Dr. Eileen Bulger with an ECMO machine
February 8, 2018

The Seattle Times recently chronicled lifesaving meas

February 7, 2018

The Seattle Times chronicles the chain of events in two cases in which trauma patients' lives were saved with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation machines.

January 17, 2018

The outreach was led by nurse Maria Paulsen, who manages Washington's "Stop the Bleed" program, and Dr. Eileen Bulger, chief of trauma at Harborview Medical Center. The was sponsored by the American College of Surgeons.

Finally, Western Washington’s extended summer is giving way to autumn. And with that, ICU nurses are bracing for the predictable increase in falls from ladders and roofs.

In a one-hour window at Harborview Medical Center, Maria Paulsen moves between gurneys of five people with apparently serious wounds – from a motorcycle crash, a car crash, a gunshot, a stabbing and a burn.

The last time Sean Maloney’s legs worked, they straddled his motocross in midair at the Riverdale Raceways in southwest Washington. Maloney, then 18, launched himself from the earth and landed badly, his life irrevocably changed.

SLIDESHOW: Each year thousands of workers are killed and millions more injured or diseased because of their jobs. Yesterday April 29  the University of Washington commemorated Worker Memorial Day to honor those who died in 2014 from a work-relat

For Andrew Taylor, a molecular biologist and Seattle resident, attending last week’s community conversation about a trauma study to be held at Harborview Medical Center stemmed from an experience in his past.

[12 p.m. 8.20: Update noting that the guidelines were updated and republished in 2012]


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