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Sudden cardiac arrest (no pulse and no breathing) is one of the leading causes of death in the nation.
More than half of the patients who suffer sudden cardiac arrest do so outside of a hospital. Nationwide the success rates of resuscitation from out of hospital cardiac arrest are in the single digits.
This has led Lancaster County Emergency Medical Services to add the treatment procedure called “induced cooling by EMS,” or ICE, which involves reducing the body temperature of patients who are resuscitated from non-traumatic cardiac arrest.
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