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FIGURE 27. 1, Rubber helmet; 2, rubber tubing; 3, tap to run water into serpentine coil (4) in a case (5) with insulation (6).

FIGURE 27

1, Rubber helmet; 2, rubber tubing; 3, tap to run water into serpentine coil (4) in a case (5) with insulation (6). The waste runs out into a washbasin220 (p. 47, translated from Russian). Reproduced with permission from Reut NI. [Technic of continuous therapeutic craniocerebral hypothermia in acute craniocerebral injury.] [Russian.] Ortop Travmatol Protez 1970;31:47–8.

From: Appendix 7, Non-invasive head-cooling methods and devices

Cover of Systematic Review of Head Cooling in Adults After Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke
Systematic Review of Head Cooling in Adults After Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke.
Health Technology Assessment, No. 16.45.
Harris B, Andrews PJD, Murray GD, et al.
© 2012, Crown Copyright.

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