Recommendations for adoption and use of tourniquets by civilian EMS and emergency departments.
Review the process of proper patient assessment.
Speed loading is effective & has many financial benefits.
Denver Health has used Lean methodology to improve its EMS system.
Amish community takes a unique approach to EMS.
San Diego Fire Rescue Department paramedic battles severe asthma.
The Prehospital Care Research Forum presents abstracts of recent research.
Firefighters, paramedics work to extricate victims from bridge collision.
Studies measure prehospital identification of sepsis.
Heart transplant survivor raises awareness about organ donation.
Gossip spread around an EMS agency can be just as harmful as a safety hazard.
Team effort makes survival possible for thoracic injury patient.
Do you know how to protect your employees in the courtroom?
Learn about the mental health issues EMS providers may encounter with these patients.
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Evacuate from any multistory building.
For the evacuation of disabled or injured.
Evacuate non-ambulatory patients.
Provides true one-person operation.
Reduction in spinal load.
Cut risk of injury to caregivers.
Stryker Power-PRO is a hydraulically powered ambulance cot with industry-leading ergonomics. Foot end controls activate powered lifting and lower function for capacities up to 700 lbs. Operator safety and patient comfort are significantly improved.
Power-PRO XT powered ambulance cot dramatically reduces strenuous lifting and the associated risk of back injury.
SMRT — Stryker Managed Recharging Technology
Stryker Speed-Sheet is a unique approach to patient transfer.
Stair-PRO is scientifically proven to reduce the risk of operator injury. The operator position, adjustability of handles, angle of the track and the built-in descent control made Stair-PRO the safest chair in its product category.
Proven to reduce risk of injury.