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What do you use daily in your ambulance?
Learn about the new products available to help you & the patient stay safe.
Electronic patient care records (ePCRs) can transform the way data is collected and used to improve patient care in EMS systems.
At any scene, but especially those with multiple patients, proper lighting can facilitate patient assessment and ensure the most effective, efficient triage and treatment. JEMS Editor-in-Chief A.J. Heightman shares what scene lighting is so important and provides 10 lighting tips.
There are many different devices that are being marketed and sold as tourniquets, and there are a lot of factors to consider when making your selection.
Discover lesser-known options your agency can use.
For many patients in cardiac arrest, the best hope lies in high-quality, effective CPR—not defibrillation. But even professionals often fall short in their CPR technique. Dr. John Freese explains why CPR feedback devices hold such hope for increasing cardiac arrest survival rates.
Mobile Demonstration Module from EMS Safety Foundation Exhibits Safe Patient Compartment Configurations
Get inside a realistic, open-space patient compartment reflecting state-of-the-art, science-driven design & safety features.
New product for therapeutic hypothermia shows promising early results.
Employee wellness benefits everyone, and is easy to promote with these creative ideas.
Heather Roms became the first citizen in Oregon to respond to a CPR-Incident notification using the PulsePoint mobile application .
The signs you’re married to an EMS professional.
Save paper and streamline record-keeping by investing in digital devices.
Research suggests there is room to improve the NFTDS
Are you checking your equipment?
Top-quality EMS systems effectively balance quality, cost, and speed.
A “Medical Time Out” at student sporting events could help EMS personnel to prepare for emergencies.
Agency sends a three-page letter and author Dave Williams responds.
Midwest hospitality and the opportunity to critique make for a great conference that also serves as an educational example for EMS.
Proper scene lighting allows for EMS personnel to better asses a patient following a vehicular collision with a tree.
An elderly diabetic female that has taken her medication still shows signs of low glucose, but also presents signs & symptoms of opioid overdose.
Listen to the concerns voiced by your employees.
Research shows that our alertness, retention and engagement increases when we stand as opposed to sit. Dr. Chris Nollette applies this to EMS instruction, encouraging instructors to get their students up on their feet.
Is it time to update spinal immobilization techniques?
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