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B.J. Torosyan

RUDN University of Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Moscow, Russia

A.V. Butrov

RUDN University: PFUR, Moscow, Russia

O.A. Shevelev

RUDN University of Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Moscow, Russia;
Federal Scientific and Clinical Centre of Intensive Care and Rehabilitation, Moscow, Russia

D.V. Cheboksarov

City Clinical Hospital n.a. V.V. Vinogradov, Moscow, Russia

O.P. Artyukov

City Clinical Hospital n.a. V.V. Vinogradov, Moscow, Russia

S.A. Ustinskaya

Federal Scientific and Clinical Centre of Intensive Care and Rehabilitation, Moscow, Russia;

I.A. Sharinova

Federal Scientific and Clinical Centre of Intensive Care and Rehabilitation, Moscow, Russia;

Craniocerebral hypothermia is an effective component of neuroprotection in patients with ischemic stroke

Authors:

B.J. Torosyan, A.V. Butrov, O.A. Shevelev, D.V. Cheboksarov, O.P. Artyukov, S.A. Ustinskaya, I.A. Sharinova

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To cite this article:

Torosyan BJ, Butrov AV, Shevelev OA, Cheboksarov DV, Artyukov OP, Ustinskaya SA, Sharinova IA. Craniocerebral hypothermia is an effective component of neuroprotection in patients with ischemic stroke. Russian Journal of Anesthesiology and Reanimatology. 2018;(3):58‑63. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/anaesthesiology201803158

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