A CHILD WHO IS DISABLE NOW BECAUSE OF BRAIN HYPOXIA , CAN BECOME NORMAL, HOW? is there any treatment?



Answer:
Here is a news article, you might be interested in
August 2006
Oxygen Deprived Brains Repaired And Saved

Science Daily — Scientists from Melbourne's Howard Florey Institute have found special proteins that protect the brain after it has been damaged by a lack of oxygen, which occurs in conditions such as stroke, perinatal asphyxia, near-drowning and traumatic brain injury.


Dr Nicole Jones and her team discovered that during oxygen deprivation, or 'hypoxia', these proteins (HIF1 and PHD2) increase.

These proteins regulate processes like the production of red blood cells and new blood vessels, and the flow of glucose to the brain. Therefore they are involved in preventing further brain damage and repairing damage caused by the initial injury.

This discovery takes the Howard Florey Institute's scientists closer to developing preventative and regenerative treatments for brain damage caused by hypoxia.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/200...

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