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Baby Simulator Trains Doctors and Nurses

NEW BABY SIMULATORS GIVE MEDICAL TEAMS REAL-LIFE CRISIS EXPERIENCE

2pm Monday, Aug 26th, 2013 

Oklahoma City- Medical teams at The Children’s Hospital at OU Medical Center are honing their skills and becoming extra prepared for heart failure and other emergencies in infants by practicing on life-like baby simulators.

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OU Medicine Live Chat: Healthy Lunches for Healthy Kids

Friday, Aug. 23rd at 10 a.m. 

Guest: Dianne Brown, MS, RDN, LD, CDE, registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator at Harold Hamm Diabetes Center at the University of Oklahoma

It’s that time of year again!  As kids start piling into school buses and packing up their lunches, make sure they have something nutritious to help them get through the school day.  

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Stillwater Child Rare Match for a Kidney

OKLAHOMA CHILD HITS JACKPOT ON LOTTERY NIGHT
Stillwater youngster is a rare match for a kidney transplant

Recorded August 14th, 2013

Oklahoma City— As Oklahoma celebrated a lottery winner on Saturday, August 10, 10-year-old Jose Gomez, Jr. learned he was a rare match for a kidney and underwent a whirlwind kidney transplant. The match was one in a million, nearly a perfect match. Physicians at the Oklahoma Transplant Center, along with Jose and his mother, explained how this living jackpot surprised everyone.

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OU Medicine Live Chat: Women's Pelvic Health

Women's Pelvic Health: Can We Talk?

Friday, Aug. 16

Millions of American women have experienced some form of incontinence; and it’s not only older women who are affected. Women as young as their teens can be impacted by pelvic floor health issues.

Perhaps because of embarrassment, many women suffer in silence. Functioning on a daily basis becomes more difficult because a cough or sneeze or even laughing may trigger an accident.

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OU Medicine Live Chat: Rx for Senior Health

Friday, August 9 at 10AM with Dr. Laurence Rubenstein, Chair of Geriatrics

Medicines can be an important part of treatment for serious infections. They can help relieve pain and lift depression. They can also combat some of the nation's leading causes of death and disability.

Today's medications can help control many common chronic diseases and lower the complications associated with them. Medications also can play an important role in helping keep people out of the hospital.

More than one in four Americans do not take his or her medication as prescribed, report numerous researchers. The question is why?

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