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