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SGH develops cooling suit that helps preserve brain function of cardiac arrest patients | Video

Researchers from the Singapore General Hospital have come up with a cooling device that can lower the body temperature of a resuscitated cardiac arrest patient to 34 degrees Celsius within two hours, a move that helps protect vital organs such as the brain. Cheryl Goh reports.

SGH develops cooling suit that helps preserve brain function of cardiac arrest patients | Video

10 Apr 2019 11:38pm
Researchers from the Singapore General Hospital have come up with a cooling device that can lower the body temperature of a resuscitated cardiac arrest patient to 34 degrees Celsius within two hours, a move that helps protect vital organs such as the brain. Cheryl Goh reports.

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