Saint Luke's Newsroom

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KSHB: Fighting an unseen enemy: Inside the Saint Luke's COVID-19 Emergency Room, Intensive Care Unit
In this two-part series, KSHB 41 News talks to Saint Luke's front-line workers about the impact of the current COVID-19 surge and the emotional toll they are dealing with during the pandemic.
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Health News You Can Use: Winter Illnesses and ENT issues
This week, we are talking to Dr. Abigail McEwan, an ENT with Saint Luke’s Health System, about what to do if you have symptoms and the most common issues ENT specialists are seeing this winter.
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KSHB: Fight For Air Climb takes on greater purpose with COVID-19 research
KSHB talked to Dr. Andrew Schlachter about how COVID can damage the lungs and why more research is needed about its long-term effects.
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FOX4: Kansas COVID-19 infection rate now highest in US
Dr. Patricia Martin shares how the surge in COVID cases is impacting local hospitals.
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KSHB: Chiefs' Tyrann Mathieu gifts Saint Luke's nurse tickets to Super Bowl LVI
KSHB talked to Brandon Smith, RN, about the special surprise.
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KSHB: 'Time is limited': Wichita woman holds out for second chance at life as she looks for kidney donor
KSHB talked to Dr. Lee Cummings about the transplant waiting list and the need for interested potential donors.
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FOX4: Kansas City health leaders give advice when choosing COVID-19 test
FOX4 speaks with Dr. Ginny Boos, Director of Infection Prevention at Saint Luke's, about guidelines to follow when choosing to take a PCR or rapid antigen test.
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KSHB: Going behind closed doors of Saint Luke's COVID-19 ICU unit
KSHB was given access to take a look inside one of Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City's ICU units that is caring for COVID-19 patients, as well as a look in the Emergency Department. 
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KCTV: Kansas City area ICUs nearly full as hospitals struggle to help unvaccinated patients
Missouri is sitting at a 53-percent vaccination rate, one of the lowest in the country, as Kansas City area hospitals are struggling to keep up care for COVID patients.