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  1. A First Responder's Guide to Ebola - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

    that GI symptoms are extremely common and nearly all Ebola patients exhibit some level of GI complaint, including abdominal pain . The viral load of Ebola is initially contained outside of the bloodstream, so that the most reliable lab testing

  2. Which Came First, the Trauma or the STEMI? - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 6 Apr 2015

    transportation and a perceived lack of social support. Elbert always called 9-1-1 for one of two reasons: he had abdominal pain or shortness of breath because he needed a paracentesis, or he had altered mental status associated with liver failure

  1. Montgomery County (Texas) Hospital District's Community Paramedicine Program Sees Early Success - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 6 Apr 2015

    transportation and a perceived lack of social support. Elbert always called 9-1-1 for one of two reasons: he had abdominal pain or shortness of breath because he needed a paracentesis, or he had altered mental status associated with liver failure

  2. Montgomery County (Texas) Hospital District's Community Paramedicine Program Sees Early Success - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 6 Apr 2015

    transportation and a perceived lack of social support. Elbert always called 9-1-1 for one of two reasons: he had abdominal pain or shortness of breath because he needed a paracentesis, or he had altered mental status associated with liver failure

  3. Australia's Royal Flying Doctor Service is the World's Largest Aeromedical Response Service - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 6 Apr 2015

    the patient. Priority 2 is an urgent medical transfer (e.g., a patient experiencing pre-term labor or acute abdominal pain ). Priority 3 patients are often seriously ill, but time isn't a critical factor in their care (e.g., acutely

  4. Australia's Royal Flying Doctor Service is the World's Largest Aeromedical Response Service - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Mon, 6 Apr 2015

    the patient. Priority 2 is an urgent medical transfer (e.g., a patient experiencing pre-term labor or acute abdominal pain ). Priority 3 patients are often seriously ill, but time isn't a critical factor in their care (e.g., acutely

  5. Five Common Causes of Sudden Unexpected Death Every EMS Provider Should Know - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

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    Wed, 21 Jan 2015

    chief complaint of back, flank or abdominal pain , it’s essential aortic aneurysm always ..... with chest pain, flank pain, abdominal pain or sudden collapse. This is particularly ..... presenting with severe back, flank or abdominal pain . Reducing hypertension and tachycardia while expediting transfer

  6. Educate EMS Providers the Same Way We Train Physicians - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

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    Sat, 7 Mar 2015

    A female patient in her 20s presented with lower abdominal pain , was evaluated by an EMT and a resident, and transported ..... protocol for evaluation and management of patients with abdominal pain . I explained there’s no protocol for doctors

  7. Educate EMS Providers the Same Way We Train Physicians - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Magazine Articles

    Sat, 7 Mar 2015

    A female patient in her 20s presented with lower abdominal pain , was evaluated by an EMT and a resident, and transported ..... protocol for evaluation and management of patients with abdominal pain . I explained there’s no protocol for doctors

  8. Ebola Response: A Continuing Process of Updates - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

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    Mon, 1 Dec 2014

    indicate Ebola (fever, headache, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain or unexplained bleeding) should lead to a screening ..... headache, weakness, muscle pain, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain or bleeding. What the CDC document provides is a

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