Researchers are testing potentially life-saving techniques for keeping humans in a state of suspended animation while surgeons repair their wounds.
US doctors have developed a method of inducing hypothermia to shut down the body’s functions for up to three hours.
Sydney Morning Herald: Doctors claim suspended animation success
January 25, 2006 at 11:16 pm
Oh great. Next time my surgeon’s golf game interferes with our surgery date he’ll just put me on ice instead of rescheduling!