New foam could treat victims of internal hemorrhaging - 02/06/2013
The polyurethane polymer forms inside a patient's body upon injection of two liquid phases and molds to a patient's organs. Researchers say that it slows hemorrhaging and resulted in a 72 percent ...
The Merits of Seeking National Accreditation in EMS Education Gordon Kokx, Professor and EMS Program Director at the College of Southern Idaho discusses the value of national programmatic accreditation for EMS Educational Programs. Reasons for seeking accreditation as well as barriers and solutions in achieving accreditation are all discussed in this interview. View tip
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