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Hypothermia for Neuroprotection

  • C. K. Spiss
  • U. M. Illievich
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Abstract

Specific effects of hypothermia on the various organ systems of the adult have led to the use of clinical temperature ranges, where hypothermia is defined as mild (36.5–34°C), moderate (33.5–28°C), deep (27.5–17°C), or profound (16.5–4°C) [1].

Keywords

Core Temperature Severe Head Injury Brain Temperature Mild Hypothermia Cereb Blood Flow 
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