Your Most Feared Calls: Assessing & treating pediatric patients with undiagnosed pre-existing conditions
Every provider has been to an intimidating pediatric call. This article will go over assessing and treating children with undiagnosed pre-existing conditions, such as Down syndrome and epilepsy.
Original research indicates that the gap between infection-control best practices and the actual precautions taken can be attributed to a lack of education, which should be addressed by expanding the national registry examination to better cover these topics.
In 2003, USA Today declared Washington, D.C., as the nation_s worst EMS system. Read how our capital is moving forward with an ambitious plan to become the nation_s best.
Pay attention to your body's signals
Read how Jason Zigmont will use his print and online articles to solve volunteer EMS issues and bring together the volunteer community.
Measuring your physical fitness is an important part of your job as an EMS provider.
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