EMS personnel must anticipate needs based on limited & sometimes conflicting information, which could require outside-the-textbook thinking.
This review attempts to follow a systematic assessment and present the findings in objective framework to understand the current state of the Austin-Travis County EMS system.
One in 10 American adults will suffer from some form of chronic kidney disease during their lifetime.
Meeting the EMS needs of 3–4 million people during a mass pilgrimage leads to innovative ways to reach and treat patients.
A chaplain’s primary role is to support providers and employees.
Man with unremarkable injuries is confused after a fall.
Prepare for MCI response by learning from the San Bernardino bus crash that happened earlier this year.
Ambulance company negotiates bankruptcy and prepares to move forward.
Oral or IV administration of beta blockers?
Death of the KKK specifications is not the last step.
Just like football, EMS should have penalties and referees.
First responders treat and package a man who wedged his foot in a Bobcat front-end loader.
Rescue at the Asiana plane crash, kindness through Facebook & EMS in crisis.
It’s not always better to be feared than to be respected.
Looking for something prior to January 2008? Additional archives back to 2006 are coming soon to the new JEMS.com, but you can click here for older archives in the meantime.
The E-Surge Kit™ is conveniently packaged for Emergency Backup Ventilator Surge and Response.
For major ventilator emergencies.
New and improved!
The VAR™ is a unique single patient use, disposable resuscitator for patients weighing 10 kg and above.
The VAR-Monitor designed specifically to monitor any non-cycling condition of all the current VAR models, and is easy to set up and use.
Monitors cycling conditions of resuscitators.