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Title: Targeted therapeutic mild hypercapnia after cardiac arrest: A phase II multi-centre randomised controlled trial (the CCC trial).
Authors: Eastwood, Glenn M
Schneider, Antoine G
Suzuki, Satoshi
Peck, Leah
Young, Helen
Tanaka, Aiko
Mårtensson, Johan
Warrillow, Stephen
McGuinness, Shay
Parke, Rachael
Gilder, Eileen
Mccarthy, Lianne
Galt, Pauline
Taori, Gopal
Eliott, Suzanne
Lamac, Tammy
Bailey, Michael
Harley, Nerina
Barge, Deborah
Hodgson, Carol L
Morganti-Kossmann, Maria Cristina
Pébay, Alice
Conquest, Alison
Archer, John S
Bernard, Stephen
Stub, Dion
Hart, Graeme K
Bellomo, Rinaldo
Issue Date: Jul-2016
Abstract: In intensive care observational studies, hypercapnia after cardiac arrest (CA) is independently associated with improved neurological outcome. However, the safety and feasibility of delivering targeted therapeutic mild hypercapnia (TTMH) for such patients is untested.
URI: http://ahro.prosentient.org.au/prosentientjspui/handle/1/2916
Other Identifiers: 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2016.03.023
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