Body Temperature, Heart Rate, and Short-Term Outcome of Cooled Infants

K. Tsuda, S. Iwata, T. Mukai, J. Shibasaki, A. Takeuchi, T. Ioroi, H. Sano, N. Yutaka, A. Takahashi, Toshiki Takenouchi, S. Osaga, T. Tokuhisa, S. Takashima, H. Sobajima, M. Tamura, S. Hosono, M. Nabetani, O. Iwata

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Therapeutic hypothermia following neonatal encephalopathy is neuroprotective. However, approximately one in two cooled infants still die or develop permanent neurological impairments. Further understanding of variables associated with the effectiveness of cooling is important to improve the therapeutic regimen. To identify clinical factors associated with short-term outcomes of cooled infants, clinical data of 509 cooled infants registered to the Baby Cooling Registry of Japan between 2012 and 2014 were evaluated. Independent variables of death during the initial hospitalization and survival discharge from the cooling hospital at ≤28 days of life were assessed. Death was associated with higher Thompson scores at admission (p < 0.001); higher heart rates after 3-72 hours of cooling (p < 0.001); and higher body temperature after 24 hours of cooling (p = 0.002). Survival discharge was associated with higher 10 minutes Apgar scores (p < 0.001); higher blood pH and base excess (both p < 0.001); lower Thompson scores (at admission and after 24 hours of cooling; both p < 0.001); lower heart rates at initiating cooling (p = 0.003) and after 24 hours of cooling (p < 0.001) and lower average values after 3-72 hours of cooling (p < 0.001); higher body temperature at admission (p < 0.001); and lower body temperature after 24 hours and lower mean values after 3-72 hours of cooling (both p < 0.001). Survival discharge was best explained by higher blood pH (p < 0.05), higher body temperature at admission (p < 0.01), and lower body temperature and heart rate after 24 hours of cooling (p < 0.01 and <0.001, respectively). Lower heart rate, higher body temperature at admission, and lower body temperature during cooling were associated with favorable short-term outcomes.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)76-85
Number of pages10
JournalTherapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management
Volume9
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019 Mar 1

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Keywords

  • body temperature
  • heart rate
  • selective-head cooling
  • therapeutic hypothermia
  • whole-body cooling

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  • Critical Care and Intensive Care Medicine
  • Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine

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Tsuda, K., Iwata, S., Mukai, T., Shibasaki, J., Takeuchi, A., Ioroi, T., ... Iwata, O. (2019). Body Temperature, Heart Rate, and Short-Term Outcome of Cooled Infants. Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management, 9(1), 76-85. https://doi.org/10.1089/ther.2018.0019

Body Temperature, Heart Rate, and Short-Term Outcome of Cooled Infants. / Tsuda, K.; Iwata, S.; Mukai, T.; Shibasaki, J.; Takeuchi, A.; Ioroi, T.; Sano, H.; Yutaka, N.; Takahashi, A.; Takenouchi, Toshiki; Osaga, S.; Tokuhisa, T.; Takashima, S.; Sobajima, H.; Tamura, M.; Hosono, S.; Nabetani, M.; Iwata, O.

In: Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management, Vol. 9, No. 1, 01.03.2019, p. 76-85.

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Tsuda, K, Iwata, S, Mukai, T, Shibasaki, J, Takeuchi, A, Ioroi, T, Sano, H, Yutaka, N, Takahashi, A, Takenouchi, T, Osaga, S, Tokuhisa, T, Takashima, S, Sobajima, H, Tamura, M, Hosono, S, Nabetani, M & Iwata, O 2019, 'Body Temperature, Heart Rate, and Short-Term Outcome of Cooled Infants', Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 76-85. https://doi.org/10.1089/ther.2018.0019
Tsuda, K. ; Iwata, S. ; Mukai, T. ; Shibasaki, J. ; Takeuchi, A. ; Ioroi, T. ; Sano, H. ; Yutaka, N. ; Takahashi, A. ; Takenouchi, Toshiki ; Osaga, S. ; Tokuhisa, T. ; Takashima, S. ; Sobajima, H. ; Tamura, M. ; Hosono, S. ; Nabetani, M. ; Iwata, O. / Body Temperature, Heart Rate, and Short-Term Outcome of Cooled Infants. In: Therapeutic Hypothermia and Temperature Management. 2019 ; Vol. 9, No. 1. pp. 76-85.
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