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Emmanuel Cauchy, Christopher B Davis, Mathieu Pasquier, Eric F Meyer, Peter H Hackett
Despite advances in outdoor clothing and medical management of frostbite, individuals still experience catastrophic amputations. This is a particular risk for those in austere environments, due to resource limitations and delayed definitive treatment. The emerging best therapies for severe frostbite are thrombolytics and iloprost. However, they must be started within 24 hours after rewarming for recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (rt-PA) and within 48 hours for iloprost. Evacuation of individuals experiencing frostbite from remote environments within 24 to 48 hours is often impossible...
March 2016: Wilderness & Environmental Medicine
Leigh K Murray, Ronald Otterstetter, Matthew D Muller, Ellen L Glickman
OBJECTIVE: To explore the effect of aspirin on the thermoregulatory responses of men during exposure to 12°C air (acute cold exposure) for a period of 120 minutes and recovery in 25°C air (rewarming) for 120 minutes. METHODS: Seven male subjects (26.1 ± 2.4 yr) underwent pre-experimental testing to determine peak VO(2) and body composition. Participants underwent 3 trials in which they ingested the following for 1 week prior to each experimental trial: a capsule filled with cellulose (placebo), 81 mg · day(-1) of aspirin (low-dose aspirin), or 650 mg · day(-1) of aspirin (high-dose aspirin)...
December 2011: Wilderness & Environmental Medicine
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