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Cardium's InnerCool Reports on Expanding Use of Therapeutic Hypothermia
Date:1/29/2009

erally at least one large center routinely using therapeutic hypothermia for cardiac arrest patients in virtually every major U.S. metropolitan area."

In a November 4, 2008 article entitled "Raising the Dead: Prehospital hypothermia for cardiac arrest victims may improve neurological outcome and survival to discharge", authors Mike Clumpner and Jim Mobley, early adopters of pre-hospital hypothermia therapy for cardiac arrest patients, commenting on Regional One Air Medical Service in South Carolina's therapeutic hypothermia protocol implemented in 2005, noted that "therapeutic hypothermia offers many proven benefits for the post-cardiac arrest patient if hypothermia is induced within the first 15 minutes following resuscitation and therapeutic temperature is achieved within two hours." The authors also noted, "Because therapeutic hypothermia was researched thoroughly and fully endorsed by the AHA without specific reference to in-hospital versus out-of-hospital initiation, we felt it would be beneficial to adopt the complete resuscitation algorithm at our service. Like many others, we felt it would be unethical to withhold a proven treatment from our patients."

"We are pleased to see EMS agencies and others encouraging the paradigm shift in the healthcare system as they increasingly incorporate therapeutic cooling into their current standard practices," stated Christopher J. Reinhard, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cardium Therapeutics and InnerCool Therapies. "There is a tremendous opportunity in this market considering that only an estimated 100 out of 24,000 EMS agencies in the United States have instituted cooling protocols for post cardiac arrest patients. With InnerCool's new RapidBlue in-hospital cooling system, and CoolFuse, a pressurized infusion system being developed for cooling in emergency vehicles and emergency rooms, InnerCool will be well positioned to provide EMS agencies around the country wit
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