A rodent model of emergency cardiopulmonary bypass resuscitation with different temperatures after asphyxial cardiac arrest.

@article{Han2010ARM,
  title={A rodent model of emergency cardiopulmonary bypass resuscitation with different temperatures after asphyxial cardiac arrest.},
  author={Fei Han and Manuel Boller and Wenhui Guo and Raina M Merchant and Joshua W Lampe and Thomas M Smith and Lance B. Becker},
  journal={Resuscitation},
  year={2010},
  volume={81 1},
  pages={
          93-9
        }
}
BACKGROUND The use of emergency cardiopulmonary bypass (ECPB) resuscitation after cardiac arrest may offer hope for survival when standard ACLS therapies fail. However, whether cooling adds benefit to ECPB is unknown and we lack an ECPB rodent model for experimental studies. We sought to (a) develop a 72 h survival rodent model using ECPB to treat asphyxial cardiac arrest and (b) use this new model to evaluate early mild and moderate hypothermia versus normothermia during ECPB resuscitation… CONTINUE READING

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