Doctors Test if Rapid Chilling Can Save Trauma Patients’ Lives
Doctors Test if Rapid Chilling Can Save Trauma Patients’ Lives
A clinical trial is underway to see if suspended animation, in which the body is cooled to 10–15 °Celsius, could slow patients’ decline and give doctors time to operate.
Doctors Test if Rapid Chilling Can Save Trauma Patients’ Lives
Doctors Test if Rapid Chilling Can Save Trauma Patients’ Lives

A clinical trial is underway to see if suspended animation, in which the body is cooled to 10–15 °Celsius, could slow patients’ decline and give doctors time to operate.

A clinical trial is underway to see if suspended animation, in which the body is cooled to 10–15 °Celsius, could slow patients’ decline and give doctors time to operate.

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Army Surgeons Grow Ear in Soldier’s Arm
Army Surgeons Grow Ear in Soldier’s Arm
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The woman’s own cartilage was used to construct the transplant after she lost her left ear in a car crash.
Transgenerational Trauma Passed Down from WWII Evacuees
Transgenerational Trauma Passed Down from WWII Evacuees
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The Making of a Bully
The Making of a Bully
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The Stuff of Nightmares
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Researchers working in war-torn countries find hints to the molecular roots of posttraumatic stress disorder.
Toads
Richard P. Sloan | Jul 31, 2011
Ascribing benefits to the experience of devastating illness or trauma is fraught with hidden dangers.