Read their plan of action to raise cardiac arrest survival rates.
Preparation proves key for JEMS Games 2012 competitors.
Are community health partnerships the wave of the future for EMS?
You took the oath: “primum non nocere.” But how do you know your procedures and devices aren’t causing harm in the field?
Knowledge about how to diagnose and treat anaphylactic reactions is critical to patient survival.
EMS providers should do their part to educate the media on proper terminology.
Researchers focus on ways to build a culture of safety for EMS providers & patients.
Providers should understand the different types of anticoagulants and their side effects.
Many speculated about what healthcare reform will mean for EMS.
Have you ever mentioned how “quiet” your shift has been?
How to pass along new practices to your EMS students.
Having extra equipment helps plan for the unexpected in the field.
Providers extricate patient in motor vehicle collision.
How do you measure the cost of an EMS system?
It’s important to take extra care to be sensitive when transporting patients with psychological issues.
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C.A.T. Tourniquet – North American Rescue
Combitube™ Esophageal and Tracheal Double-Lumen Airway
Digit Finger-Oximeter – Smiths Medical
Laerdal Stifneck Select
ProtectIV® Plus Safety IV Catheters