The TTM2 Trial

July 01, 2021 00:26:54
The TTM2 Trial
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
The TTM2 Trial

Jul 01 2021 | 00:26:54

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Show Notes

Current international guidelines recommend TTM for adult patients with ROSC from OHCA who remain comatose or unable to follow verbal commands.  However, the overall level of evidence for this recommendation remains of low certainty.  In this podcast, we discuss the results of the recently published TTM2 Trial and its implications on the management of post-cardiac arrest patients.

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