In September, Amy, 38, suffered sudden cardiac arrest while at work. Doctors induced hypothermia in a high-tech attempt to save Amy's life. Given just a 25 percent chance of survival, Amy survived against the odds. See how she is doing now!
In September, Amy, 38, suffered sudden cardiac arrest while at work. Doctors induced hypothermia in a high-tech attempt to save Amy's life. Amy's doctor discusses the treatment, and E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork demonstrates how it works.
Pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears tries on the CoolBlue body suit, which cools the body by mimicking hypothermia, decreasing the body's demand for oxygen. Cooling the body can delay death and save lives.
In an emergency, the split-second decisions we make can mean the difference between life and death. CNN’s chief medical correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, joins <i>The Doctors</i> to reveal what you need to know about life-saving medicine.
If you go into cardiac arrest, can hypothermia actually save your life? CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta tells the story of how being in a hypothermic state actually kept one woman alive.
It’s out with the old and in with the new, as <i>The Doctors</i> shows off the latest technologies to make your life better: a laser root canal that’s painless, a high-tech laser that can take years off your face and more!
In the event of a medical emergency, could you save a life? Learn how to perform emergency procedures in a crisis. And, meet the triplets! The 56-year-old surrogate grandmother, who carried her daughter’s babies, has given birth.