We thank Dr. De Bernardo and her team for their letter to the editors regarding our manuscript entitled, “The Cushing Reflex and the Vasopressin-Mediated Hemodynamic Response to Increased Intracranial Pressure during Acute Elevations in Intraabdominal Pressure.”
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Published online: April 14, 2020
Accepted: February 29, 2020
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