Acute Cerebrovascular Conditions · Ischaemic Stroke · Neuroprotection · Thermoregulation

Addition of hypothermia to decompressive hemicraniectomy is not useful in MCA stroke – JAMA

This study, recently published in JAMA, revealed no beneficial effect from hypothermia as an adjunct to decompressive hemicraniectomy in the setting of middle cerebral artery stroke. In fact, the authors’ findings even suggest harm. Find the article here.

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