Out of the Darkness
EMS providers from New York, New Jersey, Arlington (Va.) & Shanksville (Pa.) share lessons learnedRead the most comprehensive and compelling first-person account of the events and aftermath of EMS operations on 9/11. JEMS Editor-in-Chief A.J. Heightman, a veteran EMS provider and noted mass-casualty incident management educator, and Teresa McCallion, an award-winning author, experienced EMT and Editor of the EMS Insider management newsletter, spent weeks on the road and behind the scenes interviewing and developing this historic and educational four-volume account of 9/11.
Volume I: Beyond Ground ZeroA decision as simple as turning left vs. right saved some providers' lives.
Volume II: Safe HarborFew knew about the hundreds of patients treated on the New Jersey piers.
Volume III: Strike on the PentagonThere were 23,000 people working in the Pentagon on 9/11.
Volume IV: On Stable GroundProviders in Shanksville, Pa., respond to a scene without patients.
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- Resuscitation: Ten steps for improving survival from sudden cardiac arrest
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- Rapid Results: Capnography, A Key Patient Assessment Tool
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