Get up to speed on all the features in your ambulance and how they can benefit you.
EMS data is indispensable; but it's also burdensome. Find out how to lighten the load.
Learn what complications can arise from weight-loss procedures and medications in the morbidly obese patient as well as how to treat and transport this special population.
ARCTIC program dramatically improves cardiac arrest outcomes in Richmond, Va.; DHS pilots multi-band radios; JEMS legal experts explain the legality of charging more to transport obese patients; and more.
Boston EMT negotiates health perks for providers; Florida campaign cuts nonemergent calls in half; St. Louis ED nurse helps outfit ambulances with new EKGs; and New South Wales paramedics replace fentanyl with unknown substance.
JEMS columnist Thom Dick shares some tricks for always looking professional in front of patients.
Use the SOAR model to generate a strategic plan for your EMS system's future.
RESOLUTION: A decision to do something, or behave in a certain manner.
Use these scenarios to enhance how you teach and evaluate the process of obtaining patient histories.
Increasing numbers of„emergency calls involving„obese patients„will affect your service's personnel, equipment, vehicles and finances. Agencies must have at least the minimum of solutions in place.
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