Some of the temperatures we’ve experienced this week have been dangerously cold. But doctors at the Fremont Area Medical Center say “cold” isn’t all bad. They’re using a unique technique to actually change and save some heart patients’ lives.
In February’s Health Check report, WOWT’s Serese Cole talks with Cardiologist George Sojka and Clinical Nurse Specialist Rich Pearson about Therapeutic Hypothermia – or what they call “Code Chill.”
Find out how cooling the body works to help increase long term survival and improve the brain function of some of the most critical cardiac arrest patients.
It’s Thursday, February 6 at 5:00 p.m on WOWT Six News.
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