Learn how one Minnesota-based hospital is using its community paramedics to battle the coronavirus.
The authors suggest a need for further consideration of alternatives to injectable opiates for the control of pain in the prehospital field.
EMS providers need to engage in post-pandemic recovery conversations to ensure field-level EMS has a seat at the table, writes ML Marietta.
Magen David Adom in Israel details how it limited the risk of its emergency dispatchers at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
The authors focus on the need for speed in penetrating trauma patients. They also challenge longstanding views that current EMS trauma treatments are of benefit to the patient.
The goal of this commentary is to make EMS providers aware of what the "Swiss cheese" phenomenon is, how to spot it and some tips on how to prevent errors.
Prehospital providers, regardless of the situation, do not excel in hand hygiene, studies have shown.
This article is designed to evaluate CDC and WHO guidelines regarding the use of surgical masks in place of N95 masks with COVID-positive patients.
When the new hire asks a ton of questions, but doesn't get that no one else here has pandemic experience either.
The mission of the International Prehospital Medicine Institute is to provide the most up-to-date education at an affordable cost to those who provide medical care in the prehospital setting.