[12 p.m. 8.20: Update noting that the guidelines were updated and republished in 2012]
[See original HSNewsBeat story, "Clot drug tested with suspected brain injuries" from July 1, 2014.
People hospitalized with a firearm injury are 30 times more likely to return to the hospital with another firearm injury than people hospitalized for other reasons.
Editor's note: The headline and story have been corrected and clarified to convey that the study's measure was the proportion of head injuries among all bicycle-related injuries in the cities studied.
During the summer, emergency department visits jump by about 20 percent at Harborview Medical Center.
[See related Q&A with Dr. Eileen Bulger from July 28.]
Patients who sustain mild traumatic brain injuries can benefit significantly from a 20-minute conversation with a social worker before being discharged from a hospital, according to a recent study led by the University of Washington School of So
“Houses were exploding. The next thing I see is the neighbor’s chimney coming in through our front door. And I turned and I held Duke, and I did not let him go.
Amanda Skorjanc, 25, has been re-admitted to Harborview Medicine Center in satisfactory condition. No interviews at this time.