Researchers to test deep-chilling method on trauma patients

11/15/2011 | Yahoo!

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center are preparing to conduct studies early next year that will test a deep-chilling method on trauma victims. Researchers believe the method, called emergency preservation and resuscitation, will help preserve vital organs and stop bleeding while trauma patients are being treated. The researchers today will start a public awareness campaign on the method so people in the Pittsburgh area will be more informed and can add their names to an opt-out list if they are concerned about the risks.

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