[Induced mild hypothermia to limit neurological damage after resuscitation].


Despite improvements in resuscitation techniques, the prognosis for patients who experience cardiac arrest outside of a hospital remains relatively poor. This is mainly due to brain damage that occurs as a result of global cerebral ischaemia. In 2002, two prospective randomised multicentre studies demonstrated that induced mild hypothermia can increase the… (More)


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