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Neurologic complications of cardiac surgery : Cerebrovascular diseases: Part IILLINAS, Rafael; BARBUT, Denise; CAPLAN, Louis R et al.Progress in cardiovascular diseases. 2000, Vol 43, Num 2, pp 101-112, issn 0033-0620Article

Local Brain Temperature Reduction Through Intranasal Cooling With the RhinoChill Device Preliminary Safety Data in Brain-Injured PatientsABOU-CHEBL, Alex; SUNG, Gene; BARBUT, Denise et al.Stroke (1970). 2011, Vol 42, Num 8, pp 2164-2169, issn 0039-2499, 6 p.Article

Feasibility of intra-arrest hypothermia induction: A novel nasopharyngeal approach achieves preferential brain coolingBOLLER, Manuel; LAMPE, Joshua W; KATZ, Joseph M et al.Resuscitation. 2010, Vol 81, Num 8, pp 1025-1030, issn 0300-9572, 6 p.Article

Preserved heart rate variability during therapeutic hypothermia correlated to 96 hrs neurological outcomes and survival in a pig model of cardiac arrestYONGQIN LI; RISTAGNO, Giuseppe; JUN GUAN et al.Critical care medicine. 2012, Vol 40, Num 2, pp 580-586, issn 0090-3493, 7 p.Article

Intra-Arrest Transnasal Evaporative Cooling: A Randomized, Prehospital, Multicenter Study (PRINCE: Pre-ROSC IntraNasal Cooling Effectiveness)CASTREN, Maaret; NORDBERG, Per; STORM, Christian et al.Circulation (New York, N.Y.). 2010, Vol 122, Num 7, pp 729-736, issn 0009-7322, 8 p.Article

Rapid Head Cooling Initiated Coincident With Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Improves Success of Defibrillation and Post-Resuscitation Myocardial Function in a Porcine Model of Prolonged Cardiac ArrestTSAI, Min-Shan; BARBUT, Denise; WANCHUN TANG et al.Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 2008, Vol 51, Num 20, pp 1988-1990, issn 0735-1097, 3 p.Article

Survival and neurological outcomes after nasopharyngeal cooling or peripheral vein cold saline infusion initiated during cardiopulmonary resuscitation in a porcine model of prolonged cardiac arrestTAO YU; BARBUT, Denise; RISTAGNO, Giuseppe et al.Critical care medicine. 2010, Vol 38, Num 3, pp 916-921, issn 0090-3493, 6 p.Article

Intra-arrest selective brain cooling improves success of resuscitation in a porcine model of prolonged cardiac arrestHAO WANG; BARBUT, Denise; TSAI, Min-Shan et al.Resuscitation. 2010, Vol 81, Num 5, pp 617-621, issn 0300-9572, 5 p.Article

A comparison between head cooling begun during cardiopulmonary resuscitation and surface cooling after resuscitation in a pig model of cardiac arrestJUN GUAN; BARBUT, Denise; HAO WANG et al.Critical care medicine. 2008, Vol 36, Num 11, issn 0090-3493, S428-S433, SUPConference Paper

Intra-arrest rapid head cooling improves postresuscitation myocardial function in comparison with delayed postresuscitation surface coolingTSAI, Min-Shan; BARBUT, Denise; HAO WANG et al.Critical care medicine. 2008, Vol 36, Num 11, issn 0090-3493, S434-S439, SUPConference Paper

The amplitude spectrum area correctly predicts improved resuscitation and facilitated defibrillation with head coolingTSAI, Min-Shan; BARBUT, Denise; JUN GUAN et al.Critical care medicine. 2008, Vol 36, Num 11, issn 0090-3493, S413-S417, SUPConference Paper

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