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Use of Therapeutic Hypothermia and Outcomes Following in-Hospital Cardiac Arrest

In a study appearing in the October 4 issue of JAMA, Paul S. Chan, M.D., of Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute, Kansas City, and colleagues evaluated the association of hypothermia treatment with survival to hospital discharge and with favorable neurological survival at hospital discharge among patients with in-hospital cardiac arrest.
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Use of therapeutic hypothermia and outcomes following in-hospital cardiac arrest

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A new study evaluated the association of hypothermia treatment with survival to hospital discharge and with favorable neurological survival at hospital discharge among patients with in-hospital cardiac arrest.

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