In 20 years, only 92 gold-standard studies have been done for cardiac arrest, though it happens a staggering 535,000 times annually in the U.S.
Emergency & Trauma Care
Investigating a country’s alcohol-associated injury rate — and the groups most at risk — can help improve emergency care and inform public health policy, a U-M expert says.
Simulations of emergency situations in a controlled, calm and safe environment can help train smarter physicians. See how.
Investigators are gathering to support technical developments, and translational and clinical research, for use in the critical hours just after TBIs occur.
Two tools may help with public health emergency response: real-time surveys of providers on the front lines, and a new framework for capturing successes and learning from failures.
All facets of a health care system must be trained and ready for patients after a major crisis. A U-M study examines one hospital’s best practices.