Item description for Hypothermia for Acute Brain Damage: Pathomechanism and Practical Aspects by N. Hayashi...
The International Brain Hypothermia Symposium 2004, held in Tokyo, was a forum for many of the world's leading researchers and clinicians to present and discuss developments on the cutting edge of this most promising of neurological therapies. With a view to sharing this knowledge and encouraging the spread of new techniques, the editors have compiled these proceedings covering the latest technology and methods. Topics include brain thermo-pooling, hemoglobin-dysfunction-associated neuronal hypoxia, intensive care management of brain hypothermia for severely brain-injured patients, new findings not yet recorded in animal models, and control of hypothermia-associated immune crises. Also included are advanced clinical results from trauma, stroke, and cardiac arrest patients. The result is a volume that will be a valuable resource for professionals in the fields of emergency treatment, critical medicine, and neurosurgery.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.6" Width: 6.2" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date Sep 29, 2004
ISBN 4431210342 ISBN13 9784431210344
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Hypothermia: Practical and Pathological Aspects Apr 16, 2005
This is a conference proceedings book and is very detailed on many aspects of brain hypothermia in the injured brain. It serves the purpose of a reference and research book maintaining an encyclopedic character throughout. It even has new chapters on brain slices, new ICU technologies, aspects of subarachnoid hemorrhage and hypothermia, etc. It has new indications 2005 for cardiac arrest, ischemic stroke, and the traumatically injured brain. This is the new hot volume on hypothermia, excuse the contradiction in terms.