Do Women Receive CPR Less Often Than Men?

It is surprising to learn that women who suffer cardiac arrest outside of a hospital receive bystander CPR less often than men, even though it is a proven intervention associated with improved rates of survival with good neurological recovery. According to research, women received CPR in 39% of witnessed instances of collapse whereas men received CPR in 45% of their cases. That may not sound like much, but it definitely impacts survival with men surviving at a higher rate.

By |May 20th, 2021|Blog|

Emergency Hysterectomy Training for Residents

Until the introduction of OEI’s Emergency Hysterectomy Trainer, there have been almost no simulation models available for teaching abdominal hysterectomy. With the availability of complete, highly-realistic and integrated training solutions for the entire labor and delivery continuum of care, OEI is transforming how medical simulation looks and feels!

By |August 28th, 2019|Blog|
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