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  • Temperature and oxygenation during organ preservation: friends or foes? [Journal Article]
  • COCurr Opin Organ Transplant 2017 Apr 19
  • Gilbo N, Monbaliu D
  • CONCLUSIONS: The relationship between temperature and oxygenation in organ preservation is more complex than physiological laws would suggest. Rather than one default perfusion temperature/oxygenation standard, perfusion protocols should be tailored for specific needs of grafts of different quality.
  • Frostbite. [Review]
  • EMEmerg Med Clin North Am 2017; 35(2):281-299
  • Handford C, Thomas O, Imray CHE
  • Deep frostbite is a thermal injury associated with significant morbidity. Historically, this has been associated with military personnel; however, increasingly it is becoming an injury that afflicts ...
  • The esophageal cooling device: A new temperature control tool in the intensivist's arsenal. [Journal Article]
  • HLHeart Lung 2017 Apr 11
  • Hegazy AF, Lapierre DM, … Althenayan E
  • CONCLUSIONS: When used as a sole modality, objective performance parameters of the esophageal-cooling device were found to be comparable to standard temperature control methods. More research is required to further quantify efficacy, safety, assess utility in other patient populations, and examine patient outcomes with device use in comparison to standard temperature control modalities.
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