Poll: Airway Management Options

Poll: Airway Management Options

Article Feb 02, 2018

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This year's hasn't been very effective, particularly against the dangerous H3N2 strain.
Austin company Invisible Fence is donating 42 specialized kits for 'Love Your Pet Day.'
The need for the program was identified after the Pulse nightclub shooting, when multiple consulates contacted the hospital to see if any of their nationals were victims of the attack.
After the flu claimed its fourth pediatric victim in New York City, officials are urging parents to vaccinate their children.
New medicines to fight heart disease and updated guidelines for strokes and high blood pressure are among the top heart disease and stroke advances in 2017.
If an AED fails to restore a patient's normal heart rhythm, EMS personnel call an ECPR alert to the hospital, where cardiologists prepare for treatment.
Hennepin County Medical Center and Regions Hospital have emerged as pioneers in its treatment.
Protesters took to downtown Olympia streets after the death; one person was arrested.
EMTs' CPR also credited; the victim has now made a full recovery.
To protect the population from this severe flu season, visitors under the age of 16 aren't allowed and patients can't have more than two healthy visitors at once.

Feb. 05—Both teams won Monday.

Lt. David Cira and his FDNY EMS team saved a Houston Rockets staffer after getting a call for a person suffering chest pains and dashing from their lower Manhattan station to render aid.

Cira, 38, and two colleagues found the situation was direr than the NBA team thought when they called for help around 11:30 a.m. The man was unconscious near the foul line inside a Basketball City gym off the FDR Drive near Montgomery St.—and the players didn't seem to be aware he'd gone into cardiac arrest.

Robert Coonfield and his wife, Aimee, are raising money for Mended Little Hearts to show support for their young son battling a serious heart condition.
Hospice centers are forced to reserve the preferred form of pain relief for cancer patients and those being taken off of life support.
The University of Charleston School of Pharmacy is offering the medication to first responders so their funds can be used for other important resources.
South Texas Blood & Tissue Center joins partners for ‘Brothers in Arms’ program to bring battlefield advances to civilian trauma care.