FIGURE 12. MedCool rapid head-cooling device (figure 1, p. 461).

FIGURE 12MedCool rapid head-cooling device194 (figure 1, p. 461)

Reproduced from Am J Emerg Med27. Wandaller C, Holzer M, Sterz F, Wandaller A, Arrich J, Uray T, et al. Head and neck cooling after cardiac arrest results in lower jugular bulb than esophageal temperature, 460–5, 2009, with permission from Elsevier.

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

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