Studies point to circumstances in which administering IV fluids for hypotension can have detrimental effects.
Vehicle tracking systems increase driver efficiency and improve patient care.
Get a refresher on assessment techniques for the various types of seizures.
Electronic health records can be used to improve patient care. Find out how.
There are several factors to consider when deciding where to store data.
Prehospital burn treatment focuses on halting the burning process, protecting the airway, preventing potential disability, maintaining homeostasis and providing pain control.
High-quality EMS agencies focus equally on high-quality components, processes and people.
EMT and registered dietitian Elizabeth Smith offers eight tips to stretch your budget, not your waistline
EMS cartoonist and JEMS columnist Steve Berry offers a sweet holiday message to fellow prehospital providers.
Kylie Mothershed’s letter to Santa reminds us what’s important in life.
EMS care can affect the sepsis patient’s outcome.
The words you choose can have a powerful, lasting and positive effect.
Evidence points to IN over IV use in certain circumstances; unusual data on transport methods.
Commissioner decides not to punish Detroit medic after he gave a blanket to a fire victim.
Despite experiencing tragedies of their own, EMS responders pulled up their boots and carried on with lifesaving services.
From top-down leadership to core values, it’s possible to identify essential elements for creating a good EMS system.
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