The military is working with a reputable start-up company in California to have medical supplies dropped from the air by a specialized drone.
When should the paramedic crew decide to stay or leave for the hospital when a newborn is in danger?
Should a college degree be a requirement for EMS providers? Bryan Bledsoe, DO, FACEP, FAEMS, answers that question.
"When your service is so understaffed, they'll try to recruit from anywhere." A new, exclusive EMScapades from Ben Clincy.
For over 40 years as a physician, researcher, author and EMS medical director, Mickey Eisenberg has led the charge for increasing sudden cardiac arrest survival rates and is one reason for the success that Seattle and King County, Washington, have demonstrated in saving people’s lives.
Arm injuries in EMS are commonplace, yet often get overlooked.
"When you arrive at shift change to find the previous shift is on a late call..." A new, exclusive EMScapades from Ben Clincy.
For many, the first step into the world of EMS takes place by seeking and taking an EMT course. The author examines the results of a poll of one set of individuals and their motivations for taking EMS courses and suggests possible further studies and implications.
In this month's ECG consult video, we encounter a 55-year-old firefighter complaining of acute chest pain after unloading a fire hose.
Lack of good judgement doesn't always happen on a holiday. An exclusive EMScapades comic published by JEMS, July 15, 2019.