Monday, October 4, 2010

Freezing A Body For Surgery Could Save Lives

Doctors have developed a procedure that radically cools a trauma victim's body to prevent death from blood loss. The technique has been tested for years in animals, and now researchers are hoping to start clinical trials with humans. Dr. Alam Hasan, a professor at Harvard Medical School and trauma surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston explains the technique.

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