Monthly Archives: August 2005

Physicians in Ontario community hospitals have a vital link to the resources of larger, more specialized hospitals in their region and the province, thanks...

Chris "Beezer" Armstrong knows from experience that the road to recovery can be a long one for burn survivors. A former patient of Hamilton...

When it comes to preparing for emergencies, Kingston's hospitals are positioning themselves well. At KGH, a multi-disciplinary Emergency Planning Committee is in its second...

After years of planning and preparation, the first six months of 2005 have seen an unprecedented amount of change to emergency services in London....

There is a bevy of beeping machinery, miles and miles of tubes and numerous multidisciplinary health-care professionals busying themselves caring for about 15 critically...

An electrocardiogram indicating an ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) requires either the administration of a thrombolytic such as tenectaplase (TNK) or a percutaneous...

The first ever Canadian Burn Survivor Conference held May 4 to7th, 2005 in Winnipeg, Manitoba was hosted by the Mamingwey Burn Survivor Society, with...

Shiela Olley When patients come to a hospital emergency department, they are often anxious and in pain or distress. They want to receive medical attention...

Nearly 30 years ago, the first urgent care centres, (UCCs) started popping up throughout the province to assist the community hospitals. Alhtough...

The Critical Care Unit of any hospital is an intense workplace environment for all healthcare professionals-for a lot of reasons. The number of patients...