A woman rescued by the Coast Guard in Puget Sound was saved by the use of a machine that re-oxygenates and warms patients’ blood, according to Dr. Eileen Bulger, the UW Medicine physician who runs the hospital’s trauma unit.
A woman rescued by the Coast Guard in Puget Sound was saved by the use of a machine that re-oxygenates and warms patients’ blood, according to Dr. Eileen Bulger, the UW Medicine physician who runs the hospital’s trauma unit. iStockphoto Getty Images
A woman rescued by the Coast Guard in Puget Sound was saved by the use of a machine that re-oxygenates and warms patients’ blood, according to Dr. Eileen Bulger, the UW Medicine physician who runs the hospital’s trauma unit. iStockphoto Getty Images

‘We are at the frontier of something amazing and encouraging’ in life-saving care

February 07, 2018 08:37 AM