What EMS providers need to know about anaphylactic shock.
The EMS profession has grown leaps and bounds in the past 50 years.
Quick action could save someone’s vision.
Learn about EMS salaries through the eyes of a married couple expecting a second child.
Sometimes a mental health day is worth it.
Since this month’s issue includes the JEMS Salary Survey, it’s fitting that this month’s column addresses some of the basics about proper EMS pay practices.
Steve Berry illustrates the nuances of aging in EMS.
A water rescue saves a family of four, Detroit cuts too much off the top for its EMS & a family remembers deceased with a life-saving gift.
Rate increase linked to vasopressin, epinephrine and steroids.
Alternative airway management technique useful when there is obstruction of the oropharynx.
Does this year-end review really help?
Author Mike McEvoy responds to criticism on his JEMS article.
Tight ambulance quarters cause EMS personnel to look like “monkeys in a cardboard box.”
Californians often say that California leads the country.
Check out the latest products and innovations in JEMS.
Clinically important events and advanced care treatment are common in community STEMI patients undergoing prehospital transport
Dr. Brent Myers examines how EMS is changing to meet the needs of the new healthcare system, and how the tools providers use must change alongside the industry.
Find out what caused a young female’s sudden shortness of breath.
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