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Novel discovery suggests MRIs after cardiac arrest could predict patient outcomes

16:18 EST 6 Nov 2017 | Cardiovascular Business

Patients who suffer brain damage after cardiac arrest could benefit from magnetic resonance (MR) imaging following their stabilization—a measure that has been shown to predict clinical outcomes through mapping brain activity, according to new research published in the American journal Radiology.

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