To investigate the link between thunderstorms and ER visits, researchers analyzed lots of data from the National Weather Service and Medicare.
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More than 2.5 million glass table injuries are reported each year. New research gauges the scope of the problem and indicates a solution.
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A wearable device could one day help EMTs, medics, and ER doctors assess blood loss to better treat victims of accidents, gunshots, and battle injuries.
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New research on ICU beds in hospitals reveals how starkly a person's ZIP code affects access to COVID-19 care.
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With news that the US bought almost the entire global supply of remdesivir, new research shows the drug saves more lives in places with overwhelmed ICUs.
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Calls for emergency medical services have dropped 26.1% since March, but EMS-attended deaths have doubled, research finds.
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There are big gaps between urban and rural care for strokes in the US, new research shows. In remote areas, death rates are 21% higher than in cities.
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An expert discusses why these strokes are increasingly occurring in younger people with COVID-19 and the precautionary measures that can help save their lives.
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The risk of delaying care for a stroke is much greater than the risk of contracting COVID-19, says Akash Kansagra.
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Patients transported to the hospital in air ambulances may get a shock later when they receive a "surprise bill," a new study shows.
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