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Wildfires are forcing the evacuation of nearly 250,000 people in San Diego County alone, including hundreds of patients who are being moved by school bus and ambulance from a hospital and nursing homes.
MRSA may kill 18,000 people in the U.S. this year but no law requires hospitals to report MRSA infections.
Paramedics with the Town of Tonawanda (N.Y.) Police Department are some of the first units in the state now use the EZ-IO. They also have CPAP.
Staffing shortages have led to a controversial decision that pits EMS against firefighting.
At least two companies hope to fill the void left by the departure of American Medical Response (AMR) from Pittsfield, Mass.
A Denver paramedic was shot after being confronted by robbery suspects as he wrote down their license plate.
A panel of medical experts recommended that paramedics reach consensus in the field before using a controversial breathing procedure.
High school students voluntarily participated in the largest anti-terrorism exercise in U.S. history.
Project Lifesaver places small tracking devices, about the size of a wristwatch, on people with cognitive disabilities. The monitor allows authorities to accurately pinpoint the location of anyone wearing the device.
More than 15 local and statewide safety agencies gathered Tuesday at the U.S. Postal Service s main building in Cheyenne, Wyo., to perform a safety exercise in preparation for a real-life anthrax scare.