Trauma’s Lethal Triad of Hypothermia, Acidosis & Coagulopathy Create a Deadly Cycle for Trauma Patients
Learn simple steps to treat the “lethal triad” in trauma patients.
Injuries to the neck can be both complex & challenging for the prehospital provider.
International trauma system collaboration emphasizes injury prevention, rehabilitation and integrated data collection.
Medical gas is a safe & effective way to manage moderate pain.
Simple thoracostomy is a safer method than needle thoracostomy.
Find out who gets thumbs up in the April issue of JEMS.
Additional research continues suggest we over-immobilize patients.
Should you sweeten up your head-injured patients?
Not everyone likes them, but we all have to work with them.
New stretcher’s ‘no-load’ solution to reduce or eliminate provider injury.
Clear policies and a little training can bolster your legal protection.
Respect off-duty first responders on scene.
Overtriaging often occurs at trauma incidents.
Learn how to make an impression upon your students.
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