EMS can achieve safety & reliability despite its dynamic, high-risk environment.
Study the new ambulance innovations and see how they can assist you during your next ambulance purchase in making your vehicle safer, more efficient and comfortable for your patients.
Collective expertise of physicians is available to participating agencies.
Check out the top 25 innovative products from this year’s EMS Today Conference & Exposition.
Plan your week’s worth of meals before going to the grocery store to avoid buying sugary and processed foods.
The “scene safe” way of assessing on-scene risk doesn’t account for dangers that could present themselves later.
A reader offers his own story of having an AMI while on the job.
See how HRO principles can be used during a high-risk EMS event.
Review of current research in EMS.
Find out the legal issues that arise when considering whether EMS providers can carry weapons for self-protection.
Services held in June to recognize 19 honorees who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Staff that hold concealed carry gun permits in parts of Ohio may carry guns while on duty.
EMS use pulleys and rope to pull driver out of a canyon.
Follow these tips so you avoid looking silly in front of a Deaf patient.
EMS leaders might find themselves trying to hit “benchmarks” and “core competencies” in “quality care” while still trying to “herd cats.”
With only two paid positions on staff, the West Routt Fire Protection Services is an exemplary case of volunteer power.
A 3-year-old is unresponsive with a slow heart rate and no respiratory problems.
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