Global Experts in Patient Temperature Modulation Therapy to Meet at Event Sponsored by Cincinnati Sub-Zero

An influential gathering of doctors, researchers, and emergency medicine professionals will convene in December to review successful applications of therapeutic hypothermia and patient temperature modulation in improving mortality rates and quality of life.

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we, all, are increasingly aware of the exceptional opportunity bestowed to us. We intend to embrace all effort in advancing global understanding of this area of therapeutic medicine.

Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) November 8, 2007

An influential gathering of doctors, researchers, and emergency medicine professionals will convene in December to review successful applications of therapeutic hypothermia and patient temperature modulation in improving mortality rates and quality of life.

The 1st Annual International Therapeutic Temperature Management Congress (TTM Congress) will be held in Cancun, Mexico from December 4-7, 2007. An array of expert presentations, question-and-answer sessions, panels, roundtables, and debates will maximize communication of therapy research, guidelines, and best practices in addressing myocardial injury and cardiac arrest, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain and other head injury, stroke, asphyxia, and infection.

“As the event agenda reaches finalization and registration heightens,” said Dr. Kees Polderman, Vice Chairman, Department of Intensive Care, University Medical Center, Utrecht, Netherlands, and Lead Faculty of the Congress, “we, all, are increasingly aware of the exceptional opportunity bestowed to us. We intend to embrace all effort in advancing global understanding of this area of therapeutic medicine.”

Leading investigators and practitioners from countries that include the US, Canada, Australia, and the Netherlands as well as individuals associated with institutions that include the National Naval Medical Center, Duke University Medical Center, University of California San Diego Stroke Center, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and Columbia University Medical Center will discuss the latest test and trial data along with trends and distinctions in population, age, and gender application.

Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ), a developer of advanced patient temperature management systems, including highly effective and efficient cooling products, is an unrestricted educational grant sponsor for the event. “The superior quality of the individual participants is surpassed only by the remarkable mindshare of the group as a whole,” said Mark Beran, Vice President and General Manager of CSZ Medical. “The exclusive exchange of clinical information and thought leadership about to take place makes the Congress a precedent-setting occurrence in the medical community’s adoption of these remarkable therapies.”

More information on the event, including registration information, is available at http://www.ttmcongress.com.

About Cincinnati Sub-Zero and Cincinnati Sub-Zero, Medical Division:
The parent of three separate divisions, Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ) is a leading manufacturer and provider of temperature management products for medical and industrial needs. Cincinnati Sub-Zero, Medical Division has delivered patient temperature management systems to healthcare professionals since 1963, always designed with the patient in mind. The complete line of products includes therapeutic heat therapy, cold therapy units along with a complete line of warming blankets and cooling blankets for body temperature regulation and hyper-hypothermia treatment. Please visit http://www.cszinc.com to learn more about CSZ and http://www.cszmedical.com to learn more about CSZ Medical.

Forward-Looking Statements:
Except for statements of historical fact, the matters discussed in this press release are forward-looking and reflect numerous assumptions and involve a variety of risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond our control and may cause actual results to differ materially from stated expectations. We undertake no obligation to release publicly the results of any revisions to these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances arising after the date hereof.

Contact:
Watermark Research Partners for Cincinnati Sub-Zero
Robin Piazza
317.576.1818
http://www.watermarkrs.com

Source
Cincinnati Sub-Zero, Medical Division
http://www.cszmedical.com

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