Protective head-cooling during cardiac arrest and cardiopulmonary resuscitation: the original animal studies

Prolonged standard cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) does not reliably sustain brain viability during cardiac arrest. Pre-hospital adjuncts to standard CPR are needed in order to improve outcomes. A preliminary dog study demonstrated that surface cooling of the head during arrest and CPR can achie...

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Main Authors: Eric W. Brader, Dietrich Jehle, Michael Mineo, Peter Safar
Format: Article
Published: MDPI AG 2010-02-01
Series:Neurology International
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