Cerebral function analysis during deep hypothermia and total circulatory arrest in infant lambs.

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Deep hypothermia with total circulatory arrest is an important technique in the surgical treatment of complex congenital heart defects. However, the clinical use of this technique has been accompanied by occasional postoperative neurological abnormalities. Twenty new born lambs (four groups of five) were subjected to deep hypothermia (15 degrees C) and… (More)

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@article{Azariades1988CerebralFA, title={Cerebral function analysis during deep hypothermia and total circulatory arrest in infant lambs.}, author={Mike A Azariades and Richard K. Firmin and Christopher R Lincoln and Stuart Lennox}, journal={The Thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon}, year={1988}, volume={36 3}, pages={133-6} }