New understandings in resuscitation science have led to doubling, tripling and quadrupling survival rates.
Caring for an EMS provider can cause more stress than usual.
Program teaches first responders to be resilient in tough profession.
Read about 2013’s top EMS 10 innovators as selected by JEMS.
A look at the devices you can use on these special patients.
Learn EMS’ role at hazmat and WMD incidents.
Learn about sepsis screening tools and management.
Training placement & monitoring properly placed airways are vital to improving fail rates.
Find out who gets thumbs up in the March issue of JEMS.
Is droperidol safer than we previously thought?
Understand how free offers can be perceived as “kickbacks.”
Could EMS provide services to fill gaps in the healthcare system?
Possible negligence revealed; EMS agency responds questionably.
One woman had to be extricated from her vehicle.
Make training scenarios as real as possible.
Help your team through the grieving process.
How medically serious is this 5-year-old’s cough?
BIADs are easier and take less time to insert than endotracheal intubation.
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