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Increased Public Access To Defibrillation Could Prove Potentially Cost-Effective And Life-Saving

...ctors, only27 states permitted non-emergency first responders to use AEDs. Only six states-- California, Florida, Maine, Maryland, North Dakota and Texas -- allowed thelay public to use AEDs. "The common sense is still ahead of the science," says Joseph P. Ornato,M.D., a member of the American Heart As...

Meta-Analysis Of The Efficacy Of Sildenafil (ViagraTM) In The Treatment Of Severe Erectile Dysfunction

... as a baseline score of 0 or 1. In thisanalysis, responders were defined as patients who had a score greater t...reater than 4 on maintaining an erection. Placebo responders averaged 8%. Responderswho had a final score increase greater than 1 averaged from 71% to 73%. Acc...

Chill out: it does the heart good

...sing ischemia out of the hospital." High emotional responders had 2.5 times greater incidence of ischemia than thelow responders, as measured by ECG readings. Those with high degrees ofemotional responsivity in both the laboratory tests and the everyday monitoringcombined were at four times greater risk of isc...

Why does an anti-depressant work for some people, but not others?

...ct differences' in the change pattern in brains of responders compared to non-responders on Prozac. Both groups showed changes in ventral limbic sites associated with emotion (mood) AND dorsal cortical regions thought to mediate reason and cognition -- a relationship that was first identified by Dr. Mayberg i...

Health and fitness facilities need defibrillators

...ecent approval of the use of AEDs by trained first responders and adoption of Good Samaritan laws, it is time to get these lifesaving devices in all fitness facilities, he says. At the very least, unsupervised exercise rooms should have a telephone for emergencies, according to the recommendations. Foll...

Placebo, antidepressant may lift depression via common mechanism

...r insula. Brain areas activated in the fluoxetine responders were also somewhat larger. The brain stem and hip...e of changes in these lower brain areas in placebo responders may render them at higher risk for relapse, which several previous clinical studies have shown. Al...

Depressed brains get better on placebo!

... Dr. Mayberg found that while the placebo and drug responders showed remarkably concordant changes in the brain,...ek experiment -- so it is not known if the placebo responders would have remained well following discharge from the hospital....

Hypertension is study focus of $10 million NIH grant to MCG

...lso found that blacks tend to be among the biggest responders to the laboratory stressors. They've shown that in some people, blood pressure remains elevated for long periods after stress, even sometimes through the night, and have identified mechanisms, including increased sodium retention following stress, th...

Detection of bioterrorism viruses brought closer to local sites

...ntly, communication and coordination among all the responders involved in the event," write Drs. Meyer and Morse. Mayo Clinic Proceedings is a peer-reviewed and indexed general internal medicine journal, published for 75 years by Mayo Foundation, with a circulation of 130,000 nationally and internationally....

Powerful burn-prevention video wins national award

... occasions. She notes that hospitals and emergency responders can show it to their own staff, to educate them about the important of rapidly delivered, specialized burn care to increase the chances of survival and good outcomes. However, Pucci emphasizes, "In an Instant" is not a "scared straight" video. Rathe...

Armed with AEDs, police save lives by cutting response time

...udy demonstrates how training police and other lay responders to use AEDs can dramatically improve the outcome of sudden cardiac arrest," says Vinay Nadkarni, M.D., chairman of the American Heart Association's Committee on Emergency Cardiovascular Care. "Because sudden cardiac arrest victims have only a 10- to...

Preparations for terrorist attacks and natural disasters linked, says University of Colorado prof

... Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, he said. Disaster responders learn from previous incidents. The nation also is well-prepared to deal with nuclear-plant accidents following the accident at Three Mile Island. Mileti said the nation is least prepared for threats that haven't yet happened: a nuclear bomb, a huge...

Shocking the heart after prolonged cardiac arrest may be harmful, say Pitt researchers

...s typically the same time frame it takes for first responders to arrive at the scene of a patient in cardiac arrest. After desired level of cardiac arrest was reached, the subjects were treated with one of three strategies: immediate defibrillation; a combination therapy of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) f...

Womens stroke symptoms differ from mens, often arent 'traditional' signs, study finds

... "traditional" stroke symptoms. Because emergency responders and emergency room doctors often go by patients' descriptions and the traditional symptom list when trying to diagnose and treat a suspected stroke, women's symptoms may be overlooked during the precious hours when stroke therapies work best, the res...

Smallpox outbreak response: Targeted vaccination may be almost as effective as mass vaccination

...y in the population, possibly by vaccinating first responders or allowing people to be vaccinated if they so choose, would make a post-attack effort more effective," Halloran said. "Also, at increased levels of immunity in the population, targeting close contacts of smallpox cases may become competitive with ma...

HHS announces new regional centers for biodefense research

...Provide facilities and scientific support to first responders in the event of a national biodefense emergency Each center comprises a lead institution and affiliated institutions located primarily in the same geographical region. The eight institutions receiving an RCE grant and the principal investigator a...

New weapon may help flush stealth stashes of HIV in cells

...esponse in people with HIV, and each of these five responders showed an added immune response in the form of an increase in antiviral T cells that fight against HIV. The people who fared best took HAART and Peptide T simultaneously. "There is a great deal of excitement about CCR5 entry inhibitors, and Pepti...

Public access defibrillator use increasing

.... Use of portable defibrillators by non-emergency responders on victims of cardiac arrest doubled during a four...e community that bought their own AEDs and trained responders registered with the Seattle area's voluntary Community Responder AED Program. In all, 457 AEDs were...

Study shows low risk of vaccinia transfer after smallpox immunization

...se smallpox, we have our first wave of health care responders protected," he says. The vaccine can be administered as long as three to four days after exposure, so health care workers who have been vaccinated could "take care of patients and vaccinate everybody else" in the days following an attack, says Dr. Ta...

Emerging threats in health and medicine

... communities and hospitals. Trauma teams and first responders understand that disasters and medical emergencies can happen in any realm. Not only must our healthcare system be prepared to respond to the threats of terrorists, but they must also be prepared for the non terrorist threats, such as infectious disea...

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