> With your statements above and Eugene response to them
Hmm, I didn't get Eugene's mail afaik...
> Also, one could think of such a cryo unit as something which a
> suspension team could talk other people through using -- people
> who are on site, but don't have medical or suspension skills.
Good idea. Perhaps you could even use a camera (via the web) for even better feedback in some cases.
> In regard to this, I'd like to see someone attempt just something
> simple first. Afterward, he/she/they could improve upon it, solving
> the perfusion and other problems -- rather than waiting for a perfect
> robot/remote suspension unit. Chances are the latter will develop
> too late for many people..
Yes, it's good to start with a relatively simple model (mainly external cooling, which is presumably the most important), and expand from there (add cryovent, ways to inject medication and finally perfusion equipment). That would certainly be a useful thing to do for local groups.