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The case-history describes successful resuscitation of a young man who was found after 15 hours following attempted suicide (intoxication with carbamazepine) in deep hypothermia (19 degrees C) with cardiac arrest. For rewarming the patient extracorporeal circulation was used. The patient was successfully disconnected from the extracorporeal circulation,(More)
This case report demonstrates successful cardiopulmonary and cerebral resuscitation (CPCR) of a young male explored 15 hours following a suicide attempt (carbamazepine intoxication) in deep hypothermia (19 degrees C) with circulatory arrest. An extracorporeal circuit was used to rewarm the patient's blood. Weaning from extracorporeal circulation (ECC) was(More)
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