Louisville Metro EMS harnesses the power of technology with new programs.
How much oxygen is too much for your patient?
A nurse offers some solutions to keep tubes in the hands of paramedics.
Readers share thoughts on JEMS and jems.com articles.
Providers should be aware of the signs and symptoms of Torsades de Pointes.
Teach your students two mnemonics to ensure a smooth patient hand off.
The National EMS Memorial Bike Ride team Muddy Angels rides for seven days to honor EMS providers who died in the line of duty.
After only one drill, Missouri DMT deploys to Joplin.
How to build your agency’s reputation through public outreach.
Study researches connection between depression & cardiac care.
What’s your best tip for getting a good night’s sleep?
Father and son step up to save woman in cardiac arrest.
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