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Avoid sudden death by quick cooling

...th sudden cardiac arrest and then his heart can be cooled and the heart can be treated slowly while a machine is used to circulate blood throughout the body. Once the heart is treated and is stable, then the cooling can be stopped and the heart can be restarted. Now isn’t this “Elementary my dear Watson”...

Cooling treatment for newborn asphyxia

...ial. Half the children will have their temperature cooled for a period of three days before being slowly returned to normal. The cooling procedure will involve a water-filled bed and be carried out by a nurse. It will not cause the babies any discomfort, and the infants will be closely monitored at all time...

New ways to help children with trauma

...avid Adelson, said that for the study patients are cooled within six hours of injury. The researchers said that children are being treated like mini adults and put through assessment tests that were designed for adults. So now, they are also trying to find better ways to assess children after traumatic bra...

Cooling Can Reduce The Risk Of Brain Damage In Oxygen Deprived Newborns

...n damage and cerebral palsy by having their brains cooled // for 72 hours after birth according to a recent study. Babies that received an inadequate supply of oxygen to the brain during delivery showed signs of being at a high risk for brain injury. However researchers say brain damage does not happen im...

Antarctica: The story behind the ice

... waters flowed into the South Atlantic, where they cooled and sank. According to the Geologists, the opening of passage could have caused the plunge in temperatures because the circumpolar current would have isolated Antarctica from warm subtropical water carrying heat from the tropics. In addition, the ...

Cooling Off As A Treatment Option For Heart And Trauma Patients

...ne had found that cardiac arrest patients who were cooled off were more likely to survive than those who wer...tients at risk who could benefit, and who could be cooled quickly and safely,” commented Nadkarni. "If we can do that, we've got the intervention of the centu...

Survival After Cardiac Arrest Is Aided By Cooling

...ays, their brains were examined for damage. Rats cooled to 33 oC did best, as measured by neurological scores, median days to return to normal, and neuron density in the hippocampus. The 35oC group had somewhat lower results while the normal group had the worst outcomes. Overall, the benefit of cooling on...

Drugs Delivery Revolutionized by Extremely Stable Glass

...iting vapors of organic molecules onto a substrate cooled to 50 degrees (Celsius) below the glass transition temperature—the point at which a compound normally begins to solidify en route to becoming glass, a frozen, liquid-like structure with no long-range internal order. Conceived by UW-Madison chemist Ma...

Durable Critters Provides Better Way to Human Egg Preservation

...se eggs. Researchers injected eggs with trehalose, cooled them to liquid nitrogen temperature, thawed them and exposed them to sperm. They got healthy babies at a similar rate to unfrozen controls. "We were very excited," says Dr. Eroglu, whose work has prompted desperate calls from young cancer patients ...

Tropical Cyclones Play Important Role in Climate-control

...existed. We knew a basic, fundamental process that cooled the tropics was missing from the models, he said. "Our results suggest that this is the missing mixing and it is a vital part of ocean circulation," he added. The findings appear in the May 31 issue of the journal Nature....

Greek Heatwave Kills Two

...een placed on alert and municipalities are keeping cooled public facilities open for those without air-conditioning at home, but heatstroke already claimed the lives of an 84-year-old woman in the western town of Egio and a 76-year-old man in Farsala, central Greece. Temperatures were expected to reach 43...

IIT Delhi Scientist Finds Climate Models Consistent With Ocean Warming Observations

...ndings that the top 700-meters of the global ocean cooled markedly from 2003-2005. "Our analysis shows that the 2003-2005 'cooling' is largely an artefact of a systematic change in the observing system. The previous research was based on looking at the combined ocean temperature observations from several di...

Fossilized Midges can Predict Climate Change: Study

...d wet. During each shift the North West climate cooled with an average summer temperature fall of 1.6 deg...l warming. Scientists found that the atmosphere cooled rapidly and cold periods lasted up to 50 years for one event and 150 years for the other. The det...

Yawning Actually Helps You Keep Awake

... They found that the physical mechanism of yawning cooled the brain, and made it function more efficiently. According to our hypothesis, rather than promoting sleep, yawning should antagonise sleep. We think contagious yawning is triggered by empathic mechanisms which function to maintain group vigilance,...

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