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Emergency

Automated external defibrillators in the dental office

August 1, 2018
Dental hygiene students win a national award for their research on how dental providers can prepare for a worst-case patient scenario: sudden cardiac arrest

Texas A&M medical students get hands-on tactical military medicine training

September 19, 2017
Veteran and Texas A&M medical student leads tactical combat casualty care course at Fort Hood

A new use for portable ultrasounds in emergency medicine

September 1, 2017
Medical student leads emergency medicine study in Central Texas to get diagnostic momentum in the right direction, sooner

Emergency AmbiCycle™ designed to save lives in tight spots

May 15, 2014

Researchers with the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health have designed an alternative compact transportation device, the AmbiCycle™, complete with the latest in wireless technology to navigate rural areas and move quickly through crowded and narrow city streets.

Emergency AmbiCycle designed to save lives in tight spots

August 27, 2012

From small villages with long dirt roads to crowded cities with traffic at a standstill, maneuvering today’s ambulance during an emergency simply may not be an option. But promptly reaching patients to treat them effectively is nonnegotiable. That’s where the AmbiCycle comes in. An alternative compact transportation device specifically designed to transport patients from the scene to the hospital, it’s about the width of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.