Author: KATHRYN H./Monday, February 04, 2019
Week of Feb. 4, 2019
Barnes-Jewish Hospital cardiothoracic surgeon Marc Moon, MD, and clinical nurse specialist Kristen Seymour appeared on the KTVI-TV morning show Feb. 4 to talk about the importance of learning to look for and use an automatic external defibrillator (AED) in case of emergency.
Becker's Orthopedic and Spine Review noted Feb. 5 that St. Louis Children's Hospital neurosurgeon T.S.Park, MD, performed his 4,000th selective dorsal rhizotomy case.
SLCH nurse practitioner and University of Missouri St. Louis nursing professor Elise Schaller answered questions about the flu for the UMSLDaily on Feb. 4.
Washington University emergency physician at BJH Gary Gaddis, MD, told KSDK-TV Feb. 5 that wild swings in temperature won't make you sick, but can make your allergies worse.
ABC's Good Morning America shared the story Feb. 6 of the Highland, Illinois, mom who donated a kidney at BJH to a police officer after seeing a story about him on KTVI-TV.
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