Evaluating therapeutic hypothermia: parental perspectives should be explicitly represented in future research

THE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF RANDOMIZED controlled trials by Tagin et al in this issue of the Archives1 confirms therapeutic hypothermia, or cooling, as a major advance for infants with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). The evidence, achieved during 2 decades of international collaboration, reflects great credit on the neonatal community, parents, researchers, funding agencies, and providers of health care.

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