[Comment] Cooling of children with severe traumatic brain injury

20:44 EDT 7 May 2013 | The Lancet

In this issue of The Lancet Neurology, P David Adelson and colleagues report findings from their multicentre, randomised controlled trial of therapeutic hypothermia versus normothermia in 77 children with severe traumatic brain injury. All patients w...

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