Neurotensin-induced hypothermia improves neurologic outcome after hypoxic-ischemia*

@article{Katz2004NeurotensininducedHI,
  title={Neurotensin-induced hypothermia improves neurologic outcome after hypoxic-ischemia*},
  author={Laurence M. Katz and Amanda S Young and Jonathan E. Frank and Yuanfan Wang and Kyunam Park},
  journal={Critical Care Medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={32},
  pages={806-810}
}
ObjectiveExternal cooling is commonly used to force induction of mild hypothermia but requires equipment, has a slow onset of action, and must be prolonged to provide permanent neurologic benefits after hypoxic-ischemia. It is unknown whether the method for inducing mild hypothermia affects neurologic outcome after near-drowning. The objective of the study was to induce mild hypothermia with neurotensin analog NT77 or external cooling in a rat model of near-drowning. We hypothesize that NT77… 
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