Supersaturated Oxygen Therapy at Scripps Lands Media Coverage

Recent cases are part of a nationwide clinical trial

An image of red blood cells as they relate to supersaturated oxygen therapy -- a technique at Scripps that the media covered.

Recent cases are part of a nationwide clinical trial

Several media outlets covered the recent enrollment of several Scripps patients in a nationwide clinical trial testing a new supersaturated oxygen therapy after a heart attack.

Scripps cardiologist John Harrington, MD, was the first physician in the Western United States to participate in the study.

Watch the KPRC TV (Houston) report: New Treatment in Race to Save Heart Attack Victims

The KFDX report, "Oxygen Therapy for Heart Attacks," is not available at this time.

Watch the WNDU TV (South Bend, Ind.) report: Researchers Test Therapy That Could Limit Damage After Heart Attack

Read the KPBS article: Scripps Health Takes Part in Nationwide Study of Heart Attack Treatment

Read the La Jolla Patch article: La Jolla Physician Participating in Nationwide Clinical Trial

Watch the Ivanhoe Broadcast report: Supersaturated O2 Therapy for Heart Attacks

Read the MedicaXpress article: Scripps First in West to Treat Heart Attack With New Supersaturated Oxygen Therapy

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Keith Darce

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