Therapeutic Hypothermia after Cardiac Arrest

This study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest to reduce the incidence of mortality and complications. The question that guided the research was how receiving hypothermic therapy compares to not receiving the therapy affects patients experiencing complications post cardiac arrest. The analysis showed that therapeutic hypothermia reduces complications and mortality after cardiac arrest.

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Work Title Therapeutic Hypothermia after Cardiac Arrest
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  1. Courtney Michelle Buckley
  2. Kylie Denlinger
  3. Maxwell Christian Kalb
  4. Katie Carolynn McGee
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  1. Penn State Mont Alto Academic Festival 2023
  2. Undergraduate Research
License CC BY 4.0 (Attribution)
Work Type Poster
Acknowledgments
  1. Faculty Mentor: Stephanie Unger
Publication Date April 21, 2023
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Deposited April 10, 2023

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    • This evidence-based practice project studies the effectiveness of therapeutic hypothermia on recovery after experiencing cardiac arrest. The PICO question addresses how therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest affects the occurrence of complications in adult patients. The expected outcomes include information to prevent death, organ damage, and increased neurological function.
    • This study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest to reduce the incidence of mortality and complications. The question that guided the research was how receiving hypothermic therapy compares to not receiving the therapy affects patients experiencing complications post cardiac arrest. The analysis showed that therapeutic hypothermia reduces complications and mortality after cardiac arrest.
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