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Zachary Ginsberg

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine
DUMC 2837, Durham, NC 27710
1557 Duke Hospital South, Durham, NC 27710

Fellowships, Gifts, and Supported Research

Influence of Cooling duration on Efficacy in Cardiac Arrest Patients (ICECAP) · 2021 Duke Site Co-Investigator · NIH/NINDS 4UH3HL145269-02 Meurer (PI); Strategies To Innovate Emergency Care Clinical Trials Network (SIREN) - Network: NIH/ NHLBI/NINDS U24NS100657 Daya (PI) Aims: To determine, in each of two populations of adult comatose survivors of cardiac arrest (those with initial shockable rhythms and those with PEA/asystole), the shortest duration of cooling that provides the maximum treatment effect as determined by a weighted 90 day modified Rankin score and whether increasing durations of cooling are associated with better outcomes or recovery implying efficacy of hypothermia to no cooling.

External Relationships

  • Swaniti Global
  • Zachary Ginsberg Consulting LLC

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