Cerebral Hypoxia also known as Brain Hypoxia develops when our brain receives less oxygen than required. Among the vast amount of cells in our body, the brain cells are most sensitive to oxygen deprivation. Five minutes without oxygen is enough for brain cells to start dying. Cerebral Hypoxia that lasts for five minutes or longer can cause seizures, coma or even brain death. Diminished oxygen supply to the brain may produce significant cognitive, physical and emotional impairments. As a result, a hypoxic injury can have a huge impact, in terms of functional Representing. only 2-3% of an adult’s total body mass, the brain receives 20% of the cardiac output and accounts for about 25% of the body’s overall resting oxygen consumption. The brain is one of the most oxygen-sensitive organs of the body, and it is not surprising that neurologic dysfunction is a prominent manifestation of hypoxia.
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