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  • Cooling Effect on Skin Microcirculation in Asphyxiated Newborn Infants with Increased C-Reactive Protein. [Journal Article]
  • NNeonatology 2016; 110(4):270-276
  • Fredly S, Nygaard CS, … Fugelseth D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Skin microcirculatory responses differed significantly after rewarming, but not during cooling, between asphyxiated neonates with or without high CRP. We speculate whether cooling influences the inflammatory skin microcirculatory response and the ability of oxygen delivery to the cells. Further studies are needed to investigate this as well as its applicability to other vascular beds in the body.
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