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Detection & Diagnostic Systems: Computer model of a kidney being cooled by ice slurry

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Keywords: medical protective cooling, ice slurry coolant, protective cooling of organs, targeted internal cooling, protective hypothermia

Computer model of a kidney being cooled by ice slurry. The kidney is initially at a uniform 37 C / 98.6 F (red) and is cooled over its entire surface by coating it with ice slurry at 0 C/ 32 F (blue). The model was created by Jimmy Chang using the ABAQUS computational code.
Argonne Uses ABAQUS to Guide Development and Application of Ice Slurries for Kidney Cooling [376KB] - from ABAQUS Insights Feb/March 2007

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Computer model of a kidney being cooled by ice slurry
Produced on: 12/01/08
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