An atypical case of successful resuscitation of an accidental profound hypothermia patient, occurring in a temperate climate.
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CitationAn atypical case of successful resuscitation of an accidental profound hypothermia patient, occurring in a temperate climate. 2010, 25 (2):103-6 Perfusion
AbstractCases of accidental profound hypothermia occur most frequently in cold, northern climates. We describe an atypical case, occurring in a temperate climate, where a hypothermic cardiac-arrested patient was successfully resuscitated using extracorporeal circulation (ECC).
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