For the athlete with a head injury, sometimes it’s not ‘OK to play.’
Learn how to treat AV block patients, including how to administration atropine and transcutaneous pacing.
An overlook of food products to help you stay alert.
Sepsis can occur in any patient.
How Gary Ludwig revolutionized a dying system.
EMS providers in Suffolk County routinely respond to large-scale incidents, from hurricanes to multi-vehicle pileups. Now, they have a vehicle that significantly enhances their response capability.
Unique immobilization device allows improved cervical spine splinting capability.
The air ambulance and medical transport industry is slowly moving to increase safety across the board.
Find out who gets thumbs up and thumbs down in the January issue of JEMS.
Tips and tricks from a long career in EMS.
Study reveals that further training may be needed.
Bystander CPR case presents several areas for improvement in the airport’s emergency response system.
Is it legal to attach pictures to a patient care report?
Practice helps paramedic team save a life.
T-bone crash leads to one death.
Check out the latest products and innovations in JEMS.
We need mentors in our lives if we are to grow personally and professionally.
Don’t let the Pride Lands of your agency fall to dark days.
Stop hoarding supplies in the ambulance shelves.
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