USACS, American Heart Organization collaborate to provide resources
US Acute Care Solutions physicians are proud to provide resources for the internationally-known, well-respected American Heart Association.
Alson Inaba, MD, FAAP is the USACS physician who came up with the idea of performing lifesaving CPR to the beat of the BeeGee’s song “Stayin’ Alive” and later updated the beat to Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk.” Dr. Inaba began his volunteer service at Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women and Children in Honolulu, HI as a teenager performing magic tricks for patients. See his work in the latest AHA video, released just this morning:
Also, the AHA’s support network, a resource for patients who are seeking to learn more about their health and managing particular conditions, is providing USACS materials created by USACS and compiled by our National Director of Clinical Education, Dr. Jestin Carlson, MD. You can find them here: https://supportnetwork.heart.org/special-forums/aha-covid-19-professional-forum/usacs-resources/
(Note: you must create a free account to access the materials.)
“As a partner with the American Heart Association to share COVID-19 resources with their international reach, we are able to share our expertise and knowledge in an effort to help patients across the globe during this pandemic,” said Dr. Carlson. “USACS is proud to be recognized a global leader in research efforts from our world-renowned academic physicians.”