Establishing trust between agencies is critical to success.
Learn what to look for when assessing patients with facial weakness.
Learn to assess and treat fractures and dislocations of the extremities.
Conditions could include cardiac and respiratory arrest as well as injuries consistent with blast trauma.
Learn to approach, enter, render care in and exit large MCI scenes without destroying valuable evidence.
Find out who gets thumbs up in the May issue of JEMS.
What’s causing this infant’s respiratory distress?
Are benzodiazepines to blame?
New rules come after a string of incidents during 2013.
A structure fire sends a family to the hospital.
This collaborative system sets the bar.
Ignorance is bliss until one confronts it.
A plan without action is just a dream.
As teachers we must be aware of cognitive drains.
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