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Music helps soothe patients during cast room procedures

Bone breakage usually requires immediate and direct medical intervention. Although casts don't heal broken bones on their own, they hold the affected area in place so the body can heal itself naturally. However, cast room procedures generally cause anxiety in patients, which...

source: By Dorothy L. Tengler
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There's a story Dr. Sheldon Cheskes likes to tell: You've been riding with the same friends for 20 years, going out bike riding on trails. One day, 10 minutes into the ride, one of your friends collapses, falling off his bike. He's unresponsive, not breathing, in cardiac...

source: Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

Some medical students are preaching the benefits of practising in small communities, echoing requests from hospitals across the country for doctors to put down rural roots. Several students attending the 26th Annual Rural and Remote...

source: CBC News

Some six million Canadians are estimated to have mild to severe allergic rhinitis with more than two million suffering from asthma (one of the most common causes of emergency department visits, as well as school and work absenteeism.) Almonte pharmacist Jean-Paul Legault...

source: National Post

Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH) emergency department physician Dr. Jeff Hussey walks through the triage room of the hospital's new emergency department. He moves past a cardboard sink and along the plastic walls, taking stock...

source: Grand Forks Gazette


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