A new study analyzes the potential transmission risk of airborne respiratory pathogens during bystander-initiated cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR.
Emergency & Trauma Care
Findings could help hospitals improve emergency department care and follow up for people aged 50 to 80.
Emergency physicians sharing personal messages has across-the-board impact, randomized simulation finds.
Critical care researchers and veterans are bringing devices used to stop hemorrhage bleeds on the battlefield to civilian life.
Researchers have created an experimental device that, instead of inhibiting inflammatory proteins in COVID-19 patients, changes the phenotype of circulating white blood cells, helping wean two patients off ECMO.
Suspected overdose deaths and naloxone rescue attempts by EMS up sharply in Michigan compared with 2019; first responders and public health agencies hail new system for timely data.