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Thanks to Therapeutic Hypothermia, Victims of Cardiac Arrest Can Not Only Survive, But Also Have a Heartwarming Story to Tell

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Francine Kaley (foreground) with the team that saved her life. Second row (left to right): Christine Ren, MD, associate professor of surgery and chief of the Division of Bariatric Surgery; David Schwartz, MD, assistant professor of medicine; Lynn Myburgh, RN, administrative coordinator of resuscitation programs. Back row (left to right): Anthony Trinca, RRT, respiratory therapist; Elaine Rowinski, RN, nurse manager; David Fridman, MD, clinical assistant professor of medicine; Barbara Suggs, RN, senior nurse clinician; Danielle Mason, RN, senior staff nurse.

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