i hope the death of hanumanthapa should bring about some change in how live frozen tissue should be thawed. Bringing it to room temperature would be akin to bringing up a diver to surface immediately. A theoretical question arises that he survived in ice for 5 days but died in ICU in 2 days. Had he been left there would he have lived longer ?.The moment the dead tissue is thawed the massive rhabdomyolysis would certainly overwhelm the kidneys. The dead inflammatory bye products would circulate causing antigen antibody reaction and would need to be cleaned in stages. slowly and slowly rather than putting in a warm saline drip immediately.what do you say?