Re-Evaluate Goals for Targeted Temperature Management

You’ll hear buzz about which goal to use with targeted temperature management (TTM) after an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.

Early studies suggest that lowering core body temps in patients comatose after cardiac arrest improves survival and neurological outcomes...compared to those with no temperature control.

And current guidelines recommend aiming for 32°C to 36°C.

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