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All authors report receiving speaker’s fees from Bard Medical. PY is the chief investigator for the REACTOR research programme, NN is chief investigator for TTM-2 trial, and MS is the chief investigator for the TTM-TBI research programme.

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Young, P.J., Nielsen, N. & Saxena, M. Fever control. Intensive Care Med 44, 227–230 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00134-017-4969-8

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Keywords

  • Fever Control
  • Acute Brain Pathology
  • High Illness Acuity
  • Fever Management
  • Severe Bacterial Meningitis