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Supporting Articles by Dr. McCormick and Other Scientists

McCormick JG, Houle TT, Saltzman HA, Whaley RC, Roy RC. Treatment of acute stroke with hyperbaric oxygen: Time window for efficacy, Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society, Inc. 2011; 38 (No. 5): 321-334 is used with permission of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society.

  1. Hallenbeck JM, Andersen JC. Pathogenesis of the decompression disorders. In: Bennett PB, Elliott EH, eds. 3rd edition The Physiology and Medicine of Diving. London: Bailliere Tindall, 1982:435-460.
  2. Heyman A, Saltzman HA, Whalen RE. The use of hyperbaric oxygen in the treatment of cerebral ischemia and infarction. Circulation 1966; 33 & 34 (Supplement II):II-20 to II-27.
  3. Hyperbaric Facility Safety: A Practical Guide, Wilbur T. Workman, Ed., Best Publishing Company, Flagstaff, Arizona, 1999, 754 pages.
  4. Jones T, Morawetz R, Crowell R et al. Thresholds of focal cerebral ischemia in awake monkeys. Journal of Neurosurgery 1981; 54:773-782.
  5. Marler JR, ATLANTIS, ECASS, and NINDS rt-PA Study Group Investigators. Association of outcome with early stroke treatment: Pooled analysis of ATLANTIC, ECASS and NINDS rt-PA stroke trials. The Lancet 2004; 363:768-774.
  6. McCormick, JG. Anatomical, Electrophysiological, and Histological Studies of Dolphin Auditory System: Establishment of a Theory of Hearing for Dolphins. Journal Acoustical Society of American, 124, No. 4, Pt. 2, 2464, October 2008. Presented at the 156th Meeting: Acoustical Society of America.
  7. McCormick JG, Houle TT, Saltzman HA, Whaley RC, Roy RC. Identification of the early time window post stroke for hyperbaric oxygen efficacy in the treatment of acute stroke: A retrospective statistical analysis. Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine 2007; 34 (No. 4):299-300. Presented at the 40th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society, June 13-17, 2007, Kapalua, Hawaii.
  8. McCormick, JG. Behavioral Observations of Sleep and Anesthesia in the Dolphin: Implications for Bispectral Index Monitoring of Unihemispheric Effects in Dolphins. Anesthesia & Analgesia, 104, No. 1, pp 239-241, January 2007.
  9. Zhang JH, Lo T, Mychaskiw G, Colohan A. Mechanisms of hyperbaric oxygen and neuroprotection in stroke. Pathophysiology 2005; 12:65-80.
  10. McCormick, JG. Hyperbaric Oxygen and tPA for treatment of Acute Stroke. Advanced Symposium on Hyperbaric Medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, April 2004.
  11. Toole JF. Editor: Fifth Edition, Cerebrovascular disorders. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins, 1999, Preface: vii.
  12. McCormick JG. Space and Research on Aging, Program Chairman, Symposium of World Federation of Neurology, Congress on Cerebral Ischemia, Vascular Dementia, Epilepsy and CNS Injury, May 9-13, 1998.
  13. McCormick JG. STS-95 Space Shuttle Mission Research Goals and International Cooperation in Space, Program Chairman. Symposium of World Federation of Neurology, Congress on Cerebral Ischemia, Vascular Dementia, Epilepsy and CNS Injury, May 9-13, 1998.
  14. McCormick JG. The Princeton University Auditory Laboratories. An Ideal Research Environment. In: Hearing and Other Senses: Presentations in Honor of EG Wever. Ed. By RR Fay, G Gourevitch. Groton. Connecticut: Amphora Press, 1983. 
  15. McCormick JG, Holland W, Brauer R, Holleman I. Sudden hearing loss due to diving and prevention with heparin. In: Shea J, eds. The Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America – Symposium on Fluctuant Hearing Loss. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1975; 8 (no. 2):417-430.
  16. McCormick JG, Philbrick T, Holland WB. The pathophysiology of diving induced sensory neural deafness as elucidated by beneficial prophylactic use of heparin. In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Blood-Bubble Interactions in Decompression Sickness. Canada Defense Research Board, 1973:272-291.
  17. McCormick JG, Philbrick T, Holland W, Harrill JA. Diving induced sensory neural deafness: Prophylactic use of heparin and preliminary histopathology results. The Laryngoscope 1973; 83:1483-1501.
  18. McCormick JG, Higgins TL, Daugherty HS, Johnson PE. Cochlear Dysfunction Associated with Decompression from 300 ft. Hyperbaric Chamber Dives. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 51, No. 1 (Part 1), January 1972, pp 103.
  19. McCormick JG, Higgins, TL, Clayton RM, Brauer RW. Auditory and Vestibular Effects of Helium-Oxygen Hyperbaric Chamber Dives to Convulsion Depths. . Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 51, No. 1 (Part 1), January 1972, pp 103.
  20. Ridgway, S.H. and McCormick, JG 1971. Anesthetization of porpoises. Chapter In: Veterinary Anesthesia. Ed. By L.R. Soma. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, pp. 394-403.
  21. McCormick JG, Wever EG, Palin J, Ridgway SH. Sound Conduction in The Dolphin Ear. Journal Acoustical Society of America, 48, No. 6 (Pt. 2), December 1970, pp 1418-1428.
  22. McCormick JG. Relationship of Sleep, Respiration, and Anesthesia in the Porpoise. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 62, 1969, pp 697-703. 
  23. Ridgway, SH and McCormick, JG 1967. Anesthetization of porpoises for major surgery. Science. 158:510-512.
  24. Saltzman HA, Anderson B Jr., Whalen RE, Heyman A,Sieker HO. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy of acute cerebral vascular insufficiency. In: Brown IW Jr., Cox BG Jr., eds. Hyperbaric Medicine. Washington, D.C.: Academy of Sciences National Research Council, 1966:440-446. 
  25. McCormick, JG, Toole, JF, 1989. Mandates for the Expansion of University Aerospace Biomedical & Human Factor Research - Encompassing Potential for Interaction between The Cerebrovascular Research Center of the Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest University & Components of the Aviation & Space Industries. A Position Report of the Wake Forest Medical School's Cerebrovascular Research Center.


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