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Bispectral index (BIS) helps predicting bad neurological outcome in comatose survivors after cardiac arrest and induced therapeutic hypothermia
Stammet P, et al. Resuscitation 2009 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Werer C. PMID 19217198
Sedation was stopped after reaching normothermia (36 degrees C). All patients benefited from maximal supportive intensive care and no therapeutic withdrawal or withholding was done unless bad neurological status was confirmed. ...
Sedation was stopped after reaching normothermia (36 degrees C). All patients benefited from maximal supportive intensive care and no …
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