Monthly Archives: August 2011

A first time mom wakes up to her seven month-old coughing in her crib. It is a barking cough that sounds painful and is...

Peel Regional Paramedics have enrolled the first case in a North American study intended to determine the impact of an alternate method of cardiopulmonary...

After years of discussion on ways to improve the care provided to patients living with a #tracheostomy, St. Joseph’s Health Centre Toronto (St. Joe’s)...

Like many patients in the Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, the elderly patient was unable to speak....

It’s not often a patient returns to an emergency department just for a tour. But, on a sunny afternoon this past June, Elizabeth Carmichael...

Paramedics from the Greater Toronto Area have been overwhelmingly responsive to the training they have received from midwives in dealing with out-of-hospital birth emergencies....

As a transport medicine organization, #Ornge, like most first response officials and crews, knows firsthand that the consequences of a traumatic injury can be...

Many emergency service and health-care workers who serve the public are routinely exposed to the #trauma of their patients and clients. These workers include...

A unique and richly detailed long-term study of survivors of severe #critical illness requiring intensive care found that even those who were previously healthy,...

An innovative approach to patient care at Rouge Valley Health System (RVHS) is helping to move ambulatory patients more quickly through the emergency department...