From: Eugene Leitl <email@example.com>
>>Brian D Williams writes:
>> One of Saul Kents companies, 21st Century Medicine, has been
>> working on this for some time. If I remember correctly it
>> involves partial ventilation with an oxygenated flurocarbon.
>> They are specifically developing this for ambulance crews as I
>Had been. After the split, the company specializing in this type
>of technology is CCR. Also, the work is largely completed (though
>there is probably still one or two papers to be churned out using
>existing data). It would be sure nice to develop a portable
>fieldable gadget, but CCR is spread thin personally, while also
>having other fish to catch.
>Also, the awareness for the necessity to apply hypothermia in the
>field and the ER quickly is not yet widespread. Lots of energy
>necessary to bash closed doors open.
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