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14-year-old Killed in School Shooting in Canada

...o find the 14-year-old in serious condition from a gunshot wound. He later died at a hospital. The police went into the school with tear gas, crowbars and sledgehammers in the expectation that the gunman was still in the school, possibly trying to hide among the other students. Finally no arrest was effect...

US Soldiers to Be Trained in Critical Medical Care

...medical care given immediately after injuries like gunshot wounds and those caused by improvised explosive devices could mean the difference between life and death. Simple lifesaving techniques could cut down on long-term injuries and deaths, they said."The most critical 10 minutes in a soldier's care in com...

Research to Protect Accident Victims from Epilepsy

...juries every year from car or bike crashes, falls, gunshot wounds and other trauma. As the damaged brain tries to rewire itself -- a crucial process called plasticity -- misfiring circuitry can form. Injured neurons can make new connections in wrong places, or overly excitable connections. Even the brain's...

Guns, Knives - Main Cause for Hospital Emergencies

...f 15 and 24. The overall deaths in Ontario from gunshot wounds and stabbings during that year accounted to 56 (26 deaths from knives and 30 deaths from guns). The team said that, given the numbers and extent of the problem, it warrants further research and we are planning to follow the incidence of pene...

Retinal Hemorrhage: No More a Sure Sign of Child Abuse

...e variety of conditions such as falls, car wrecks, gunshot wounds, drug overdose, meningitis and ruptured aneurysms may result in retinal hemorrhage, making it an unreliable indicator of child abuse. The study was conducted on nearly than 700 cases that had presented for autopsy examination. Other conditio...

Sci-Fi to come true in OT’s: Patients treated with blood drawn out

...ethod could be adopted would be in saving lives of gunshot and car accident victims and patients suffering other life-threatening wounds that have caused severe blood loss. The fundamental behind this unique method is to cool the body to temperatures where the oxygen needs of the body are minimum and avoid...

Risk Of Developing Infections High In Patients Who Suffer From Abdominal Trauma

...oing surgery for abdominal trauma, especially from gunshot wounds or blunt force are at risk for developing infections // in the abdomen after surgery show results of a recent study. The records of 762 patients with abdominal trauma who underwent surgery and were admitted to a trauma center between November...

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