With the city’s annual Mardi Gras held at the same time, resources had to be carefully allocated.
Law enforcement, fire, and EMS should work together in hostile situations.
If tough calls have created some fog in your mind, relief might be a debriefing session away.
London school pairs future doctors with EMS workers for real-world experiences.
This process is an easy way to provide additional oxygen to patients when they aren’t breathing.
Hospital evacuation and transfer of patients is successful because of meticulous planning, careful management of logistics and world-class teamwork.
Readers offer comments on recent JEMS article on spinal immobilization.
Racist and sexist tweets, pictures posted of patients online prompted updates.
Find out the answers to legal questions surrounding the management of multiple patients.
Should intoxicated patients be sent to detox or an emergency department?
The bottle is only programmable via a pharmacist with the correct computer program.
Two-train collision in Boston sends 37 to nearby hospitals.
It’s a race against time following AMI seizure.
New scientific book about out-of-body experiences convincing that EMS providers should talk to unresponsive patients.
After years with the efforts and actions of EMS crews going unnoticed or unrecognized by the media, the location and focus of camera at the Boston Marathon educated the world about the benefits of high quality, rapid moving and efficient EMS.
Steve Berry offers ten twisted tips for coping with short-term memory loss as secondary onset of old age.
Effective communication is often an overlooked tool EMS managers need to be good leaders.
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