State of the Science 2010
The latest in EMS careThis supplement – the 4th of its kind in JEMS – describes the latest in EMS care, as presented at the annual meeting of the U.S. Metropolitan Municipalities EMS Medical Directors (aka, the Eagles). This supplement is sponsored by Michigan Instruments Inc., Philips Healthcare, and Physio-Control Inc.
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Lost and FoundHow to overcome the challenges presented when treating patients who can’t remember you.
In My Own WordsRead about the chilling hallucinations a paramedic encountered after his near-fatal cardiac arrest.
Evolving AMI Care 2010A review of just-published research on STEMI diagnosis by EMS, as well as discussion of the current ACC/AHA recommendations on lytics versus lab.
Sex, Drugs and R & R (Resuscitation & Reanimation)Your likelihood of surviving a cardiac arrest may have something to do with sex. But not the kind you’re thinking of.
It's important for EMS providers to understand the core functions of the DEA and how to obtain more information about its regulations.
Implementation of the 2005 AHA CPR and ECC training programs appears to have directly led to improved survival rates in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
What do you do after "strike one" with the Drug Enforcement Agency?
In the past five years, emergency treatment and technology have been advancing at an unprecedented pace. Take a look at what lies ahead.
Since initiating prehospital post-resuscitation therapeutic hypothermia in October 2006, Wake County EMS has induced more than 200 patients, including many atypical post-arrest patients. Read two case reports.
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- Evolution in Resuscitation
- CPR Performance Counts
- Measuring Life & Breath
- The Silent Killer
- Driving the Course of Care, 2010
- Making It Real
Evacuate from any multistory building.
For the evacuation of disabled or injured.
Evacuate non-ambulatory patients.
Provides true one-person operation.
Reduction in spinal load.
Cut risk of injury to caregivers.
Stryker Power-PRO is a hydraulically powered ambulance cot with industry-leading ergonomics. Foot end controls activate powered lifting and lower function for capacities up to 700 lbs. Operator safety and patient comfort are significantly improved.
Power-PRO XT powered ambulance cot dramatically reduces strenuous lifting and the associated risk of back injury.
SMRT — Stryker Managed Recharging Technology
Stryker Speed-Sheet is a unique approach to patient transfer.
Stair-PRO is scientifically proven to reduce the risk of operator injury. The operator position, adjustability of handles, angle of the track and the built-in descent control made Stair-PRO the safest chair in its product category.
Proven to reduce risk of injury.
The Ambulance Leadership Forum and a Yorkshire Ambulance... More >
- Video: Demanding Safety
- Arming Leadership for Safety Change
- Video: Factors of Risk
- Video: Integrated EMS
- Rural Example of Community Medicine
EMS Airway Clinic