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  1. Battered and bruised - kids are shunning rugbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 12 | The New Zealand Herald

    ... well-used to tending to those injured on the rugby field, says Dr Stuart Dalziel who works in paediatric emergency medicine at Starship Hospital. "Rugby injuries are definitely the most common sport injuries we see," he says. "Mainly sprains and ...


  2. Daughter of Hallettsville couple earns masters of physician assistantRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 12 | The Victoria Advocate

    Karrah Southall Oliver received her Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree May 17 in Grand Forks, N.D. She has accepted a position with Sanford Health as a physician assistant-certified in family medicine and emergency medicine.


  3. Germantown boy raises money with lemonade stand to fight childhood cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 29 | TBD.com

    A ten year-old Germantown boy will be manning a lemonade stand over the weekend.


  4. Comprehensive Overview of Nursing and Interdisciplinary...Read the original story

    Oct 1, 2010 | Circulation

    ... at 6.5 million. Mortality rates in the first 30 days after stroke have decreased because of advances in emergency medicine and acute stroke care. In addition, there is strong evidence that organized postacute, inpatient stroke care delivered within ...


  5. Hands-Only CPR DeviceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 6, 2010 | KFYR-TV Bismarck

    ... that can take five to eight minutes to get there and meantime, you can help keep this person alive," says emergency medicine doctor, Robert Tober. "It says to you who may not have had CPR, who may have had CPR two or three years ago and you don't ...


  6. Daycare center closes 2 classrooms after baby who attended came down with measlesRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 12 | The Wichita Eagle

    Princeton Children’s Center has closed two classrooms for babies until July 24 after an infant who attends the daycare facility came down with measles, the Sedgwick County Health Department said Saturday in a news release.


  7. Snorting Of Caffeine Powder Becoming Dangerous TrendRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 12 | MyFoxPhilly

    ... Some people think snorting caffeine powder through a $100 bill like cocaine is a big joke. But emergency medicine specialist Dr. Robert Glatter says it can be dangerous and even deadly because too much can trigger a seizure in some people. He says ...


  8. Lifeguard training company won't abandon use of controversial techniqueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 11 | Click2Houston

    ... is being taught right now by the major accrediting organizations," Dr. Cesar Aristeiguieta, Director of Emergency Medicine at Memorial Hermann Memorial City, said. The technique in question is the Heimlich Maneuver, well-known, and generally ...


  9. Text message medicine: Texts from the ER can reduce binge drinkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 11 | Science Daily

    ... a visit to the emergency department, according to a study published online yesterday in Annals of Emergency Medicine. "Each day in the U.S., more than 50,000 adults ages 18 to 24 visit ERs and up to half have hazardous alcohol use patterns," said ...


  10. Paul Costanzo: Survey to track illness, injury during Mackinac raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 11 | Times Herald

    Thomas Kopp wants to make the Mackinac Race safer. Not that it isn't remarkably safe already, but the Port Huron native and chief resident of emergency medicine at Mercy St. Vincent's Medical Center in Toledo knows nothing can ever be too safe.


  11. Why you may want to stop using spray sunscreensRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 11 | KFOR-TV Oklahoma City

    Dr. Jaime Marchand, emergency medicine specialist said, "those small particles can get into the lungs and irritate the lungs especially children that are prone to asthma, bronchitis, or other respiratory diseases."


  12. Northwestern doctor got big kick traveling with USMNT to World CupRead the original story

    Friday Jul 11 | Chicago Sun-Times

    Dr. George Chiampas, emergency room physician at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, was that and much more at this year's whirlwind competition in Sao Paulo.


  13. Doctors warn against spray sunscreensRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 11 | WTHR-TV Indianapolis

    ... especially children that are prone to asthma, bronchitis, or other respiratory diseases," explained emergency medicine specialist Dr. Jaime Marchand. Warning signs like a cough, shortness of breath, turning blue around the lips and signs of ...


  14. UF Health, Mayo Clinic educate on strokesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 4 | News 4 Jax

    ... available in our community in an effort to support our regional EMS community," said Charles Graham, an emergency medicine physician at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville. A stroke is caused by a clot or hemorrhage that interferes with blood flow in the ...


  15. Vet in VA hospital cafeteria dies waiting for ambulanceRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 3 | Detroit News

    It took a half an hour for the ambulance to be dispatched and take the man from one building to the other, which is about a five-minute walk, officials at the hospital said.


  16. Kings Mill life saving expert in new roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 3 | Mansfield Chad

    Consultant in Emergency Medicine at King's Mill Hospital Mr Vikas Sodiwala has been elected as an Advanced Life Support regional representative for the Resuscitation Council UK.


  17. Free home safety checks for York County seniorsRead the original story

    Jun 18, 2014 | SeacoastOnline

    In recognition of National Safety Month, the Home Instead Senior Care offices serving York County are offering free home safety checks for area seniors.


  18. Arlington family files malpractice suit after wrong kidney removedRead the original story

    Jun 11, 2014 | Star-Telegram.com

    When Glenn Hermes learned that he had cancer in one kidney early last year, he agreed to have surgery to remove his left kidney before it had a chance to spread.


  19. Thirteen Hospitals Revolutionize Stroke Clinical ResearchRead the original story

    Mar 16, 2014 | Stanford

    ... to offer access to the full range of specialties that are involved in stroke care. These include: emergency medicine, neurosurgery, interventional neuroradiology, vascular neurology, neurointensive care, neuroimaging, stroke rehabilitation and ...


  20. Medical Team from Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Lucile Packard...Read the original story

    Nov 19, 2013 | Stanford

    ... provide support in this way, in any way possible," said Colin Bucks, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Associate Director of the Stanford Emergency Medicine Program for Emergency Response (SEMPER). "This is a tremendous ...