A “Python”-esque observation to EMS conferences
Learn how to comprehensively assess and provide treatment to burn patients.
Five cases that look and sound like a STEMI, but may not be
Refresh yourself on the role of EMS in detecting diabetes.
Learn how to treat different injuries to the eye.
Several questions about the patient assessment are answered.
Apparatus helps women in labor in rural Afghanistan get proper treatment.
Learn to strap your patient into the cot correctly.
Are long transport times detrimental to TBI patients?
EMS systems need to change to stay relevant.
Do you know what caused this patient’s cardiac arrest?
The law has favored employer termination even when use was lawful.
Tomorrow’s caregivers are important to today’s EMS.
Starting dialogue on how to progress operational medical response.
Tired of looking out at your students and seeing bored, restless or disengaged learners? Dr. Chris Nollette provides five simple strategies that can make the EMS classroom or CE event more interesting and fun—and most importantly, more effective in terms of retaining information.
All staffers should go home without injury after every shift.
Mechanical CPR devices should be standard in every ambulance.
What is causing this male patient’s back pain?
Looking for something prior to January 2008? Additional archives back to 2006 are coming soon to the new JEMS.com, but you can click here for older archives in the meantime.
The E-Surge Kit™ is conveniently packaged for Emergency Backup Ventilator Surge and Response.
For major ventilator emergencies.
New and improved!
The VAR™ is a unique single patient use, disposable resuscitator for patients weighing 10 kg and above.
The VAR-Monitor designed specifically to monitor any non-cycling condition of all the current VAR models, and is easy to set up and use.
Monitors cycling conditions of resuscitators.