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2012-12-06 05:04:56

Hospital´s Director of Emergency Management urges facilities to review emergency preparedness plans St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) December 05, 2012 The Med Sled®, an emergency evacuation device manufactured by ARC Products, LLC, was used to safely evacuate patients from NYU Langone Medical Center during Hurricane Sandy. The Med Sled® evacuation sled enabled hospital staff to efficiently evacuate patients from the 18-story hospital using a tethered braking device, which allowed hospital...

2012-10-11 11:24:59

Fibulin-3 represents a sensitive and specific marker for the diagnosis of mesothelioma, offering a potential tool for early diagnosis, monitoring Researchers at NYU School of Medicine have discovered the protein product of a little-known gene may one day prove useful in identifying and monitoring the development of mesothelioma in early stages, when aggressive treatment can have an impact on the progression of disease and patient prognosis. "This gene produces a protein, fibulin-3, that...

2012-08-27 23:01:20

Mitchell Vazquez is an enthusiastic philanthropic donor and believes that every child should have access to education. He attended a public school in Seattle where he excelled academically and athletically. Recently he gave his support to the NYU Langone Medical Center in their effort for expansions to metropolitan hospitals. New York, NY (PRWEB) August 26, 2012 Mitchell Vazquez is an enthusiastic philanthropic donor and believes that every child should have access to education. He attended...

2012-08-21 22:45:22

Treating very young infants with antibiotics may predispose them to being overweight in childhood, according to a study of more than 10,000 children by researchers at the NYU School of Medicine and the NYU Wagner School of Public Service and published in the online August 21, 2012, issue of the International Journal of Obesity. The study found that on average, children exposed to antibiotics from birth to 5 months of age weighed more for their height than children who weren't exposed....


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