Cooling the body may reduce extent of traumatic brain injuries

A review published in this week’s The Lancet claims that induced hypothermia is underused in the UK and in the USA. This practice of deliberately cooling the body is capable of preventing or limiting permanent injuries if it is employed within the first couple of hours of a clinical event.

  • Dr. Klees Polderman, Department of Intensive Care, University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands


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