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Are C-Spine Precautions for Everyone?

Could being selective about who EMS puts in C-spine precautions and on backboards save some patients, and provider backs?

Posted Friday, October 23, 2009

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Are C-Spine Precautions for Everyone?

Could being selective about who EMS puts in C-spine precautions and on backboards save some patients, and provider backs?

Posted Friday, October 23, 2009

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Always Open: Study finds no adverse effects from stopping ambulance diversion

Halting ambulance diversion doesn_t impact patient care; video game products make EMS training more fun; legal experts tackle wage averaging; and we explore alternatives to N95s.

Posted Tuesday, October 6, 2009

AAMS Applauds Dr. Rosekind Nomination to NTSB

"Over the course of his career, he has made many valuable contributions to counter pilot fatigue in aviation, and we look forward to hearing his shared insights during his AMTC keynote address."

Posted Monday, October 5, 2009

Study Confirms Poor, Uninsured not to blame for ER Crowding

Our study confirms that the poor and the uninsured are not the main contributing factors to emergency department crowding in recent years, said Dr. Xu.

Posted Friday, October 2, 2009

JAMA Issues Information on Protection against Influenza

The Journal of the American Medical Association has released information pertaining to the protection of health care workers against the spread of influenza.

Posted Friday, October 2, 2009

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CareHouston Provides a New Approach to Frequent 9-1-1 Callers

Houston Fire Department EMS started CareHouston to address the underlying needs of frequent 9-1-1 callers and reduce unnecessary call volume.

Posted Monday, September 28, 2009

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CareHouston Provides a New Approach to Frequent 9-1-1 Callers

Houston Fire Department EMS started CareHouston to address the underlying needs of frequent 9-1-1 callers and reduce unnecessary call volume.

Posted Monday, September 28, 2009

New Blood Tests Detect Heart Attacks Faster, Better

A new generation of blood tests can quickly and reliably show if a person is having a heart attack soon after chest pains start a time when current tests are not definitive, two studies found.

Posted Thursday, September 3, 2009


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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