The eRAP system reduces dependence on EMS by linking ‘frequent flyers’ with more appropriate resources.
If you feel like filling in fields makes you less effective in the field, read this.
Studies test results from therapeutic hypothermia after resuscitation from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
Will video laryngoscopy become the preferred method of intubation in the field?
Pulse oximetry, capnography, cardiac monitoring & ultrasound among tools that can transform the field.
In the classroom or in the field, tablet devices are transforming how data is used, collected and accessed.
Find out if your department is best utilizing its occupational medicine contract.
EMS providers treat patients at Texas ‘Hotter ‘N Hell’ bike race.
Nutrition article and Sandy Hook school shooting garners interest from readers.
Assessing mistakes suggests alternatives to disciplinary action.
Researchers conduct study on global clinical skill competence of EMTs.
EMS providers can raise their issues with Capitol Hill.
Where does the line get drawn with regard to personal use of company equipment?
Bedrock Lift offers simple solution for loading, unloading bariatric patients.
In the next 12–18 months, you will see lots of action by agencies that have been thinking ahead by planning for changes in EMS reimbursement.
New Orleans man puts a ‘boot’ on ambulance while in service.
EMS providers need to know about the potentially dangerous effects of caffeine.
Although the gunman who killed 20 students and 6 adults at the Sandy Hook Elementary school does not appear to be politically motivated, his act underscores how easily our schools could be used for terrorist gains.
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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.