Emergency Medicine

Health Science Center assisting Katrina efforts on multiple fronts

September 6, 2005
 

The Health Science Center is focusing its Hurricane Katrina relief efforts on providing care for critically ill refugees, addressing public health challenges, assisting local and state agencies, accommodating displaced health professional students and residents, and offering research resources to scientists so that vital work is not lost, Francisco G. Cigarroa, M.D., president, said in a campus e-mail Friday.

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Health Science Center to assist Katrina efforts on multiple fronts

September 2, 2005
 

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio will focus its Hurricane Katrina relief efforts on providing care for critically ill refugees, addressing public health challenges, assisting local and state agencies, accommodating displaced health professional students and residents, and offering research resources to scientists so that vital work is not lost, Francisco G. Cigarroa, M.D., president, said in a campus e-mail Friday.

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Experts available to comment on Hurricane Katrina disaster

September 2, 2005
 

Resources for the news media

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Health Science Center forensic dentist on scene in Baton Rouge

September 2, 2005
 

David Senn, D.D.S., a forensic dentist who helped identify victims of September 11 at Ground Zero in New York, is in Baton Rouge, La., as part of a regional team sent to begin the process of identifying victims of Hurricane Katrina.

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Disaster Life Support courses offered in Iraq … and Texas

April 19, 2005
 

The March 16 bomb blast in the streets of Baghdad served as a stark reminder that terrorists can strike anytime, anywhere.

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Lifesaving device now in use from White House to Iraq

February 11, 2005
 

A Lone Star recipe for a revolutionary invention: Start with a great idea in the mind of an emergency room physician.

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