The American Heart Association and UAB team up to present the Southeast’s first professional conference on best resuscitation practices.
Awards were given in four key areas — clinical care, medical education, laboratory research and patient-oriented research projects.
An innovative program to screen patients in UAB’s emergency department helps identify people who don’t know they are positive for the virus that causes AIDS.
Heading to the great outdoors this summer? Here are some tips on how to stay safe in the wilderness or your own backyard.
UAB researchers and EMS providers are working to improve cardiac survival rates in Alabama. While still low, the rate has doubled since the effort began.
UAB scientists say helmets could greatly reduce the number of head traumas, or even death, in a tornado; Noah Stewart wore one when a tornado took him airborne.
UAB joins a multi-site study to see if CPR given without rescue breathing is better or worse than CPR with rescue breathing.
UAB Medicine has named Dennis Stanek its Emergency Management Director.
UAB medical professionals who were in New York on 9-11 when the World Trade Center was attacked remember that day, and the lessons learned.
UAB and its partners in the Resuscitation Consortium release findings on two studies of CPR techniques for first responders in cardiac arrest cases.
UAB researchers say there is a Sepsis Belt that aligns with the well-known Stroke Belt. A new grant will help them ferret out its mysteries.
There’s ticks in them-there woods, and that means the possibility of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, as one UAB patient recently discovered.
One fifth of people with HIV in the U.S. don’t know they are infected; UAB Hospital joins a national effort to decrease the spread of HIV.
There's a new designer drug wreaking havoc across the United States, and even though it sounds innocent, it can be deadly.
When Eldrid Primm went into cardiac arrest, his heart was saved with CPR, but what about his brain? Enter therapeutic hypothermia.