Letter by Wu et al Regarding Article, “Hydrogen Inhalation During Normoxic Resuscitation Improves Neurological Outcome in a Rat Model of Cardiac Arrest Independently of Targeted Temperature Management”
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To the Editor:
We read with great interest the recent article by Hayashida et al1 concerning “hydrogen (H2) inhalation for post–cardiac arrest syndrome during normoxic resuscitation.” Their excellent study on this important subject deserves applause. However, we have some concerns about the strength of their conclusion that H2 inhalation begun after normoxic resuscitation improves neurological outcome independently of targeted temperature management (TTM) in a rat model of cardiac arrest (CA).
It is well known that TTM decreases mortality and improves …