Article original (Abstract) | Publié le 18-02-2016
Dietz, R.M. et al. | Neuroscience 2016; 325(14 June 2016): 132-41
Pediatric cardiac arrest (CA) often leads to poor neurologic outcomes, including deficits in learning and memory. The only approved treatment for CA is therapeutic hypothermia, although its utility in the pediatric population remains unclear. This study analyzed the effect of mild therapeutic hypothermia after CA in juvenile mice on hippocampal neuronal injury and the cellular model of learning and...