Read the profiles of the top innovators of EMS this year
Do you know how to manage different types of penetrating trauma?
Caring for patients in the wilderness poses unique risks.
An increase in documented cases of pediatric concussions has increased awareness on field treatment of these injuries.
In the March JEMS From the Editor, “Chance Encounters,” Editor-in-Chief A.J. Heightman, MPA, EMT-P, told a tale about how a meeting with San Diego Fire & Rescue paramedic.
It’s important to have the proper tool for the task.
JEMS applauds the innovative program, which improves efficiency.
A paramedic from the winning team assesses a penetrating trauma patient during the final scenario.
Researchers analyze whether they reduce work-related injuries.
Providers use algorithmic approach to manage traumatic airway
Is your agency missing key medications for your patients?
The 2012 JEMS Games were revamped this year with many new uses of simulation.
Make sure you teach search and rescue appropriately for your agency.
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Glide patient loads down stairs.
Tough, dependable bags.
Keeps you powered on every call.
Convert a Ferno Cot to a bariatric cot.
Versatility in confining environments.
Superior stability and safety.
Easier lifting and loading.
For Medtronic / Physio Control Life Pak 12 and 15.
Secure the Physio Control Lifepak 12.
Secure the Philips HeartStart MRx.
Secure the Zoll M Series.
Secure the Zoll E Series.
Allows efficient patient movement.
For extricating from confined spaces.
Innovative pediatric transport.
Secure transport for pediatric patients.
For pre-term neonates and larger infants.
Adjustable three-point harness system.
Accommodate the most modern supplies.
Designed for the highest quality.
Easy to handle stretcher.
Superior comfort and safety.
Maximum safety on stairs.