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IMMEDIATE Trial Results Presented and Published The results of the IMMEDIATE Trial were presented on Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at the American College of Cardiology meeting in Chicago, ACC.12 (click here for slides), with a simultaneous publication in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Read the results here.

Participating Sites Media Coverage
Anchorage, Alaska
KTUU Channel 2 News

El Paso, Texas
El Paso Emergency Personnel Helps Advance Understanding of Treatment for Heart Attack Symptoms Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center – The Daily Dose

New Haven, Connecticut
ECN – The Cutting Edge

Sioux Falls, South Dakota
EMS World – Rural Metro
Keloland Television Interview - Heart Patients Participate in National Study
Rural Metro Ambulance demonstrates commitment clinical excellence national study pre-hospital

St. Paul, Minnesota
The Prehospital Perspective
Minnesota Public Radio
Star Tribune

National Media Coverage
EMS World
Clinical Trial Results TV – Interview with Dr. Selker, Principal Investigator
Insider Medicine Interview – Giving Glucose Insulin and Potassium GIK ASAP to People with Acute Coronary Syndrome Reduces Severity of Heart Attack
Researchers find new way to abate heart attacks before patients get to the hospital
Reuters: Early dose of glucose thwarts cardiac arrest: study

Trial Design Article – American Heart Journal, March 2012 Read Article Summary.

Prehospital Emergency Care Article Read Article Summary.

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800 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111
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