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This profile was last updated on 10/5/13  and contains information from public web pages.

Dr. Jim Carrico

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Dr. Jim Carrico (Zac Efron), ..., 5 Oct 2013 [cached]
Dr. Jim Carrico (Zac Efron), the doctor who tried to save Kennedy's life at Parkland Memorial Hospital; James Hosty (Ron Livingston), the FBI agent who had a file on Oswald; Robert Oswald (James Badge Dale), brother to the suspect; And Abraham Zapruder (Paul Giamatti), the small businessman forever cursed to be the one man who filmed Kennedy's death.
JFK, Parkland, Peter Landesman, Austin State Hospital, Zac Efron, Ron Livingston, Paul Giamatti, James Badge Dale, Dealey Plaza, Oliver Stone, John Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald, Robert Oswald, Abaraham Zapruder, Jim Carrico, Tom Hanks, Gary Goetzman, Parkland Memorial Hospital
Zac will next star in ..., 18 Sept 2013 [cached]
Zac will next star in Parkland, a drama about the Kennedy assassination, playing Efron plays Jim Carrico, the doctor who tried to save JFK at Parkland Memorial Hospital.
"It's really a surreal experience for me," he told USA Today.
In his latest film, Zac plays ..., 24 Sept 2013 [cached]
In his latest film, Zac plays Jim Carrico, the real-life doctor who battled to save John F. Kennedy at Parkland Memorial Hospital after the president was shot in 1963.
The heartthrob portrays, Jim ... [cached]
The heartthrob portrays, Jim Carrico, the doctor who was only 28 years old and in his initial year as a surgical resident when he became the first person to examine Kennedy at Parkland Memorial Hospital when the president was shot in Dealey Plaza.
JFK Lancer, 23 April 2006 [cached]
(5) Carrico (attended to throat wound; "Dr. Carrico inserted a cuffed endotracheal tube past the injury, inflated the cuff, and connected it to a Bennett machine to assist in respiration. WC)
Dr. Carrico treated the President's known adrenal insufficiency by administering hydrocortisone.
Dr. James Carrico
The first physician to see the President was Dr. James Carrico , a Resident in General Surgery.
Dr. Carrico noted the President to have slow, agenal respiratory efforts. He could hear a heartbeat but found no pulse or blood pressure to be present. Two external wounds, one in the lower third of the anterior neck, the other in the occipital region of the skull, were noted. Through the head wound, blood and brain were extruding. Dr. Carrico inserted a cuffed endotracheal tube. While doing so, he noted a ragged wound of the trachea immediately below the larynx.
On my arrival in the emergency operating room at approximately 1230 I found that Doctors Carrico and/or Delaney had begun resuscitative efforts by introducing an orotracheal tube, connecting it for controlled ventilation to a Bennett intermittent positive pressure breathing apparatus.
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