Dr Martin Than

News item on TV3 News, 30 November 2022

Martin meets with Minister of Health, Hon Andrew Little, to demonstrate and launch a programme to evaluate bedside testing for heart attack. The test is being rolled out across 11 hospitals and is designed to identify patients who need lifesaving treatment within minutes rather than hours.

News item on Stuff.co.nz, 30 November 2022

 

Martin meets with Minister of Health, Hon Andrew Little, to demonstrate and explain how a new blood test could diagnose heart attack in minutes instead of hours.

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Professor Michael Ardagh

Interview with Newstalk ZB's Chris Lynch on 26 November 2018. 

Mike talks about the launch of 'Rising from the Rubble',  the book he co-authored with Dr Joanne Deely. 

Rising from the Rubble is the story of the Canterbury Health System’s response to the 2011 earthquakes. It gives a compelling account of those who rallied to maintain and rebuild essential health services, maintaining continuity of care for the most vulnerable – from older people to those with kidney failure – as well as dealing with the significant ongoing impact on mental health. 

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Dr Martin Than
 
Interview on Radio New Zealand's 'Morning Report', 9 October 2015. Dr Than comments on a blood test to pinpoint heart attacks.
 
Source: Radio New Zealand

Dr Martin Than

 

Can ED docs become recognised experts in chest pain assessment?

 

Published on Sep 10, 2014

 

Royal College of Emergency Medicine UK Annual Scientific Conference 2014

 

Kiwis to benefit from fast-tracked heart attack diagnosis


The fast-track initiative means patients could get to go home within hours.

 

Source: ONE News

Professor Michael Ardagh

 

Michael Ardagh talks about the challenges he and the emergency department at Christchurch Hospital faced when the 22 February 2011 quake hit.

 

Published on Mar 8, 2013