KING TV Story on Seattle Firefighter's Return to Work after Aneurysm Credits Interventional Radiolog

KING TV Story on Seattle Firefighter's Return to Work after Aneurysm Credits Interventional Radiologist, Swedish Neuroscience Institute with Saving Her Life

SEATTLE, July 13, 2009 -- On July 12, KING Television (channel 5; NBC) aired a story during their 5 and 6:30 p.m. newscasts about a Seattle firefighter who has returned to work after suffering a life-threatening aneurysm March 11.

Nine days after suddenly suffering the worst headache of her life, the 22-year veteran of the Seattle Fire Department rushed herself to the hospital and was diagnosed as having had an aneurysm. She was put into a drug-induced coma and surgeons performed surgery. During the operation, blood stopped flowing to the right side of her head.

The 48-year-old Lieutenant says it was the experience and support of Dr. Joseph Eskridge and the neuroscience team at Swedish Medical Center that saved her life.

To read the transcript from this story and watch it online, click here.

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