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(Hypothermia of extremities)
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  • Neuromuscular function during knee extension exercise after cold water immersion. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Physiol Anthropol 2017 Jun 23; 36(1):28
  • Wakabayashi H, Wijayanto T, Tochihara Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: The lower shift of EMG frequency would be connected with the decrease in the nerve and muscle fibers conduction velocity. To compensate for the impairment of each muscle fibers function, more muscle fibers might be recruited to maintain the working load. This might result in the greater amplitude of EMG after the cold immersion.
  • Acellular Hypothermic Extracorporeal Perfusion Extends Allowable Ischemia Time in a Porcine Whole Limb Replantation Model. [Journal Article]
  • PRPlast Reconstr Surg 2017; 139(4):922e-932e
  • Kueckelhaus M, Dermietzel A, … Pomahac B
  • CONCLUSIONS: The authors demonstrated the feasibility and superiority of ex vivo hypothermic oxygenated machine perfusion for preservation of amputated limbs over conventional static cold storage and herewith a substantial extension of the allowable ischemia time for replantation after traumatic amputation. This approach could also be applied to the field of transplantation, expanding the potential pool of viable donor vascularized composite allografts.
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