The publication of the targeted temperature management (TTM) trial in November 2013
1led to heated discussions regarding the optimal temperature for cooling after cardiac arrest (CA). Regardless of one´s view on this issue, it is clear that significant confusion ensued.
- Nielsen N.
- Wetterslev J.
- Cronberg T.
- et al.
TTM trial investigators. Targeted temperature management at 33 °C versus 36 °C after cardiac arrest.
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