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Hyperkalemia. A prognostic factor during acute severe hypothermia

JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association

Oct 10, 1990

M D SchallerC H Perret

PMID: 2402043

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When hypothermic patients appear to be dead, the decision to resuscitate may be difficult due to lack of reliable criteria of death. To discover useful prognostic indicators, we reviewed the hospital charts of nine hypothermic victims of snow avalanches (group A: median value of rectal ...read more

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Hypothermia, Accidental
Hypothermia, Natural
Retrospective Studies
Hyperthermia, Local
Hyperkalemia
Resuscitation Procedure
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Hyperkalemia. A prognostic factor during acute severe hypothermia

JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association

Oct 10, 1990

M D SchallerC H Perret

PMID: 2402043

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Abstract

When hypothermic patients appear to be dead, the decision to resuscitate may be difficult due to lack of reliable criteria of death. To discover useful prognostic indicators, we reviewed the hospital charts of nine hypothermic victims of snow avalanches (group A: median value of rectal ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Alcoholic Intoxication
Cockayne Syndrome
Acute Disease
Hypothermia, Accidental
Hypothermia, Natural
Retrospective Studies
Hyperthermia, Local
Hyperkalemia
Resuscitation Procedure
Triage
21

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