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Safeguarding Cognitive Function: Propofol's Neuroprotective Role in Aging Mice Undergoing Surgery

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Safeguarding Cognitive Function: Propofol's Neuroprotective Role in Aging Mice Undergoing Surgery

Explore the protective impact of long-term propofol use on surgery-induced cognitive decline in aged mice. Gain insights into the neuroprotective potential of propofol through modulation of Îą5-GABAA receptors. Take a deep dive into the science behind preserving cognitive function during surgical procedures in mice and its potential for humans. Presenter: Rajasekar Nagarajan

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