Four-year long pathway of learning results in improved survival rates.
Complications can arise in medical and trauma cases.
Conversations can actually relieve pain; get the tips you need to be a good conversationalist.
Infant hyperthermia can be avoided if EMS and its community are proactive.
Knowing how to offset symptoms of hyperthermia can make a big difference in survival rates among children.
If you find yourself wishing your workplace were a better place to spend 12 hours, these tips for improving workplace morale from the ground up are for you.
The Flemington-Raritan First Aid and Rescue Squad, based in New Jersey, has always operated a diverse fleet. However, back in 2005, it took this process a step further, forming a committee to start writing specs and to develop a basic design for a new heavy-rescue truck.
Learn some easy tips to 'tuning up' your PCR documentation to help your agency reduce the impact of Medicare cuts.
Ambulance checks are essential. So start them by routinely checking your essential equipment.
Facebook fans react to recent JEMS article on healing after a tough call.
Rare case of ACE inhibitor-induced facial swelling can mimic symptoms of allergic reactions.
EMS crews respond to an 87-year-old male who is hypotensive and suffering from an upper GI bleed
Do you aggressively treat cases of pulmonary edema?
Derrick Davis, 40, allegedly stole 13 defibrillators from Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority facilities where he works.
As a profession, EMS needs to really start focusing on the safety of our personnel and doing more to prevent ambulance accidents.
Sometimes a 9-1-1 call can be for something not even worth a Band-Aid.
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