The four patients who remain at University Medical Center after the Jan. 8 shooting are improving. Doctors said Rep. Gabrielle Giffords opens her eyes more frequently now and was showing other signs of improvement. Ronald Barber, who was discharged today, wrote a statement thanking UMC and the community for its support.
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords spontaneously opened her eyes on Wednesday night while surrounded by friends and continues to show encouraging signs of recovery. She remains in critical condition in the ICU at University Medical Center, where four other patients injured in the Jan. 8 shooting remain in fair condition.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords remains in critical condition at University Medical Center, two other shooting patients remain in serious condition and three are in fair condition. Family members of the injured praised the efforts of UMC and thanked the community for its support.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords remains in critical condition. Doctors are "impressed that she has done so well and is breathing on her own." One other patient is critical condition, one is serious and three remain in fair condition.
A UA engineer has developed a new instrument that tests for glaucoma, a leading cause of blindness that afflicts more than 4 million Americans. The device makes testing for the disease easier and less invasive.