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.
The easy part is collecting EMS data, but what do you do after you have it? Learn how Montgomery County Hospital District used the Six Sigma philosophy and their own initiatives to analyze data and effectively disseminate it.
On the evening of Sept. 24, 2008, a 9-1-1 call was received reporting " man trapped in a tank" at the Brooklyn (N.Y.) Greenpoint Wastewater Treatment Plant. Dispatch immediately sent a patrol officer, as well as BLS and ALS units, to the site.
The objectives of this article are to recognize the importance of classifying the limited-access patient as a difficult airway; to identify the steps that need to be taken when assessing a patient's airway for difficulty; and to review the process for rapid sequence intubation.
Proper financial planning can provide an opportunity to invest in a better value for the same budget allocation, creating a vehicle that your staff will be proud to use.
There's a new standard that you need to become familiar with. It's National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard 1584, the Standard on the Rehabilitation Process for Members During Emergency Operations and Training Exercises.
Getting Ready to Get Out: How EMS providers & hospital staff can work together to successfully relocate patients
This article discusses the evacuation of health-care facilities during a time of disaster.
Off the Paper Trail: Automated management of training records helps keep certifications organzied & current
Staying current with mandated training and certifications isn_t easy to accomplish because so much training is tracked manually. The good news is that software is now available to automate training records.
The AEV is a portable, lightweight ventilator designed for the EMS market.
The EMV+ is a portable, lightweight ventilator designed for critical care transports.
The 754 portable ventilator has served the EMS and mass casualty markets for many years
The Model 321 portable aspirator has been serving the EMS markets for many years
CCLAW, extremely versatile and easy to apply.
The Model 323 is a new, portable, lightweight and rugged aspirator designed for the EMS markets
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