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Body Temperature May Matter After Cardiac Arrest, La Paz University Study


11/8/2012 7:22:36 AM

Lowering the body temperature of people who have been resuscitated following cardiac arrest may increase their chances of survival, according to a new study. Researchers also found that cooling cardiac arrest patients could result in greater brain function and the ability to perform normal daily tasks, such as bathing and dressing, after recovery.

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