L Other Neuroprotective Agents

Many of the previously mentioned interventions have theoretical neuroprotective effects that reduce cyto-toxic injury in the formation of cerebral edema. Other potential neuroprotective substances include inhibitors of excitotoxic amino acids, bradykinin release, leukocyte adhesion, and metalloproteinases, modulators of calcium influx, promoters of membrane repair, and free radical scavengers. Preliminary experimental studies of several agents are encouraging, although their efficacy has yet to be demonstrated in clinical trials.

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