Therapeutic Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest

Clinical Application and Management

  • Justin B. Lundbye

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Kelly Sawyer
    Pages 1-14
  3. Sarah K. Wallace, Benjamin S. Abella
    Pages 15-24
  4. Shoji Yokobori, M. Ross Bullock, W. Dalton Dietrich
    Pages 25-41
  5. Sanjeev U. Nair, Justin B. Lundbye
    Pages 43-50
  6. Matthew W. Parker, Justin B. Lundbye
    Pages 51-60
  7. Edgar Argulian, Renata Barbosa, Janet Shapiro, Eyal Herzog
    Pages 79-85
  8. William L. Baker
    Pages 87-99
  9. Cara Klajbor, Erica Schuyler
    Pages 101-106
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 119-122

About this book


Therapeutic hypothermia (TH) has emerged as an important treatment option for patients resuscitated from cardiac arrest as it provides significant protection from developing neurologic injury.  Although hospitals and medical centres have become familiar with this intervention, it still remains greatly under-utilized due to a lack of experience and resources to deploy such a program safely and effectively.

Therapeutic Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest provides an evidence-based approach to identifying and managing cardiac arrest patients who are appropriate for TH.  The Editor has assembled a team of prominent experts in the field to provide a practical “how-to” book that presents the reader with the necessary tools to design, apply and successfully manage a TH program at their institution. As such, this book will address the needs of emergency medicine physicians and staff, intensivists, internists, cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, interventionalists and nursing staff.


Cardiac surgery Cardiology Critical Care medicine Emergency medicine

Editors and affiliations

  • Justin B. Lundbye
    • 1
  1. 1., School of MedicineUniversity of ConnecticutHartfordUSA

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