DuPont announced a July 16 webinar to help educate firefighters and emergency responders on how to best respond to the protection needs of both COVID-19 and flame-resistant (FR) personal protective equipment (PPE) hazard requirements.
Remote view capability on the X Series allows a clinician to view the X Series screen remotely while a patient is being monitored.
Given the prehospital paramedic is already familiar with epinephrine, and it is ubiquitous in the drug boxes of all EMS agencies, utilizing epinephrine as a push dose vasopressor is cost effective and logistically advantageous.
Personal protective gear is running low again as the virus resumes its rapid spread and the number of hospitalized patients climbs.
In areas where COVID-19 is spreading, health experts agree that wearing masks or other face coverings in public helps reduce the risk of spreading the virus when people can’t socially distance by staying 6 feet apart.
The department is now using blue light technology to protect patients and crew members from COVID-19.
This is a case series including a sample of six convenience cases around the use of the RingRescue™ compression device to remove a stuck ring in the emergency department or similar setting.
Robert S. Clawson, MD, recalls the contribution of William B. Kouwenhoven and his truly life-saving procedure made for emergency medical care.
U.S. officials are invoking a rarely used provision of American law that would shield companies from antitrust regulations to help prevent the country from again running out of medical supplies in a pandemic.
The Binder Lift helped a crew easily lift the patient without undue movement, while also keeping the number of providers having direct patient contact to a minimum.