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Protective Hypothermia: Medical Ice Slurry Technology

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    Dr. Ken Kasza, a senior mechanical engineer at Argonne National Laboratory, discusses with host Dr. Larry Kaskel how doctors can use medical ice slurry to reduce the brain and other organs' demand for oxygen, thus giving doctors additional time to diagnose and treat critical patients in emergencies. Dr. Kasza outlines the mechanisms underlying the ice slurry coolant and the developments for delivery technology, and reviews the amazing surgical applications completed with surgeons from the University of Chicago. Tune in to hear how the protective hypothermia effect of medical ice slurry is the future of medicine.

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    Dr. Ken Kasza, a senior mechanical engineer at Argonne National Laboratory, discusses with host Dr. Larry Kaskel how doctors can use medical ice slurry to reduce the brain and other organs' demand for oxygen, thus giving doctors additional time to diagnose and treat critical patients in emergencies. Dr. Kasza outlines the mechanisms underlying the ice slurry coolant and the developments for delivery technology, and reviews the amazing surgical applications completed with surgeons from the University of Chicago. Tune in to hear how the protective hypothermia effect of medical ice slurry is the future of medicine.

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