Acta Scientific Medical Sciences (ISSN: 2582-0931)

Mini Review Volume 4 Issue 6

Artificial Human Hibernation: From Hypothermia to Pharmacological Hypobiosis. Part I. History of Hypothermia

Cheboksarov D1*, Muntyan M2 and Anikeev A3

1Associate Professor of the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care with a Course of Medical Rehabilitation of the Medical Institute of RUDN University, Head of the Department of Resuscitation and Intensive Care for Patients with CVA in GBUZ “City Clinical Hospital Named After V.V. Vinogradov DZM", Moscow, Russia
2Resident of the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care with a Course of Medical Rehabilitation of the Medical Institute of RUDN University, Moscow, Russia
36th Grade Student of the Medical Faculty in the RUDN University, Moscow, Russia

*Corresponding Author: Cheboksarov D, Associate Professor of the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care with a Course of Medical Rehabilitation of the Medical Institute of RUDN University, Head of the Department of Resuscitation and Intensive Care for Patients with CVA in GBUZ “City Clinical Hospital Named After V.V. Vinogradov DZM", Moscow, Russia.

Received: March 14, 2020; Published: May 08, 2020

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Abstract

This article is a literature review of the development of human hibernation and highlights the historical aspects of the formation of hypothermia as a method of controlling human metabolism and neuroprotection of the brain in critical conditions.

Keywords:Hibernation; Hypothermia; Hypobiosis; Metabolism

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Citation

Citation: Cheboksarov D., et al. “Artificial Human Hibernation: From Hypothermia to Pharmacological Hypobiosis. Part I. History of Hypothermia". Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 4.6 (2020): 11-14.



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