vinten-Johansen, Jakob , and Dobson, Geoffrey P. (2012) Small-volume 7.5% NaCl adenocaine/Mg2+ preserves cardiac function during hypotensive resuscitation in the pig following severe hemorrhagic shock. In: Session III: Best of the Best Oral Abstract Presentations (126). From: Resuscitation Science Symposium, 3-6 November 2012, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Granfeldt, Asger, Nielsen, Torben Kær, Sølling, Christoffer, Dobson, Geoffrey P., Wogensen, Lise, Vinten-Johansen, Jakob, and Tønnesen, Else (2011) Resuscitation with adenocaine and magnesium reduces fluid requirement and improves cardiac function following 72% blood loss in the pig. Circulation, 124 (21 Supplement). p. 1.

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