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Permissive hypotension/New York lungCotton, Chris (SAAS) email@example.com
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Dr Stephen Bernard from Victoria, Australia (who is also very closely connected with the ambulance service there) was in the process of setting one up (blunt trauma and fluid/delayed/minimal fluid) a few months back that was looking at involving a few of the other Australian states as well, i think. (He also did a study that was published last year in the NEJM on hypothermia post cardiac arrest - and who is also incidentally, i believe about to commence another of those ones too, starting with a different cooling method in the field) I'm not sure if either are off the ground or not. I haven't spoken with him for a while. His address for correspondence is: Stephen.Bernard@dhs.vic.gov.au I may not have the current state of play on what is happening with his work, but he is very proactive and i wish we had more people like him over here. He is very approachable and i'm sure he would welcome your enquiry. Regards, Chris Cotton Intensive Care Paramedic South Australia. In reply to: Message: 1 From: "Nicholas Adams" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Permissive hypotension/New York lung Date: Fri, 21 Feb 2003 22:11:08 +0000 Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org I would be very interested to here about this trial "in the pipeline" - where and who...