Use of hypothermia gaining ground for cardiac arrest

08/6/2009 | CNN

Research shows cooling down a cardiac arrest patient's body may improve chances for survival, but the treatment is not yet widely used. A new University of Pennsylvania study found cooling is more cost-effective than many therapies.

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