Neurology for the small animal practitioner by Cheryl L Chrisman; et al

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Smooth muscle cell proliferation and migration can also be seen following balloon catheter angioplasty performed for the correction of vascular narrowing caused by atherosclerosis. Many types of trauma result in arterial intimal thickening: mechanical trauma, chemical trauma, ischaemic injur)' and immune injur)' have all produced arterial intimal thickening. g. PDGF, FGF, IL-1, TGF-0, interferon-y, RANTES) that are released by activated platelets, injured endo­ thelial cells, smooth muscle cells, macrophages and from the extracellular matrix.

Fractious patients, in pain, frequently require sedation or general anaesthesia prior to thorough evaluation of the wound. Sedatives can be used alone or in combination with analgesics, either solely to aid in calming and reducing pain in the trauma patient or as a premedicant prior to proposed general anaesthesia. Of the three major groups of sedatives (phenothiazines, a ; agonists, benzodiazepines), a : agonists are not recommended in trauma patients due to their potentially profound depression of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.

NO. induced via the administration of L-arginine. has also been shown to inhibit arterial smooth muscle proliferation following mechanical (balloon catheter) injury. This is believed to be a direct effect on the medial smooth muscle cells: nitric oxide synthase activity is induced in the rat carotid artery within 24 hours of injury and NO suppresses the proliferation of cultured smooth muscle cells. The production of NO, in large amounts, may inhibit the activation of platelets and neutrophils, the proliferation and activation of T cells, the release of growth factors and the migration and proliferation of smooth muscle cells.

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