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Severe accidental hypothermia: rewarming strategy using a veno-venous bypass system and a convective air warmer

Intensive Care Medicine

Jul 13, 1999

A BräuerH Burchardi

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To study a rewarming strategy for patients with severe accidental hypothermia using a simple veno-venous bypass in combination with a convective air warmer. Eighteen beds in a university hospital intensive care unit. Four adults admitted with a core temperature less than 30 degrees C. H...read more

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Extracorporeal Circulation
Hypothermia, Natural
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Severe accidental hypothermia: rewarming strategy using a veno-venous bypass system and a convective air warmer

Intensive Care Medicine

Jul 13, 1999

A BräuerH Burchardi

PMID: 10401949

DOI: 10.1007/s001340050891

Abstract

To study a rewarming strategy for patients with severe accidental hypothermia using a simple veno-venous bypass in combination with a convective air warmer. Eighteen beds in a university hospital intensive care unit. Four adults admitted with a core temperature less than 30 degrees C. H...read more

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Alcoholic Intoxication
Anastomosis, Surgical
Rewarming
Pancreatitis
Etiology
Hypothermia, Accidental
Extracorporeal Circulation
Hypothermia, Natural
Veins
Alcoholics

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