Use Best Practices for Your Targeted Temperature Management Protocols

You'll hear buzz about the best strategies for implementing a targeted temperature management (TTM) protocol...due to new guidelines.

"Therapeutic hypothermia"...or lowering core body temps to 32° to 36℃ in comatose patients after cardiac arrest...can improve survival and neurologic outcomes.

And "normothermia"...or maintaining temps around 37℃...may benefit patients with ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke or traumatic brain injury.

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