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Cooling from scene of incident, through transport, to the Emergency Department, Cath Lab, and Intensive Care Unit.

“For every 30 minute delay in reaching target temperature, there was a 17% greater odds of poor versus good outcome.”*

Time Is Life

For every hour to first cooling, the relative hazard of death increases 29%. Cath Lab Digest, Vol 17, Nov 01 2009


American Heart Association Class IA Guideline: Cooling should be initiated as soon as possible after ROSC. American Heart Association Circulation.2010; 122: S656

10 Seconds & Done

● Meets new A.H.A. guidelines ● Consistent from patient to patient ● Quickest proven way to cool the brain from incident to I.C.U. ● Non-hazardous and latex free