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Human patient put in suspended animation for the first time

engadget Wednesday, 20 November 2019 ()
Scientists (and sci-fi fans) have been talking about suspended animation for years. The idea that the functions of the human body can somehow be put on "pause" while life-saving medical procedures are performed (or a person is sent into space, a la A...
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BALTIMORE— Doctors have put at least one human in suspended animation, the New Scientist reports. They performed it as part of a trial to save gunshot or stabbing victims who may have minutes to live. Maryland University researcher Samuel Tisherman told the New Scientist that traumatic...

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