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Archive - Jan 30, 2014

Panthers cruise to win on senior night

January 30, 2014

THOMAS — For Snake River's Makena Shelley, Brylie Bair and Scout Baldwin Wednesday night's home game against Bear Lake was the last time any of the three of them would play a game in the gym at Snake River High School.
The game also had implications on seeding for the 3A District 5 tournament.
I t did not take long for the Lady Panthers to establish their control of the game as Shelley nailed a three pointer to get the scoring started and the defense took care of the rest as the Panthers cruised to a 56-20 victory.

BMH installs advanced patient monitoring system

January 30, 2014

BLACKFOOT — Bingham Memorial Hospital (BMH) in Blackfoot is one of the first hospitals in Southeast Idaho to offer the Patient SafetyNet Monitoring System.
Patient SafetyNet is a remote monitoring system that uses bedside oxygen monitors and medical staff notification system to alert healthcare providers to dangerous changes in patient oxygen levels.
Using some of the latest technology from Masimo corporation, almost every hospital bed at BMH is equipped with a new bedside screen to monitor vitals through a new oximeter. (The Women's Center will be added in the coming months.)

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