Ways of development of the problem of recovery

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Currently known for many basic laws, allowing to understand the processes of decay and restore the vital functions of the organism. However, the problem is deep and complex, and almost we are only at its source.
It is clear that the first and the main condition for further development of this problem - a comprehensive experimental and clinical study. The deeper we will study the process of dying and restore the vital functions, the more successful will be the fight against premature and unfounded" by dying.
Above we have covered the issue of artificial hypothermia, about successes achieved in this area of research. Have to study the mechanism of action of different drugs, creating a person a condition similar to hibernation (hibernation) and yet not causing so deep oppression of the Central and peripheral nervous system, which slows down, and in some cases makes it impossible for recovery. It would be extremely important, for example, to brake through these drugs dying process and thus to gain time during which it is possible to hold a revival, and count on a complete and stable recovery of the organism.
We now can put the body in such a deep sleep that is difficult even called life, but which nevertheless allows the organism to survive the most difficult and terrible period for him.
Still very little understood the question about electrical stimulation of the heart that has died. In this direction also have a lot of interesting and promising research.
Still almost not solved the issues on the ways of strengthening of oxidative processes in tissues, sharply affected at the time of death and in the initial stage of a recovery.
There is no doubt that in the future the treatment of clinical death will be conducted through the use cardiac massage in combination with arterial injection of blood, defibrillation and artificial respiration.
When in the middle of the last century French scientist Broun-Sekar conducted experiments on the revival cut off from the body of the head of the animal, he enjoyed regular syringes that have introduced the blood in the blood vessels leading to the brain. The blood of the eternal thus arose independently, that is without any suction. In the future began to feel the idea on creation of special machines, replacement heart, who would be able to pump blood into the body and suck it out of this body. So there was devices Ludwig Schmidt (1868), Freisa and Gubela (1885), Jacobi (1895), Brody (1903).
In 1928, was designed apparatus Del Schuster, designed mainly for the study of the functions of the heart of mammals. In the same year in the Soviet Union S. C. Bryukhonenko proposed a device, called autojector. All these devices are built in different ways, but the principle them in a common one with the help of pumps, rubber balloons or membranes they can perform artificial circulation, that is to pump blood into any insulated body and then to suck it out of this body.
Advanced modern devices that are most often are called perfusion devices, or "artificial heart - lung, far away from a technical perspective from above. They are complex machines, in which the main part are not mechanisms, push the blood, and saturate the blood with oxygen. The blood in these machines are maximally protected from destruction. This artificial heart creates conditions circulation approaching the conditions of a living organism.