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Mark Wangrin's heart rate was registering at 240 beats per minute. He thought it was a glitch and kept going. Soon after, he collapsed.
Dr. Leonard Cobb will be remembered for being a co-founder of the Seattle Fire Medic One program and for helping to create bystander CPR training.
After suffering cardiac arrest, Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin is teaming up with the American Heart Association to promote CPR training.
Dr. Eugene Nagel passed away peacefully on January 10, 2023. He is survived by his wife Joan, three children and six grandchildren.
Bills safety Damar Hamlin said he returned to Buffalo “with a lot of love on my heart” to continue his recovery in a hospital there.
RSV Treatments for Young Kids Are Lacking, but the 2022 Cold and Flu Season Highlights the Urgency for Vaccines
RSV is a common respiratory virus that circulates every fall and winter and is a common cause of lung infections in young children.
It’s all in a day’s work for two Kansas City police officers who saved a one-month-old infant after she stopped breathing while battling RSV.
Children’s hospitals in parts of the U.S. are seeing a surge in RSV, an illness that can cause severe breathing problems for babies.
More pets in Colorado will be saved after a life-saving donation by Furry Paws Daycare to the Cañon City Area Fire Protection District and AMR.
Pulmodyne, Inc., and fluidics-based MedTech company, fluidIQ, Inc., announced a global licensing and joint research and development agreement.
A pilot program allowed school nurses to give albuterol to almost any child experiencing an asthma attack.
Illinois children’s hospitals are seeing a surge of kids with respiratory illnesses, leaving some hunting for beds.
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