Cerebral resuscitation potentials for cardiac arrest.


Permanent brain damage after cardiac arrest and resuscitation is determined by many factors, predominantly arrest (no-flow) time, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (low-flow) time, and temperature. Research since around 1970 into cardiopulmonary-cerebral resuscitation has attempted to mitigate the postischemic-anoxic encephalopathy. These efforts' results have… (More)


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@article{Safar2002CerebralRP, title={Cerebral resuscitation potentials for cardiac arrest.}, author={Peter J Safar and Wilhelm Behringer and Bernd W. B{\"{o}ttiger and Fritz Sterz}, journal={Critical care medicine}, year={2002}, volume={30 4 Suppl}, pages={S140-4} }