Medical Spotlight 8/9/10 "Heart Attack Response Time"
You might as well start a timer when someone has a heart attack. When that clock starts ticking, every minute counts.
The federal standard for hospitals to treat the worst heart attack patients is 90 minutes.
In the Medical Spotlight, Laura Fish, M.D., an emergency physician at North Florida Regional Medical Center explains to TV 20's David Snyder why her hospital posts its success rate for the world to see.
- Medical Spotlight 7/4/11 "Heart Replacement Testing"
- Medical Spotlight 2/7/11 "Diagnosing Heart Attacks"
- Family Spotlight 1/20/11 "Tax Time"
- Interview with Dr. Steven Roark about Heart Attack Treatment Time
- Medical Spotlight: Understanding Heart Health
- Medical Spotlight: Saving Lives With The World's Smallest Heart Pump
- Medical Spotlight: Heart Disease
- Medical Spotlight: 20 Hearts On 20
- Gender Gap in Diagnosis and Outcome of Heart Attacks
- Medical Spotlight 3/29/10 "Incontinence Sling"