Learn about the cardiomyopathies that affect pediatric patients.
Intranasal administration of fentanyl is especially useful in the prehospital emergent care of pediatric patients because it causes an almost immediate reduction in pain and anxiety.
Healthcare providers train together to learn about sexual assault victims’ needs.
Ultrasound therapy offers more options for treating stroke patients.
Widely available new drug poses threats to patients and providers.
Most cases of ST elevation aren’t caused by an AMI. Read about some of the most common imposters.
Large waves pin surfer at Mavericks, leaving him unconscious.
Research studies evaluate affects of decreased door-to-balloon times for STEMI patients.
JEMS Editor-in-Chief A.J. Heightman, MPA, EMT-P, learned from shows in Rhode Island, Ohio and Las Vegas this spring.
Readers share comments on JEMS and JEMS.com articles.
Find out how Seattle is so successful in treating v-fib.
From safety to politics, EMS managers must be problem solvers.
Simulation learning works best to learn about lung sounds.
Canadian EMS providers rescued and treated a teenager who became mildly hypothermic after being stuck in mud for hours.
Providers should think before transferring some patients during the night shift.
CALSTAR gets an innovative air ambulance, a Florida team wins in the Czech Republic and Scots evaluate tea breaks.
EMS has come a long way in stretcher technology.
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