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Adroit Medical Systems: Online Research Database
Thermo-wrap technology preserves normothermia better than routine thermal care in patients undergoing off-pump coronary artery bypass and is associated with lower immune response and lesser myocardial damage
Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery, Nesher N. 2005; 129:1371-1378

Influence of body core temperature on blood loss and transfusion requirements during off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting: a comparison of 3 warming systems
Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Hofer C.K. April 2005 129:838-43

Evaluation of a modified thermo-wrap for the Allon warming system in patients undergoing elective off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting
Journal of European Anesthesiology, Hofer C.K. 2005 V21

Effects of a circulating-water garment and forced-air warming on body heat content and core temperature
Anesthesiology, Taguchi A. 2004 May 100(5):1058-64

Hypothermic neuroprotection after cardiac arrest - The use of serum specific enolase and S-100B to predict outcome
ERC Symposium Budapest, Friberg H. 2004

Therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest
ERC Symposium Budapest, Karlsson T. 2004

Effectiveness of a circulating-warming garment in rewarming after pediactric cardiac surgery using hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass
Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Motta P. April 2004; online

New Thermoregulatory System Maintains Normothermia During Pediatric Liver Transplantation
IPTA Rio, Steinberg R. 2003 Poster

A novel thermoregulatory system for intraoperative mild hypothermia and rewarming in patients undergoing cerebral aneurysm clipping
Anesthesiology, Berkenstadt H. 2003 October A-269

Avoiding hypothermia during off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting; a comparison of three different warming systems
Anesthesiology, Hofer C.K. 2003 October A-608

Circulating-water garment alone maintains normothermia in micropremies undergoing major surgery
Anesthesiology, Gal M.T. 2003 October A-1441

Strict thermoregulation attenuates myocardial injury during coronary artery bypass graft surgery as refelcted by reduced levels of cardio-specific troponin 1
Anesthesia & Analgesia, Nesher N. 2003 96:328-335

A new thermoregulation system for maintaining perioperative normothermia and attenuating myocardial injury in off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery
Heart Surgery Forum, Nesher N. 2002 #2002-26052

Evaluation of a new automatic body temperature control system
ASA Meeting Abstracts, Taguchi A. 2002 October A-588

Novel feedback controlled circular water system (Allon 2001) is superior to forced warmed air device in maintaining normothermia in infants undergoing major surgery
Anesthesiology, Katz j. 2002 October A-591

ThermoWrap warming of infants undergoing open abdominal and thoracic surgery
ASA Conference Orlando, Sury M.R.J. 2002 Poster

Water warming garment verses forced air warming system in prevention of intraoperative hypothermia during liver transplantation: a randomized controlled trial
BMC Anesthesiology, Janicki P.K. 2002 November 2:7

Maintenance of perioperative normothermia affects immune response regulation during off-pump coronary artery bypass (OPCAB) surgery
Anesthesiology, Nesher N. 2002 96:A504

Comparison of two different temperature maintenance strategies during open abdominal surgery
Anesthesiology, Janicki P.K. 2001 October 95:868-874

Maintenance of normothermia in surgical patients: new technology evaluated
Anesthesiology, Janicki P.K. 2000 October A-386

Utilization of a unique thermoregulation system improves hemodynamic function perioperatively in patients undergoing CABG surgery
Anesthesiology, Nesher N. 2000 october A-308