Heart Beat: 09/03

WHEN CATCHING A CHILL MIGHT SAVE YOUR LIFELowering the body temperature of people who are resuscitated after suffering cardiac arrest appears to lessen brain damage and improve long-term survival. So such patients should be kept cool for 12 to 24 hours after their circulation is restored. Thats the new recommendation from an international task force […]
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