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  1. ER Study Suggests More Need for Follow-Up Care - Journal of Emergency Medical Services

    Online Articles

    Mon, 15 Jun 2015

    traveling, or for some other reason. Patients with skin infections were most likely to return, followed by those with abdominal pain . State rates varied a bit, with 6.2 percent of Arizona patients returning within three days compared with 9

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

    Magazine Articles

    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

  1. A First Responder's Guide to Ebola

    Magazine Articles

    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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 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

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