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Figure 3

From: Seventy-two hours of mild hypothermia after cardiac arrest is associated with a lowered inflammatory response during rewarming in a prospective observational study

Figure 3

Interleukin 10 levels during hypothermia and after rewarming. Graph shows levels of the anti-inflammatory cytokine interleukin 10 (IL-10) in arterial blood samples from ten patients during hypothermia (0 to 72 hours) and after rewarming (72 to 114 hours). Values are medians (black lines in boxes), 25th to 75 interquartile ranges (boxes) and minimums and maximums (whiskers). *Statistically significant compared to time 0.

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