The recent Boston Marathon bombing was one of the most tragic events in U.S. history.
When horrible acts of terror occur, there are those who rise to the occasion and help the injured, including our nation's emergency room physicians.
By many accounts, Boston's emergency system worked brilliantly and saved many lives.
So, what can other cities take away and learn from this event? How could response and treatment be improved?
We answer these questions as more with special guest Parveen Parmar, MD, one of the emergency physicians who helped some of the vicitms of Boston. Hear her firsthand account of the events from that historical day.